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TABLE II.
LIST OF GENERA OF TERRESTRIAL MAMMALIA 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.

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VESPERTILIONIDÆ.
2. Scotophilus
3. Vespertilio
4. Nycticejus

5 Universal, to Hudson's Bay Neotr., Orient., Austral.
6 Universal, to Hudson's Bay Cosmopolite)
1 South and East

India, Tropical Africa,

temperate S. America 3 Temp. N. Amer. to Nova Scotia Tropical America 2 S. E. and Central States 1 W. Coast

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1 Cal. and S. Central Sub-region Neotropical, Oriental, s.

Palæarctic

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Order, Family, and

Genus.

No. of
Species.

Range within the Region.

Range beyond the Region.

CANIDÆ. 18. Lupus 19. Vulpes

6 All N. America

Palæarctic, Oriental 6 N. America to Arctic Ocean and Palæarc., Ethiop., Orient.

Greenland

MUSTELID.E. 20. Martes 21. Mustela

2 Pennsylvania to Paget's Sound
11 All N. America

Palæarctic, Oriental
Peru, Palæarctic, Ethio-
pian, Oriental
N. Palæarctic

22. Gulo...
23. Latax
24. Enhydris
25. Taxidea
26. Mephitis

1 Rocky Mountains and Canada
2 United States and Canada

Pacific coast
2 Arkansas to 58° N. Lat.
6 United States and Canada

W. coast of S, America

Neotropical

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CERVIDÆ. 42. Alces 43. Rangifer 44. Cervus

1 N. E. United States & Canada N. Palæarctic
2 Maine to Arctic Ocean & Greenl. | Arctic zone
6 N. America to 57° N. Lat. Neotr., Palæarc., Orien.

BoviDÆ. 45. Bison 46. Antilocapra

1 Between Missouri & Rocky Mons. E. Europe
1 Central plains from Rio Grande

to British Columbia

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4

18 N. America to Labrador

All regs. but Australian 4 California & E. States northwds. Palæarctic, Oriental

Mexico and Virginia to Canada Mexico, N. Asia
15 N., W., & Central N. America Palæarctic
2 Rio Grande to Missouri (Central)
4 Virginia and Nebraska, northws. N. Palearctic

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All regs. but Australian

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PASSERES.
TURDIDA.
1. Turdus
2. Minus
3. Galeoscoptes
4. Oreoscoptes
5. Harporhynchus

9 The whole region

Almost cosmopolite
2 All U. States and to Canada Neotropical
1 E. of N. America

To Panama
California and Rocky Mountains Mexico
7 N. America, chiefly the west

Mexico

SYLVIIDE.
6. Myiadestes

7. Sialin
8. Regulus
9. Polioptila...

1 W. of Rocky Mountains and to Neotropical

Canada 3 | All United States and to Canada Mexico and Guatemala 3 All United States & to Labrador Palæarc., Cent. America 3 Central and Southern U. States Neotropical

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