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back; middle pair of stripes rusty brown like median; inner pair of
light stripes gray; outer pair paler gray; flanks and outer side of arms
pale buif ; rump and outer side of legs pale grizzled gray; hands and
feet and front of arms pale gray tinged with buify; tail above blackish
washed with buffy gray and margined with white, beneath rusty-
rufous with a black margin edged with white. Ex type in United
States National Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 237; tail, 117; hind foot, 33.
Skull: Occipito-nasal length, 35.4; Hensel, 28.7; zygomatic width,
18.2; intertemporal width, 12; length of nasals, 9.6; length of upper
molar series, 5.2; length of mandible, 16.2; length of lower molar

series, 5. Ex type in United States National Museum.



Eutamias ludibundus Hollister.

Eutamias ludibundus Hollister, Smith. Misc. Coll., LVI, No. 26, 191 1,
p. I.

Type, locality. Yellowhead Lake, British Coltmabia. Altitude,
3700 feet.

Genl. Char. Nearest to E. luteiventris but larger, flanks darker;
yellow on underparts absent.

Color. Top of head, rump and outer side of hind legs grizzled hair-
brown; five black dorsal stripes; two inner light stripes grayish;



^ Employed as a subgenus in the Check-List, p. 85.



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outer pair mixed white and grayish; facial stripes brownish black;
cheeks, shoulders, flanks, and outer side of fore legs, dark cinnamon;
tmderparts whitish, tinged on sides of belly with cinnamon-tawny;
tail above mixed black and dark buff, lateral black band bordered
with olive beneath, central portion russet; hands and feet wood-brown;
ears on outer side blackish, inner side brownish. Ex type in United
States National Museum.

Measurements, Total length, 222; tail, 96; hind foot, 34. Skull:
Occipito-nasal length, 33.4; Hensel, 26.7; zygomatic width, 19.6;
intertemporal width, 7 ; lengthof nasals, 10; length of upper tooth row,
5.2; length of mandible, 17.4; length of lower tooth row, 15. i; Ex
type in United States National Museum.

Eutamias amoenus propinquus Anthony.

Eutamias amosnus propinquus Anthony, Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist.,
XXXII, 1913, p. 6.

Type locality. Ironside, Malheur County, Oregon.

GenL Char. Similar to E, amoenus, but the orange hue in the pelage
generally darker and richer.

Color, Facial stripes dark orange inclining to black; stripe behind
eye almost wholly black; top of head mixed buff and black; sides of
neck, shoulders, flanks and hips ochraceous-orange; five black dorsal
stripes; inner pair of light stripes ochraceous, outer pair buffy white;
rump grayish; underparts and inner side of limbs buffy white; tail
above with two black lateral stripes, central part mixed orange and
black, beneath, ochraceous-orange, tip black, hairs tipped with ochra-
ceous-orange; hands and feet warm buff. Ex type in American
Museimi of Natural History.

Measurements, Total length, 207; tail, 90; hind foot, 32. Skull:
Occipito-nasal length, 32.4; Hensel, 25.3; zygomatic width, i8; inter-
temporal width, 6.9; lengthof nasals, lo; length of upper molar series,
5.4; length of mandible, 13.4; length of lower molar series, 3.8. Ex
type in American Museum of Natural History.

The examples of this form were obtained in August and September,
mostly during the latter month, and all are in fresh pelage. Speci-
mens of E. amosnus in the same pelage are practically indistinguishable,
but as a rule the Ironside examples are darker, a deeper orange. It
would be interesting to know if they assume the gray pelage of amosnus
at any season of the year.

Eutamias nexus (Elliot).

Tamias nexus Elliot, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XVIII, 1905, p. 233.
Type locality. Coyotes, State of Dtirango, Mexico.



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Geogr. Dist. State of Durango, Mexico. Range unknown.

GenL Char. Darker generally than either T, hidleri or T, duranga.
Light dorsal stripes reddish not gray; rump and thighs much darker;
light face-stripes not so pure white; tmderparts mostly plumbeous on
sides and belly, not white, and middle of tail beneath chestnut, not
buff nor ochraceous-buff as in the other forms named.

