7th edition of The Mammals of Texas co-authored by NSRL Director Robert D. Bradley
Since its first edition in 1947, The Mammals of Texas has been the most authoritative source of information on the mammalian wildlife of Texas. Now in its 7th edition, the updated reference includes physical descriptions and life histories, photographs and illustrations, current distribution maps, taxonomy and nomenclature, and conservation status summaries for all 202 species of terrestrial and marine mammals of the state.
Texas Tech University and particularly the NSRL have been at the forefront of mammalian research in Texas. This new edition incorporates much of the recent research being conducted by staff and students affiliated with the NSRL.
About the authors:
Dr. David J. Schmidly has studied Texas mammals since 1966 and has authored several books on mammals and the natural history of Texas. Formerly President of Texas Tech University, he is currently a research professor of biology at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.
Dr. Robert D. Bradley is Director and Curator of Mammals of the Natural Science Research Laboratory and Professor of Biological Sciences. He actively conducts research throughout the state and the southwestern U.S., and has authored more than 150 publications on mammalian systematics, zoonoses, and natural history.
The Mammals of Texas is now available for purchase from the University of Texas Press: http://utpress.utexas.edu/index.php/books/schmidly-bradley-mammals-of-texas
Originally posted August 9, 2016