The materials upon which the following descriptions are based were collected by J. E. Hill and P.E. Crowe during July of 1940 in Meade County, Kansas, which is then in each case the type locality. The unidentified specimens were found in the collection of Cornell University by Mr. E. W. Jamison, Jr., graduate student in mammology and entomology who was kind enough to send them to the writer for consideration. In each of the forms described below as new, the holotypes and allotypes will be deposited in the United States National Museum and the paratypes, if any, will be returned to Cornell University.
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