A Taxonomic review of American long-tailed shrews

(genera Sorex and Microsorex) by Hartley H. T. Jackson

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    StatementBy Hartley H. T. Jackson
    SeriesNorth American fauna -- no. 51, North American fauna -- no. 51
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 238 p.
    Number of Pages238
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A database of the world's recently extinct species of plants, animals and fungi, starting from , years ago. Jackson, H. H. T., A taxonomic review of the American long-tailed shrews (genera Sorex and Microsorex Van Zyll De Jong, C. G., Relationships of amphiberingian shrews of the Sorex cinereus group. Canadian Journal of Zoology The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals. Smithsonian Institution Press Classe: Mammalia. The smallest is the American Pygmy shrew, which grows to the size of a thumbnail. Most have also been found to use echolocation like bats and toothed whales and even though it is considered a mammal, three particular species have been found to be venomous, all of which are found in North America. Shrews are often mistaken as moles and mice. Long-tailed shrew definition is - an American shrew of the genus Sorex.

Long-Tailed Shrew, Rock Shrew. List of Different Shrews Long-Tailed Shrew Information Return to Shrew Information page.. The Long-tailed shrew is a medium sized shrew with slat gray fur with blackish has light gray under parts and white feet. The tips of its teeth are a dark chestnut color. Shrew (Long-tailed Shrew) or Rock Shrew. Sorex dispar. They are territorial and will attack other shrews that they come across. Diet. They eat insects, spiders, centipedes and some plant matter. Predators. They are killed by hawks, owls, weasels and snakes. Reproduction. Females have several litters from April to August, each having up to 7. Long-tailed or Rock Shrew (Sorex dispar Batchelder) From: Saunders, D. A. Adirondack Mammals. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry. pp. Order: Insectivora Family: Soricidae This slender-bodied, slate gray insectivore named for its long tail or habitat, depending on which common name one chooses, holds center stage among some small mammal specialists. Taschenbuch. Neuware - Essays from the North American Review is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hans Elektronisches Buch is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres. As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature.

  To determine the taxonomic status of the name, I searched relevant synonymies in a number of taxonomic reviews and compendia, focusing on North American Soricidae (shrews) and Dipodidae (jumping mice; Bachman , Baird , Coues , Merriam a, b; Miller , Preble , Krutzsch , Hall , Holden & Musser , Hutterer ).Cited by: 4. Horáček, I., ák, and J. Gaisler. Bats of the Palearctic region: a taxonomic and biogeographic review. Pages In B.W. Woloszyn (eds.) Proceedings of the VIIIth European Bat Research Symposium. Vol I. Approaches to Biogeography and Ecology of Bats. Krakow, Poland: Chiropterological Information Center, Institute of Systematics. Review of specimens of long-tailed shrews (Mammalia,Soricidae, Sorex) from the northwestern United States in the NationalMuseum of Natural History (USNM), Download Article.

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Full text of "A taxonomic review of American long-tailed shrews (genera Sorex and Microsorex). Although the colour of the pelage may be variable, it is generally black or grey-black dorsally and a silvery-grey ventrally, but appears more black in the winter and becomes more brown in the summer.

Water shrews, as a member of the long tailed shrews, can have tails varying from 57 to 89 mm in length (Wilson and Ruff, ).

Water shrews are relatively large shrews with males tending to be longer and heavier than females. The total length of a water shrew can range between and mm, and the weight ranges from 8 to 18 grams. Jackson, H. A taxonomic review of the American long tailed shrews. Amer. Fauna, Nagorsen, D.

Opossums. Shrews are very small, secretive, mouse-like mammals that inhabit moist, shady woodland areas. Generally, they have long, flexible, pointed snouts and very small eyes and ears. Their fur is soft and dense, and most species have prominent scent glands. All shrews belong to the Family Soricidae (subfamilies Soricinae, Crocidurinae, Myosoricinae) and Order Eulipotyphia, which also includes.

Distribution of Some Nebraskan Mammals. Distribution of Some Nebraskan Mammals. Knox Jones. 0 (0 Reviews) JACKSON, H. A taxonomic review of the American long-tailed shrews.

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It is found from the grasslands of southern Canada through the eastern and central United States and Mexico. In Canada, only a small population of this animal has been found at Long Point in Ontario.

The North American least shrew mostly dwells in mesic grasslands, marshes, and meadows. Most shrews prefer these wet habitats, but the least shrew will also inhabit dry upland : Mammalia.

The shrew (family Soricidae) is a small mole-like mammal classified in the order shrews are not to be confused with treeshrews, otter shrews, elephant shrews, or the West Indies shrews, which belong to different families or orders.

Although its external appearance is generally that of a long-nosed mouse, a shrew is not a rodent, as mice : Mammalia. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties.

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A Taxonomic review of American long-tailed shrews (genera Sorex and Microsorex) Elliott, Roosevelt, Theodore, Shrews Smithsonian Institution. Small mammal commnities in the. In his A taxonomic review of the American Long-tailed Shrews in h e concluded that the Yaquina shrew was only a subspecies of Sorex pacificus.

