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Lindsay, E. H. 1984a. Windows to the past: Fossils of the San Pedro Valley. Field Notes from the Arizona Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology 14:1-9, 12.

Lindsay, E. H. 1984b. Late Cenozoic mammals from northwestern Mexico. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 4(2):208-215.

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Logan, L. E. 1981. The mammalian fossils of Muskox Cave, Eddy County, New Mexico. Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress Speleology 1:159-160.

Logan, L. E. 1983. Paleoecological implications of the mammalian fauna of Lower Sloth Cave, Guadalupe Mountains, Texas. National Speleological Society, Bulletin 45:3-11. pdf

Logan, L. E., and C. C. Black. 1979. The Quaternary vertebrate fauna of Upper Sloth Cave, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas. Pp. 141-158, in Biological investigations in the Guadalupe Mountains National Park (H. H. Genoways and R. J. Baker, eds.), National Park Service Proceedings and Transactions Series 4:1-442. pdf

Logan, T. R., and S. G. Lucas. 1983. A middle Pleistocene mammoth from southeastern New Mexico. New Mexico Geology 5:34.

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Lucas, S. G., and C. M. Gonzalez-León. 1996. The Arizpe mammoth, Pleistocene of Sonora, Mexico-Taxonomic re-evaluation. Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas 13(1):90-93.

Lucas, S. G. and Logan, T. R. 1984. Pleistocene horse from the Albuquerque area, New Mexico. New Mexico Journal of Science 24:29-32.

Lucas, S. G., and G. S. Morgan. 1996. Pleistocene vertebrates from the Pecos River Valley, near Roswell, Chaves County, New Mexico. New Mexico Geology 18:93-96.

Lucas, S. G., and G. S. Morgan. 1997. The American mastodont (Mammut americanum) in New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist 42(3):312-317.

Lucas, S. G., and G. S. Morgan. 2005. Pleistocene mammals of Arizona, an overview. Pp. 152-157, in (A. B. Heckert and S. G. Lucas, eds.)Vertebrate Paleontology in Arizona. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin No. 29.

Lucas, S, G., and R. A. Smartt. 1995. Late Pleistocene peccary from northwestern New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist 40:293-296.

Lucas, S. G., T. E. Williamson, and J. C. Sobus. 1988. Late Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) mammals from the Edith Formation, Albuquerque, New Mexico. New Mexico Journal of Science 28:51-58.

Lucas, S. G., T. E. Williamson, and J. C. Sobus. 1993. Plio-Pleistocene stratigraphy, paleoecology, and mammalian biochronology, Tijeras Arroyo, Albuquerque area, New Mexico. New Mexico Geology 15:1-8, 15.

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Lucas, S. G., G. S. Morgan, J. W. Hawley, and M. E. Gordon. 2002b. Late Pleistocene Lake Otero, Tularosa Basin, southern New Mexico. Current Research in the Pleistocene 19:59-61.

Lucas, S. G., F. M. O'Neill, and G. S. Morgan. 1997. Radiocarbon-dated Bison from Taos County, northern New Mexico: Texas Journal of Science 49:78-79,

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Lundelius, E. L., Jr. 1972. Vertebrate remains from the gray sand. Pp. 148-163, in Blackwater locality no. 1. A stratified early man site in eastern New Mexico (J. J. Hester, ed.). Fort Burgwin Research Center Publication 8:1-238.

Lundelius, E. L., Jr. 1979. Post-Pleistocene mammals from Pratt Cave and their environmental significance. Pp. 239-258, in Biological investigations in the Guadalupe Mountains National Park (H. H. Genoways and R. J. Baker, eds.), National Park Service Proceedings and Transactions Series 4:1-442.

Lundelius, E. L., Jr. 1984. A late Pleistocene mammalian fauna from Cueva Quebrada, Val Verde County, Texas. Pp. 456-481, in, Contributions in Quaternary vertebrate paleontology: A volume in memorial to John E. Guilday (H. H. Genoways and M. R. Dawson, eds.). Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Special Publication No. 8: i-v + 1-538.

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Lyman, R. L. 1983. Prehistoric extralimital records for Pappogeomys castanops (Geomyidae), in northwestern New Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 64:502-505.

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MacFadden, B. J., and H. Galiano. 1981. Late Hemphilian cat (Mammalia, Felidae) from the Bone Valley Formation of Central Florida. Journal of Paleontology 55(1):218-226.

McDonald, H. G., and G. S. Morgan. 2011. Ground sloths of New Mexico. Pp. 652-663, in Fossil Record 3 (R. M. Sullivan, S. G,. Lucas, and J. A. Spielmann, eds.). New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, Bulletin 53:i-vi + 1-736.

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McDonald, H. G. 2005. Paleoecology of extinct xenarthrans and the Great American Biotic Interchange. Florida Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 45(4):313-333.

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McDonald, H. G., L. D. Agenbroad, and C. M. Haden. 2004. Late Pleistocene mylodont sloth Paramylodon harlani (Mammalia: Xenarthra) from Arizona. Southwestern Naturalist 49(2):229-238.

McDonald, J. N. 1981. North American bison. Their classification and evolution. University California Press, Berkeley, 316 pp.

McDonald, J. N., and C. E. Ray. 1989. The autochthonous North American musk oxen Bootherium, Symbos, and Gidleya (Mammalia: Artiodactyla: Bovidae). Smithsonian Contributions in Paleobiology 66:1-77.

