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CCNY Biologists Identify New Spiny Pocket Mouse Species
January 29, 2010
Dr. Robert P. Anderson, associate professor of biology at the City College of New York, and Ph.D. student Eliécer E. Gutiérrez, have reported the existence of a new species of spiny pocket mouse, from Venezuela, Heteromys catopterius.
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