Latest the Journal of Mammalogy Stories
The new issue of the Journal of Mammalogy features an article examining the Myotis genus, a large and diverse group of bats.
The Journal of Mammalogy reports on a new species of sengi, or elephant-shrew, that has been found in Namibia.
The Journal of Mammalogy reports on a new genus and species of Sigmodontinae, one of the most diverse groups of mammals on the planet, which was recently discovered inhabiting Minas Gerais, Brazil.
An article in the current issue of the Journal of Mammalogy reports on the discovery of a new species of tapir in the Amazon rain forest.
An article featured in the Journal of Mammalogy reports on a new species of the marsupial, Caenolestes sangay, which was discovered in the Sangay National Park. Lawrence,
An article in the current issue of the Journal of Mammalogy provides insights into the reasons female prairie dogs copulate with several males, also known as polyandry.
The Journal of Mammalogy presents a study of the Aplodontiidae family, which contains one extant genus and only one species—the mountain beaver, Aplodontia rufa.
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