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American Ornithologists' Union(AOU). 2000. Forty-second supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Auk. 117(3):847-858. Available from[0847:FSSTTA]2.0.CO;2 A00AOU01IDUS
Arsenault A, Goward T. 2000. The drip zone effect: new insights into the distribution of rare lichens. Vol. 2. A00ARS01IDUS
Aubry KB. 2000. Amphibians in managed, second-growth Douglas-fir forests. Journal of Wildlife Management. 64(4):1041-1052. Available from A00AUB01IDUS
Baskin CC, Baskin JM. 2000. Seed germination ecology of Lesquerella lyrata Rollins (Brassicaceae), a federally threatened winter annual. Natural Areas Journal. 20:159-165. A00BAS01IDUS
Benjamin L. 2000. Groundwater hydrology of the Henry's Fork springs. Intermountain Journal of Sciences. 6(3):119-142. Available from A00BEN01IDUS
Britton EG, Williams. RS. 1900. A new species of Mnium from Idaho and Montana. Bryologist. 3:6-7. A00BRI01IDUS
Bridges CM, Semlitsch RD. 2000. Variation in pesticide tolerance of tadpoles among and within species of Ranidae and patterns of amphibian decline. Conservation Biology. 14(5):1490-1499. Available from A00BRI02IDUS
Brown PM, Ryan MG, Andrews TG. 2000. Historical surface fire frequency in ponderosa pine stands in research natural areas, central Rocky Mountains and Black Hills, USA. Natural Areas Journal. 20(2):133-139. Available from A00BRO01IDUS
Broughton RE, Gold JR. 2000. Phylogenetic relationships in the North American cyprinid genus CYPRINELLA (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae) based on sequences of the mitochondrial ND2 and ND4L genes. Copeia. 2000:1-10. A00BRO01NAUS
Callaway RM, Aschelhoug ET. 2000. Invasive plants versus their new and old neighbors: a mechanism for exotic invasion. Science. 290(20):521-522. A00CAL01IDUS
Canterbury GE, Martin TE, Petit DR, Bradford DF. 2000. Bird communities and habitat as ecological indicators of forest condition in regional monitoring. Conservation Biology. 14(2):544-558. A00CAN01IDUS
Carey C. 2000. Infectious disease and worldwide declines of amphibian populations, with comments on emerging diseases in coral reef organisms and in humans. Environmental Health Perspectives. 108(Suppl 1):143-150. Available from A00CAR01IDUS
Connelly JW, Schroeder MA, Sands AR, Braun CE. 2000. Guidelines to manage sage grouse populations and their habitats. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 28(4):967-985. Available from A00CON01IDUS
Conroy CJ, Cook JA. Submitted. Molecular systematics of a Holarctic rodent (MICROTUS: Muridae). Journal of Mammalogy. 81:344-359. A00CON01NACA
Cotton CL, Parker KL. 2000. Winter habitat and nest trees used by northern flying squirrels in subboreal forests. Journal of Mammalogy. 81:1071-1086. A00COT01NAUS
Culver DC, Master LL, Christman MC, Hobbs, III HH. 2000. Obligate cave fauna of the 48 contiguous United States. Conservation Biology. 14(2):386-401. A00CUL01IDUS
Dixon RD, Saab VA. 2000. Black-backed Woodpecker (Picoides arcticus). A00DIX01IDUS
Duggleby RG, Kartikasari AER, Wunsch RM, Lee Y, Kil M, Shin J, Chang S. 2000. Expression in Escherichia coli of a putative human acetohydroxyacid synthase. Journal of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 33(3):95-201. Available from A00DUG01IDUS
Dwight, Jr. J. 1900. The moult of the North American Tetraonidae (quails, partridges and grouse). Auk. 17:34-51. A00DWI01IDUS
Echelle AA, Van Den Bussche RA, Malloy, Jr. TP, Haynie ML, Minckley CO. 2000. Mitochondrial DNA variation in pupfishes assigned to the species CYPRINODON MACULARIUS (Atherinomorpha: Cyprinodontidae): taxonomic implications and conservation. Copeia. 2000(2):353-364. A00ECH01NAUS
Eldridge D. 2000. Ecology and management of biological soil crusts: recent developments and future challenges. Bryologist. 103(4):742-747. A00ELD01IDUS
Ertter B. 2000. Floristic surprises in North America North of Mexico. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 87:81-109. A00ERT01IDUS
Esler D, Schmutz JA, Jarvis RL, Mulcahy DM. 2000. Winter survival of adult female harlequin ducks in relation to history of contamination by the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Journal of Wildlife Management. 64(3):839-847. Available from A00ESL01IDUS
Fauth PT. 2000. Reproductive success of Wood Thrushes in forest fragments in northern Indiana. Auk. 117:194-204. A00FAU01NACA
Frest TJ, Johannes EJ. 2000. An annotated checklist of Idaho land and freshwater mollusks. Journal of the Idaho Academy of Science. 36(2):1-51. Available from A00FRE01IDUS