ORDER LAGOMORPHA

 

Young, J. W., R. Danczak, G. A. Russo, and C. D. Fellmann. 2014. Limb bone morphology, bone strength, and cursoriality in lagomorphs. Journal of Anatomy 225:403-418.

 

FAMILY LEPORIDAE

 

GENUS BRACHYLAGUS; Brachylagus idahoensis

 

Camp, M. J., J. L. Rachlow, B. A. Woods, T. R. Johnson, and L. A. Shipley. 2013. Examining functional components of cover: the relationship between concealment and visibility in shrub-steppe habitat.  Ecosphere 4 (Article 19): http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES12-00114.1

 

DeMay, S. M., P. A. Becker, C. A. Eidson, J. L. Rachlow, T. R. Johnson, and L. P. Waits. 2013. Evaluating DNA degradation rates in faecal pellets of the endangered pygmy rabbit. Molecular Ecology Resources 13:654-662.

 

Woods, B. A. J. A. Rachlow, S. C. Bunting, T. R. Johnson, and K. Bocking. 2013. Managing high-elevation sagebrush steppe: Do conifer encroachment and prescribed fire affect habitat for pygmy rabbits? Rangeland Ecology & Management 66:462-471.

 

Scarlata, C. D., B. A. Elias, J. R. Godwin, R. A. Powell, D. Shepherdson, L. A. Shipley, and J. L. Brown. 2013. Influence of environmental conditions and facility on faecal glucocorticoid concentrations in captive pygmy rabbits (Brachylagus idahoensis). Animal Welfare 22:357-368.

 

Lawes, T. J., R. G. Anthony, W. D. Robinson, J. T. Forbes, and G. A. Lorton. 2013. Movements and settlement site selection of pygmy rabbits after experimental translocation. Journal of Wildlife Management 77:1170-1181.

 

Elias, B. A., L. A. Shipley, S. McCusker, R. D. Sayler, and T. R. Johnson. 2013. Effects of genetic management on reproduction, growth, and survival in captive endangered pygmy rabbits (Brachylagus idahoensis). Journal of Mammalogy 94:1282-1292.

 

Camp, M. J., J. L. Rachlow, L. A. Shipley, T. R. Johnson, and K. Bocking. 2014.  Grazing in sagebrush rangelands in western North America: implications for habitat quality for a sagebrush specialist, the pygmy rabbit. Rangeland Journal 36:151-159.

 

Estes-Zumpf, W. A., S. E. Zumpf, J. L. Rachlow, J. R. Adams, and L. P. Waits. 2014. Genetic evidence confirms the presence of pygmy rabbits in Colorado. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5:118-123.

 

Ulappa, A. C., R. G. Kelsey, G. G. Frye, J. L. Rachlow, L. A. Shipley, L. Bond, X. Pu, and J. S. Forbey. 2014. Plant protein and secondary metabolites influence diet selection in a mammalian specialist herbivore.  Journal of Mammalogy 95:834-842.

 

Rachlow, J. L., R. M. Peter, L. A. Shipley, and T. R. Johnson. 2014. Sublethal effects of capture and collaring on wildlife: experimental and field evidence.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:458-465.

 

Edgel, R. J., J. L. Pierce, and R. T. Larsen. 2014. Pygmy rabbit (Brachylagus idahoensis) habitat selection: does sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) age influence selection?  Western North American Naturalist 74:145-154.

 

Germaine, S., D. Ignizio, D. Keinath, and H. Copland. 2014. Predicting occupancy for pygmy rabbits in Wyoming: An independent evaluation of two species distribution models.  Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5:298-314.

 

GENUS BUNOLAGUS; Bunolagus monticularis

 

GENUS CAPROLAGUS; Caprolagus hispidus

 

Tandan, P., K. Karki, B. Dhakal, and A. Aryal. 2013. Tropical grasslands supporting the endangered hispid hare (Caprolagus hispidus) population in the Bardia National Park, Nepal. Current Science 105:691-694.

 

GENUS LEPUS

 

Lepus

 

Melo-Ferreira, J., J. Vilela, M. M. Fonseca, R. R. da Fonseca, P. Boursot, and P. C. Alves. 2014. The elusive nature of adaptive mitochondrial DNA evolution of an Arctic lineage prone to frequent introgression. Genome Biology and Evolution 9:886-896.

 

Lepus alleni

 

Lepus americanus

 

Mills, L. S., M. Zimova, J. Oyler, S. Running, J. Abatzoglou, and P. Lukacs.  2013.  Camouflage mismatch in seasonal coat color due to decreased snow duration.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110:7360-7365.

 

Abele, S. L., A. J. Wirsing, and D. L. Murray. 2013. Precommercial forest thinning alters abundance but not survival of snowshoe hares. Journal of Wildlife Management 77:84-92.

 

Osburn, D. J., and M. J. Cramer. 2013. Foraging response of Erethizon dorsatum and Lepus americanus to specialized and generalized predator scents. American Midland Naturalist 169:66-73.

 

 Ellsworth, E., A. J. Wirsing, L. A. Shipley, and. D. L. Murray.  2013. Do measures of plant intake and digestibility from captive feeding trials align with foraging patterns of free-ranging snowshoe hares? Wildlife Research 40:349-357.

 

Simons-Legaard, E. M., D. J. Harrison, W. B. Krohn, and J. H. Vashon. 2013. Canada lynx occurrence and forest management in the Acadian Forest. Journal of Wildlife Management 77:567-578.

 

Thornton, D. H., A. J. Wirsing, J. D. Roth, and D. L. Murray. 2013. Habitat quality and population density drive occupancy dynamics of snowshoe hare in variegated landscapes. Ecography 36:610-621.

 

Krebs, C.J., K. Kielland, J. Bryant, M. O’Donoghue, F. Doyle, C. McIntyre, D.DiFolco, N. Berg, S. Carriere, R. Boonstra, S. Boutin, A. J. Kenney, D. G. Reid, K. Bodony, J. Putera, H. K. Timm, and T. Burken  2013. Synchrony in the snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus) cycle in northwestern North America, 1970-2012. Canadian Journal of Zoology 91:562-572.

 

Yan, C., N. C. Stenseth, C. J. Krebs, and Z. Zhang. 2013. Linking climate change to population cycles of hares and lynx. Global Change Biology 19:3263-3271.

 

Krebs, C. J., R. Boonstra, S. Boutin, A. R. E. Sinclair, J. N. M. Smith, B. S. Gilbert, K. Martin, M. O'Donoghue, and R. Turkington. 2014. Trophic dynamics of the boreal forests of the Kluane region. Arctic 67: Supplement 1:71-81.

