Publications of Robert D. Bradley
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Bradley, Robert D., and Matthew R. Mauldin.  Molecular data indicate a cryptic species in Neotoma albigula (Cricetidae: Neotominae) from northwestern México.  Submitted to Journal of Mammalogy, 30 April 2015, revised June 2015, revised 13 August 2015, accepted 18 August 2015.

2015

157. Platt II, Roy N., Cody W. Thompson, Brian R. Amman, Megan S. Corley, and Robert D. Bradley.  2015.  What is Peromyscus?  Evidence from nuclear and mitochondrial DNA sequences for a new classification.  Journal of Mammalogy, 96:708-719.
156. Thompson, Cody W., Frederick B. Stangl, Jr., and Robert D. Bradley.  Ancient hybridization modeling and subsequent mitochondrial capture in ground squirrels (genus Ictidomys).  2015.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 331:1-24.
155. Bradley, Robert D., David J. Schmidly, Brian R. Amman, Roy N. Platt II, Kathy M. Neumann, Howard M. Huynh, Raúl Muñiz-Martínez, Celia López-González, and Nicté Ordóñez-Garza.  2015.  Molecular and morphometric data reveal multiple species in Peromyscus pectoralis.  Journal of Mammalogy, 96:446-459.
154. Milazzo, Mary Lou, Maria N. Cajimat, Matthew R. Mauldin, Stephen G. Bennett, Barry D. Hess, Michael P. Rood, Christopher A. Conlan, Kiet Nguyen, J. Wakoli Wekesa, Ronald D. Ramos, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  2015.  Epizootilogy of Tacaribe serocomplex viruses (Arenaviridae) associated with neotomine rodents (Cricetidae, Neotominae) in southern California. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15:156-166.
153. Roberts, Emma K., Howard Crenshaw, Christopher D. Dunn, James Q. Francis, William L. Hood II,
Megan S. Keith, Laramie L. Lindsey, Sarah F. Mangum, Nicte Ordóñez-Garza, Roy N. Platt II, and
Robert D. Bradley. 2015. A Record of Microtus ochrogaster from the Llano Estacado and Other
Distributional Records of Mammals from Texas. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 329:1-7.

 

2014

152. Bradley, Robert D., Lisa C. Bradley, Heath J. Garner, and Robert J. Baker.  2014.  Assessing the value of natural history collections and addressing issues regarding long-term growth and care.  BioScience 64:1150-1158.  doi: 10.1093/biosci/biu166.
151. Ceballos, Gerardo, Robert D. Bradley, and Livia León Paniagua.  Cricetidae.  Pps. 271--440 in Mammals of Mexico (G. Ceballos, ed.).  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. xi + 1-957.
151a. Mauldin, Matthew R., and Robert D. Bradley.  Neotoma insularis.  Pp. 305 in Mammals of Mexico (G. Ceballos, ed.).  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. xi + 1-957.
151b. Thompson, Cody W., and Robert D. Bradley.   Neotoma isthmica.  Pp. 306 in Mammals of Mexico (G. Ceballos, ed.).  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. xi + 1-957.
151c. Thompson, Cody W., and Robert D. Bradley.  Neotoma picta.  Pp. 316 in Mammals of Mexico (G. Ceballos, ed.).  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. xi + 1-957.
151d. Duplechin, Ryan M., and Robert D. Bradley.  Peromyscus oaxacensis.  Pps. 383--384 in Mammals of Mexico (G. Ceballos, ed.).  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. xi + 1-957.
151e. Ordóñez-Garza, Nicté, and Robert D. Bradley.  Peromyscus schmidlyi.  Pps. 393-394 in Mammals of Mexico (G. Ceballos, ed.).  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. xi + 1-957.
151f. Ceballos, Gerardo, and Robert D. Bradley.  Reithrodontomys bakeri.  Pps. 403--404 in Mammals of Mexico (G. Ceballos, ed.).  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. xi + 1-957.
151g. Duplechin, Ryan M., and Robert D. Bradley.  Sigmodon hirsutus.  Pps. 425--426 in Mammals of Mexico (G. Ceballos, ed.).  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. xi + 1-957.
151h. Corley, Megan S., and Robert D. Bradley.  Sigmodon planifrons.  Pp. 433 in Mammals of Mexico (G. Ceballos, ed.).  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. xi + 1-957.
151i. Westerman-Ayers, Sheri, and Robert D. Bradley.  Sigmodon toltecus.  Pp. 434 in Mammals of Mexico (G. Ceballos, ed.).  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. xi + 1-957.
151j. Corley, Megan S., and Robert D. Bradley.  Sigmodon zanjonensis.  Pp. 435 in Mammals of Mexico (G. Ceballos, ed.).  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. xi + 1-957.
150. Ordóñez-Garza, Nicté, Cody W. Thompson, Margaret Unkefer, Cody W. Edwards, James G. Owen, and Robert D. Bradley.  2014.  Systematics of the Neotoma mexicana species group (Mammalia: Rodentia: Cricetidae) in Mesoamerica: new molecular evidence on the status and relationships of N. ferruginea Tomes, 1862.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 127:518-532.
149. Bradley, Robert D., Loren K. Ammerman, Robert J. Baker, Lisa C. Bradley, Joseph A. Cook, Robert C.
Dowler, Clyde Jones, David J. Schmidly, Frederick B. Stangl, Jr., Ronald A. Van Den Bussche, and
Bernd Würsig. 2014. Revised Checklist of North American Mammals North of Mexico, 2014. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 327:1-27.
148. Mauldin, Matthew R., Michelle L. Haynie, J. Delton Hanson, Robert J. Baker, and Robert D. Bradley.
2014. Multilocus characterization of a woodrat (Genus Neotoma) hybrid zone. Journal of
Heredity, 105:466-476.
147. Booth-Binczik, Susan D., Robert D. Bradley, Cody W. Thompson, Louis C. Bender, Jerry W.
Huntley, Johanna A. Harvey, Linda L. Lack, and Jody L. Mays. 2014. Food habits of ocelots
and potential for competition with bobcats in southern Texas. Southwestern Naturalist, 58:403-
410.
146. Baker, Robert J., Lisa C. Bradley, Heath J. Garner, and Robert D. Bradley. 2014. “Door to drawer”
costs of curation, installation, documentation, databasing, and long-term caring for mammal
voucher specimens in natural history collections. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech
University, 323:i-15.
145. Bradley, Robert D., Nicté Ordóñez-Garza, Cibele G. Sotero-Caio, Howard M. Huynh, C. William
Kilpatrick, L. Ignacio Iñiguez-Dávalos, and David J. Schmidly. 2014. Morphometric, karyotypic,
and molecular evidence for a new species of Peromyscus (Cricetidae: Neotominae) from
Nayarit, México. Journal of Mammalogy, 95:176-186.
144. Stangl, Frederick B., Jr., Amanda C. Evans, and Robert D. Bradley. 2014. Comments on Late
Quatenary ursids from the Texas/Oklahoma Southern Plains, with documentation of the last
known native black bear (Ursus americanus) from the Texas Hill Country. Occasional Papers,
Museum of Texas Tech University, 321:1-16.

