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Subspeciation in Pocket Gophers of Kansas, [KU. Vol. 1 No. 11]
written by "Hall, E. Raymond (Eugene Raymond), 1902-1986"
...S BURSARIUS If Geomys lutescens major Davis is correctly judged to intergrade with Geomys bursarius majusculus Swenk, the name for the full species will be Geomys bursarius because bursarius is the oldest name among those available. Some new combinations of names are required. According to our present understanding, the eleven kinds of pocket gophers named below are properly to be arranged as subspecies of the species Geomys bursarius: Geomys bursarius bursarius (Shaw). Type from unknown locality in Upper Mississippi Valley. Geomys bursarius majusculus Swenk. Type from Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska. Geomys bursarius hylaeus Blossom. Type from 10 mi. S Chadron, Dawes County, Nebraska. Geomys bursarius levisagittalis Swenk. Type from Spencer, Boyd County, Nebraska. Geomys bursarius vinaceus Swenk. Type from Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska. Geomys bursarius lutescens Merriam. Type from Sandhills on Birdwood Creek, Lincoln County, Nebraska. Geomys bursarius illinoensis Komarek and Spencer. Type from 1 mi. S Momence, Kankakee County, Illinois. Geomys bursarius jugossicularis Hooper. Type from Lamar, Prowers County, Colorado. Geomys bursarius industrius new subspecies. Type from 1-1/2 mi. N Fowler, Meade County, Kansas. Geomys bursarius major Davis. Type from 8 mi. W Clarendon, Donley County, Texas. Geomys bursarius llanensis Bailey. Type from Llano, Llano County, Texas.[235] LITERATURE CITED Allen, J. A. 1874. Notes on the mammals of portions of Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming and Utah. Part I. On the mammals of middle and western Kansas. Bull. Essex Inst., 6 (no. 2):43-52. February, 1874. 1895. List of mammals collected in the Black Hills region of South Dakota and in western Kansas by Mr. Walter W. Granger with field notes by the collector. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist., 7:259-274. August 21, 1895. Allen, P. 1940. Kansas mammals. Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Bull. Inf. ...

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