 

Selas, V. 2014. Linking '10-year' herbivore cycles to the lunisolar oscillation: the cosmic ray hypothesis. Oikos 123:194-202.

 

Allard-Duchene, A., D. Pothier, A. Dupuch, and D. Fortin. 2014. Temporal changes in habitat use by snowshoe hares and red squirrels during post-fire and post-logging forest succession. Forest Ecology and Management 313:17-25.

 

Peers, M. J. L., M. Wehtje, D. H. Thornton, and D. L. Murray.  2014. Prey switching as a means of enhancing persistence in predators at the trailing southern edge. Global Change Biology 20:1126-1135.

 

Ivan, J. S., G. C. White, and T. M. Shenk. 2014. Density and demography of snowshoe hares in central Colorado. Journal of Wildlife Management 78:580-594.

 

Bowler, B., C. Krebs, M. O'Donoghue, and J. Hone. 2014. Climatic amplification of the numerical response of a predator population to its prey. Ecology 95:1153-1161.

 

Zimova, M., L. S. Mills, P. M. Lukacs, and M. S. Mitchell. 2014. Snowshoe hares display limited phenotypic plasticity to mismatch in seasonal camouflage. Proceedings of the Royal society B-Biological Sciences 281: DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2014.0029.

 

Cheng, E., K. E. Hodges, J. Melo-Ferreira, P. C. Alves, and L. S. Mills. 2014. Conservation implications of the evolutionary history and genetic diversity hotspots of the snowshoe hare. Molecular Ecology 23:2929-2942.

 

Montgomery, R. A., G. J. Roloff, J. J. Millspaugh, and M. Nylen-Nemetchek. 2014. Living amidst a sea of agriculture: predicting the occurrence of Canada lynx within an ecological island. Wildlife Biology 20:145-154.

 

Feierabend, D., and K.Kielland. 2014. Movements, activity patterns, and habitat use of snowshoe hares (Lepus americanus) in interior Alaska. Journal of Mammalogy 95:525-533.

 

Melo-Ferreira, J., F. A. Seixas, E. Cheng, L. S. Mills, and P. C. Alves.  2014. The hidden history of the snowshoe hare, Lepus americanus: extensive mitochondrial DNA introgression inferred from multilocus genetic variation. Molecular Ecology 23:4617-4630.

 

Lepus arcticus

 

Lepus brachyurus

 

Saito, M., and F. Koike. 2013. Distribution of Wild Mammal Assemblages along an Urban-Rural-Forest Landscape Gradient in Warm-Temperate East Asia. PLOS ONE 8 (Article e65464): DOI: 10.1111/bij.12245.

 

Nunome, M., G. Kinoshita, M. Tomozawa, H. Torii, R. Matsuki, F. Yamada, Y. Matsuda, and H. Suzuki. 2014. Lack of association between winter coat colour and genetic population structure in the Japanese hare, Lepus brachyurus (Lagomorpha: Leporidae). Journal of the Linnean Society 111:761-776.

 

Lepus californicus

 

Lepus callotis

 

Lepus capensis

 

Puggioni, G., P. Cavadini, C. Maestrale, R. Scivoli, G. Botti, C. Ligios, G. Le Gall-Recule, A. Lavazza, and L. Capucci. 2013. The new French 2010 Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus causes an RHD-like disease in the Sardinian Cape hare (Lepus capensis mediterraneus). Veterinary Research 44 (Article 96): DOI: 10.1186/1297-9716-44-96.

 

Demirbas, Y., and I. Albayrak. 2014. The taxonomic status and geographic distribution of the European hare (Lepus europaeus Pallas, 1778) in Turkey (Mammalia: Lagomorpha). Turkish Journal of Zoology 38:119-130.

 

Lepus castroviejoi

 

Acevedo, P., J. Melo-Ferreira, R. Real, and P. C. Alves. 2014. Evidence for niche similarities in the allopatric sister species Lepus castroviejoi and Lepus corsicanus. Journal of Biogeography 41:977-986.

 

Lepus comus

 

Lepus coreanus

 

Lepus corsicanus

 

Acevedo, P., J. Melo-Ferreira, R. Real, and P. C. Alves. 2014. Evidence for niche similarities in the allopatric sister species Lepus castroviejoi and Lepus corsicanus. Journal of Biogeography 41:977-986.

 

Freschi, P., S. Fascetti, M. Musto, E. Mallia, A.. C. Blasi, C. Cosentino, and R. Paolino. 2014. Diet of the Apennine hare in a southern Italy Regional Park. European Journal of Wildlife Research 60:423-430.

 

Camarda A., N. Pugliese, P. Cavadini, E. Circella, L. Capucci, A. Caroli, M. Legretto, E. Mallia, and A.  Lavazza. 2014. Detection of the new emerging rabbit hemorrhagic disease type 2 virus (RHDV2) in Sicily from rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) and Italian hare (Lepus corsicanus). Research in Veterinary Science (In Press).  http://dx.doi.org/doi: 10.1016/j.rvsc.2014.10.008.

 

Lepus europaeus

 

Lopes, A. M., D. Gavier-Widen, G. Le Gall-Recule, P. J. Esteves, and J. Abrantes. 2013. Complete coding sequences of European brown hare syndrome virus (EBHSV) strains isolated in 1982 in Sweden. Archives of Virology 159:2193-2196.

 

Kamieniarz, R., U. Voigt, M. Panek, E. Strauss, and H. Niewęgłowski. 2013. The effect of landscape structure on the distribution of brown hare Lepus europaeus in farmlands of Germany and Poland. Acta Theriologica 58:39-46.

 

Beukovic, M., D. Beukovic, Z. Popovic, N. Đorđević, and M.Đorđević. 2013. Impact of climatic factors to the percentage of young in the population of brown hare (Lepus europaeus P.) in the Backa District. Acta Veterinaria-Beograd. 63:111-122.

 

Demirbas, Y., I. Albayrak, and A. Yilmaz. 2013. Studies of ecomorphological variations of the European hare (Lepus europaeus) in Turkey. Archives of Biological Sciences 65:559-56.

 

 Bertolino, S., N. C. di Montezemolo, and A. Perrone. 2013. Habitat use of coexisting introduced eastern cottontail and native European hare. Mammalian Biology 78:235-240.