 

2013

143. Ordóñez-Garza, Nicté, Vicki J. Swier, John D. Hanson, Cibele G. Sotero-Caio, and Robert D. Bradley.  2013.  The karyotype of Peromyscus grandis (Rodentia: Cricetidae).  Therya 4:575-580.
142. Cajimat, Maria N. B., Mary L. Milazzo, Matthew R. Mauldin, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  2013.  Diversity among Tacaribe viruses (Family Arenaviridae) associated with the southern plains woodrat (Neotoma micropus). Virus Research 178:486-494.
141. Thompson, Cody W., Faisal Ali Anwarali Khan, Frederick B. Stangl, Jr., Robert J. Baker, and Robert D. Bradley.  2013.  Multilocus analyses indicate a mosaic distribution of hybrid populations in ground squirrels (genus Ictidomys). Ecology and Evolution 1-13 doi:10 1002/ece3.755.
140. Milazzo, Mary L., Brian R. Amman, Maria N. B. Cajimat, Francisca M. Méndez-Harclerode, John R. Suchecki, J. Delton Hanson, Michelle L. Haynie, B. Dnate’ Baxter, Ciro Milazzo, Jr., Serena A. Carroll, Darin S. Carroll, Donald C. Ruthven, III, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  Ecology of Catarina Virus (family Arenaviridae) in Southern Texas, 2001--2004.  Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 13:50-59.

 

2012

139. Bradley, Robert D., Lisa C. Bradley, Heath J. Garner, and Robert J. Baker.  Cost of Collecting and Preparing Voucher Specimens for Natural History Collections.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 313:1-14.
138. Bradley, Robert D., Justin B. Lack, Russell S. Pfau, Lottie L. Peppers, Dallas D. Henson, Andrew O. Stallings, Christine N. Hoang, and Ronald A. Van Den Bussche.  Genetic and conservation status of a relictual population of the hispid cotton rat (Sigmodon hispidus eremicus). Southwestern Naturalist, 57:231-239.
137. Milazzo, Mary L., Maria N. B. Cajimat, Hannah E. Romo, Jose G. Estrada-Franco, L. Ignacio Iñiguez-Dávalos, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  Geographic distribution of hantaviruses associated with Neotomine and Sigmodontine rodents in Mexico.  Journal of Emerging Infectious Diseases, 18:571-576.
136. Cajimat, Maria N. B., Mary L. Milazzo, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  Ocozocoautla de Espinos virus, agent of hemorrhagic fever in southern Mexico?  Journal of Emerging Infectious Diseases, 18:401-405.

 

2011

135. Corley, Megan S., Nicté Ordóñez-Garza, Duke S. Rogers, and Robert D. Bradley.  Molecular evidence for paraphyly in Nyctomys sumichrasti: support for a new genus of Vesper Mice?  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 306:1-10.
134. Ayers, Sheri B., and Robert D. Bradley.  Genetic diversity in the transferrin receptor 1 (TfR1) among natural hosts of the North American arenaviruses.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 304:1-15.
133. Cajimat, Maria N. B., Mary Louise Milazzo, Michelle L. Haynie, J. Delton Hanson, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  Diversity and phylogenetic relationships among the North American Tacaribe serocomplex viruses (Family Arenaviridae).  Virology, 421:87-95.
132. Ordóñez-Garza, Nicté, and Robert D. Bradley.  2011.  Peromyscus schmidlyi.  Mammalian Species.  43(872):31-36.

2010

131. Ceballos, Gerardo, Patricia Manzano, Francisca M. Méndez-Harclerode, Michelle L. Haynie, David H. Walker, and Robert D. Bradley.  2010.  Geographic distribution, genetic diversity, and conservation status of the southern flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans) in México. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 299:1-15.
130. Bradley, Robert D.  Getting down and dirty with rodents.  2010.   Review of Subterranean rodents: news from the underground by Begall et al.  Journal of Mammalian Evolution, 17:301-302.
129. Milazzo, Mary L., Artemio Barragán-Gomez, J. Delton Hanson, Jose G. Estrada-Franco, Elizabeth Arellano, Francisco X. González-Cózatl, Ildefonso Fernández-Salas, Francisco Ramirez-Aguilar, Duke S. Rogers, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  2010.  Antibodies to Tacaribe serocomplex viruses (Family Arenaviridae, genus Arenavirus) in cricetid rodents from New Mexico, Texas, and Mexico.  Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 10:629-637.
128. Ordóñez-Garza, Nicté, John O. Matson, Richard E. Strauss, Robert D. Bradley, and Jorge Salazar-Bravo.  2010.  Concordant patterns of phenotypic and genetic variation in three species of endemic MesoAmerican Peromyscus (Rodentia, Cricetidae).  Journal of Mammalogy, 91:848-859.
127. Bradley, Robert D., Cody W. Thompson, and Ryan R. Chambers.  2010.  Rbp3 in geomyid rodents: reduced rate of molecular evolution or evidence for selection? Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 296:1-16.
126. Inizán, Catherine C., Maria N. B. Cajimat, Mary L. Milazzo, Artemio Barragán-Gomez, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  2010.  Genetic evidence for a Tacaribe serocomplex virus, in Mexico.  Journal of Emerging Infectious Diseases, 16:1007-1010.
125. Hanson, J. Delton, Jane L. Indorf, Vicki J. Swier, and Robert D. Bradley.  2010.  Molecular divergence in the Oryzomys palustris complex: evidence for multiple species.  Journal of Mammalogy, 91:336-347.
124. Solari, Sergio, Steven R. Hoofer, Peter A. Larsen, Adam D. Brown, Robert J. Bull, Jose A. Guerrero, Jorge Ortega, Juan P. Carrera, Robert D. Bradley, and Robert J. Baker.  2010.  Operational criteria for genetically defined species: analysis of the diversification of the small fruit-eating bats, Dermanura (Phyllosomidae: Stenodermatinae).  Acta Chiropterologica, 11:279-288.
123. Pinto, C. Miguel, B. Dante’ Baxter, J. Delton Hanson, Francisca M. Méndez-Harclerode, John R. Suchecki, Mario J. Grijalva, Charles F. Fulhorst, and Robert D. Bradley.  2010.  Using museum collections to detect pathogens: Trypanosoma cruzi in Texas woodrats. Journal of Emerging Infectious Diseases, 16:356-357.

