The Recently Extinct Plants and Animals Database

Microtus californicus aequivocatus Osgood, 1928:56



Taxonomy & Nomenclature



Conservation Status

Last record: 1953



California, USA


Biology & Ecology




Type locality ‘‘San Quintin, [Baja] California.’’






Original scientific description:

Osgood, W. H. (1928). Why is a type specimen. Journal of Mammalogy 9: 52-56.


Other references:

CEBALLOS, G., AND D. NAVARRO L. 1991. Diversity and conservation of Mexican mammals. Pp. 167–198 in Latin American mammalogy: history, biodiversity, and conservation (M. A. Mares and D. J. Schmidly, eds.). University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.

Cudworth, Nichole L. and Koprowski, John L. (2010). Microtus californicus (Rodentia: Cricetidae). Mammalian Species 42(868): 230-243.


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