 

Zaccaroni, M., N. Biliotti, A. Buccianti, S. Calieria, M. Ferrettic, M. Genghinid, F. Rigad, V. Trocchid, and F. Dessì-Fulgheria. 2013. Winter locomotor activity patterns of European hares (Lepus europaeus). Mammalian Biology 78:482-485.

 

Spyrou, V., C. Stamatis, P. Birtsas, V. Psychas, K. Manolakou, C. Billinis, and Z. Mamuris. 2013. Evidence for European brown hare syndrome virus introduction with translocated brown hares (Lepus europaeus): implications for management of restocking operations. Wildlife research 40:545-551.

 

Antoniou, A., A. Magoulas, P. Platis, and G. Kotoulas. 2013. Assessing the genetic landscape of a contact zone: the case of European hare in northeastern Greece. Genetica 141:23-40.

 

Reus, M. L., B. Peco, C. de los Rios, S. M. Giannoni, and C. M. Campos. 2013. Trophic interactions between two medium-sized mammals: the case of the native Dolichotis patagonum and the exotic Lepus europaeus in a hyper-arid ecosystem. Acta Theriologica 58:205-214.

 

Petrovan, S. O., A. I. Ward, and P. M. Wheeler. 2013. Habitat selection guiding agri-environment schemes for a farmland specialist, the brown hare. Animal Conservation 16:344-352.

 

Schai-Braun, S. C., D. Weber, and K. Hackländer. 2013. Spring and autumn habitat preferences of active European hares (Lepus europaeus) in an agricultural area with low hare density. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59:387-397.

 

Misiorowska, M. 2013. Annual and seasonal home range and distances of movements of released hares (Lepus europaeus Pallas, 1778) in Central Poland. Folia Zoologica 62:133-142.

 

Galende, G. I., and E. Raffaele. 2013. Foraging behavior and spatial use of a rock specialist: the southern vizcacha (Lagidium viscacia), and the exotic European hare (Lepus europaeus) in rocky outcrops of northwestern Patagonia, Argentina. Acta Theriologica 58:305-313.

 

Panek, M. 2013. Long-term changes in the feeding pattern of red foxes Vulpes vulpes and their predation on brown hares Lepus europaeus in western Poland. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59:581-586.

 

Schroeder, K., B. Drews, K. Roellig, F. Goeritz, and T. B. Hildebrandt. 2013. Embryonic resorption in context to intragestational corpus luteum regression: A longitudinal ultrasonographic study in the European brown hare (Lepus europaeus Pallas, 1778). Theriogenology 80479-486.

 

Iacovakis, C., Z. Mamuris, K. A. Moutou, et al. 2013. Polarisation of major histocompatibility complex II host genotype with pathogenesis of European brown hare syndrome virus. PLOS ONE 8 (Article e74360):  DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0074360.

 

Green, K., N. E. Davis, W. A. Robinson, J. McAullife, and R. B. Good. 2013. Diet selection by European hares (Lepus europaeus) in the alpine zone of the Snowy Mountains, Australia. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59:693-703.

 

Wuczynski, A., and Z. Jakubiec. 2013. Mortality of game mammals caused by an extreme flooding event in south-western Poland. Natural Hazards 69:85-97.

 

Pinheiro, A., I. G. Fernandez de Mera, P. C. Alves, C. Gortázar, J. de la Fuente, and P. J. Esteves. 2013. Sequencing of modern Lepus VDJ genes shows that the usage of VHn genes has been retained in both Oryctolagus and Lepus that diverged 12 million years ago. Immunogenetics 65:777-784.

 

Green, K., and C. Pickering. 2013. Limited effect of hare grazing and short-term climatic variations on the most common alpine vegetation community in the Snowy Mountains, Australia. Plant Ecology & Diversity 6: Special Issue: S1:511-522.

 

Canu, A., M. Scandura, S. Luchetti, A. Cossu, L. Iacolina, M. Bazzanti, and M. Apollino. 2013. Influence of management regime and population history on genetic diversity and population structure of brown hares (Lepus europaeus) in an Italian province. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59:783-793.

 

Köhler, D. 2013. Beobachtungen zum Meerwassertrinken und zur Ethologie des Feldhasen (Lepus europaeus) auf der Vogelinsel “NSG Kangenwerder.” Säugetierkundliche Informationen 9:71-85.

 

Köhler, D. 2013. Der Feldhase (Lepus europaeus) – ein unerwarteter Einwanderer in den urbanen Siedlungsraum. Beiträge zur Jagd- und Wildforschung 38:201-215.

 

Gantchoff, M. G., J. L. Belant, and A. Masson. 2014. Occurrence of invasive mammals in southern Nahuel Huapi National Park. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 48:175-182.

 

Demirbas, Y. and I. Albayrak. 2014. The taxonomic status and geographic distribution of the European hare (Lepus europaeus Pallas, 1778) in Turkey (Mammalia: Lagomorpha). Turkish Journal of Zoology 38:119-130.

 

Santilli, F., G. Paci, and M. Bagliacca. 2014. Winter habitat selection by the European hare (Lepus europaeus) during feeding activity in a farmland area of southern Tuscany (Italy). Hystrix-Italian Journal of Mammalogy 25:51-53.

 

Avril, A., J. Letty, Y. Leonard, and D. Pontier. 2014. Exploration forays in juvenile European hares (Lepus europaeus): dispersal preludes or hunting-induced troubles? BMC Ecology 14 (Article 6): DOI: 10.1186/1472-6785-14-6.

 

Melo-Ferreira, J., L.Farelo, H. Freitas, F. Suchentrunk, P. Boursot, and P. C. Alves. 2014. Home-loving boreal hare mitochondria survived several invasions in Iberia: the relative roles of recurrent hybridisation and allele surfing.  Heredity 112:265-273.

 

Schai-Braun, S. C., and K. Hackländer. 2014. Home range use by the European hare (Lepus europaeus) in a structurally diverse agricultural landscape analysed at a fine temporal scale. Acta Theriologica 59:277-287.

 

Tizzani, P., A. Menzano, A. Dematteis, 2014. Methodological problems related to spotlight count as a census technique for Lepus europaeus in an alpine environment. Acta Theriologica 59:271-276.

 

Meichtry-Stier, K. S., M. Jenny, J. Zellweger-Fischer, and S. Birrer. 2014. Impact of landscape improvement by agri-environment scheme options on densities of characteristic farmland bird species and brown hare (Lepus europaeus). Agricultural Ecosystems & Environment 189:101-109.