 

2009

122. Haynie, Michelle L., Charles F. Fulhorst, and Robert D. Bradley.  2009.  Genetic variation within populations of a dietary specialist, Neotoma stephensi (Stephen’s woodrat), in Arizona.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University 289:1-11.
121. Baxter, B. Dnate’, Francisca M. Mendez-Harclerode, Charles F. Fulhorst, and Robert D. Bradley.  2009.  A molecular examination of relatedness, multiple maternity, and cohabitation of the southern plains woodrat (Neotoma micropus). Journal of Mammalogy, 90:819-831.  PMCID: PMC2790175
120. Swier, Vicki J., Robert D. Bradley, Willem Rens, Frederick F.B. Elder, and Robert J. Baker.  2009.  Patterns of chromosomal evolution in Sigmodon, evidence from whole chromosome paints.  Cytogenetic and Genome Research 125:54-66. PMID: 19617697
119. Howell, Eric K., Ryan Duplechin, Peter A. Larsen, J. Delton Hanson, Faisal A. Anwarali Khan, Roxanne J. Larsen, Ryan R. Chambers, and Robert D. Bradley.  2009.  Mammal records from Briscoe, Dickens, Hall, and Motley counties, Texas.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 288:1-10.
118. Henson, Dallas D., and Robert D. Bradley.  2009.  Molecular systematics of the genus Sigmodon: results from mitochondrial and nuclear gene sequences.  Canadian Journal of Zoology, 87:211-220.  PMCID: PMC2855974
117. Chambers, Ryan R., Philip D. Sudman, and Robert D. Bradley.  2009.  A phylogenetic assessment of pocket gophers (Geomys): evidence from nuclear and mitochondrial genes. Journal of Mammalogy, 90:537-547.

 

2008

116. Hoofer, Steve R., Sergio Solari, Peter A. Larsen, Robert D. Bradley, and Robert J. Baker.  2008.  Phylogenetics of the fruit-eating bats (Phyllostomidae: Artibeina) inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequences.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 277:1-15.
115. Bradley, Robert D., Dallas D. Henson, and Nevin D. Durish.  2008.  Re-evaluation of the geographic distribution and phylogeography of the Sigmodon hispidus complex based on mitochondrial DNA sequences. The Southwestern Naturalist, 53:301-310. PMCID: PMC2897183
114. Hanson, J. Delton, and Robert D. Bradley.  2008.  Molecular diversity within Melanomys caliginosus (Rodentia: Oryzomyini):  evidence for multiple species.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 275:1-11. PMCID: PMC3100168
113. Milazzo, Mary L., Maria N. B. Cajimat, Michelle L. Haynie, Ken D. Abbott, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  2008.  Diversity among Tacaribe serocomplex viruses (family Arenaviridae) naturally associated with the white-throated woodrat (Neotoma albigula) in the southwestern United States. Vector-borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 8:523-450. PMCID: PMC2714187
112. Genoways, Hugh H., Meredith J. Hamilton, Darin M. Bell, Ryan R. Chambers, and Robert D. Bradley.  2008.  Hybrid zones, genetic isolation and systematics of pocket gophers (genus Geomys) in Nebraska.  Journal of Mammalogy, 89:826-836.
111. Cajimat, Maria N. B., Mary L. Milazzo, Jeff N. Borchert, Ken D. Abbott, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  2008.  Diversity among Tacaribe serocomplex viruses (family Arenaviridae) naturally associated with the Mexican woodrat (Neotoma mexicana). Virus Research, 133:211-217.  PMCID: PMC2374749

 

2007

110. Cajimat, Maria N. B., Mary L. Milazzo, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  2007.  Catarina virus, an arenaviral species principally associated with Neotoma micropus (Southern Plains Woodrat) in Texas.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 77:732-736.
109. Bradley, Robert D., Nevin D. Durish, Duke S. Rogers, Jacqueline R. Miller, Mark D. Engstrom, and C. William Kilpatrick.  Toward a molecular phylogeny for Peromyscus: evidence from mitochondrial cytochrome-b sequences.  Journal of Mammalogy, 88:1146-1159.
108. Reeder, Serena A., and Robert D. Bradley.  2007.  Phylogenetic relationships of Neotomine-Peromyscine rodents using DNA sequences from intron 7 of the beta fibrinogen gene.  Pp. 883-900, in The quintessential naturalist: honoring the life and legacy of Oliver P. Pearson (D. A. Kelt, E. P. Lessa, J. A. Salazar-Bravo, and J. L. Patton eds.).  University of California Publications in Zoology.  134:1-981.
107. Haynie, Michelle L., Stephen G. Bennett, Michael Rood, Barry Hess, Charles F. Fulhorst, and Robert D. Bradley.  2007.  Genetic variation in multilocus microsatellite genotypes in two species of woodrats (Neotoma macrotis and N. fuscipes) from California.  Journal of Mammalogy, 88:745-758.
106. Mendez-Harclerode, Francisca M., Richard E. Strauss, Charles F. Fulhorst, Mary L. Milazzo, Donald C. Ruthven III, and Robert D. Bradley.  2007.  Molecular evidence for high levels of intrapopulation genetic diversity in woodrats (Neotoma micropus).  Journal of Mammalogy, 88:360-370.

