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A new phyllotine rodent (genus Graomys) from Paraguay

@inproceedings{Myers1977ANP,
  title={A new phyllotine rodent (genus Graomys) from Paraguay},
  author={Philip Myers},
  year={1977}
}

A New Genus of Sigmodontinae (Mammalia, Rodentia, Cricetidae) from the Pliocene of Central Argentina

TLDR
Chukimys is the first fossil genus of sigmodontine described from central Argentina and probably represents a new member of the currently monotypic tribe Reithrodontini, the largest subfamily of Neotropical mammals.

The oldest sigmodontine rodent revisited and the age of the first South American cricetids

Abstract. New fossil material of Auliscomys formosus Reig 1978 allows restudy of the oldest known South American representative of the subfamily Sigmodontinae. Description of Auliscomys formosus was

Primer registro del género Andalgalomys (Rodentia, Cricetidae, Sigmodontinae) para la provincia de Santiago del Estero, Argentina

Fil: D'hiriart, Sofia. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas; Argentina. Universidad Nacional de Chilecito; Argentina. Universidad Nacional de Tucuman. Instituto de Ecologia

Notes on the distribution of the genus Andalgalomys (Rodentia, Cricetidae), with the first record of A. pearsoni (Myers 1978) from Argentina

TLDR
A new record of Andalgalomys pearsoni is documented in Argentina, based on one individual caught at Cerro Colorado (Metán department, Salta province, Argentina), which enlarges the distribution of this species, to date only known from Bolivia and Paraguay.

HABITAT USE AND NATURAL HISTORY OF SMALL MAMMALS IN THE CENTRAL PARAGUAYAN CHACO

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The results corroborate other studies on habitat use by small mammals in this region, but with some notable exceptions, such as the first documentation of high densities of Calomys musculinus in western Paraguay.

THE EMERGING STATISTICAL PERSPECTIVE IN SYSTEMATICS: A COMMENT ON MARES AND BRAUN

TLDR
It is argued that the statistical approach provides a more objective and powerful basis for evaluating alternative phylogenetic hypotheses and a more stable foundation for nomenclatural decisions.

Systematics, Distribution, and Ecology of the Mammals of Catamarca Province, Argentina

The systematics, distribution, and ecology of the Didelphimorphia, Xenarthra, Chiroptera, Carnivora, Artiodactyla, Rodentia, and Lagomorpha of Catamarca Province, Argentina, are summarized.