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|Statement||by Craig C. Black.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University,, v. 130, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .H3 vol. 130, no. 3|
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|Pagination||p. -248, 22 leaves of plates :|
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Korth See also BarnoskyBlackShotwell and Wilson and Reeder Evolution within the Sciuridae and exchange between the Nearctic and Palearctic will be considered for the most part at the generic level. This is done for two reasons: fossil and living genera are more nearly equivalent taxonomic categories; and, too little is known about mid- and late-Pleistocene species of squirrels in Eurasia to allow for Cited by: Full reference: C.
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Annals of the Carnegie Museum – Black, C. The Oligocene rodentCited by: 8. InJoseph Curtis Moore published a review of the interrelationships of the squirrels. His definition of Sciurini was similar to Simpson's, but he no longer considered Rheithrosciurus to Class: Mammalia.
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