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PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF THE NORTHERN YELLOW BAT (LASIURUS INTERMEDIUS) SUBSPECIES IN TEXAS
Northern Yellow Bats (Lasiurus intermedius) exist in the southeastern United States and the southeastern counties of Texas along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and extend into Mexico. The northern yellow bat is made up ...
A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE SEED DISPERSAL OF SCLEROCACTUS BREVIHAMATUS SPP. TOBUSCHII: A TEXAS ENDEMIC CACTUS
A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE SEED DISPERSAL OF SCLEROCACTUS BREVIHAMATUS SPP. TOBUSCHII: AN ENDEMIC CACTUS Author(s): M’Kayla G. Motley and Bonnie B. Amos The Tobusch fishhook cactus (Sclerocactus brevihamatus spp. ...
Response of Great-Tailed Grackle (Quiscalus mexicanus) to indirect auditory evidence of predator presence
Predator detection is a key behavior promoting the survival of individuals. Animals rely on numerous direct sources of information to be aware of nearby predators. These sources include, visual, olfactory, tactile, and ...