Color. Top of head iron-gray, black stripe from nose above eye
nearly to ear, and one from nose to eye becoming dark chestnut behind
eye to ear; yellowish white stripe from nose between the black ones
becoming a narrow line above eye and a broader one beneath eye;
broad chestnut stripe from nose across cheeks to beneath ear. Gray-
ish white patches behind ears; back of neck, shoulders, flanks, upper
«ide of arms from wrists and thighs to aiikles dark gray tinged on
shoulders and flanks with yellowish; median black dorsal stripe from
head to root of tail bordered on either side with a rufous and gray
stripe, followed by a blackish chestnut stripe, succeeded by an outer-
most stripe of ochraceous, the outermost of all being dark chestnut.
There are thus five dark stripes and four lighter ones, the middle
pale ones being so tinged with red as to give the dorsal region a chest-
nut hue. Rump rufous; underparts from chin to and including breast
white, remainder plumbeous with a whitish line through center of
abdomen. Tail above black edged with white, beneath chestnut
bordered with black and edged with white, tip black also edged with
white. Hands and feet whitish gray; ears externally black on anterior
half, gray on posterior. Ex type in Field -Museum of Natural History.

Measurements. Total length, 235; tail, 91; hind foot, 27; ear, 21.
Skull: Occipito-nasal length, 38; Hensel, 30; interorbital construc-
tion, 9; zygomatic width, 2 1 ; mastoid breadth, 1 7 ; palatal length, 16;
length of nasals, 12; width of rostrum posteriorly, 7; length of upper
molar series, 6; length of mandible to tip of incisors, 23; length of
lower molar series, 6.

Eutamias pallidus cacodemus Gary.

EtUamias pallidus cacodemus Gary, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XIX,
1906, p. 89.

Type locality. Sheep Mountain, Big Bad Lands, Fall River Gounty,
South Dakota.

Genl. Char. Size somewhat larger than E. pallidus Allen, color
paler.

Color. Forehead gray; facial stripes pale buffy ochraceous; sides
and back of neck and flanks grayish white, slightly tinged with buff;
rump grayish white; median dorsal stripe blackish mixed with ochra-
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pair of light stripes cream-gray, outer pair white; underparts white;
tail beneath, cream color, narrow submarginal band black, hairs on
edge tipped with white, above mixed black and white, the hairs being
white banded with black; hands and feet grayish white. Ex type in
United States National Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 210; tail, loi; hind foot, 34. Skull:
Occipito-nasal length, 32; Hensel, 24.1; zygomatic width, 17.5; inter-
temporal width, 6.8; length of nasals, ii.i; length of upper molar
series, 5.5; length of mandible, 13.5; length of lower molar series* 5.5.
Ex type in United States National Museum.

Eutamias atristriatus Bailey.

Eutamias atristriatus Bailey, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XXVI, 1913,
p. 129.

Type locality, Penasco Creek, 12 miles east of Cloudcroft, Sacra-
mento Mountains, New Mexico. Altitude, 7400 feet.

Genl. Char, Like E. operarius but larger and darker. Skull nar-
rower.

Color. Top of head grizzled brown and gray; two uppermost
facial stripes blackish, lowest dark rufous; stripes between these
whitish; sides of throat buff; shoulders grayish washed with buff;
sides of neck in front of shoulders and flanks orange; rump and thighs
dark brownish gray; arms buffy gray; underparts and inner sides of
limbs buffy white; hands whitish, feet buff; tail above, the hairs
deep buff at base, then black and tipped with white; beneath, ochra-
ceous with black marginal band, the hairs tipped with ochraceous;
ears black anteriorly, white posteriorly. Ex type in United States
National Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 220; tail, 114; hind foot, 32. Skull:
Occipito-nasal length, 33.9; Hensel, 26.1; zygomatic width, 18; inter-
temporal width, 73; length of nasals, 9.1; palatal length, 14. i; length
of upper molar series, 4.7; length of mandible, 24.2; length of lower
molar series, 4.9. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Eutamias cinereicollis cinereus Bailey.

