Table of Contents
SAM NOBLE OKLAHOMA MUSEUM of NATURAL HISTORY
FOSSIL BATS OF THE AMERICAS

LITERATURE

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Czaplewski, N. J. 1987. Middle Blancan vertebrate assemblage from the Verde Formation, Arizona. Contributions to Geology, University of Wyoming 25:133-155. [downloadable pdf 87-6]

Czaplewski, N. J. 1991. Miocene bats from the lower Valentine Formation of northeastern Nebraska. Journal of Mammalogy 72:715-722. [downloadable pdf 91-4]

Czaplewski, N. J. 1993a. Late Tertiary bats (Mammalia, Chiroptera) from the southwestern United States. Southwestern Naturalist 38:111-118. [downloadable pdf 93-9]

Czaplewski, N. J. 1993b. Pizonyx wheeleri Dalquest and Patrick (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from the Miocene of Texas referred to the genus Antrozous H. Allen. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 13:378-380. [downloadable pdf 93-10]

Czaplewski, N. J. 1996a. Opossums (Didelphidae) and bats (Noctilionidae and Molossidae) from the late Miocene of the Amazon Basin. Journal of Mammalogy 77:84-94. [downloadable pdf 96-11]

Czaplewski, N. J. 1996b. Thyroptera robusta Czaplewski, 1996, is a junior synonym of Thyroptera lavali Pine, 1993 (Mammalia: Chiroptera). Mammalia 60:153-155. [downloadable pdf 96-13]

Czaplewski, N. J. 1997. Chiroptera. In Vertebrate Paleontology in the Neotropics: The Miocene Fauna of La Venta, Colombia, ed. Kay, R. F., Madden, R. H., Cifelli, R. L., and Flynn, J. J., pp. 410-431. Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution Press. [downloadable pdf 97-2]

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Czaplewski, N. J., and C. Cartelle. 1998. Pleistocene bats from cave deposits in Bahia, Brazil. Journal of Mammalogy 79:784-803. [downloadable pdf 98-8]

Czaplewski, N. J., and Morgan, G. S. 2000. A new vespertilionid bat (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from the Early Miocene (Hemingfordian) of Florida, USA. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 20:736-742. [downloadable pdf 00-26]

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Czaplewski, N. J., Bailey, B. E., and Corner, R. G. 1999. Tertiary bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from northern Nebraska. Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences 25:83-93. [downloadable pdf 99-2]

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Czaplewski, N. J., G. S. Morgan, and T. Naeher. 2003b. Molossid bats from the late Tertiary of Florida with a review of the Tertiary Molossidae of North America. Acta Chiropterologica 5:61-74.

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