 

2006

105. Kageyama, Mariko, R. Richard Monk, Robert D. Bradley, Gary F. Edson, and Robert J. Baker.  2006.  The Changing Significance and Definition of the Biological Voucher.  Pps. 257-264 in Museum Studies: Perspectives and Innovation (Stephen L. Williams and Catherine A. Hawks, eds.).  Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections, Washington, D.C.
104. Milazzo, Mary L., Maria N. B. Cajimat, J. Delton Hanson, Robert D. Bradley Miguel Quintana, Catalina Sherman, Reina T. Velasquez, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  2006.  Catacamas virus, a hantaviral species naturally associated with Oryzomys couesi (Coues' oryzomys) in Honduras.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 75:1003-1010.
103. Longhofer, Lisa K., and Robert D. Bradley.  2006.  Molecular systematics of the genus Neotoma based on DNA sequences from intron 2 of the alcohol dehydrogenase gene. Journal of Mammalogy, 87:961-970.
102. Sudman, Phillip D., Jeffrey K. Wickliffe, Peggy Horner, Michael J. Smolen, John W. Bickham, and Robert D. Bradley.  2006.  Molecular systematics of pocket gophers of the genus Geomys.  Journal of Mammalogy, 87: 668-676.
101. Baker, Robert J., and Robert D. Bradley.  2006.  Speciation in mammals and the genetic species concept.  Journal of Mammalogy, 87:643-662.
100. Amman, Brian R., J. Delton Hanson, Lisa K. Longhofer, Steven R. Hoofer, and Robert D. Bradley.  2006.  Intron 2 of the alcohol dehydrogenase gene (ADH1-I2): a nuclear DNA marker for mammalian systematics.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 256:1-16.
99. Reeder, Serena A., Darin S. Carroll, Cody W. Edwards, C. William Kilpatrick, and Robert D. Bradley.  2006.  Neotomine-peromyscine rodent systematics based on combined analyses of nuclear and mitochondrial DNA sequences.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 40:251-258.
98. Bradley, Robert D., J. Delton Hanson, Brian R. Amman, B. Dnate' Baxter, Darin S. Carroll, Nevin D. Durish, Michelle L. Haynie, Mariko Kageyama, Lisa K. Longhofer, Francisca M. Mendez-Harclerode, Serena A. Reeder, John R. Suchecki, Donald C. Ruthven III, Maria N. B. Cajimat, Ciro Milazzo, Jr., Mary L. Milazzo, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  2006.  Rapid recovery of rodent populations following a severe drought.  The Southwestern Naturalist, 51:87-93.
97. Salazar-Bravo, Jorge, Carleton J. Phillips, Robert D. Bradley, Robert J. Baker, Terry L. Yates, and Luis A. Ruedas.  2006.  Voucher Specimens for SARS-linked Bats.  Letter to the editor of Science.  Science, 311:1099-1000.

 

2005

96. Wickliffe, Jeffrey K., Robert D. Bradley, Frederick B. Stangl, Jr., James L. Patton, Deidre A. Parish, Clyde Jones, David J. Schmidly, and Robert J. Baker.  2005.  Molecular systematics and phylogeographic history of Thomomys bottae in Texas.  Pp. 507-522, in Contribuciones Mastozoológicas en Homenaje a Bernardo Villa (V. Sánchez-Cordero and R. A. Medellín, eds.).  Instituto de Biología e Instituto de Ecología, UNAM; CONABIO, México.
95. Carroll, Darin S., Lottie L. Peppers, and Robert D. Bradley.  2005.  Molecular systematics and phylogeography of the Sigmodon hispidus species group.  Pp. 87-100, in Contribuciones Mastozoológicas en Homenaje a Bernardo Villa (V. Sánchez-Cordero and R. A. Medellín, eds.).  Instituto de Biología e Instituto de Ecología, UNAM; CONABIO, México.
94. Ceballos, Gerardo, Francisca M. Mendez-Harclerode, and Robert D. Bradley. 2005.  Reithrodontomys bakeri. Pps. 777-778 in Los mamiferos silvestres de Mexico (G Ceballos and G. Oliva, ed.).  Comision Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad Fondo de Cultura Economica.
93. Haynie, Michelle L., Brian R. Amman, B. Dnate' Baxter, Nevin D. Durish, J. Delton Hanson, Lisa K. Longhofer, Francisca M. Mendez-Harclerode, Serena A. Reeder, John R. Suchecki, and Robert D. Bradley.  2005.  Small mammal records from Donley and Briscoe Counties, Texas.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 247:1-4.
92. Bradley, Lisa C., Brian R. Amman, Joel G. Brant, L. Rex McAililey, Francisca Mendez-Harclerode, John R. Suchecki, Robert J. Baker, Clyde Jones, and Robert D. Bradley.  2005.  History of mammalogy at Texas Tech University.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 243:1-30.
91. Carroll, Darin. S., and Robert D. Bradley.  2005.  Systematics of the genus Sigmodon: DNA sequences from beta-fibrinogen and cytochrome-b.  The Southwestern Naturalist, 50: 342-349.
90. Bradley, Robert D.  2005.  What the old dogs said: perspectives from a pup.  Pp. 285-289 in Going Afield (Clyde Jones and Carleton J. Phillips, eds.).   Museum of Texas Tech University.
89. Méndez-Harclerode, Francisca M., J. Delton Hanson, Charles F. Fulhorst, Mary L. Milazzo, Donald C. Ruthven III, and Robert D. Bradley.  2005.  Genetic diversity within the southern plains woodrat (Neotoma micropus) in southern Texas.  Journal of Mammalogy, 86:180-190.

 

2004

88. Abbott, Ken D., Mary L. Milazzo, Josh Keith, Robert D. Bradley, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  Epizootiology of arenaviral infections in the white-throated woodrat (Muridae: Sigmodontinae) and other woodrats in Arizona. Journal of Vector Ecology, 29:355-364.
87. Reeder, Serena A., and Robert D. Bradley.  2004.  Molecular Systematics of Neotomine-Peromyscine Rodents Based on the dentin matrix protein 1 gene.   Journal of Mammalogy, 85:1194-1200.
86. Bradley, Robert D., Darin S. Carroll, Michelle L. Haynie, Raul Muñiz-Martínez, Meredith J. Hamilton, and C. William Kilpatrick.  2004.  A new species of Peromyscus from western Mexico.  Journal of Mammalogy, 85:1184-1193.
85. Durish, Nevin D., Kristina Halcomb, C. William Kilpatrick, and Robert D. Bradley.  2004.  Molecular systematics of the Peromyscus truei species group. Journal of Mammalogy, 85:1160-1169.
84. Coffey, Lark L., Anne-Sophie Carrara, Slobodan Paessler, Robert D. Bradley, Michelle l. Haynie, Robert B. Tesh, and Scott C. Weaver.  2004.  Experimental infection of cotton rats (Sigmodon hispidus) from endemic and non-endemic areas with everglades virus.  Emerging Infectious Diseases, 10:2182-2188.
83. Suchecki, John R., Donald C. Ruthven, Charles F. Fulhorst, and Robert D. Bradley.  2004.  Natural history of Southern Plains Woodrats (Neotoma micropus). Texas Journal of Science, 56:131-140.
82. Bradley, Robert D., Cody W. Edwards, Darin S. Carroll, and C. William Kilpatrick.  2004.  Phylogenetic relationships of Neotomine-Peromyscine rodents: based on DNA sequences from the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene. Journal of Mammalogy, 85:389-395.
81. Bradley, Robert D., Francisca Mendez-Harclerode, Meredith J. Hamilton, and Gerardo Ceballos.  2004.  A new species of Reithrodontomys from Guerrero, Mexico.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 231:i+1-12.
80. Bradley, Robert D., Fred C. Bryant, Lisa C. Bradley, Michelle L. Haynie, and Robert J. Baker.  2003.  Characteristics of hybridization between white-tailed deer and mule deer in northwestern Texas.  The Southwestern Naturalist, 48:654-660.

