Librarian Files

Mammals-- Pima County

Note: a few of the listed species, like the Grizzly Bear, are no longer found in Pima County due to local extinction, or extirpation.   See the link in the source for more information.

Common Name
Genus & Species
Abert's squirrel
Sciurus aberti    
Antelope jackrabbit
Lepus alleni    
Arizona cotton rat
Sigmodon arizonae    
Arizona gray squirrel
Sciurus arizonensis    
Arizona pocket mouse
Perognathus amplus    
Arizona shrew
Sorex arizonae    
Badger
Taxidea taxus    
Bailey's pocket mouse
Chaetodipus baileyi    
Banner-tailed kangaroo rat
Dipodomys spectabilis    
Beaver
Castor canadensis
Big brown bat
Eptesicus fuscus pallidus    
Big free-tailed bat
Tadarida macrotis    
Black bear
Ursus americanus    
Black-tailed jackrabbit
Lepus californicus    
Bobcat
Lynx rufus    
Botta's pocket gopher
Thomomys bottae    
Brazilian free-tailed bat
Tadarida brasiliensis    
Brush mouse
Peromyscus boylii    
Cactus mouse
Peromyscus eremicus    
California leaf-nosed bat
Macrotus californicus    
California myotis
Myotis californicus stephensi    
Canyon mouse
Peromyscus crinitus desparilis    
Cave myotis
Myotis velifer    
Cliff chipmunk
Tamias dorsalis    
Coati
Nasua narica    
Collared peccary
Pecari tajacu    
Coyote
Canis latrans    
Deer mouse
Peromyscus maniculatus    
Desert bighorn
Ovis canadensis mexicana    
Desert cottontail
Sylvilagus audubonii    
Desert pocket mouse
Chaetodipus penicillatus    
Desert shrew
Notiosorex crawfordi    
Desert woodrat
Neotoma lepida auripila    
Domestic cat 
Felis catus  
Domestic cow
Bos taurus  
Feral dog
Canis familiaris  
Feral pig
Sus scrofa  
Fringed myotis
Myotis thysanodes    
Fulvous harvest mouse
Reithrodontomys fulvescens    
Gray fox
Urocyon cinereoargenteus    
Greater western mastiff bat
Eumops perotis californicus     
Grizzly bear
Ursus arctos
Harris' antelope ground squirrel
Ammospermophilus harrisi    
Hoary bat
Lasiurus cinereus    
Hooded skunk
Mephitis macroura    
House mouse
Mus musculus    
Jaguar
Panthera onca    
Kit fox
Vulpes macrotis macrotis    
Lesser long-nosed bat
Leptonycteris curasoae yerbabuena    
Long-legged myotis
Myotis volans    
Merriam's kangaroo rat
Dipodomys merriami    
Merriam's mouse
Peromyscus merriami    
Mexican gray wolf
Canis lupus baileyi Y  
Mexican long-tongued bat
Choeronycteris mexicana    
Mexican opossum
Didelphis marupialis var. mexicana    
Mexican woodrat
Neotoma mexicana    
Mountain lion
Felis concolor    
Mule deer
Odocoileus hemionus    
Muskrat
Ondatra zibethicus
North American porcupine
Erethizon dorsatum    
Occult little brown bat
Myotis lucifugus occultus    
Ocelot
Felis pardalis    
Pale Townsend's big-eared bat
Plecotus townsendii pallescens    
Pallid bat
Antrozous pallidus pallidus    
Pinacate cactus mouse
Peromyscus eremicus papagensis    
Pocketed free-tailed bat
Nyctinomops femorosacca    
Raccoon
Procyon lotor    
Ringtail cat
Bassariscus astutus    
Rock mouse
Peromyscus difficilis    
Rock pocket mouse
Chaetodipus intermedius    
Rock squirrel
Spermophilus variegatus    
Round-tailed ground squirrel
Spermophilus tereticaudus neglectus
Silver-haired bat
Lasionycteris noctivagans    
Sonoran pronghorn
Antilocapra americana sonoriensis    
Southern grasshopper mouse
Onychomys torridus torridus    
Southern yellow bat
Lasiurus xanthinus = ega    
Southwestern myotis
Myotis auriculus    
Striped skunk
Mephitis mephitis    
Underwood's mastiff bat
Eumops underwoodi    
Virginia opossum
Didelphis virginiana    
Western harvest mouse
Reithrodontomys megalotis    
Western red bat
Lasiurus blossevillii    
Western small-footed myotis
Myotis ciliolabrum    
Western spotted skunk
Spilogale gracilis    
White-backed hog-nosed skunk
Conepatus mesoleucus    
Whitetail deer
Odocoileus virginianus    
White-throated woodrat
Neotoma albigula    
Yellow-nosed cotton rat
Sigmodon ochrognathus
Yuma myotis
Myotis yumanensis    

Source:
Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan:  http://www.pima.gov/cmo/sdcp/species/mammal.html
 

Article tagged with: Mammals

Last Update: 7-7-2014 12:02pm

<< Back
Pima County Website