 

Koutsogiannouli, E. A., K. A. Moutou, C. Stamatis, L. Walter, and Z. Mamuris. 2014. Genetic variation in the major histocompatibility complex of the European brown hare (Lepus europaeus) across distinct phylogeographic areas. Immunogenetics 66:379-392.

 

Lush, L., A. I. Ward, and P. Wheeler. 2014. Opposing effects of agricultural intensification on two ecologically similar species. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 192:61-66.

 

Pintur, K., N. Dancevic, I. Stedul, N. Popovic, and V. Slijepcevic. 2014. Craniometric features of European hare (Lepus europaeus Pall.) from North-west Croatia and the island of Vir. Veterinarski Arhiv, 84:387-400.

 

Sanz-Martin, M. J., A. Estonba, C. Manzano, M. Iriondo, G. Pérez-Suárez, A. Fernández, and F. Palacios. 2014. Genetic structure of brown and Iberian hare populations in northern Iberia: Implications for conservation of genetic diversity. Journal of Wildlife Management 78:632-644.

 

Puig, S., M. I. Cona, F. Videla, and E. Mendez. 2014. Dietary overlap of coexisting exotic brown hare (Lepus europaeus) and endemic mara (Dolichotis patagonum) in Northern Patagonia (Mendoza, Argentina). Mammalia 78:315-326.

 

Caravaggi, A., W. I. Montgomery, and N. Reid. 2014. Range expansion and comparative habitat use of insular, congeneric lagomorphs: invasive European hares Lepus europaeus and native Irish hares Lepus timidus hibernicus. Biological Invasions (in press): DOI 10.1007/s10530-014-0759-1.

 

Chiari, M., N. Ferrari, D. Giardiello, D. Avisani, M. Zanoni, L. G. Alborali, V. Guberti, L. Capucci, and A.  Lavazza. 2014. European Brown Hare Syndrome (EBHS): Effect of density and the temporal dynamics of infection in wild European brown hares (Lepus europaeus). European Journal Wildlife Diseases (In Press): DOI 10.1007/s10344-014-0856-6

 

Lopes, A., L. Capucci, D. Gavier-Widén, G. Le Gall-Reculé, E. Brocchi, I. Barbieri, A. Quéméner, J. Le Pendu, J. I. Geoghegan, E. Holmes, P. Esteves, and J. Abrantes. 2014. Molecular evolution and antigenic variation of European brown hare syndrome virus (EBHSV). Virology 468-470:104-112.

 

Lepus fagani

 

Lepus flavigularis

 

Lepus granatensis

 

Melo-Ferreira, J., L.Farelo, H. Freitas, F. Suchentrunk, P. Boursot, and P. C. Alves. 2014. Home-loving boreal hare mitochondria survived several invasions in Iberia: the relative roles of recurrent hybridisation and allele surfing.  Heredity 112:265-273.

 

Seixas, F. A., J. Juste, P. F. Campos, M. Carneiro, N. Ferrand, P. C. Alves, and J. Melo-Ferreira. 2014. Colonization history of Mallorca Island by the European rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, and the Iberian hare, Lepus granatensis (Lagomorpha: Leporidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111:748-760.

 

Sanz-Martin, M. J., A. Estonba, C. Manzano, M. Iriondo, G. Pérez-Suárez, A. Fernández, and F. Palacios. 2014. Genetic structure of brown and Iberian hare populations in northern Iberia: Implications for conservation of genetic diversity. Journal of Wildlife Management 78:632-644.

 

Lopes, A. M., S. Marques, E. Silva, M.J. Magalhaes, A. Pinheiro, P. C. Alves, J. Le Pendu, P. J. Esteves, G. Thompson, and J. Abrantes. 2014. Detection of RHDV strains in the Iberian hare (Lepus granatensis): earliest evidence of rabbit lagovirus cross-species infection. Veterinary Research 45 (Article 94): DOI: 10.1186/s13567-014-0094-7.

 

Lepus habessinicus

 

Lepus hainanus

 

Lepus insularis

 

Lepus mandshuricus

 

Lepus macrotis

 

Lepus nigricollis

 

Lepus oiostolus

 

Lepus othus

 

Lepus peguensis

 

Lepus saxatilis

 

Lepus sinensis

 

Lepus starcki

 

Lepus tibetanus

 

Lepus timidus

 

Bisi, F., M. Nodari, N. M. D. S. Oliveira, F. Ossi, E. Masseroni, D. G. Preatoni, L. A. Wauters and A. Martinoli.  2013. Habitat selection and activity patterns in Alpine mountain hare (Lepus timidus varronis). Mammalian Biology 78:28-33.

 

Rehnus, M., L. Marconi, K. Hackländer, and F. Filli. 2013. Seasonal changes in habitat use and feeding strategy of the mountain hare (Lepus timidus) in the Central Alps. Hystrix – Italian Journal of Mammalogy 24:161-165.

 

Lopes, A. M., D. Gavier-Widen, G. Le Gall-Recule, P. J. Esteves, and J. Abrantes. 2013. Complete coding sequences of European brown hare syndrome virus (EBHSV) strains isolated in 1982 in Sweden. Archives of Virology 159:2193-2196.

 

Knipe, A., P. A. Fowler, S. Ramsay, D. T. Haydon, A. S. McNeilly, S. Thirgood, and S. Newey. 2013. The effects of population density on the breeding performance of mountain hare Lepus timidus. Wildlife Biology 19:473-482.

 

Rehnus, M., M. Wehrle, and R. Palme. 2014. Mountain hares Lepus timidus and tourism: stress events and reactions. Journal of Applied Ecology 51:6-12.

 

Caravaggi, A., W. I. Montgomery, and N. Reid. 2014. Range expansion and comparative habitat use of insular, congeneric lagomorphs: invasive European hares Lepus europaeus and native Irish hares Lepus timidus hibernicus. Biological Invasions (in press): DOI 10.1007/s10530-014-0759-1.

 

Lepus tolai

 

Lepus townsendii

 

Lepus victoriae

 

Lepus yarkandensis

 

GENUS NESOLAGUS

 

Nesolagus netscheri

 

Nesolagus timminsi

 

GENUS ORYCTOLAGUS; Oryctolagus cuniculus

 

Le Gall-Reculé, G., A. Lavazza, S. Bertagnoli , F. Zwingelstein, P. Cavadini, N. Martinelli, G. Lombardi, J-L. Guérin, E. Lemaitre, A. Decors, S. Marchandeau, L. Capucci. 2013. Emergence of a new lagovirus related to Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease virus. Veterinary Research 44:81. DOI: 10.1186/1297-9716-44-812013.

