Zapus princeps

@inproceedings{BlakeHart2004ZapusP,
  title={Zapus princeps},
  author={E. Blake Hart and Mark C. Belk and Eralee Jordan and Malinda W. Gonzalez},
  year={2004}
}
Z. p. chrysogenys Lee and Durrant, 1960:171. Type locality ‘‘2 mi. NE La Sal Peak, La Sal Mountains, 8500 ft., Grand Co., Utah.’’ Z. p. cinereus Hall, 1931:7. Type locality ‘‘Pine Canyon, 6600 ft., Raft River Mountains, 17 mi. NW Kelton, Boxelder Co., Utah.’’ Z. p. curtatus Hall, 1931:7. Type locality ‘‘Head of Big Creek, 8000 ft., Pine Forest Mountains, Humboldt Co., Nevada.’’ Z. p. idahoensis Davis, 1931:221. Type locality ‘‘5 mi. E Warm Lake, 7000 ft., Valley County, Idaho.’’ Z. p… 
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Home Range of the Western Jumping Mouse Zapus-Princeps in the Colorado Rocky Mountains USA
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Western jumping mice, Zapiis princeps, were live-trapped during the summer of 1975 in an aspen forest in the Front Range of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, and it was discovered that males had larger home ranges than females.
Early Pleistocene zapodid rodents from the Java Local Fauna of north-central South Dakota
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Zapodid rodents are described from the early Pleistocene Java Local Fauna, Walworth County, South Dakota, including a new species of Zapus related to the extinct Z. sandersi and two additional zapodids represent new genera and species.
A Study Of The Idaho Jumping Mice Of The Genus Zapus, With Remarks On A Few Specimens From British Columbia
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Recent examination of specimens indicates that five geographic races of this animal occur within the state, and reference to the accompanying map shows the species to be wide-ranging throughout the mountainous regions to the north and east of the Snake Plains.
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Four species of Zapus from four states for Coccidia were examined and two eimerians were found, Eimeria zapi Gerard, Chobotar, and Ernst, 1977, and a form which is described here as new, which is only the second eimerian reported from Zapus spp.
Population Dynamics of the Western Jumping Mouse (Zapus Princeps) During a Four-Year Study
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A live-trapping study of the western jumping mouse was conducted in a willow-sedge bog adjacent to a montane stream in the Laramie Mountain Range of southeastern Wyoming from August 1965 through June 1969, where some jumping mice exhibited remarkable longevity for small rodents, surviving as long as 4 years.
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From the deposit of an exposure in Meade county, Kansas, a number of vertebrates not previously reported from the Pleistocene fauna of Kansas are reported.
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The distribution of six species of native mice with regard to plant communities, vegetative ground cover, and proximity of water was studied in the Medicine Bow Range of Southern Wyoming. The eight
Dental Evolution of Zapus
Lower dentitions of fossil Zapus from the Upper Pliocene and Pleistocene of Kansas and Oklahoma were studied, using characters reliable in separating Recent species. Of the two species present in the
Ecological strategies of a small hibernator, the western jumping mouse Zapus princeps
The seasonal emergence, reproduction, diet, fat deposition, and immergence of six wild populations of Zapus princeps from elevations of 1860–2900 m were studied by trap–recapture methods and
Biogeography of great basin mammals: Paradigm lost?
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Biogeographic relationships of mammals occurring on mountaintops of the Great Basin of western North America are re-examined on the basis of newly acquired information, and a relatively weak pattern is revealed between species richness and island size.
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