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Bianchi, N. O. "Akodon Sex Reversed Females: The Never-ending Story." Cytogenetics and Genome Research 96 (2002): 60-65.

Bilenca, D. N., and F. O. Kravetz. "Seasonal Changes in Microhabitat Use and Niche Overlap Between Akodon azarae and Calomys laucha (Rodentia, Muridae) in Agroecosystems of Central Argentina." Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 34 (1999): 129-136.

Briani, D. C., E. M. Vieira, and M. V. Vieira. "Nests and Nesting Sites of Brazilian Forest Rodents (Nectomys squamipes and Oryzomys intermedius) as Revealed by a Spool-and-line Device." Acta Theriologica 46 (2001): 331-334.

Castellarini, F., H. L. Agnelli, and J. J. Polop. "Study on the Diet and Feeding Preferences of Calomys venustus (Rodentia, Muridae)." Mastozoología Neotropical 5 (1998): 5-11.

Cittadino, E. A., D. N. Bilenca, M. Busch, and F. O. Kravetz. "Characteristics of Dispersing Pampean Grassland Mice (Akodon azarae) in Agroecosystems of Central Argentina." Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 37 (2002): 1-7.

Cook, W. M., R. M. Timm, and D. E. Hyman. "Swimming Ability in Three Costa Rican Dry Forest Rodents." Revista de Biología Tropical 49 (2001): 1177-1181.

"Rediscovery of Rodents (genus Nesoryzomys) Considered Extinct in the Galápagos Islands." Oryx 34 (2000): 109-117.

Emmons, L. H. "Two New species of Juscelinomys (Rodentia: Muridae) from Bolivia." American Museum Novitates 3280 (1999): 1-15.

Ernest, K. A., and M. A. Mares. "Ecology of Nectomys squamipes, the Neotropical Water Rat, in Central Brazil: Home Range, Habitat Selection, Reproduction and Behaviour." Journal of Zoology (London) 210 (1986): 599-612.

Gentile, R., P. S. DáAndrea, and R. Cerqueira. "Home Ranges of Philander frenata and Akodon cursor in a Brazilian Restinga (Coastal Shrubland)." Mastozoología Neotropical 4 (1997): 105-112.

Gregory, M. J., and G. N. Cameron. "Scent Communication and Its Association with Dominance Behavior in the Hispid Cotton Rat (Sigmodon hispidus)." Journal of Mammalogy 70 (1989): 10-17.

Jaksic, F. M., and M. Lima. "Myths and Facts on Ratadas: Bamboo Blooms, Rainfall Peaks and Rodent Outbreaks in South America." Austral Ecology 28 (2003): in press.

Laconi, M. R., and A. Castro-Vázquez. "Precopulatory Fighting and Other Aggressive Interactions During Mating Encounters in the Corn Mouse, Calomys musculinus (Muridae, Sigmodontinae)." Mastozoología Neotropical 5(1998): 21-28.

Luna, L., and B. D. Patterson. "A Remarkable New Mouse (Muridae: Sigmodontinae) from Southeastern Peru: With Comments on the Affinities of Rhagomys rufescens (Thomas, 1886)." Fieldiana, Zoology, new series 101 (2003): 1-24.

Mann, G. "Mamíferos de Tarapacá." Biológica 2 (1945): 23-98.

Pardiñas, U. F. J. "Fossil murids: Taxonomy, Paleoecology, and Paleoenvironments." Quaternary of South America and Antarctic Peninsula 12 (1999): 225-254.

-. "Tafonomía de microvertebrados en yacimientos arqueológicos de Patagonia (Argentina)." Arqueología 9 (2000): 265-340.

Pardiñas, U. F. J., G. DáElía, and P. E. Ortiz. "Sigmodontinos fósiles (Rodentia, Muroidea, Sigmodontinae) de América del Sur: estado actual del conocimiento y prospectiva." Mastozoología Neotropical 9 (2002): in press.

Pearson, O. P. "Mammals in the Highlands of Southern Peru." Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 106 (1951): 117-174.

Pearson, O. P., S. Martin, and J. Bellati. "Demography and Reproduction of the Silky Desert Mouse (Eligmodontia) in Argentina." Fieldiana, Zoology, new series 39 (1987): 433-446.

Reig, O. A. "A Proposed Unified Nomenclature for the Enameled Components of the Molar Teeth of the Cricetidae (Rodentia)." Journal Of Zoology (London) 181 (1977): 227-241.

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