mus., from Lihumption Park is adult and it has a skull which agrees with that of altifrontalis rather than nevadensis.
mus., from Lonetree, Wyoming, agrees with longicauda in size of skull.
mus., from Asotin, Washington, constitutes partial basis for this opinion.
mus., and model sent to, and deposited by, Petty in Wadham College.
mus., from Golconda, Illinois, has many characters of primulina but two young males from there agree better with noveboracensis.
mus., an adult male, agrees well enough in size and proportions with nevadensis but has the coloration typical of longicauda.
mus., taken on Mount Whitney, also shows white facial markings and some other features of the valley-inhabiting xanthogenys.
mus., is a subadult female (though labeled male) from 43 miles northeast of Grants Pass.
mus., from Bridger Pass, show no departures from nevadensis of similar age.