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Publications

  • 61) Arboreal Feeding Behavior of the New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse (Zapus Hudsonius Luteus). Western North American Naturalist. Wright, G. D. and J.K. Frey. In Press.
  • 60) Snow Cover and Riparian Habitat
    Determine the Distribution of the Short-Tailed Weasel (Mustela Erminea) At Its Southern Range Limits in Arid Western North America. Mammalia. early on-line release July 2013. Frey, J.K., and M. Calkins. 2013.
  • 59) Eastern Fox Squirrel (Sciurus Niger): New Threat to Pecan Orchards in Far West Texas. Western[North American Naturalist, 73:382-385. Frey, J.K., J. Iglesias, K. Herman. 2013.

  • 58) Mammals of Padre Island National Seashore
    Special Publications, The Museum, Texas Tech University, 61:1-63. Jones, G.D. and J.K. Frey. 2013.

  • 57) Use of Anecdotal Occurrence Data in Species Distribution Models
    An Example Based On the White-Nosed Coati (Nasua Narica) in the American Southwest. Animals, 3:327-348. Frey, J.K., J.C. Lewis, R.K. Guy, J.S. Stuart. 2013.

  • 56) Re-Evaluation of the Evidence For the Importation of Red Foxes
    From Europe to Colonial America: Origins of the Southeastern Red Fox (Vulpes v. fulva). Biological Conservation, 158:74-79. Frey, J.K. 2013.

  • 55) Mammals of Sugarite Canyon State Park
    Colfax County, New Mexico. Museum of Texas Tech University, Occasional Papers, 311:1-24. Frey, J.K. and Z.J. Schwenke. 2012.

  • 54) Evidence For the Historical Occurrence of the Meadow Jumping Mouse
    in the Verde River Watershed, Arizona. Western North American Naturalist, 72:257-262. Frey, J.K. 2012.

  • 53) Not-So-Splendid Isolation
    Modeling Climate-Mediated Range Collapse of A Montane Mammal Ochotona Princeps Across Numerous Ecoregions. Ecography, 35: 780-791. Calkins, M.T. , E. A. Beever, K..G. Boykin, J. K. Frey, and M. C. Andersen. 2012.

  • 52) The Biogeographic Legacy of An Imperilled Taxon
    Provides A Foundation For Assessing Lineage Diversification, Demography, and Conservation Genetics. Diversity and Distributions, 18:689-703. Malaney, J. L., J. K Frey, and J. A. Cook. 2012.

  • 51) Elevated Surface Temperature Depresses Survival of Banner-Tailed Kangaroo Rats
    Will Climate Change Cook A Desert Icon? Oecologia, 168: 257-268. Moses, M.R., J.K. Frey, and G. W. Roemer. 2012.

  • 50) Mammals of the Upper Gila River Watershed, Arizona and New Mexico
    Patterns of Diversity and Species of Concern. New Mexico Botanist, Special Issue, 2:67-87. Frey, J.K. 2010.
  • 49) Nine-Banded Armadillo (Dasypus Novemcinctus) Records in New Mexico, USA. Edentata, 8-10:54-55. Frey, J.K., and J.N. Stuart. 2009.

  • 48) Karyotypes of the Long-Tailed Vole (Microtus Longicaudus) in Isolated Mountain Ranges of the American Southwest. Western North American Naturalist, 69:388-390. Frey, J.K., B.J. Frey, and D.W. Moore. 2009.

  • 47) Capture Locations of Two Endangered Rodents During a 1902 Exploration of the Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico. Western North American Naturalist, 69:267-271. Frey, J.K., R.D. Fisher, and S.C. Peurach. 2009.

  • 46) Genetics of Allopatric Populations of the Montane Vole (Microtus Montanus) and Mogollon Vole (Microtus Mogollonensis) in the American Southwest. Western North American Naturalist, 69:215-222. Frey, J.K. 2009.

  • 45) Decline of the Meadow Jumping Mouse
    In Two Mountain Ranges in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 54:31-44. Frey, J.K., and J.L. Malaney. 2009.

  • 44) Distinguishing Range Expansions
    From Previously Undocumented Populations Using Background Data From Museum Records. Diversity and Distributions, 15:183-187. Frey, J.K. 2009.

  • 43) Status of the Armadillo (Dasypus Novemcinctus) in New Mexico. Prairie Naturalist, 39:163-169. Stuart, J.N., J.K. Frey, Z. J. Schwenke, and John S. Sherman. 2007 (2009).

  • 42) First Records of Gray Fox (Urocyon Cinereoargenteus) on Texas barrier Islands. Texas Journal of Science, 60:225-227. Jones, G.D., and J.K. Frey. 2008 (2009).

  • 41) New Distributional Records of the Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus Hudsonicus) In Western New Mexico and Evidence for Its Extirpation From the Zuni Mountains. Western North American Naturalist, 68:530-535. Frey, J.K. 2008.