 

2003

79. Baryakhtar V.G., M.D. Bondarkov, S.P. Gaschak, Ju.A.Goryanaya, A.M. Maximenko, V.V. Liabik,  R.K. Chesser, R.J. Baker. Problems in small mammals radioecology // Environmental Sciences and  Pollution Research. 2003. Special Issue No 1. P. 95-106.
78. Baker, Robert J., Lisa C. Bradley, Robert D. Bradley, Jerry W. Dragoo, Mark D. Engstrom, Robert S. Hoffmann, Cheri A. Jones, Fiona Reid, Dale W. Rice, and Clyde Jones.  Revised checklist of North American mammals north of Mexico, 2003.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 229:1-23.
77. Baker, Robert J., Robert D. Bradley, and Lee R. McAliley, Jr.  Pocket Gophers (Geomyidae).  2003. Pp. 276-287 in Wild mammals of North America Biology, Management, and Conservation (G. A. Feldhamer, B. C. Thompson, and J. A. Chapman eds.). Second edition, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.
76. Bradley, Robert D.  2003.  Review of Texas Bats by Merlin D. Tuttle.  Wildlife Society Bulletin, 31:912.
75. Suchecki, John R., Brian R. Amman, Dnate’ Baxter, Maria Cajimat, Darin S. Carroll, Nevin D. Durish, Charles F. Fulhorst, John D. Hanson, Michelle L. Haynie, Mariko Kageyama, Lisa Longhofer, Francisca Mendez-Harclerode, Ciro Milazzo, Jr., Mary L. Milazzo, Serena A. Reeder, Donald C. Ruthven, David R. Synatzske, and Robert D. Bradley.  Lasiurus ega and other small mammal records from Dimmit and La Salle counties, Texas.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 225:1-3.
74. Bradley, Robert D., Roslyn Martinez, Mary Maltbie, Irene Tieman-Boege, Holly A. Wichman, and Robert J. Baker.  2003.  Rapidly evolving repetitive DNAs in a karyotypically megaevolved genome: a test of factors that affect chromosomal evolution. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 223:1-8.
73. Wickliffe, Jeffrey K., Federico G. Hoffmann, Darin S. Carroll, Yelena V. Dunina-Barkovskaya, Robert D. Bradley, and Robert J. Baker.  2003.  PCR and sequencing primers for intron 7 (Fgb-I7) of the fibrinogen, B beta polypeptide (Fgb) in mammals: a novel nuclear DNA phylogenetic marker. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 219:i+1-6.

 

2002

72. Edwards, Cody W. and Robert D. Bradley.  2002.  Molecular systematics of the genus Neotoma. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 25:489-500.
71. Amman, Brian R., Robert D. Owen, and Robert D. Bradley.  2002.  Utility of hair structure for taxonomic discrimination in bats, with an example from the bats of Colorado.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 216:1-14.
70. Fulhorst, Charles F., Mary L. Milazzo, Darin S. Carroll, Remi N. Charrel, and Robert D. Bradley.  2002.  Natural host relationships and genetic diversity of Whitewater Arroyo virus in southern Texas.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 67:114-118.
69. Carroll, Darin S., Lottie L. Peppers, Clyde Jones, and Robert D. Bradley.  2002.  Sigmodon ochrognathus is monotypic: evidence from DNA sequences.  Southwestern Naturalist, 47:494-497.
68. Fulhorst, Charles F., Stephen G. Bennett, Mary L. Milazzo, Hugh Murray, Jr., James P. Webb, Jr., Maria N. B. Cajimat, and Robert D. Bradley.  2002.  Bear Canyon virus: an arenavirus naturally associated with the California mouse (Peromyscus californicus).  Journal of Emerging Infectious Diseases, 8:717-721.
67. Clary, Melinda L., Richard E. Strauss, Brian A, Locke, Donna J. Howell, Robert J. Baker, and Robert D. Bradley.  2002.  Small mammal communities and habitat associations in the Chihuahuan Desert. Occasional Papers, the Museum, Texas Tech University, 215:1-15.
66. Peppers, Lottie L., Darin S. Carroll, and Robert D. Bradley.  2002.  Molecular systematics of the genus Sigmodon: evidence from the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene.  Journal of Mammalogy, 83:396-407.
65. Strauss, Richard E., Robert D. Bradley, and Robert D. Owen.  2002.  Effects of small sample sizes on the asymmetry and reliability of dendrograms.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 214:1-11.
64. Edwards, Cody W., and Robert D. Bradley.  2002.  Molecular systematics and the historical phylobiogeography of the Neotoma mexicana species group.  Journal of Mammalogy, 83:20-30.
2001
63. Allen, Kelly E., Robert D. Bradley, R. Richard Monk, Oleksiy V. Knyazhnitskiy, Nick C. Parker, David J. Schmidly, and Robert J. Baker.  2001.  Employment of geographic information systems for determining the accuracy of museum voucher specimen data.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 210:1-7.
62. Bradley, Robert D., and Robert J. Baker.  2001.  A test of the genetic species concept: cytochrome-b sequences and mammals.  Journal of Mammalogy, 82:960-973.
61. Edwards, Cody W., and Robert D. Bradley.  2001.  Molecular phylogenetics of the Neotoma floridana species group.  Journal of Mammalogy, 82:791-798.
60. Fulhorst, Charles F., Mary L. Milazzo, Robert D. Bradley, and Lottie L. Peppers.  2001.  Experimental infection of Neotoma albigula (Muridae) with Whitewater Arroyo virus (Arenaviridae).  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 65:147-151.
59. Roberts, Heather R., David J. Schmidly, and Robert D. Bradley.  2001.  Peromyscus simulus. Mammalian Species, 669:1-3. 
58. Mantooth, Stacy J., Mary L. Milazzo, Robert D. Bradley, Christine L. Hice, Gerardo Ceballos, Robert B. Tesh, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  2001.  Geographical distribution of rodent-associated hantaviruses in Texas.  Journal of Vector Ecology, 26:7-14.
57. Edwards, Cody W., Charles F. Fulhorst, and Robert D. Bradley.  2001.  Molecular phylogenetics of the Neotoma albigula species group: further evidence of a paraphyletic assemblage.  Journal of Mammalogy, 82:267-279.
56. Fulhorst, Charles F., Remi N. Charrel, Scott C. Weaver, Thomas G. Ksiazek, Robert D. Bradley, Mary L. Milazzo, Robert B. Tesh, and Michael D. Bowen.  2001.  Geographic distribution and genetic diversity of Whitewater Arroyo virus in the southwestern United States.  Journal of Emerging Infectious Diseases, 7:403-407.
55. Darin M. Bell, Meredith J. Hamilton, Cody W. Edwards, Lara E. Wiggins, Raul Muñiz-Martínez, Richard E. Strauss, Robert D. Bradley, and Robert J. Baker.  2001.  Patterns of karyotypic megaevolution in Reithrodontomys: evidence from a cytochrome-b phylogenetic hypothesis.  Journal of Mammalogy, 82:81-91.