Eutamias cinereicollis cinereus Bailey, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash.,
XXVI, 1913, p. 130.

Type locality. Copper Canon, Magdalena Mountains, New Mexico.

Genl. Char. Paler and grayer than cinereicollis.

Color. Top of head and nose mixed gray; nape, sides of neck and
shoulders gray; face white with three rufous stripes, one bordering top
of head, one from ear through eye to upper lip, and one from beneath
ear to upper lip; three blackish stripes along middle of back, and a



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dark chestnut one on upper edge of flanks; two middle pale stripes
gray, outer pair white; rump and outer side of thighs and limbs gray;
flanks buif ; underparts white, dark tuider fur showing through; tail
above black, tips of hairs white, their bases buff, chestnut on basal
half of hairs, remainder black with white tips, beneath ochraceous
with black marginal band with whitish hairs; hands and feet grayish,
buff tinged; ears dusky in front and white behind. Ex type in United
States National Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 225; tail, 91; hind foot, 33. Skull:
Ocdpito-nasal length, 35.9; Hensel, 28.6; zygomatic width, 19.4;
intertemporal width, 8.1; length of nasals, 9.5; palatal length, 14.6;
length of upper molar series, 5.6; length of mandible, 16.1; length of
lower molar series, 5.5. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Eutamias quadrivittatus animosus Warren.

Eutamias quadrivittatus animosus Warren, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash.,
XXII, 1909, p. 105.

Type locality. Irwin's Ranch, Tp. 29 S., R. 52 W., Las Animas
Cotmty, Colorado. Altitude 5,000 feet.

Genl. Char. Pelage very pale in color.

Color. Top of head and shoulders gray; facial stripes narrow,
blackish; post-auricular spot large, whitish; flanks grayish; median
dorsal stripes blackish, bordered with rufous or pale chestnut; inner
pair pale chestnut-rufous darkest posteriorly; outer pair and flanks
pale yellowish rufous, outer pair of stripes barely distinguishable
from sides; underparts white; tail above rusty and black, beneath
pale bright rufous. Ex type in United States National Musetun.

Measurements. Total length, 247; tail, 115; hind foot, 37. Skull:
Total length, 36.3; Hensel, 27.2.; zygomatic breadth, 19.8; inter-
temporal width, 12.9; length of nasals, 8; palatal length, 15.8; length
of upper molar series, 6; length of mandible, 16.6; length of lower
molar series, 9.3. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Eutamias minimus caryi Merriam.

Eutamias minimus caryi Merr., Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XXI, 1908,

P- 143-

Type locality. Medano Ranch, San Luis Valley, Colorado.

Genl. Char. Like T. minimus but paler.

Color. General hue pale gray; inner pair of light stripes pale gray;
top of head gray tinged with brown; rest of upperparts and inner
pair of light stripes pale gray; outer pair white; median stripe pale
brown, becoming black in center of back; other stripes pale brown
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btiif ; tail above, the hairs are buif at base, then black and tipped with
buff; beneath, dark buff in center with marginal brownish black bands
and buffy white tips. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 194; tail, 87; hind foot, 30. Skull:
Occipito-nasal length, 30; Hensel, 24.2; zygomatic width, 17.3; inter-
temporal width, 6; lengthof nasals, 10.8; palatal length, 12.7; length
of upper molar series, 5; length of mandible, 11.2; length of lower
molar series, 5.2. Ex type in United States National Museum.



Genus Citellus (52). Spermophiles.
Subgenus A. ^ Ammospermophflus.

Citellus leucurus insularis (Nelson and Goldman).

Ammospermophilus leucurus insularis Nels. and Goldm., Proc. Biol.
Soc. Wash., XXII, 1909, p. 24.

Type locality. Espiritu Santa Island, Lower California, Mexico.

Genl, Char, Similar to C leucurus but larger; tail beneath grizzled
with black.

