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The Mescalero-Monahans sand dune systems of southeastern New Mexico and western Texas are known for their unique biodiversity including whipscorpions, scorpions, and the dunes sagebrush lizard.  A new dwarf morning-glory species was described from the region just this year.  Further contributing to the biological diversity of this system are nine endemic insect species.  Five of […]

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The Massasauga (Sistrurus catenatus) consists of three subspecies: the Eastern (S. c. catenatus), Western (S. c. tergeminus), and Desert Massasaugas (S. c. edwardsii).  Relationships among these subspecies pose challenges for conservation and management in Texas where both Western and Desert Massasauga subspecies occur.  The Western Massasauga has no special state or federal status, while the Desert […]

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