Baird, S.F., 1857. Mammals. In Reports of explorations and surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Beverly Tucker Printer, 8: 1-757.

Bonadio, C. 2000. "Neotoma fuscipes." Animal Diversity Web.<>. Accessed 24 March, 2014.                                               

Donat, F. 1933. Notes on the life history and behavior of Neotoma fuscipes. Journal of Mammology 14: 19-26.

Dusky-footed Woodrat. <>. Accessed 15 March 2014.

Domain Eukarya. Sidwell Education. <>. Accessed 7 April, 2014.

Encyclopedia of Life. "Neotoma fuscipes". <>. Accessed 25 March, 2014.

Innes, R.J., D.H. Van Vuren, D.A. Klet, M.L. Johnson, J.A.Wilson, and P.A. Stine. Habitat associations of dusky-        footed woodrats (Neotoma fuscipes) in mixed conifer forest of the northern Sierra Nevada. Journal of Mammalogy 88: 1523-1531.

McEachern, M.B., R. L. McElreath, D.H. Van Vuren and J.M. Eadie. 2009. Another geneetically promiscuous 'polygynous' mammal: mating system variation in Neotoma fuscipes. Animal Behavior 77: 449-455.

National Wildlife Federation. "Dusky-footed Woodrat" 2012. <>. Accessed 1 April, 2014.

Neotoma fuscipes:
Dusky-footed Woodrat 2000.<>. Accessed 15 March 2014.

United States Fauna. "Dusky-footed Woodrat (Neotoma fuscipes)" 2004. <>. Accessed 24 March, 2014.

The Website of Everything. 2011. Dusky-footed woodrat pictures and facts. <>. Accessed 28 March, 2014.

Wallen, K. 1982. Social organization in the dusky-footed woodrat (Neotoma fuscipies): a field and laboratory study. Animal Behavior 30: 1171-1182.

Home                                                                                                                                                        Contact Us
Gabriella Tuminello and Emma Conway of the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse. Bio 203 - Spring 2014