2000

54. Jolley, Ted W., Rodney L. Honeycutt, and Robert D. Bradley.  2000.  Evolution of the 12S rRNA Gene in Pocket Gophers (Genus: Geomys).  Journal of Mammalogy, 81:1025-1034.
53. Tiemann-Boege, Irene, C. William Kilpatrick, David J. Schmidly, and Robert D. Bradley.  2000.  Molecular phylogenetics of the Peromyscus boylii species group.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 16:366-378.
52. Edwards, Cody W., Darin S. Carroll, Melinda L. Clary, Kristina E. Halcomb, Michelle L. Haynie, Steven R. Hoofer, Federico G. Hoffman, Mark B. O'Neill, Eric Webb, Meredith J, Hamilton, Ronald A. Van Den Bussche, David J. Schmidly, Clyde Jones, and Robert D. Bradley.  2000.  Records of mammals from northeast and south Texas.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 200:1-7.
51. Mantooth, Stacy J., Clyde Jones, and Robert D. Bradley.  2000.  Molecular systematics of Dipodomys elator (Rodentia: Heteromyidae).  Journal of Mammalogy, 81:885-894.
50. Bradley, Robert D., Irene Tiemann-Boege, C. William Kilpatrick, and David J. Schmidly.  2000.  Taxonomic status of Peromyscus boylii sacarensis: inferences from DNA sequences of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene.  Journal of Mammalogy, 81:875-884.
49. Peppers, Lottie L. and Robert D. Bradley.  2000.  Cryptic species in Sigmodon hispidus: evidence from DNA sequences.  Journal of Mammalogy, 81:332-343.

 

1999

48. Castro-Campillo, A. Alondra, Heather R. Roberts, David J. Schmidly, and Robert D. Bradley.  1999.  The systematic status of Peromyscus boylii ambiguus based on morphological and molecular data. Journal of Mammalogy, 80:1214-1231.
47. Jones, Clyde and Robert D. Bradley.  1999.  Notes on red bats, Lasiurus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae), of the Davis Mountains and vicinity, Texas. Texas Journal of Science, 51:341-344.
46. Bradley, Robert D., and Robert J. Baker.  1999.  Geomys knoxjonesi Species Account. Pp. 564-565 in The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.).  Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.
45. Bradley, Robert D., and David J. Schmidly.  1999.  Peromyscus boylii. Pp. 486-487 in The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.).  Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.
44. Bradley, Robert D., Darin S. Carroll, Melinda L. Clary, Cody W. Edwards, Irene Tiemann-Boege, Meredith J. Hamilton, Ronald A Van Den Bussche, and Clyde Jones.  1999.  Comments on some small mammals from the Big Bend and Trans-Pecos regions of Texas. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 193:1-6.
43. Clary, Melinda L., Darin M. Bell, Cody W. Edwards, Donna J. Howell, Ted W. Jolley, Nicole Lewis-Oritt, Stacy J. Mantooth, Lottie L. Peppers, Irene Tiemann-Boege, Brian Locke, Robert J, Baker, and Robert D. Bradley.  1999.  The mammals of Ft. Bliss Military Base. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 192:1-16.
42. Mauk, Charlene L., Marilyn A. Houck, and Robert D. Bradley.  1999.  Morphometric analysis of seven species of pocket gophers (Geomys). Journal of Mammalogy, 80:499-511.
41. Peppers, Johnny A., James G. Owen, and Robert D. Bradley.  1999.  The karyotype of Peromyscus stirtoni and its implications on chromosomal evolution in the Peromyscus mexicanus species group. The Southwestern Naturalist, 44:109-112.
40. Bradley, Robert D., David J. Schmidly, and Clyde Jones.  1999.  The northern rock mouse, Peromyscus nasutus (Mammalia: Rodentia), from the Davis Mountains, Texas.  Occasional Papers, Museum, Texas Tech University, 190:1-3.

 