 

Guerrero-Casado, J., L. Ruiz-Aizpurua, and F. S. Tortosa. 2013. The short-term effect of total predation exclusion on wild rabbit abundance in restocking plots. Acta Theriologica 58:415-418.

 

Pinheiro, A., I. G. Fernandez de Mera, P. C. Alves, C. Gortázar, J. de la Fuente, and P. J. Esteves. 2013. Sequencing of modern Lepus VDJ genes shows that the usage of VHn genes has been retained in both Oryctolagus and Lepus that diverged 12 million years ago. Immunogenetics 65:777-784.

 

Peacock, D., and I. Abbott. 2013. The role of quoll (Dasyurus) predation in the outcome of pre-1900 introductions of rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) to the mainland and islands of Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 61:206-280.

 

Dominguez-Cebrian, I., and F. J. De Miguel. 2013. Selected factors influencing the spatial relationship between latrines and burrows in rabbits Oryctolagus cuniculus (L.) in a suburban area of Madrid (Spain). Polish Journal of Ecology 61:819-823.

 

Planillo, A., and J. E. Maio. 2013. Motorway verges: Paradise for prey species? A case study with the European rabbit. Mammalian Biology 78:187-192.

 

Guerrero-Casado, J., J. Letty, and F. S. Tortosa. 2013. European rabbit restocking: a critical review in accordance with IUCN (1998) guidelines for re-introduction. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 36:177-185.

 

Barrio, I. C., C. G. Bueno, R. Villafuerte, and F. S. Tortosa. 2013. Rabbits, weeds and crops: Can agricultural intensification promote wildlife conflicts in semiarid agro-ecosystems? Journal of Arid Environments 90:1-4.

 

Kontsiotis, V. J., D. E. Bakaloudis, P. Xofis, N. Konstantaras, N. Petrakis, and A. Tsiompanoudis. 2013. Modeling the distribution of wild rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) on a Mediterranean island. Ecological Research 28:317-325.

 

Cooke, B., P. Chudleigh, S. Simpson, and G. Saunders. 2013. The economic benefits of the biological control of rabbits in Australia, 1950-2011. Australian Economic History Review 53:91-107.

 

Fa, J. E., J. R. Stewart, L. Lloveras, and J. M. Vargas. 2013. Rabbits and hominin survival in Iberia. Journal of Human Evolution 64:233-241.

 

Hoehn, M., P. Kerr, and T. Strive. 2013. In situ hybridisation assay for localisation of rabbit calicivirus Australia-1 (RCV-A1) in European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) tissues. Journal of Virological Methods 188:148-152.

 

Carneiro, M., S. J. Baird, S. Afonso, et al. 2013. Steep clines within a highly permeable genome across a hybrid zone between two subspecies of the European rabbit. Molecular Ecology 22:2511-2525.

 

Antonio Rios-Saldana, C., M. Delibes-Mateos, F. Castro. E. Martinez, J. M. Vargas, B. D. Cooke, and R. Villafuerte. 2013. Control of the European rabbit in central Spain. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59:573-580.

 

Boag, B., A. D. Hernandez, and I. M. Cattadori. 2013. Observations on the epidemiology and interactions between myxomatosis, coccidiosis and helminth parasites in a wild rabbit population in Scotland. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59:557-562.

 

Kontsiotis, V. J., D. E. Bakaloudis, and A. C. Tsiompanoudis. 2013. Key factors determining the seasonal population growth rate of European wild rabbits and their implications for management. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59:495-503.

 

Rubio, A. V., R. Alvarado, and C. Bonacic. 2013. Introduced European rabbit as main prey of the native carnivore culpeo fox (Lycalopex culpaeus) in disturbed ecosystems of central Chile. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 48:89-94.

 

Lozano, J., E. Virgos, and S. Cabezas-Diaz. 2013. Monitoring European wildcat Felis silvestris populations using scat surveys in central Spain: are population trends related to wild rabbit dynamics or to landscape features? Zoological Studies 52 (Article 16): DOI: 10.1186/1810-522X-52-16.

 

Cruz, J., A. S. Glen, and R. P. Pech. 2013. Modelling landscape-level numerical responses of predators to prey: The case of cats and rabbits. PLOS ONE 8 (Article UNSP e73544):  DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0073544.

 

Ruiz-Aizpurua, L., A. Planillo, A. J. Carpio, J. Guerrero-Casado, and F. S. Tortosa. 2013. The use of faecal markers for the delimitation of the European rabbit's social territories (Oryctolagus cuniculus L.). Acta Ethologica 16:157-162.

 

Glen, A. S., R. P. Pech, and A. E. Byrom. 2013. Connectivity and invasive species management: towards an integrated landscape approach. Biological Invasions 15:2127-2138.

 

Guerrero-Casado, J., L. Ruiz-Aizpurua, and F. S. Tortosa. 2013. The short-term effect of total predation exclusion on wild rabbit abundance in restocking plots. Acta Theriologica 58:415-418.

 

Roedel, H. G., C. Landmann, A. Starkloff, D. Codron, and J. Hummel. 2013. Absentee mothering - not so absent? Responses of European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) mothers to pup distress calls. Ethology 119:1024-1033.

 

Penteriani, V., A. Kuparinen, M. del Mar Delgado, et al. 2013. Responses of a top and a meso predator and their prey to moon phases. Oecologia 173:753-766.

 

Guerrero-Casado, J., A. J. Carpio, L. Ruiz-Aizpurua, and F. S. Tortosa. 2013. Restocking a keystone species in a biodiversity hotspot: Recovering the European rabbit on a landscape scale. Journal for Nature Conservation 21:444-448.

 

Godinho, S., F. Mestre, J. P. Ferreira, R. Machado, and P. Santos. 2013. Effectiveness of habitat management in the recovery of low-density populations of wild rabbit. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59:847-858.

 

 Monterroso, P., P. C. Alves, and P. Ferreras. 2013. Catch me if you can: Diel activity patterns of mammalian prey and predators. Ethology 119:1044-1056.

 

Ferreira, C., J. Touza, C. Rouco, F. Diaz-Ruiz, J. Fernandez-de-Simon, C. A. Rios-Saldana, P. Ferreras, R. Villafuerte, and M. Delibes-Mateos. 2014. Habitat management as a generalized tool to boost European rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus populations in the Iberian Peninsula: a cost-effectiveness analysis. Mammal Review 44:30-43.

