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SPECIES Aplodontia rufa

Author:Rafinesque, 1817.
Citation:Am. Mon. Mag., 2: 45.
Common Name:Sewellel
Type Locality:USA, Oregon, neighborhood of Columbia River. Specimens from Marmot, Clackamas County, Oregon are considered typical (Taylor, 1918).
Distribution:W coast of North America from SW British Columbia (Canada) to N California (USA), isolated populations in N and C California, extending into W Nevada. See Hall (1981:335).
Status:U. S. ESA Endangered as A. r. nigra; IUCN Vulnerable as A. r. nigra and A. r. phaea; otherwise Lower Risk (nt).
Comments:Reviewed by Carraway and Verts (1993; Mammalian Species, 431).
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SUBSPECIES rufa

SUBSPECIES californica

SUBSPECIES humboldtiana

SUBSPECIES nigra

SUBSPECIES pacifica

SUBSPECIES phaea

SUBSPECIES rainieri

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