He also described another large species of shrew that had been collected from the bank of the Gualala River in Sonoma County, California, which he named Sorex sonomae. Hartley H. Jackson is the author of Mammals of Wisconsin ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), A Taxonomic review of American long- /5.

The long-tailed shrew has a hind foot length of 5mm, and can have a total body weight of to g. The tail is furry with hair that is faintly bicolored. In older long-tailed shrews, a loss of hair from the tail may be exhibited.

The long-tailed shrew has a long, slender Family: Soricidae. An annotated key to the long-tailed shrews (genus Sorex) of the United States and Canada, with notes on the Middle American Sorex.

Occas. Pap. Univ. Kansas Mus. Nat. Hist. Junge, J.A. and R.S. Hoffmann. An annotated key to the long-tailed shrews (Genus SOREX) of the United States and Canada, with notes on middle American SOREX. Univ. Long‐tailed Shrew Sorex dispar Federal Listing N/A State Listing SGCN Global Rank G4 State Rank S4 Regional Status Very High Justification (Reason for Concern in NH) The population status of long‐tailed shrews is largely unknown, but they are thought to be rare (Degraaf and Yamasaki ).File Size: KB.

A taxonomic review of the American long-tailed shrews (genera Sorex and Microsorex). North American Fauna Jackson, H.H. A taxonomic review of the North Americanlong tailed shrews (genera Sorex and Microsorex). Amer. Fauna. Jackson, H.H.T.

A taxonomic review of the American long-tailed shrews (genera Sorex and. The long-tailed shrew is dark gray with slightly paler under parts.

These shrews are often confused with the smoky shrew, but the smoky shrew has a wider body and a shorter, bicolored tail. Feeding. Due to their small size and active lifestyles, long-tailed shrews need to eat almost constantly. They often consume twice their body weight in a day.

Molecular phylogeny of long-tailed shrews (genus Sorex) from México and Guatemala Article (PDF Available) in Zootaxa () September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Long-tailed shrews are dark gray with slightly paler underparts in summer. and an overall slate gray in winter. Total length, to inches: tail.

2 to inches: weight. to ounces. Foods include small invertebrates and plant materials. Long-tailed shrew Sorex dispar ITIS Species Code: (Webster ). Trapping results reported by Richmond and Grimm () suggest that long-tailed shrews spend most of their time in the labyrinth of spaces between rocks about a foot beneath the surface.

A taxonomic review of the American long-tailed shrews (genera SOREX and. The mammalian taxonomic order Eulipotyphla comprises the living families Erinaceidae (gymnures, hedgehogs, and moonrats), Solenodontidae (solenodons), Soricidae (shrews), and. Choeroniscus Thomas, Taxonomic Serial No.: (Download Help) Latest Record Review: Taxonomic Hierarchy Kingdom: Animalia – Animal, animaux, animals ) – lesser long-tailed bat, Lesser Long-tongued Bat: Species: Choeroniscus Biological classification: Genus.

California Wildlife Habitat Relationships System The Smithsonian book of North American mammals. Smithsonian Institute Press, Washington and London. Jackson, H. A taxonomic review of the American long-tailed shrews (genera Sorex.

from long-tailed shrew (tail length mm) and smoky shrew (tail length mm). Shrews are covered with short fur, varying in color from gray in long-tailed shrew to gray-brown in smoky shrew to cinnamon brown in least shrew.

The tail of smoky shrew is paler and more yellowish beneath, but this difference may be subtle in some individuals. Habitat Description: The pygmy shrew has the distinction of being the smallest mammal to presently inhabit North America (Allen ). Its distribution in the southern and mid-Appalachian mountain regions is not well defined.

However, the few state records of occurrence for S. hoyi place its populations primarily at mid and upper. Northern Short-tailed Shrew (Blarina brevicauda) Description & Range: Short-tailed shrews aren’t much to look at.

They have beady eyes, pointed noses and a dark grayish body with a stumpy tail. They are the largest shrews in North America, clocking in at a whopping to inches in length. In addition to his Wisconsin mammal book, Dr.

Jackson authored two issues of North American Fauna--num"A review of the American Moles," and num"A taxonomic review of the American Long-tailed Shrews." In the same letter of 7 February to. A collection of North American Mammals and their Scientific Names courtesy of The National Audubon Society Field Guide to Mammals of North America, (I).Hartley Harrad Thompson Jackson (* 19 MayMilton, Wisconsin – † 20 SeptemberDurham, North Carolina), U.S.

mammalogist. Biological Survey, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (–).those of Anthony's "Field book of North American mammals" PROCEEDINGS OF THE FLORIDA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES FAMILY SORICIDAE—SHREWS Genus Sorex Linn.—Long-tailed Shrews H.

H. T. Jackson, A taxonomic review of the American long-tailed shrews N. Amer. Fauna #51, U. S. Dept. Agric., Bureau Biol. Surv.