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TABLE II.

LIST OF GENERA OF TERRESTRIAL MA Mil A LI A AND BIRDS
INHABITING THE NEARCTIC REGION.

Explanation.

Names in italics show genera peculiar to the region.

Names enclosed thus (...) indicate genera which barely enter the region, and are not

considered properly to belong to it. Genera properly belonging to the region are numbered consecutively.

MAMMALIA.

Order, Family, and
Genus.

CfflROPTERA
Phyllostomida.

1. Macrotus

VESPERTILIONID.S.

2. Scotophilia ...

3. Vespertilio

4. Nycticejus *

5. Lasiurus

8. Synotus

7. Autrozous

NOCTILIONIDA.

8. Nyctinomus ...

INSECTIVORA
Talpid*.

9. Condylura

10. Seapanus

11. Sealops

12. Urotriclius

SoBicms.

13. Sorex

14. Neosorex

15. Blarina

CARNIVORA.

Felid-e.

1«. Felis

17. Lynx

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Range within the Region.

All N. America

N. America to Arctic Ocean and Greenland

Pennsylvania to Paget's Sound
All N. America

Rocky Mountains and Canada
United States and Canada
Pacific coast
Arkansas to 58° N. Lat.
United States and Canada

Texas to Canada, California California and Texas

N. America and Greenland

Behring's Straits

S. California to N. Pacific

California to Behring's Straits

Arctic Ocean to 66" N. Lat. in N. America

Greenland

N. Atlantic and N. Pacific

N. Atlantic and N. Pacific

N. W. coast of America

Northern Coast

Greenland

California

Greenland

Texas to Red River, Arkansas

N. E. United States k Canada Maine to Arctic Ocean & Grecnl. N. America to 57° N. Lat

Order, Family, and
Genus.

Canida

18. Lupus ... .

19. Vulpes ...

MU8TELID.fi.

20. Martes ... .

21. Mustela ... .

22. Gulo

23. Latax ... .

24. Enhydris... .

25. Taxidea ... ,

26. Mephitis ... .

PROCYONIDfi.

27. Procyon ... .

28. Bassaris ... .

Unsin.fi.

29. Ursus ... .

Otariidjl

30. Callorhinus

31. Zalophus... Eumetopita

TRICHECHID.fi.

•'12. Trichechus

PHOCIDfi.

33. Callocephalus

34. Pagomys ...

35. Pagophilus

36. Halicyon ...

37. Phoca ... .

38. Halichcerus

39. Morunga...

40. Cystopnora

UNGULATA.

SUIDfi.

41. Dicotyles... .

CERVIDfi.

42. Alces

43. Rangifer ...

44. Cervus

BoviD.fi.

45. Bison

46. Anlilocaiva

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Between Missouri & Rocky Mtns. E. Europe
Central plains from Rio Grande
to British Columbia

Range beyond the Region.

Pakearctic, Oriental, Pakearo , Ethiop., Orient.

Palcearctic, Oriental
Peru, Pal^arctic, Ethio-
pian, Oriental •
N. Palsarctic

W. coast of S. America

Neotropical

Neotropical
Guatemala and Mexico

Paltearctic, Oriental

Kamschatka Japan

Palcearctic

Polamrctic

Japan

Paltearctic

Palffiarctic

Pahtarctic

S. temperate shores

N. Atlantic

Neotropical

N. Palaearctic

Arctic zone

Neotr., Palseorc., Orien.

Order, Family, and Genua.

47. Aplocerus.

48. Capra

49. Ovibos

RODENTIA.
Muru>.«.

50. Reithrodon

51. He8peromys

52. ATeotoma ...

53. Sigmodon...

54. Arvicola ...

55. Myodea ...

56. Fiber

DIPOD1D.E.

57. Jaculus ...

Saccomyid.*.

58. Dipodomys

59. Perognathus

60. Thomomya

61. Geomys ...

62. Saccomys...

CASrORIRS.

63. Castor

Sciurid^e

64. Soiurus ...

65. Sciuroptcrus

66. Tamias ...

67. Spermophilus

68. Cynomys ...

69. Arctomys

Haploodontidjs.

70. Haploodon

Cercolabida

71. ErdMzon... .

La'oomtid*.

72. Lagomys ...

Leporida.

73. Lepus ... .,

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Range within the Region.

Northern Rocky Mountains
Upper Missouri and Rocky

Mountains northwards
Arctic America and Greenland

N. America to Lat. 39° N.

Temperate N. America

Temperate N. America

S. and S. E. States

Texas and California to Hudson's

Bay N. United States to Arctic Reg.

and Greenland All N. America

Pennsylvania to Canada and California

New Mexico to Columbia River

and Carolina New Mexico to British Columbia Upper Missouri to Hudson's Bay New Mexico to Alabama and Nebraska N. America

N. Mexico to Labrador

N. America to Labrador California & E. States northwds Mexico and Virginia to Canada N, W., & Central N. America Rio Grande to Missouri (Central) Virginia and Nebraska, northws.

California and British Columbia

Pennsylvania to Canada, &. Pacific coast

Rocky Mountains, 42° to 60° N. Lat.

All N. America to Greenland

Range beyond the Region.

Paliearctic

Neotropical Neotropical

Paliearctic
N. Paliearctic
Mexico

Palsearctic

All regs. but Australian Palsearctic, Oriental Mexico, N. Asia Palsearctic

N. Palsearctic

Palsearctic

All regs. but Australian

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PASSERES.

Turdidje.

1. Turdus

2. Mimus

3. Guleoscoptes ...

4. Orcoscoptes

5. Ifarporhynchus

Sylviid*.

6. Myfadestes

7. Sialia

8. Regulus

9. Polioptila

Cinclid*.

10. Cinclus ... ...

Troglodytid*.

11. Troglodytes

12. Thryophilus

13. Thryothorus

14. Cistothorus (Campylor- )

hynchus j

15. Salpinctes

16. Cathrrpts...

Ciiam.eid.ie.

17. Chamaa ...

Cr.r.innii.E.

18. Certhia ...

SlTTID.fi.

19. Sitta

1'Ainni:.

20. Parus

21. Lophophanes

22. Psallrijxirus

23. Auriparus

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