  • 40) Mammals in Mechanically Thinned and Non-Thinned Mixed-Coniferous Forest In the Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 53:431-443. Wampler, C.R., J.K. Frey, D.M. VanLeeuwen, J.C. Boren, T.T. Baker. 2008.

  • 39) Distribution and Habitat of the Arizona Gray Squirrel (Sciurus Arizonensis) in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 53:248-255. Frey, J.K., M.T. Hill, B.L. Christman, J.C. Truett, S.O. MacDonald. 2008.

  • 38) The Cliff Chipmunk (Tamias Dorsalis)
    Does Not Occur in the Sandia Mountains, New Mexico. Western North American Naturalist, 67:611-612.Frey, J.K. 2007.

  • 37) Mountaintop Island Age
    Determines Species Richness of Boreal Mammals in the American Southwest Ecography, 30:231-240. Frey, J.K., T.L. Yates, and M.A. Bogan. 2007.

  • 36) Effects of Ecogeographic Variables on Genetic Variation in Montane Mammals
    implications for population survivorship in a global warming scenario. Journal of Biogeography, 34:1136-1149. Ditto, A. M., and J. K. Frey. 2007.

  • 38) The Cliff Chipmunk (Tamias Dorsalis)
    Does Not Occur in the Sandia Mountains, New Mexico. Western North American Naturalist, 67:611-612.Frey, J.K. 2007.

  • 37) Mountaintop Island Age
    Determines Species Richness of Boreal Mammals in the American Southwest Ecography, 30:231-240. Frey, J.K., T.L. Yates, and M.A. Bogan. 2007.

  • 36) Effects of Ecogeographic Variables on Genetic Variation in Montane Mammals
    implications for population survivorship in a global warming scenario. Journal of Biogeography, 34:1136-1149. Ditto, A. M., and J. K. Frey. 2007.

  • 35) Snowshoe Hare (Lepus Americanus) and Mountain Cottontail (Sylvilagus Nuttallii)
    Biogeography At Their Southern Range Limit. Journal of Mammalogy, 87:1175-1182. Frey, J.K., and Malaney. 2006.

  • 34) Summer Habitat Use By Snowshoe Hare and Mountain Cottontail
    At Their Southern Zone of Sympatry. Journal of Wildlife Management, 70:877-883. Malaney, J.A. and. J.K. Frey. 2006.

  • 33) Review of Mammals of Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico
    By K.N. Geluso and K. Geluso, 2004. Journal of Mammalogy, 87:817.Frey, J.K. 2006.

  • 32) Inferring Species Distributions
    In the Absence of Occurrence Records: An Example Considering Wolverine (Gulo Gulo) and Canada Lynx (Lynx Canadensis) in New Mexico. Biological Conservation, 130:16-24.Frey, J.K. 2006.

  • 31) Taxonomy and Distribution of the Mammals of New Mexico: An Annotated Checklist. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 240:1-32.](documents/pub 31.pdf). Frey, J.K. 2004.

  • 30) Distributional Records and Natural History Notes For Uncommon Mammals
    On the Llano Estacado of Eastern New Mexico. New Mexico Journal of Science, 43:1-24. Frey, J.K. 2003.
  • 29) Elevational Range Extension For the Hispid Cotton Rat
    Sigmodon Hispidus, (Rodentia: Muridae). Southwestern Naturalist, 47:637-639.Dunum, J.L., J.K. Frey, D. Tinin, J. Salazar-Bravo, T.L. Yates. 2002.
  • 28) First Record of the Arizona Cotton Rat
    (Sigmodon Arizonae) in New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist, 47:491-493. Frey, J.K., R.D. Fisher, M.A. Bogan, C. Jones. 2002.
  • 27) The Banner-Tailed Kangaroo Rat
    (Dipodomys Spectabilis) in West-Central New Mexico. New Mexico Journal of Science, 41:25-29. Frey, J.K. and M.S. Burt. 2001 (2002).
  • 26) New Records of the Mogollon Vole
    Microtus Mogollonensis (Mearns 1890), in Southwestern Colorado. Western North American Naturalist, 62:120-123.Frey, J.K., J.J. Root, C.A. Jones, C.H. Calisher, and B. J. Beaty. 2002.
  • 25) Mogollon Vole / Microtus Mogollonensis. Pp. 634-634 in The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 750 pp. Frey, J. K. 1999.

  • 24) Osgood's Mouse / Peromyscus Gratus. Pp. 570-571, in The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C., 750 pp. Frey, J. K. 1999.

