Greater Sage Grouse Annotated Bibliography

 

Species names

Plant nomenclature follows usage by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (https://plants.usda.gov). Animal nomenclature follows usage by the Integrated Taxonomic Information System (https://itis.gov).

    Common name
    Scientific name
American kestrelFalco sparverius Linnaeus
American minkNeovison vison Schreber (formerly Mustela vison Schreber)
badgerTaxidea taxus Schreber
beetlesColeoptera [order]
big sagebrushArtemisia tridentata Nuttall
black grouseLyrurus tetrix Linnaeus
black sagebrushArtemisia nova A. Nelson
bobcatLynx rufus Schreber
Brewer's sparrowSpizella breweri Cassin
cat (domestic or feral)Felis catus Linnaeus
cattle (domestic)Bos taurus Linnaeus
cheatgrass (downy brome)Bromus tectorum Linnaeus
chickenGallus domesticus1
Colorado pinyon (piñon)Pinus edulis Engelmann
Columbian sharp-tailed grouseTympanuchus phasianellus columbianus Ord
common ravenCorvus corax Linnaeus
coniferPinopsida [class]
coyoteCanis latrans Say
deerOdocoileus species Rafinesque
deer mousePeromyscus maniculatus Wagner
dogCanis species Linnaeus
dunes sagebrush lizardSceloporus arenicolus Degenhardt & Jones
eagleAccipitridae [family] -usually golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos Linnaeus), but also bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus Linnaeus)
elkCervus elaphus Linnaeus
falconFalco species Linnaeus
fliesDiptera [order]
golden-cheeked warblerSetophaga chrysoparia Sclater & Salvin (formerly Dendroica chrysoparia Sclater & Salvin)
gopher snakePituophis catenifer Blainville
greasewoodSarcobatus vermiculatus (Hooker) Torrey
greater sage-grouseCentrocercus urophasianus Bonaparte
Gunnison sage-grouseCentrocercus minimus Young, Braun, Oyler-McCance, Hupp, & Quinn
hawkAccipitridae [family] (Buteo Lacepede species or Accipiter Brisson species)
juniperJuniperus species Linnaeus
lesser prairie chickenTympanuchus pallidicinctus Ridgway
long-tailed weaselMustela frenata Linnaeus
low sagebrush (little)Artemisia arbuscula Nuttall subspecies arbuscula
magpiePica pica Linneaus
mesquiteProsopis species Linnaeus
monarch butterflyDanaus plexippus Linnaeus
mountain big sagebrushArtemisia tridentata Nuttall subspecies vaseyana (Rydberg) Beetle
Nebraska sedgeCarex nebrascensis Dewey
northern goshawkAccipiter gentilis Linnaeus
northern harrierCircus cyaneus Linnaeus
owlStrigidae [family]
pinyon pine (piñon)Pinus edulis Engelmann and (or) Pinus monophylla Torrey & Frémont
porcupineErethizon dorsatus Linnaeus
rabbitbrushChrysothamnus species Nuttall and (or) Ericameria species Nuttall
raccoonProcyon lotor Linnaeus
red foxVulpes vulpes Linnaeus
red grouseLagopus lagopus scotica Latham
sage thrasherOreoscoptes montanus J.K. Townsend
sagebrushArtemisia species Linnaeus
sagebrush sparrowArtemisiospiza nevadensis Ridgway
sheep (domestic)Ovis aries Linneaus
silver sagebrushArtemisia cana Pursh subspecies bolanderi (A. Gray) G.H. Ward
single-leaf pinyon (piñon)Pinus monophylla Torrey & Frémont
striped skunkMephitis mephitis Schreber
Utah juniperJuniperus osteosperma (Torrey) Little
western juniperJuniperus grandis R.P. Adams
western rattlesnakeCrotalus oreganus Holbrook
Wyoming big sagebrushArtemisia tridentata Nuttall subspecies wyomingensis Beetle & Young

1Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, 2000, U.S. trade descriptions for poultry: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Marketing and Regulatory Programs, Agricultural Marketing Service, Poultry Programs, AMS 71, accessed January 24, 2018, at https://www.ams.usda.gov/sites/default/files/media/Chicken_Trade_Descriptions%5B1%5D.pdf .