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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryMexico
State/ProvinceDurango
LocalityRancho Las Margaritas, 28 Mi. S And 17 Mi. W Vicente Guerrero
Latitude23.469487332208942
Longitude-104.39548290370993
Institution CodeMsu
Collection CodeMr
Catalog NumberMr.1375
Collected ByRollin H. Baker
Date Collected1957-07-09

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The Michigan State University Museum (MSU) Mammal Research Collection includes more than 39,500 specimens, approximately 8,000 of which are from the Great Lakes region. Mexico, Chile, Argentina, and Ecuador are also well represented. The collection includes skeletons, study skins, skulls, tanned hides, frozen tissues, and fluid-preserved specimens.

The Ornithology Research Collection includes over 13,000 specimens; more than one third are from Michigan. Also well-represented are Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, and Brazil. Many of the specimens were part of the original holdings of the Michigan Agricultural College Museum, among them historically important series collected by naturalists Walter Barrows and Dillman S. Bullock. The collection includes study skins, skeletons, taxidermy mounts, eggs, nests, and fluid-preserved specimens.

The Vertebrate Paleontology Research collection includes over 4,200 specimens, approximately 90% of which are from North America. The most significant holdings are Cenozoic amphibians and reptiles from throughout North America, Permian fishes and tetrapods from Texas, and Late Pleistocene faunal remains from the Great Lakes region.

Contacts

Name Laura Abraczinskas
RoleCollections Manager
Emailabraczi1@msu.edu
Name Laura Abraczinskas
RoleCollections Manager
Emailabraczi1@msu.edu
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Taxonomy
Scientific NamePeromyscus gratus gentilis
Higher ClassficationAnimalia | Chordata | Mammalia | Rodentia | Muridae | Peromyscus
KingdomAnimalia
PhylumChordata
ClassMammalia
OrderRodentia
FamilyCricetidae
GenusPeromyscus
Specific Epithetgratus
Infraspecific Epithetgentilis
Taxon Ranksubspecies
Nomenclatural CodeICZN
Specimen
Catalog NumberMR.1375
Preparationsskeleton | skin
Sexfemale
Institution CodeMSU
Collection CodeMR
Occurrence IDurn:catalog:MSU:MR:MR.1375
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Type of ResourcePhysicalObject
Collection Event
Collected ByRollin H. Baker
Collector NumberRHB3305
Date Collected1957-07-09
Year1957
Month7
Day9
Start Day of Year190
End Day of Year190
Locality
CountryMexico
Country CodeMX
State / ProvinceDurango
Higher GeographyNorth and Central America | Mexico | Durango State | | | | |
ContinentNorth America
LocalityRancho Las Margaritas, 28 mi. S and 17 mi. W Vicente Guerrero
Verbatim LocalityNorth and Central America | Mexico | Durango State | Rancho Las Margaritas, 28 mi. S and 17 mi. W Vicente Guerrero
Decimal Latitude23.4691835
Decimal Longitude-104.3952212
Maximum Elevation in Meters2547
Minimum Elevation in Meters2547
Verbatim Elevation2546.75 m
Georeference ProtocolVertNet Georeferencing Guidelines
Coordinate Uncertainty In Meters11660
Geodetic DatumNAD27
Georeference RemarksAssumed by air/ Homonym localities/ Out of the homonyms, the biggest populated place was chosen
Other
Languageen
Modified2015-04-09
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