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(Angelo State University, 2016)Annual newsletter highlighting the activities of the Angelo State Natural History Collections at Angelo State University
(Angelo State University, 2015)Annual newsletter highlighting the activities of the Angelo State Natural History Collections at Angelo State University
POPULATION ANALYSIS OF CHRYSINA WOODII (COLEOPTERA: SCARABAEIDAE) IN THE DAVIS MOUNTAINS OF WEST TEXAS This study examined the seasonal dynamics of a population of Wood’s jewel scarab inhabiting the primitive equestrian site located in the Davis Mountain State Park of west Texas. Mark and recapture techniques were conducted ...
Genetic structure and differentiation within the eastern spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius): a microsatellite analysis The fluctuating nature of eastern spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius) populations over the past century has prompted concern over their conservation status, especially since this species is encountered infrequently and is ...
Assessment of a Proposed Method of Trypanosoma cruzi Detection in Frozen Mammalian Tissues from Natural History Collections in Texas This study examined a proposed method of detecting the presence of Trypanosoma cruzi in tissue samples of mammalian museum specimens proposed by Pinto et al. (2010). Pinto et al (2010) detected the presence of T. cruzi ...