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Vol 75, No 2 (2015)
Table of Contents
|Assessment of the immediate impacts of the 2013–2014 drought on ecosystems of the California Central Coast|
|Genetic characterization of two populations of Bonneville cutthroat trout in Great Basin National Park, USA|
|Derek D. Houston, R. Paul Evans, Jared M. Crowley, Dennis K. Shiozawa||146–156|
|Tree mortality in mature riparian forest: implications for Fremont cottonwood conservation in the American Southwest|
|Douglas C. Andersen||157–169|
|Late-season survey of bumble bees along Canadian highways of British Columbia and Yukon Territories|
|Timothy D. Hatten, James P. Strange, Jill M. Maxwell||170–180|
|Estimating bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) abundance using noninvasive sampling at a mineral lick within a national park wilderness area|
|Kathryn A. Schoenecker, Mary Kay Watry, Laura E. Ellison, Michael K. Schwartz, Gordon Luikart||181–191|
|Conspecific pollen loads on insects from Prunus fasciculata (Rosaceae) female flowers in southern Nevada|
|William D. Wiesenborn||192–199|
|Mitochondrial DNA diversity and phylogeography of Lucania interioris inform biodiversity conservation in the Cuatro Ciénegas Basin, México|
|Evan W. Carson, Valeria Souza, Hector Espinosa-Pérez, Thomas F. Turner||200–208|
|Thermal ecology, sexual dimorphism, and diet of Xenosaurus tzacualtipantecus from Hidalgo, Mexico|
|Jenny García-Rico, Anibal Díaz de la Vega-Pérez, Geoffrey R. Smith, Julio A. Lemos-Espinal, Guillermo A. Woolrich-Piña||209–217|
|The problem of low agreement among automated indentification programs for acoustical surverys of bats|
|Cliff Lemen, Patricia W. Freeman, Jeremy A. White, Brett R. Andersen||218–225|
|Helminth communities of Cyprinodon atrorus in the natural protected area of Cuatro Ciénegas, Coahuila, northern Mexico|
|Rogelio Aguilar-Aguilar, Omar Lagunas-Calvo, Gerardo Pérez-Ponce de León||226–231|
|Morphology and sexual dimorphism of the many-lined skink in north central New Mexico|
|Charles D. Hathcock, Marjorie A. Wright, Donald S. Sias, Gilbert J. Gonzales||232–235|
|Sliding bones: movement of skeletal material over Smith Creek Playa in Nevada and its taphonomic and paleontologic implications|
|George D. Baumgardner, Brian S. Shaffer||236–243|
|Range extension for the white-nosed coati (Nasua narica) in southeastern Guanajuato, México|
|María Eugenia Espinosa-Flores, Carlos A. López-González||244–247|
|Threatened San Clemente Bell's Sparrow nest depredated by island night lizard|
|Andrew S. Bridges, Daniel S. Biteman, Emma E. Deleon, Brian E. Cross||248–249|
|Outstanding Natural History Paper of 2013|
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