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. The Canadian field-naturalist. 1996 MacDonald and Cook: Land Mammal Fauna of Southeast Alaska 573 CANADA. Map Area Dixon Entrance 138° Figure L Map of Southeast Alaska and the Alexander Archipelago. Latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates for all islands identified in the species accounts are reported in Table 1. Specimens of this species have been collected along the mainland from Yakutat to Portland Canal (Swarth 1911; Jackson 1928; Hennings and Hoffmann 1977; UAM), and from the following islands: Admiralty, Anguilla, Back, Baker, Barrier, Bell, Betton, Black, Cap, Cat, Coronation, Dall,

. The Canadian field-naturalist. 1996 MacDonald and Cook: Land Mammal Fauna of Southeast Alaska 573 CANADA. Map Area Dixon Entrance 138° Figure L Map of Southeast Alaska and the Alexander Archipelago. Latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates for all islands identified in the species accounts are reported in Table 1. Specimens of this species have been collected along the mainland from Yakutat to Portland Canal (Swarth 1911; Jackson 1928; Hennings and Hoffmann 1977; UAM), and from the following islands: Admiralty, Anguilla, Back, Baker, Barrier, Bell, Betton, Black, Cap, Cat, Coronation, Dall,  Stock Photo
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. The Canadian field-naturalist. 1996 MacDonald and Cook: Land Mammal Fauna of Southeast Alaska 573 CANADA. Map Area Dixon Entrance 138° Figure L Map of Southeast Alaska and the Alexander Archipelago. Latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates for all islands identified in the species accounts are reported in Table 1. Specimens of this species have been collected along the mainland from Yakutat to Portland Canal (Swarth 1911; Jackson 1928; Hennings and Hoffmann 1977; UAM), and from the following islands: Admiralty, Anguilla, Back, Baker, Barrier, Bell, Betton, Black, Cap, Cat, Coronation, Dall, Douglas, Duke, Eagle, Etolin, Forrester, Gedney, Gravina, Hassler, Heceta, Hoot, Inian, Kadin, Kuiu, Kupreanof, Lemesurier, Long, Lowrie, Lulu, Marble, Mary, Mitkof, Noyes, Owl, Pleasant, Prince of Wales, Revillagigedo, San, San Fernando, Sangeo, Shrubby, Sukkwan, Sullivan, Suemez, Tuxekan, Vank, Warren, Woewodski, Woronkofski, Wrangell, and Zarembo (Heller 1909; Swarth 1911; Jackson 1919, 1928; McGregor 1958; Harris 1968; Hennings and Hoffmann 1977; UAM). Swarth (1911) reported specimens from Shakan, which is on Kosciusko Island, but it remains unclear if he meant nearby on Prince of Wales Island (Hall 1981). The occurrence of S. monticolus on two major islands in the Alexander Archipelago remains contro- versial. A specimen identified as this species from Baranof Island was reported by Hall (1981, as S. vagrans elassodon) in reference to Jackson (1928: 131). Jackson's (1928) record is a skin without skull (USNM 0238296). Subsequent collecting efforts on Baranof Island have documented only 5*. cinereus. Most shrew species are difficult to distinguish with. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club. Ottawa, Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club

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