  • 23) The Type Locality of Sylvilagus Cognatus Nelson 1907
    (Lagomorpha: Leporidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 110:329-331. Frey, J. K., R. D. Fischer, and L. A. Ruedas. 1997.
  • 22) Introduced Population of Fox Squirrel (Sciurus Niger) in Trans-Pecos and Llano Estacado Regions of New Mexico and Texas. Southwestern Naturalist, 42:356-358. Frey, J. K., and M. L. Campbell. 1997.
  • 21) Microtus Oaxacensis
    Mammalian Species, 556:1-3. Frey, J. K., and F. A. Cervantes. 1997.
  • 20) Microtus Umbrosus
    Mammalian Species, 555:1-3. Frey, J. K., and F. A. Cervantes. 1997.
  • 19) Mammalian Diversity in New Mexico
    New Mexico's Natural Heritage: Biological Diversity in the Land of Enchantment (E.A. Herrera and L.F. Henneke, eds.). New Mexico Journal of Science, 36:4-37. Frey, J. K., and T. L. Yates. 1996.
  • 18) Mammalian Type Localities in New Mexico.
    Occasional Papers of the Museum of Southwestern Biology, 7:1-25. Frey, J. K. 1996.
  • 17) Rock Rattlesnake (Crotalus lepidus). Aquatic Behavior. Herpetological Review, 27:145. Frey, J. K. 1996.

  • 16) A New Locality of the Montane Vole (Microtus Montanus Arizonensis) in New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist, 40:421-422. Frey, J. K., J. H. Fraga, and F. C. Bermudez. 1995.

  • 15) Endoparasites From the Endangered Hualapai Vole
    Microtus Mogollonensis Hualpaiensis (Rodentia: Cricetidae). Journal of Parasitology, 81:641-643.Frey, J. K., and M. J. Patrick. 1995.
  • 14) Distribution and Status of the Virginia Opossum (Didelphis Virginiana) in New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist, 40:336-340. Bermudez, F. C., J. N. Stuart, J. K. Frey, and R. Valdez. 1995.
  • 13) Serologic and Genetic Identification of Peromyscus Maniculatus
    As the Primary Reservoir for A New Hantavirus in the Southwestern United States. Journal of Infectious Disease, 169:2171-2180. Childs, J. E., T. G. Ksiazek, C. F. Spiropoulou, J. W. Krebs, S. Morzunov, G. O. Maupi, K. L. Gage, P. E. Rollin, J. Sarisky, R. E. Enscore, J. K. Frey, C. J. Peters, and S. T. Nichol. 1994. (*Charles C. Shepard Science Award and *James H. Nakano Citation candidate)
  • 12) Cordilleran Flycatchers Nesting Within A Cave
    New Mexico Ornithological Society Bulletin, 22:23-24.Frey, J. K., and F. C. Bermudez. 1994.
  • 11) Nocturnal Foraging
    by Scissor-Tailed Flycatchers Under Artificial Light. Western Birds, 24:200. Frey, J. K. 1993.
  • 10) Notes on the Distribution of the Mogollon Vole
    (Microtus Mogollonensis) in Arizona and New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist, 38:176-178. Frey, J. K., and C. T. LaRue. 1993.
  • 9) Modes of Peripheral Isolate Formation and Speciation
    Frey, J. K. 1993. Systematic Biology, 42:373-381.
  • 8) Designation and Curatorial Management of Type Host Specimens
    (Symbiotypes) For New Parasite Taxa. Journal of Parasitology, 78:930-932. Frey, J. K., T. L. Yates, D. W. Duszynski, W. L. Gannon, and S. L. Gardner. 1992.
  • 7) Response of a Mammalian Faunal Element to Climatic Changes
    Frey, J. K. 1992. Journal of Mammalogy, 73:43-50.
  • 6) Dispersal of the Meadow Jumping Mouse in Northern Kansas. Prairie Naturalist, 23:127-130. Choate, J. R., D. W. Moore, and J. K. Frey. 1991.

  • 5) Range Expansion of the Meadow Vole (Microtus Pennsylvanicus) in Kansas. Prairie Naturalist, 22:259-263. Frey, J. K., and D. W. Moore. 1990.

  • 4) Nongeographic Morphologic Variation in the Mexican Vole
    (Microtus MExicanus). Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Sciences, 93:97-109.Frey, J. K., and D. W. Moore. 1990.
  • 3) Status of Hayden's Shrew (Sorex Haydeni) in Kansas
    Frey, J. K., and D. W. Moore. 1990. Southwestern Naturalist, 35:84-86.
  • 2) A New Locality for the Pygmy Shrew (Sorex Hoyi Winnemana) in Tennessee. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, 64:240. Tims, T. A., J. K. Frey, T. A. Spradling, and D. W. Moore. 1989.

  • 1) Capture of Diaptomus Siciloides and Diaptomus Pallidus by Suction Simulator and Gizzard Shad (Dorosoma Cepedianum). Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 4:253-258. Prophet, C. W., and J. K. Frey. 1987.

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