The Recently Extinct Plants and Animals Database


Sorex ornatus relictus Grinnell, 1932:389

Buena Vista Lake shrew

 

 

Taxonomy & Nomenclature

 

 

Conservation Status

Last record: pre-1933

Rediscovered: 1995

 

Distribution

Buena Vista Lake, Kern County, California, USA

 

Biology

 

 

Hypodigm

 

 

Media

 

 

References

Original scientific description:
 
Grinnell, J. 1932. A relic shrew from central California. University of California Publications in Zoology 38: 389-390.
 
 
Other references:
 
Biosystems Analysis, Inc. 1989. Endangered Species Alert Program Manual: Species Accounts and Procedures. Southern California Edison Environmental Affairs Division.
 
Clark, W.A., S.M. Juarez, and D.L. Chesemore. 1982. Nature Conservancy small mammal Inventory of Paine Wildflower Preserve and the Voice of America in Kern County, California. The Nature Conservancey, San Francisco, California, unPubl. rept., 47 pp.
 
Freas, K. 1990. An investigation of the distribution and abundance of the Buena Vista Lake shrew, SOREX ORNATUS RELICTUS, at the Kern Lake Preserve. Unpublished report to The Nature Conservancy. Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford University, Stanford, California. 6 pp.
 
Grinnell, J. 1933. Review of the recent mammal fauna of California. University of California Publications in Zoology 40:71-284.
 
Hall, E. Raymond. 1981. The Mammals of North America, Vols. I & II. John Wiley & Sons, New York, New York. 1181 pp.
 
Harvey, D. 2000. Proposed Endangered status for the Buena Vista Lake Shrew. Federal Register 65:35033-35040.
 
Maldonado, J. 1994. The population status of the Buena Vista Lake shrew (SOREX ORNATUS RELICTUS). University of California, Los Angeles. Unpublished report.
 
Maldonado, J. 1995. The population of the Buena Vista Lake shrew (SOREX ORNATUS RELICTUS). University of California, Los Angeles. Unpublished draft report.
 
Maldonado, J. 1998. Surveys for the Buena Vista Lake Shrew at the Kern Lake Perserve, Kern Co., California. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. Unpubl. report. 15 pp.
 
Moore, S. B., T. Detwiler, J. Winckel, and M. D. Weegar. 1989. Biological residue data for evaporation ponds in the San Joaquin Valley, California. San Joaquin Valley Drainage Program, Sacramento, CA.
 
Olson, O. E. Selenium toxicity in animals with emphasis on man. J. Am. College. Toxicol. 5:45-70.
 
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1997. Draft recovery plan for upland species of the San Joaquin Valley, California. Region 1, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, Oregon. 295 pp.
 
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2000. Proposed endangered status for the Buena Vista Lake Shrew. Federal Register 65:35033-35040.
 
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). 1995. Category and Listing Priority Form.
 
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). 1999. Candidate and listing priority assignment forms.
 
Williams, D. 1994. Draft scope of work: population status and habitat associations of the Buena Vista shrew. San Joaquin Valley Endangered Species Recovery Planning Program, Fresno, California. Unpublished report. 5 pp.
 
Williams, Daniel F. (1986). Mammalian Species of Special Concern in California. Prepared for the state of California, the Resources Agency, Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento, CA 95814. vi + 100 pp.
 
Williams, D. F., and K. S. Kilburn. 1984. Sensitive, threatened, and endangered mammals of riparian and other wetland communities in California. Pages 950-956 in R. E. Warner and K. M. Hendrix, editors. California riparian systems: ecology, conservation, and productive management. University of California Press, Berkeley.

 

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