antelope squirrel

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  • noun

Synonyms for antelope squirrel

small ground squirrel of western United States

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Records for Ammospermophilus interpres, Geomys texensis and Vulpes vulpes represent range extensions.
Range extensions are recognized for two rodents, Ammospermophilus interpres, Geomys texensis and the red fox, Vulpes vulpes.
Noteworthy records include an unusually high population of Ammospermophilus interpres, and an apparently isolated group of Chaetodipus nelsoni, which provides the northernmost record for the species in the Trans-Pecos, and evidence of the continuing northern expansion in western Texas of the javelina (Tayassu tajacu).
Ammospermophilus interpres (Merriam, 1890), Texas antelope squirrel.