1998

39. Parker, Nick C., Robert J. Baker, Robert D. Bradley, Clyde Jones, R. Richard Monk, David J. Schmidly, Raymond W. Sims, and Frank D. Yancey II.  1998.  A partnership providing field data for GAP Analysis: Texas Tech Museum and Texas GAP Program.  Pps. 37-39 in GAP Analysis Bullentin No. 7 (E. S. Brackney and M. D. Jennings, eds.), USGS/BRD/Gap Analysis Program, Moscow, Idaho.
38. Baker, Robert J., Carleton J. Phillips, Robert D. Bradley, John Burns, Gary F. Edson, Donald R. Haragan, Clyde Jones, R. Richard Monk, John T. Montford, David J. Schmidly, and Nick C. Parker.  1998.  Bioinformatics, museums and society: Integrating biological data for knowledge based decisions.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 187:i+1-4.
37. Parker, Nick. C., Robert D. Bradley, John Burns, Gary F. Edson, Donald R. Haragan, Clyde Jones, R. Richard Monk, John T. Montford, Carleton J. Phillips, David J. Schmidly, and Robert J. Baker.  1998.  Bioinformatics: a multidisciplinary approach for the life sciences. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 186:i+1-8.
36. Roberts, Heather R., David J. Schmidly, and Robert D. Bradley.  1998.  Peromyscus spicilegus. Mammalian Species, 596:1-4.
35. Nekrutenko, Anton, David M. Hillis, John C. Patton, Robert D. Bradley, and Robert J. Baker.  1998.  Cytosolic isocitrate dehydrogenase in human, mouse and voles and analysis of the enzyme family.  Journal of Molecular Biology and Evolution, 15:1674-1684.
34. Bradley, Robert D., Ted W. Jolley, Lottie L. Peppers, Heather R. Roberts, Eileen Johnson, Lynn Pace, Sam Angulo, David Riskind, and Robert J. Baker.  1998.  Checklist of the Recent Vertebrate Fauna of the Lubbock Lake Landmark State Historical Park: 1995-1997. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 185:1-7.
33. Peppers, Lottie L., Darin M. Bell, James C. Cathey, Ted W. Jolley, Roslyn Martinez, Cole W. Matson, Anton Y. Nekrutenko, and Robert D. Bradley.  1998.  Distributional records of small mammals in Texas. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 184:1-5.
32. Bradley, Robert D., Ronald M. Adkins, Rodney L. Honeycutt, and John H. McDonald. 1998.  Nucleotide polymorphism at the alcohol dehydrogenase locus of pocket gophers, genus Geomys. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 15:709-717.

 

1997

31. Jones, Clyde, Robert S. Hoffmann, Dale W. Rice, Mark D. Engstrom, Robert D. Bradley, David J. Schmidly, Cheri A. Jones, and Robert J. Baker.  1997.  Revised checklist of North American mammals north of Mexico.  Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 173:1-19.
30. Roberts, Heather R., Ted W. Jolley, Lottie L. Peppers, James C. Cathey. Roslyn Martinez, Johnny A. Peppers, April L. Bates, and Robert D. Bradley.  1997.  Noteworthy records of small mammals in Texas. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 172:1-7.
29. Baker, Robert J., Bob Albin, Robert D. Bradley, James J. Bull, John M. Burns, Kelley A. Clark, Gary Edson, Rodolfo E. Estrada, E. Farley, C. B. Fedler, Burhan M. Gharaibeh, Richard L. Hammer, Clyde Jones, Richard Monk, John T. Montford, G. Moore, Nick C. Parker, J. Rawlings, Andrew Sansom, David J. Schmidly, Rayman W. Sims, Holley A. Wichman, and Frank D. Yancey.  1997.  Natural Science Database: Resource management and public health. Pp. 10-20 in  Collaboration: The 'Key' to Success (M. Shaughnessy, ed.). Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference, Organization of Fish and Wildlife Information Managers, Key Largo, FL. 96 pp.
28. Peppers, Johnny A., Meredith J. Hamilton, Raul Muniz-Martinez, Joaquin Arroyo-Cabrales, and Robert D. Bradley.  1997.  Noteworthy karyotypes of rodents from Durango, Mexico. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 168:1-6.
27. Bradley, Robert D. and David M. Hillis.  1997.  Recombinant DNA sequences generated by PCR amplification. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 14:592-593.

 

1996

26. Hrachovy, Sara K., Robert D. Bradley, and Clyde Jones.  1996.  Neotoma goldmani. Mammalian Species, 545:1-3.
25. Chesser, Ronald K., Robert D. Bradley, Ronald A. Van Den Bussche, Meredith J. Hamilton, and Robert J. Baker.  1996.  Maintenance of a narrow hybrid zone in Geomys: results from contiguous clustering analyses. Pp. 35-45 in Contributions in Mammalogy: A Memorial Volume Honoring Dr. J. Knox Jones, Jr. (H. H. Genoways and R. J. Baker, eds). Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock.
24. Bradley, Robert D., Schmidly, David J., and C. William Kilpatrick.  1996.  The relationships of Peromyscus sagax to the P. boylii and P. truei species groups in Mexico based on morphometric, karyotypic, and allozymic data. Pp. 95-106 in Contributions in Mammalogy: A Memorial Volume Honoring Dr. J. Knox Jones, Jr. (H. H. Genoways and R. J. Baker, eds). Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock.
23. Baker, Robert J., Andrew D. Simmons, Madison S. Powell, Jonathan L. Longmire, and Robert D. Bradley.  1996.  Heterochromatic markers in pocket gophers: their utility in identification of species. Pp. 25-34 in Contributions in Mammalogy: A Memorial Volume Honoring Dr. J. Knox Jones, Jr. (H. H. Genoways and R. J. Baker, eds). Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock.
22. Bradley, Robert D., Robert D. Owen, and David J. Schmidly.  1996.  Morphological variation in Peromyscus spicilegus.  Occasional Papers, the Museum, Texas Tech University, 159:1-23.

1995

21. Schmidly, David J., and Robert D. Bradley.  1995.  Morphological variation in the Sinaloan mouse, Peromyscus similus. Revista Mexicana de Mastozoologia, 1:44-58.
20. Jones, J K., Jr., Robert D. Bradley, and Robert J. Baker.  1995.  Hybrid pocket gophers and some thoughts on the relationship of natural hybrids to the rules of nomenclature and the Endangered Species Act. Journal of Mammalogy, 76:43-49.

1994

19. Bradley, Robert D., and Holley A. Wichman.  1994.  Rapidly evolving repetitive DNAs in a conservative genome: a test of factors that affect chromosomal evolution. Chromosome Research, 2:354-360.
18. Nedbal, Michael A., David J. Schmidly, and Robert D. Bradley. 1994.  New records of three bat species in Texas. Texas Journal of Science, 46:195-196.

1993

17. Dragoo, Jerry W., Rodney L. Honeycutt, Robert D. Bradley, and Joe W. Templeton.  1993.  Molecular phylogeny of the skunks (Mustelidae: Mephitinae). Journal of Mammalian Evolution, 1:255-267.
16. Van Den Bussche, Ronald A., Ronald K. Chesser, Meredith J. Hamilton, Robert D. Bradley, Calvin A. Porter, and Robert J. Baker.  1993.  Maintenance of a narrow hybrid zone in Peromyscus leucopus: a test of alternative models. Journal of Mammalogy, 74:832-845.
15. Bradley, Robert D., James J. Bull, Andrew D. Johnson, and David M. Hillis.  1993.  Origin of a novel allele in a mammalian hybrid zone. Proceedings National Academy of Sciences, 90:8939-8941.
14. Powell, Matt S., James G. Owen, and Robert D. Bradley.  1993.  Noteworthy records of bats from Honduras. Texas Journal of Science, 45:179-182.