Color. Top of head and upperparts of body and flanks fawn-color;
a white stripe on each, side of back; shoulders and outer side of hind
legs dull fawn-color; cheeks, side of neck, lower parts of flanks whitish;
tail above blackish with white intermixed, and a white subterminal
band; beneath whitish grizzled wi:h black and bordered with black.
Type in United States National Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 232; tail, 77; hind foot, 36. Skull:
Total length, 41.8; Hensel, 32.4; zygomatic width, 24.6; intertempo-
ral width, 10.5; length of nasals, 12.6; length of palate, 18.6; length
of upper molar series, 6.4; length of mandible, 18.4; length of lower
molar series, 7.1. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Subgenus C. Ictidomys.

Citellus tridecemlineatus hollisteri Bailey.

Citellus tridecemlineatus hollisteri Bailey, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash..
XXVI, 1913, p. 131.

Type locality. Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico. Altitude,
8000 feet.



^ I fail to find any distinctions in this subgenus or in CaUospermophUus so tren-
chant as to require their selection from the rest of the subgenera of Citellus for full
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Genl. Char. Smaller and darker than C. alleni. Zygomatic
arches heavier, more widely spread.

Color, Nose yellowish brown; top of head and upperparts dark
chestnut-brown; six whitish stripes from head to tail, and four rows
of whitish spots between the pale stripes, the space between the
median stripes having a buff-white line from the nape to beyond
shoulders; outer side of arms and thighs deep buff ; underparts, flanks,
and inner side of limbs cream color; lips white; tail above like back
at base, rest tinged black and whitish buff with a narrow marginal
line of the same color; beneath chestnut at base, rest like upper side;
hands buffy, feet whitish. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Measurements, Total length, 232; tail, 70; hind foot, 32. Skull:
Occipito-nasal length, 37.2; Hensel, 28.5; zygomatic width, 10.7;
intertemporal width, 7.8; length of nasals, 8; length of upper molar
series, 3.2; length of mandible, 6.8; length of lower molar series, 5.9.
Ex type in United States National Museum.



Subgenus D. Callospennophilus.

Citellus trepidus (Taylor).

CaUospermophUus trepidus Taylor, Univ. Calif. Pub. ZooL, .V,
1910, p. 283.

Type locality. Head of Big Creek, Forest Mountains, Humboldt
County, Nevada. Altitude, 8000 feet.

Citellus lateralis tescorum (Hollister).

Callospermophilus lateralis tescorum Hollist., Smith. Misc. Coll.,
LVI, 1911, No. 26, p. 2.

Type locality. Head of Moose Pass Branch of the Smoky River,
Alberta, Canada. Altitude, 7000 feet.

Genl. Char. Nearest to C /. cinerascens but larger, colors darker
and richer.

Color. Nose, head, neck and shoulders Mars-brown; orbital ring
whitish; upperparts grizzled brownish gray, darkest on rump; shoul-
ders and outer sides of upperparts of arms blackish ; lateral black stripes
from shoulders have posterior half grizzled brownish gray; inner
black stripes only go to middle of body; outer side of legs dark brown;
tail above mixed black and buff; beneath with a central cinnamon area,
with a lateral black band bordered with cinnamon-buff. Ex type in
United States National Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 303; tail, 105; hind foot, 45.
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29.4; intertemporal width, 12.8; lengthof nasals, 15.5; length of upper
molar series, 9; length of mandible, 26.2; length of lower tooth row,
7.9. Ex type in United States National Museimi.

Citellus lateralis arizonensis (Bailey).

Callospermophilus lateralis arizonensis Bailey, Proc. Biol. Soc.
Wash., XXVI, 1913, p. 130.

Type locality, San Francisco Mountains, Arizona.

Gen\ Char. Larger than C. lateralis; somewhat darker in color,
chestnut of thighs extending over feet to toes.