 

Ferreira, C., R. Villafuerte, N. Villar, F. Castro, P. Ferreras, C. Rouco, P. C. Alves, L .A. de Reyna, and S. Redpath. 2014. Experimental study on the effect of cover and vaccination on the survival of juvenile European rabbits. Population Ecology 56:195-202.

 

Ramsey, D. S. L., S. R. McPhee, D. M. Forsyth, I. G. Stuart, M. P. Scroggie, M. Lindeman, and J. Matthews. 2014. Recolonisation of rabbit warrens following coordinated ripping programs in Victoria, south-eastern Australia. Wildlife Research 41:46-55.

 

Mutze, G., B. Cooke, M. Lethbridge, and S. Jennings. 2014. A rapid survey method for estimating population density of European rabbits living in native vegetation. Rangeland Journal 36:239-247.

 

Cooke, B. D. 2014. Daily food intake of free-ranging wild rabbits in semiarid South Australia. Wildlife Research 41:141-148.

 

Rouco, C., G. Norbury, and D. Ramsay. 2014. Kill rates by rabbit hunters before and 16 years after introduction of rabbit haemorrhagic disease in the southern South Island, New Zealand. Wildlife Research 41:136-140.

 

Olsen, J., B. Cooke, S. Trost, and D. Judge. 2014. Is wedge-tailed eagle, Aquila audax, survival and breeding success closely linked to the abundance of European rabbits, Oryctolagus cuniculus? Wildlife Research 41:95-105.

 

Arques, J., A. Belda, V. Peiro, E. Seva, and J. E. Martinez-Perez. 2014. Main ecological gradients and landscape matrix affect wild rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Mammalia: Leporidae) abundance in a coastal region (South-East Spain). Italian Journal of Zoology 81:440-450.

 

Kovaliski, J., R. Sinclair, G. Mutze, et al. 2014. Molecular epidemiology of Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus in Australia: when one became many. Molecular Ecology 23:408-420.

 

Tapia, L., J. Dominguez, A. Regos, and M. Vidal. 2014. Using remote sensing data to model European wild rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) occurrence in a highly fragmented landscape in northwestern Spain. Acta Theriologica 59:289-298.

 

Seixas, F. A., J. Juste, P. F. Campos, M. Carneiro, N. Ferrand, P. C. Alves, and J. Melo-Ferreira. 2014. Colonization history of Mallorca Island by the European rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, and the Iberian hare, Lepus granatensis (Lagomorpha: Leporidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111:748-760.

 

Mutze, G. J., R. G. Sinclair, D. E. Peacock, 2014. Is increased juvenile infection the key to recovery of wild rabbit populations from the impact of rabbit haemorrhagic disease? European Journal of Wildlife Research 60:489-499.

 

Terauds, A., J. Doube, J. McKinlay, and K. Springer. 2014. Using long-term population trends of an invasive herbivore to quantify the impact of management actions in the sub-Antarctic. Polar Biology 37:833-843.

 

Carpio, A. J., J. Guerrero-Casado, L. Ruiz-Aizpurua, J. Vicente, and F. S. Tortosa. 2014. The high abundance of wild ungulates in a Mediterranean region: is this compatible with the European rabbit? Wildlife Biology 20:161-166.

 

Lush, L., A. I. Ward, and P. Wheeler. 2014. Opposing effects of agricultural intensification on two ecologically similar species. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 192:61-66.

 

Kontsiotis, V. J., D. E. Bakaloudis, C. Tsiompanoudis, and P. Xofis. 2014. Body condition variation of wild rabbit population in the north-east Mediterranean island of Lemnos – Greece. Folia Zoologica 63:87-94.

 

Monclus, R., I. Saavedra, and J. de Miguel. 2014. Context-dependent responses to neighbours and strangers in wild European rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus). Behavioural Processes 106:17-21.

 

D'Amico, M., Z. Tablado, E. Revilla, and F. Palomares. 2014. Free housing for declining populations: Optimizing the provision of artificial breeding structures. Journal for Nature Conservation 22:369-376.

 

Monclus, R., D. von Holst, D. T. Blumstein, and H. G. Rodel. 2014. Long-term effects of litter sex ratio on female reproduction in two iteroparous mammals. Functional Ecology 28:954-962.

 

Carneiro, M., F. W. Albert, S. Afonso, et al. 2014. The genomic architecture of population divergence between subspecies of the European rabbit. PLOS Genetics 10 (Article e1003519): DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1003519

 

Neves, F., J. Abrantes, A. Pinheiro, T. Almeida, P. P. Costa, and P. J. Esteves. 2014. Convergent evolution of IL-6 in two leporids (Oryctolagus and Pentalagus) originated an extended protein. Immunogenetics 66:589-595.

 

Roedel, H. G., and A. Starkloff. 2014. Social environment and weather during early life influence gastro-intestinal parasite loads in a group-living mammal. Oecologia 176:389-398.

 

Fernandez-de-Simon, J., F. Diaz-Ruiz, F. Cirilli, F. S. Tortosa, R. Villafuerte, and P. Ferreras. 2014. Role of prey and intraspecific density dependence on the population growth of an avian top predator. Acta Oecologica 60:1-6.

 

Murray, J. V., D. McK. Berman, and R. D. van Klinken. 2014. Predictive modelling to aid the regional-scale management of a vertebrate pest. Biological Invasions 16:2403-2425.

 

Delibes-Mateos, M., C. Ferreira, C. Rouco, R. Villafuerte, and I. C. Barrio. 2014. Conservationists, hunters and farmers: the European rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus management conflict in the Iberian Peninsula. Mammal Review 40:190-203.

 

Delibes-Mateos, M., C. Ferreira, F. Carro, M. Escudero, and C. Gortáza. 2014. Ecosystem effects of variant rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus emergence, Iberian Peninsula. Emerging Infectious Diseases 20:2166-2168.

 

Camarda A., N. Pugliese, P. Cavadini, E. Circella, L. Capucci, A. Caroli, M. Legretto, E. Mallia, and A.  Lavazza. 2014. Detection of the new emerging rabbit hemorrhagic disease type 2 virus (RHDV2) in Sicily from rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) and Italian hare (Lepus corsicanus). Research in Veterinary Science (In Press).  http://dx.doi.org/doi: 10.1016/j.rvsc.2014.10.008.

 

GENUS PENTALAGUS; Pentalagus furnessi

 

Neves, F., J. Abrantes, A. Pinheiro, T. Almeida, P. P. Costa, and P. J. Esteves. 2014. Convergent evolution of IL-6 in two leporids (Oryctolagus and Pentalagus) originated an extended protein. Immunogenetics 66:589-595.

