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SPECIES Tamias (Neotamias) dorsalis

Author:Baird, 1855.
Citation:Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 7: 332.
Common Name:Cliff Chipmunk
Type Locality:"Fort Webster, Coppermines of the Mimbres" Restricted by A. H. Howell (1929:131) to near present site of Santa Rita, Grant Co., New Mexico.
Distribution:E Nevada, S Idaho, Utah, SW Wyoming, and NW Colorado south through Arizona and W New Mexico (USA) to NW Durango, W Coahuila, and coastal Sonora (Mexico).
Status:IUCN Lower Risk (lc).
Comments:Subgenus Neotamias. Reviewed by Callahan and Davis (1977) who included sonoriensis in this species, and by Hart (1992, Mammalian Species No. 399).
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SUBSPECIES dorsalis

SUBSPECIES carminis

SUBSPECIES grinnelli

SUBSPECIES nidoensis

SUBSPECIES sonoriensis

SUBSPECIES utahensis

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