McMullen, T. L., and R. J. Zakrzewski. 1972. A new Late Pleistocene fauna from northeastern New Mexico. New Mexico Geol. Soc. Guidebook, 23rd Annual Field Conference:134-136.

McCullough, D. A., and R. K. Chesser. 1987. Genetic variation among populations of the Mexican prairie dog. Journal of Mammalogy 68:555-560.

Magish, D. P., and A. H. Harris. 1976. Fossil ravens from the Pleistocene of Dry Cave, Eddy County, New Mexico. Condor 78:399-404.

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Markgraf, V., J. P. Bradbury, R. M. Forester, W. McCoy, G. Singh, and R. Sternberg. 1983. Paleoenvironmental reassessment of the 1.6-million-year-old record from San Agustin Basin, New Mexico. Pp. 291-297, in Socorro region II, New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 34th Annual Conference.

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McGrew, P. O. 1944. An Early Pleistocene (Blancan) fauna from Nebraska. Geological Series, Field Museum of Natural History 9(2):31-66

Meachen, J. A. 2005. A new species of Hemiauchenia (Artiodactyla, Camelidae) from the late Blancan of Florida. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(4):435-447.

Mead, J. I. 1981. The last 30,000 years of faunal history within the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Quaternary Research 15:311-326.

Mead, J. I. 2005. Late Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) amphibians and reptiles of Arizona. Pp. 136-151, in (A. B. Heckert and S. G. Lucas, eds.) Vertebrate Paleontology in Arizona. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin No. 29.

Mead, J. I., and M. C. Lawler. 1994. Skull, mandible, and metapodials of the extinct Harrington's Mountain Goat (Oreamnos harringtoni. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 14(4):562-576.

Mead, J. I., and A. M. Phillips, III. 1981. The late Pleistocene and Holocene fauna and flora of Vulture cave, Grand Canyon, Arizona. Southwestern Naturalist 26:257-288.

Mead, J. I., L. L. Coats, and B. W. Schubert. 2003. Late Pleistocene faunas from caves in the eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona. Pp. 64-86, in Ice Age cave faunas of North America (B. W. Schubert, J. I. Mead, and R. W. Graham, eds.) Denver Museum of Nature and Science, 299 pp.

Mead, J. I., N. J. Czaplewski, and L. D. Agenbroad. 2005. Rancholabrean (Late Pleistocene) mammals and localities of Arizona. Pp. 139-180, in (R. D. McCord, ed.) Vertebrate Paleontology of Arizona, Mesa Southwest Museum Bulletin No. 11.

Mead, J. I., C. V. Haynes, and B. B. Huckell. 1979. A late Pleistocene mastodon (Mammut americanum) from the Lehner Site, southeastern Arizona. Southwestern Naturalist 24(2):231-238.

Mead, J. I., T. R. Van Devender, and K. L. Cole. 1983. Late Quaternary small mammals from Sonoran Desert woodrat middens, Arizona and California. Journal of Mammalogy 64(1):173-180.

Mead, J. I., E. L. Roth, T. R. Van Devender, and D. W. Steadman. 1984. The Late Wisconsinan vertebrate fauna from Deadman Cave, southern Arizona. Transactions of The San Diego Society of Natural History 20:247-276.

Mead, J. I., S. L. Swift, R. S. White, H. G. McDonald, and A. Baez. 2007. Late Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) glyptodont and pampathere (Xenarthra, Cingulata) from Sonora, Mexico. Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas 24(3):439-449.

Mead, J. I., A. Baez, S. L. Swift, M. C. Carpenter, M. Hollenshead, N. J. Czaplewski, D. W. Steadman, J. Bright, and J. Arroyo-Cabrales. 2006. Tropical marsh and savanna of the late Pleistocene in northeastern Sonora, Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist 51(2):226-239.

Mead, R. A. 1968. Reproduction in western forms of the spotted skunk (genus Spilogale). Journal of Mammalogy 49(3):373-390.

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Morgan, G. S., and Lucas, S. G. 2000. Pliocene and Pleistocene vertebrate faunas from the Albuquerque basin, New Mexico. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 16:217-240.

Morgan, G. S. and Lucas, S. G. 2002. Pleistocene vertebrates from the White Sands Missile Range, southern New Mexico. New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 53:267-276.

Morgan, G. S., and S. G. Lucas. 2003. Mammalian biochronology of Blancan and Irvingtonian (Pliocene and Early Pleistocene) faunas from New Mexico. American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin no. 279:269-320.

Morgan, G. S., and S. G. Lucas. 2005. Pleistocene vertebrate faunas in New Mexico from alluvial, fluvial, and lacustrine deposits. Pp. 185-248, in New Mexico's Ice Ages (Lucas, S. G., G. S. Morgan, and K. E. Zeigler, eds.). New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 28:1-280.

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Morgan, G. S., and L. F. Rinehart. 2007. Late Pleistocene (Rancholabrean) mammals from fissure deposits in the Jurassic Todilto Formation, White Mesa mine, Sandoval County, north-central New Mexico. New Mexico Geology 29(2):39-51.

Morgan, G. S., and R. S. White, Jr. 2005. Miocene and Pliocene vertebrates from Arizona. Pp. 115-136, in (A. B. Heckert and S. G. Lucas, eds.)Vertebrate Paleontology in Arizona. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin No. 29:115-136.

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