Color, Head and shoulders suffused with golden-chestnut; upper-
parts brownish gray; on each flank is a broad black and buff stripe;
rump and outer side of thighs deep chestnut grading to yellowish and
becoming buffy on the feet; underparts whitish; tail similar to that
of lateralis. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 292; tail, 102; hind foot, 44. Skull
Occipito-nasal length, 45.9; Hensel, 38.4; zygomatic width, 28.5
intertemporal width, 12.1; length of nasals, 16; palatal length, 21.5
length of upper molar series, 8.5; length of mandible, 22.3; length of
lower molar series, 8.2. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Mr. Bailey says the tail "beneath always gray." I did not find
this to be so on comparing a series of the present form with one of C
lateralis. The last-named species is paler than the present race gen-
erally, and the hind feet are much paler than the thighs, while the feet
and thighs of this race are of the same color.



Subgenus E. Colobotis.

Citellus idahoensis Merriam.

Citellus idahoensis Merr., Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XXVI, 1913, p.

135.

Type locality, Payette, at junction of Payette and Snake River,
Idaho. Type in United States National Museum.

Genl. Char. Largest of the C mollis group.

Color. Two phases of pelage: Buff, Top of head reddish ; upper
part of body suilused with pale btiffy fulvous, the back spotted with
buff; underparts buffy white; tail dark fulvous, with broad subapical
black band; hands and feet buffy. Gray. Top of head grizzled gray ;
upperparts pale hoary gray, with a tinge of pale buffy, and the back
dappled with whitish; tail like back, with black terminal band; eye-
lids white; hands and feet whitish; anterior rims of cars white. Ex
type in United States National Museum.



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Measurements. Total length, 263; tail, 61; hind foot, 35. Skull:
Occipito-nasal length, 41; Hensel. 35.2; zygomatic width, 27.3;
intertemporal width, 10; length of nasals, 12.9; length of upper molar
series, 9; length of mandible, 22.2; length of lower molar series, 8.4.
Ex type in United States National Museum.

Citellus leurodon Merriam.

Citellus leurodon Merr., Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XXVI, 1913, p. 136.

Type locality. Murphy, southwestern Idaho.

Genl. Char. Like C. idahoensis, tail shorter, tmderparts white.

Color. Almost exactly like the gray phase of C. idahoensis^ but
the flanks and underparts are white not buff, the black bases of the
hairs showing and dulling the white; tail buffy gray above, darker
beneath; hands and feet white. Ex type in United States National
Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 233; tail, 47; hind foot, 33. Skull:
Occipito-nasal length, 37.7; Hensel, 32.2; zygomatic width, 24.1;
intertemporal width, 8.6; lengthof nasals, 12.7; length of upper molar
series, 8.2; length of mandible, 19.6; length of lower molar series, 8.
Ex type United States National Museum.

Citellus canus vigilis Merriam.

Citellus canus vigilis Merr., Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XXVI, 1913,

P- 137

Type locality. Vale, eastern Oregon.

Genl. Char. No dappling on back; tail shorter and paler than in
C. idahcensis. Color more hoary-whitish than in C. canus. Skull
larger and heavier.

Color. General hue hoary-whitish lined with black; flanks and
underparts whitish; tail like back, terminal part black, hairs tipped
with white; thighs to feet 1 eddish; tail above., buff, hairs on margin
and tips with white ends; beneath darker. Ex type in United States
National Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 208; tail, 33; hind foot, 32. Skull:
Occipito-nasal length, 37.5; Hensel, 31; zygomatic width, 25.6; inter-
temporal width, 10; length of nasals, 12.7; length of upper molar
series, 7.7; length of mandible, 22; length of lower molar series, 7.3.
Ex type in United States National Museum.

Citellus mollis artemisise Merriam.

Citellus mollis artemisia Merr., Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XXVI^

1913, P- 137-
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Genl. Char. Smallest of the C. mollis group; bullae and teeth
smaller, similar to C. mollis.