 

Watari, Y., S. Nishijima, M. Fukasawa, F. Yamada, S. Abe, and T. Miyashita. 2013. Evaluating the "recovery level" of endangered species without prior information before alien invasion. Ecology and Evolution 3:4711-4721.

 

GENUS POELAGUS; Poelagus marjorita

 

GENUS PRONOLAGUS

 

Pronolagus crassicaudatus

 

Pronolagus randensis

 

Pronolagus rupestris

 

Pronolagus saundersiae

 

GENUS ROMEROLAGUS; Romerolagus diazi

 

Sanchez-Trocino, M., G. D. Mendoza, F. Gual-Sill, F. X. Plata, J. A. Martinez, H. Lee, and M. M. Crosby. 2013. The effect of Muhlenbergia macroura dietary level on intake, digestibility and weight changes in volcano rabbit (Romerolagus diazi).  Journal of Applied Animal Research 41:234-239.

 

GENUS SYLVILAGUS

 

Sylvilagus

 

Sylvilagus aquaticus

 

Sylvilagus audubonii

 

Sylvilagus bachmani

 

Lorenzo, C., P. Cortes-Calva, G. Ruiz-Campos, S. T. Álvarez-Castañeda. 2013.  Current distributional status of two subspecies of Sylvilagus bachmani on the Baja California peninsula, Mexico.  Western North American Naturalist 73:219-223.

 

Kelt, D. A., P. A. Kelly, S. E. Phillips, and D. F. Williams. 2014. Home range size and habitat selection of reintroduced Sylvilagus bachmani riparius. Journal of Mammalogy 95:516-524.

 

 Sylvilagus brasiliensis

 

Sylvilagus cognatus

 

Sylvilagus cunicularius

 

Rodriguez-Martinez, L., R. Hudson, M. Martinez-Gomez, and A. Bautista. 2014. Description of the nursery burrow of the Mexican cottontail rabbit Sylvilagus cunicularius under seminatural conditions. Acta Theriologica 59:193-201.

 

Aguilar, F., H. Roedel, J. Vazquez, L. Nicolas, L. Rodríguez-Martínez, A. Bautista, and M. Martínez-Gómez. 2014. Seasonal changes in testosterone levels in wild Mexican cottontails Sylvilagus cunicularius. Mammalian Biology 79:225-229.

 

Sylvilagus dicei

 

Sylvilagus floridanus

 

Bertolino, S., N. C. di Montezemolo, and A. Perrone. 2013. Habitat use of coexisting introduced eastern cottontail and native European hare. Mammalian Biology 78:235-240.

 

Hunt, V., S. B. Magle, C. Vargas, A. Brown, E. Lonsdorf, A. Sacerdote, E. Sorley, and R. Santymire. 2014. Survival, abundance, and capture rate of eastern cottontail rabbits in an urban park. Urban Ecosystems 17:547-560.

 

Barthelmess, E. L. 2014. Spatial distribution of road-kills and factors influencing road mortality for mammals in Northern New York State. Biodiversity and Conservation 23:2491-2514.

 

Pinheiro, A., J. Melo-Ferreira, J. Abrantes, N. Martinelli, A. Lavazza, P. C. Alves, C. Gortázar, and P. J. Esteves. 2014. Sequencing of Sylvilagus VDJ genes reveals a new VHa allelic lineage and shows that ancient VH lineages were retained differently in leporids. Immunogenetics 66:719-726

 

Sylvilagus graysoni

 

Sylvilagus insonus

 

Sylvilagus mansuetus

 

Sylvilagus nuttallii

 

Sylvilagus obscurus

 

Sylvilagus palustris

 

Tursi, R. M., P. T. Hughes, and E. A. Hoffman. 2013. Taxonomy versus phylogeny: evolutionary history of marsh rabbits without hopping to conclusions. Diversity and Distributions 19:120-133.

 

Sylvilagus robustus

 

Sylvilagus transitionalis

 

Litvaitis, J. A., J. L. Norment, and K. Boland. 2013. Toward consensus-based actions that balance invasive plant management and Conservation of at-risk fauna.  Environmental Management 52:1313-1319.

 

Fenderson, L. E., A. Kovach, J. A. Litvaitis, 2014. A multiscale analysis of gene flow for the New England cottontail, an imperiled habitat specialist in a fragmented landscape. Ecology and Evolution 4:1853-1875.

 

Sylvilagus varynaensis

 

FAMILY OCHOTONIDAE

 

GENUS Ochotona

 

Ochotona / Ochotonidae

 

Lissovsky, A. A. 2014. Taxonomic revision of pikas Ochotona (Lagomorpha, Mammalia) at the species level. Mammalia 78:199-216.

 

Reese, A. T., H. C. Lanier, and E. J. Sargis. 2014. Skeletal indicators of ecological specialization in pika (Mammalia, Ochotonidae). Journal of Morphology 274:585-602.

 

Ochotona alpina

 

Ochotona argentata

 

Ochotona cansus

 

Ochotona collaris

 

Barrio, I. C., and D. S. Hik. 2013. Good neighbours? Determinants of aggregation and segregation among alpine herbivores. Ecoscience 20:276-282.

 

Lanier, H. C. and L. E. Olson. 2013. Deep barriers, shallow divergences: reduced phylogeographical structure in the collared pika (Mammalia: Lagomorpha: Ochotona collaris). Journal of Bioigeography 40:466-478.

 

Barrio, I. C., D. S. Hik, and K. Peck, and C. G. Bueno. 2013. After the frass: foraging pikas select patches previously grazed by caterpillars. Biology Letters 9 (Article 20130090): DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2013.0090.

 

Zgurski, J. M., and D. S.Hik. 2014. Gene flow and the restoration of genetic diversity in a fluctuating collared pika (Ochotona collaris) population. Conservation Genetics 15:37-48.

 

Ochotona coreana

 

Ochotona curzoniae

 

Qu, J., W. Li, M. Yang, W. Ji, and Y. Zhang. 2013. Life history of the plateau pika (Ochotona curzoniae) in alpine meadows of the Tibetan Plateau. Mammalian Biology 78:68-72.

 

Dorji, T., O.Totland, and S. R. Moe. 2013. Are droppings, distance from pastoralist camps, and pika burrows good proxies for local grazing pressure? Rangeland Ecology & Management 66:26-33.

 

Liu, H., Y. Chen, L. Zhou, and Z. Jin. 2013. The effects of management on population dynamics of plateau pika. Mathematical and Computer Modelling 57:525-535.