1992

13. Baker, Robert J., Mary Maltbie, James G. Owen, Meredith J. Hamilton, and Robert D. Bradley.  1992.  Reduced number of ribosomal DNA sites in bats: evidence for a mechanism to contain genome size. Journal of Mammalogy, 73:847-858.
12. Lee, Thomas E., Jr., and Robert D. Bradley.  1992.  New distributional records of some mammals from Honduras. Texas Journal of Science, 44:109-111.

1991

11. Bradley, Robert D., Scott K. Davis, Samual F. Lockwood, John W. Bickham, and Robert J. Baker.  1991.  Hybrid breakdown and cellular DNA content in a contact zone between two species of pocket gophers (Geomys). Journal of Mammalogy, 72:697-705.
10. Bradley, Robert D., Scott K. Davis, and Robert J. Baker.  1991.  Genetic control of premating-isolating behavior; Kaneshiro's hypothesis and asymmetrical sexual selection in pocket gophers. Journal of Heredity, 82:192-196.
9. Bradley, Robert D., Scott K. Davis, J. Mark Bayouth, Meredith J. Hamilton, Mary Maltbie, and Robert J. Baker.  1991.  Chromosomal distribution of some repetitive DNA sequences in pocket gophers (Geomys, Cratogeomys, and Thomomys) as determined by in situ hybridization. Occasional Papers, the Museum, Texas Tech University, 141:1-14.

1990

8. Bradley, Robert D., David J. Schmidly, and Robert D. Owen.  1990.  Variation in the glans penes and bacula among Latin American populations of Peromyscus aztecus. Occasional Papers, the Museum Texas Tech University, 135:1-15.

 

1989

7. Bradley, Robert D., David J. Schmidly, and Robert D. Owen.  1989.  Variation in the glans penes and bacula among Latin American populations of the Peromyscus boylii species complex. Journal of Mammalogy, 70:712-725.
6. Baker, Robert J., Scott K. Davis, Robert D. Bradley, Meredith J. Hamilton, and Ronald A. Van Den Bussche.  1989.  Ribosomal-DNA, mitochondrial-DNA, chromosomal, and allozymic studies on a contact zone in the pocket gopher, Geomys. Evolution, 43:63-75.

1988

5. Bradley, Robert D., Ronald A. Van Den Bussche, Calvin A. Porter, and Meredith  J. Hamilton.  1988.  The harvest mouse, (Reithrodontomys humulis), in central Oklahoma, with comments on its karyotype. Texas Journal of Science, 40:449-450.
4. Schmidly, David J., Robert D. Bradley, and Paisley S. Cato.  1988.  Morphometric differentiation and taxonomy of three chromosomally characterized groups of Peromyscus boylii from east-central Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, 69:462-480.

 

1987

3. Bradley, Robert D., and David J. Schmidly.  1987.  The glans penes and bacula in Latin American taxa of the Peromyscus boylii group. Journal of Mammalogy, 68:596-616
2. Bradley, Robert D., and Jan Ensink.  1987.  Karyotypes of five cricetid rodents from Honduras. Texas Journal of Science, 39:171-175.

1986

1. Smith, Steven A., Robert D. Bradley, and Ira F. Greenbaum.  1986.  Karyotypic conservation in the Peromyscus mexicanus  group. Journal of Mammalogy, 67:584-586.

 

Manuscripts Published Electronically

Parker, Nick C., Robert J. Baker, Robert D. Bradley, Clyde Jones, R. Richard Monk, David J. Schmidly, Raymond W. Sims, and Frank D. Yancey II.  1997.  Texas Tech Museum and Texas GAP Program: A partnership providing field data for GAP analysis. <http://www.tcru.ttu.edu/tcru/>.

 

Technical Reports

7. Bradley, Robert D., J. Delton Hanson, Brian R. Amman, B. Dnate’ Baxter, Darin S. Carroll, Nevin D. Durish, Michelle L. Haynie, Mariko Kageyama, Lisa K. Longhofer, Francisca M. Mendez-Harclerode, Serena A. Reeder, John R. Suchecki, Donald C. Ruthven III, Maria N. B. Cajimat, Ciro Milazzo, Jr., Mary Lou Milazzo, and Charles F. Fulhorst.  2005.  Rapid recovery of rodent populations following a severe drought.  Wildlife Research Highlights (Raymond C. Telfair III, ed.), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.  Austin.
6. Suchecki, John R., Donald C. Ruthven, Charles F. Fulhorst, and Robert D. Bradley.  2005.  Natural history of Southern Plains Woodrats (Neotoma micropus).  Wildlife Research Highlights (Raymond C. Telfair III, ed.), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.  Austin.
5. Méndez-Harclerode, Francisca M. J. Delton Hanson, Charles F. Fulhorst, Mary L. Milazzo, Donald C. Ruthven III, and Robert D. Bradley.  2005.  Genetic diversity within the Southern Plains woodrat in southern Texas.  Wildlife Research Highlights (Raymond C. Telfair III, ed.), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.  Austin.
4. Baker, Robert J., Robert D. Bradley, Richard Monk, Nick C. Parker, Don McCarty, John Herron, and Ronnie R. George.  1999.  The natural science database and the world wide web.  Wildlife Research Highlights (Raymond C. Telfair III, ed.), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.  Austin.
3. Bradley, Robert D., Robert J. Baker, Clyde Jones, Nick C. Parker, David J. Schmidly, Vivian Ackerson, David H. Riskind, and Ronnie R. George.  1999.  Faunal surveys of state-owned properties.  Wildlife Research Highlights (Raymond C. Telfair III, ed.), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.  Austin.
2. Bradley, Robert D., Robert J. Baker, Clyde Jones, Nick C. Parker, David J. Schmidly, Vivian Ackerson, David H. Riskind, and Ronnie R. George.  1998.  Faunal surveys of state-owned properties.  Wildlife Research Highlights (Raymond C. Telfair III, ed.), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.  Austin.
1. Bradley, Robert D.  1996.  NSRL News.  Pp. 6 in Musenews: Newsletter of the Museum of Texas Tech University, 6:1-16.