Color. Nose brown; head lightly grizzled; upperparts mottled,
with hind neck and shoulders paler than lower dorsal region; outer
side of arms whitish; thighs reddish; flanks and underparts white,
black bases of hairs showing through ; tail, above like back, with sub-
terminal black band and white tip; beneath buff; hands and feet
white. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 219; tail, 45.5; hind foot, 26.4;
(skin). Skull: Occipito-nasal length, 35.3; Hensel, 28.2; zygomatic
width, 23; intertemporal width, 9.8; length of nasals, 10.5; length of
upper molar series, 7.3; length of mandible, 20.4; length of lower
molar series, 6.5. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Citellus mollis pessimus Merriam.

Ciiellus mollis pessimus Merr., Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XXVI, 1913,

p. 138.

Type locality. Lower part of Big Lost River, east central Idaho.

Genl. Char. Similar to C. m. artemisia, but larger and darker;
rostrum larger; tooth row longer.

Color. Similar to C. m. artemisia but generally darker on upper
parts; underparts also the same in color except the present race has a
slight buffy stiff usion at base of tail; tail above black speckled with
buff on basal half, edged and tipped with white; beneath ochraceous-
buff, with marginal black band edged with white; feet and hands
whitish. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 246; tail to end of hairs, 60.8; hind
foot, 24.4 (Skin); Skull: Occipito-nasal length, 36.7; Hensel, 29.8;
zygomatic width, 23.5; intertemporal width, 9.5; length of nasals,
12.9; length of upper molar series, 8.2; length of mandible, 21.9;
length of lower molar series, 7.5; Ex type in United States National
Museum.

Citellus mollis washoensis Merriam.

Citellus mollis washoensis Merr., Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XXVI,

1913, P- 138.

Type locality. Carson Valley, western Nevada.

Genl. Char. Size larger; pelage grizzled gray like C. canus.

Color. Similar to C. m. pessimus, but with less ochraceous-buff
on the upperparts which is gray and white spotted; underparts buffy;
tail very short, ochraceous-buff above, paler beneath; hands tinged
with buff, feet whitish. Ex type in United States National Museum.

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Occipito-nasal length, 39.6; Hensel, 33.8; zygomatic width, 25; inter-
temporal width, 9.6; length of nasals, 10.6; length of tipper molar
series, 8.4; length of mandible, 23.3; length of lower molar series,
7.5. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Subgenus F. Otospermophilus.

Citellus variegatus juglans Bailey.

Ciiellus variegatus juglans Bailey, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., XXVI,
1913, p. 131.

Type locality, Glenwood, New Mexico. Altitude, 5000 feet.

Genl. Char. Similar to C. variegatus, but skull broader, teeth
smaller.

Color. Head rusty and black, becoming tawny near ears; ears
black; hind neck, flanks behind shoulders gray; back between shoul-
ders black and buff; rest of back ochraceous and cream spotted; under-
parts soiled whitish (some examples rusty ochraceous); hands and
feet pale ochraceous; tail above has the hairs gray with subterminal
black band, and a marginal band edged with whitish; beneath prac-
tically the same coloring. Ex type in United States National Museum.

Measurements. Total length, 500; tail, 230; hind foot, 65.
Skull: Occipito-nasal length, 60.9; Hensel, 49.3; zygomatic width,
38; intertemporal width, 13.6; length of nasals, 22; palatal length,
28.5; length of upper molar series, 12; length of mandible, 36.8;
length of lower molar series, 11.6. Ex type in United States National
Museum.

Genus Marmota (54). Woodchucks.

Marmota ochracea Swarth.

Marmota ochracea Swarth, Univ. Calif. Pub. Zool., VH, 191 1, p. 203.
Type locality. Forty-mile Creek, Alaska.

Marmota vancouverensis Swarth.

Marmota vancouverensis Swarth, Univ. Calif. Pub. Zool., VII, 1911,
p. 201.

Type locality. Mount Douglas, Vancouver Island, British Colum-
bia, Canada.

Marmota vigilis Heller.

Marmota vigilis Heller, Univ. Calif. Pub. Zool., V, 1909, p. 248.
Type locality. West shore of Glacier Bay, Alaska.



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Marmota oxytona Hollister.

Marmota sibila Hollist., Smith. Misc. Coll., LVI, 191 2, p. i.


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