Mammalian  diversification:
from population genetics to biogeography
Berkeley, CA, USA - June 22-24, 2001
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Analysis of the subspecies of the spiny pocket mouse (Chaetodipus spinatus), from Baja California Sur, Mexico S. T. Alvarez-Castañeda & J. L. Patton
Effects of Climatic and Tectonic Perturbations on Mammalian Communities A. D. Barnosky & M. A. Carrasco
Phylogeography and systematic notes on two species of gracile mouse opossums, genus Gracilinanus (Marsupialia, Didelphidae) L. P. Costa, Y. Leite & J. L. Patton
Phylogenetic position of the sigmodontine genus Bibimys with additional comments on "Scapteromyini" G. D'Elía, U. Pardiñas & P. Myers
Phylogeography of Neotropical bats, perspectives from molecules and morphology A. D. Ditchfield
Skull Morphological Analysis in 22 Species of Ctenomys - A Preliminary View T. R. O. de Freitas
Craniometrical differentiation of Akodon cursor and A. montensis (Sigmodontinae, Akodontini) L. Geise, S. E. M. Torres & R. Cerqueira
Ecological genetics of coat-color in mice: changes in allele frequency across a habitat gradient H. Hoekstra
Molecular and morphological variation in the dusky-footed woodrat, Neotoma fuscipes M. Matocq
The vanished pampa: loss of micromammal diversity during the last 500 years U. Pardiñas
Distributional patterns of some species of Oryzomys (Sigmodontinae, Oryzomyini) from East Brazil L. G. Pereira, H. S. da Silva, P. S. Pinheiro, S. E. M. Torres, C. E. V. Grelle, L. Geise & R. Cerqueira
Home range and pattern of spatial distribution in Proechimys yonenagae (Rodentia: Echimyidae) as an evidence of evolutionary decrease in territoriality due to habitat shift J. W. Santos
Cytogenetics and molecular systematics of Neotropical Oryzomini Rodents (Muridae: Sigmodontinae) from Brazil M. J. de J. Silva, J. L. Patton & Y. Yassuda
Phylogeography of Thomomys mazama E. Steinberg
Comparative anatomy of the basicranium in the genus Monodelphis (Marsupialia: Didelphidae) V. Vidigal
Genetic analysis of population structure and history in the Rio Negro tuco-tuco (Ctenomys rionegrensis) G. Wlasiuk, J. C. Garza & E. Lessa

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