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James L. Patton. Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720
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Wilson & Reeder, eds. (2005): Comments: Species revised by Merriam (1889) and Osgood (1900) under the generic name Perognathus; both authors considered Chaetodipus as a valid subgenus (see also Hall, 1981). Raised to generic status by Hafner and Hafner (1983), an action followed by most subsequent authors. Includes Burtognathus (see Hoffmeister, 1986), defined as a subgenus to contain the single species C. hispidus; see also Williams et al. (1993). Chromosomal and biochemical systematics summarized by Patton and Rogers (1993a, b)...