 

Liu, Y., J. Fan, W. Harris, Q. Shao, Y. Zhou, N. Wang, and Y. Li.  2013. Effects of plateau pika (Ochotona curzoniae) on net ecosystem carbon exchange of grassland in the Three Rivers Headwaters region, Qinghai-Tibet, China. Plant and Soil 366:491-504.

 

Li, X., L. W. G. Perry, G. Brierley, J. Gao, J. Zhang, and Y. W. Yang. 2013. Restoration prospects for Heitutan degraded grassland in the Sanjiangyuan. Journal of Mountain Science 10:687-698.

 

Wangdwei, M., B. Steele, and R. B. Harris. 2013. Demographic responses of plateau pikas to vegetation cover and land use in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China. Journal of Mammalogy 94:1077-1086.

 

Dong, Q. M., X. Q. Zhao, G. L. Wu, J. J. Shi, and G. H. Ren. 2013. A review of formation mechanism and restoration measures of "black-soil-type" degraded grassland in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Earth Sciences 70:2359-2370.

 

Yu, Z., K. Cheng, W. Sun, et al. 2014. Lowly pathogenic avian influenza (H9N2) infection in Plateau pika (Ochotona curzoniae), Qinghai Lake, China. Veterinary Microbiology 173:132-135.

 

Wilson, M. C., and A. T. Smith. 2014. The pika and the watershed: The impact of small mammal poisoning on the ecohydrology of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. AMBIO (In Press): DOI 10.1007_s13280-014-0568-x.

 

Ochotona dauurica

 

Ochotona erythrotis

 

Ochotona forresti

 

Ochotona gloveri

 

Ochotona himalayana

 

Ochotona hoffmanni

 

Ochotona huangensis

 

Ochotona hyperborea

 

Ochotona iliensis

 

Ochotona koslowi

 

Ochotona ladacensis

 

Ochotona macrotis

 

Ochotona mantchurica

 

Ochotona muliensis

 

Ochotona nubrica

 

Ochotona pallasi

 

Ochotona princeps

 

Lemay, M. A., P. Henry, C. T. Lamb, K. M. Robson, and M. A. Russello. 2013. Novel genomic resources for a climate change sensitive mammal: characterization of the American pika transcriptome. Genomics 14 (Article 311): DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-14-311.

 

Jeffress, M. R., T. J. Rodhouse, C. Ray, S. Wolff, and C. W. Epps. 2013. The idiosyncrasies of place: geographic variation in the climate-distribution relationships of the American pika. Ecological Applications 23:864-878.

 

Wilkening, J. L., C. Ray, and K. L. Sweazea. 2013. Stress hormone concentration in Rocky Mountain populations of the American pika (Ochotona princeps). Conservation Physiology 1:cot027.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/conphys/cot027.

 

Beever, E. A., S. Z. Dobrowski, J. Long, A. R. Mynsberge, and N. P. Piekielek. 2013. Understanding relationships among abundance, extirpation, and climate at ecoregional scales. Ecology 94:1563-1571.

 

Smith, J. A., and L. P. Erb. 2013. Patterns of selective caching behavior of a generalist herbivore, the American pika (Ochotona princeps). Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 45:396-403.

 

Henry, P., and M. A. Russello. 2013. Adaptive divergence along environmental gradients in a climate-change-sensitive mammal. Ecology and Evolution 3:3906-3917.

 

Millar, C. I., R. D. Westfall, and D. L. Delany. 2013. New records of marginal locations for the American pika (Ochotona princeps) in the western Great Basin.  Western North American Naturalist 73:457-467.

 

Castillo, J. A., C. W. Epps, A. R. Davis, and S. A. Cushman. 2014. Landscape effects on gene flow for a climate-sensitive montane species, the American pika. Molecular Ecology 23: 843-856.

 

Varner, J., and D. D. Dearing. 2014. Dietary plasticity in pikas as a strategy for atypical resource landscapes. Journal of Mammalogy 95:72-81.

 

Lamb, C. T., K. M. Robson, and M. A. Russello. 2014. Development and application of a molecular sexing protocol in the climate change-sensitive American pika. Conservation Genetics Resources 6:17-19.

 

Erb, L. P., C. Ray, and R. Guralnick. 2014. Determinants of pika population density vs. occupancy in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Ecological Applications 24:429-435.

 

Millar, C. I., R. D. Westfall, and D. D. Delany. 2014. Thermal regimes and snowpack relations of periglacial talus slopes, Sierra Nevada, California, USA. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 46:483-504.

 

Varner, J., and M. D. Dearing. 2014. The importance of biologically relevant microclimates in habitat suitability assessments. PLOS ONE 9 (Article e104648): DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0104648.

 

Millar, C. I., K. Heckman, C. Swanston, K. Schmidt, R. D. Westfall, and D. L. Delany. 2014. Radiocarbon dating of American pika fecal pellets provides insights into population extirpations and climate refugia. Ecological Applications 24:1748-1768.

 

Ochotona pusilla

 

Ochotona roylei

 

Bhattacharyya, S., B. S. Adhikari, and G. S. Rawat. 2013. Forage selection by Royle's pika (Ochotona roylei) in the western Himalaya, India. Zoology 116:300-306.

 

Bhattacharyya, S., B. S. Adhikari, and G. S. Rawat. 2014. Influence of snow, food, and rock cover on Royle’s pika abundance in western Himalaya. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 46:558-567.

 

Ochotona rufescens

 

Khalilipour, O., H. R. Rezaei, A. A.Shabani, M. Kaboli, and S. Ashrafi. 2014. Genetic structure and differentiation of four populations of Afghan Pika (Ochotona rufescens) in Iran based on mitochondrial cytochrome b gene. Zoology in the Middle East 60:288-298.

 

Ochotona rutila

 

Ochotona thibetana

 

Ochotona thomasi

 

Ochotona turuchanensis

 

LAGOMORPH EVOLUTION AND SYSTEMATICS

 

Fostowicz-Frelik, L., and J. Meng. 2013. Comparative morphology of premolar foramen in lagomorphs (Mammalia: Glires) and its functional and phylogenetic implications. PLOS ONE 8 (Article e79794): DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0079794.

 

Ge, D., Z. Wen, L. Xia, Z. Q. Zhang, M. Erbajeva, C. M., and Q. S. Yang. 2013. Evolutionary history of lagomorphs in response to global environmental change. PLOS ONE 8 (Article e59668): DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0059668.