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Masked shrew, Sorex cinereusAuthor(s): Joshua Laerm; W. Mark Ford; Brian R. Chapman
Source: In: Trani, Margaret K.; Ford, W. Mark; Chapman, Brian R., eds. The land manager's guide to mammals of the South. Durham, NC: The Nature Conservancy; Atlanta, GA: U.S. Forest Service: 86-90.
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Station: Northern Research Station
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CitationLaerm, Joshua; Ford, W. Mark; Chapman, Brian R. 2007. Masked shrew, Sorex cinereus. In: Trani, Margaret K.; Ford, W. Mark; Chapman, Brian R., eds. The land manager's guide to mammals of the South. Durham, NC: The Nature Conservancy; Atlanta, GA: U.S. Forest Service: 86-90.
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