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The following books, technical articles, research papers, websites, abstracts, etc. were used in formulating ideas, verifying personal observations, and directly quoted sources of knowledge in the development of this web site, or are Javelina related information sources that you may find helpful in learning more about Javelina hunting. 

References and Javelina Information Resources

Ballard, Warren B.,  Cunningham, Stan C. and Gustavson, Carl R. undated abstract.  Diet Selection of Mountain Lions in Southeastern Arizona.  Phoenix, Arizona Game and Fish Department,

Bellantoni, Elizabeth and Paul R. Krausman. 1991. Habitat Use by Desert Mule Deer and Collared Peccary in an Urban Environment. Tucson, AZ. Report 42. University of Arizona,  Pp .2, 3, 32-33. University of Arizona Press. 

Biota Information System Of New Mexico BISON version 1/2000 BISON was developed for biologists by The New Mexico Department of Game & Fish, and The Fish & Wildlife Information Exchange (Fisheries & Wildlife Dept., VA Tech, Blacksburg, VA). Other contributing agencies include the US Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service, US Fish and Wildlife Service, US Bureau of Reclamation, US Army Corps of Engineers, New Mexico State Land Office, and New Mexico Natural Heritage Program (U of NM).

Bissonette, John A. 1982. Ecology and Social Behavior of the Collared Peccary in Big Bend National Park. Washington D.C. U.S. Department of the Interior. Series 6.  Pp. ix-xi, 10-11, 15-16, 39-43, 47 

Day, Gerald I. 1986. Javelina: Research and Management in Arizona. Phoenix, Arizona. Arizona Game and Fish Department.

Day, Gerald I., and William K. Carrel. 1986. Aging Javelina By Tetracycline Labeling of Teeth. Phoenix, Arizona. Arizona Game and Fish Department.

Gilbert, Bil. 1999. Do Not Take the Javelina Lightly. Smithsonian 30 (5): 52-60.

Gottdenker, Nicole and Richard E. Bodmer. 1998. Reproduction and productivity of white-lipped and collared peccaries in the Peruvian Amazon. Journal of Zoology 245: 423-430.

Green, Galen and E. Grant. 1984. Variability of Observed Group Sizes Within Collared Peccary Herds. Journal of Wildlife Management 48 (1): 244-248.

Undated Javelina fact sheet/web page linked to Texas A & M University (http://tamu.edu/~huntmod/rec.hunting (not linked to source).

Knipe, Theodore. 1959. The Javelina in Arizona. Phoenix, Arizona. Arizona Game and Fish Department.

Harveson, Louis A.  and Tewes,  Michael E.,  - Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute. Rutledge Jimmy., Hillje, Jim.,  Huff, John., Henderson, Leif.,  and Taylor, Rick. - Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.  Silvy, Nova J.  - Texas A&M University.  Everitt, James H.  - USDA Agricultural Research Station-Remote Sensing Research Unit. undated abstract.  Ecology of Mountain Lions in South Texas

Hellgren, Eric C., Synatzske, D.R., Oldenburg, P.W., Guthery, F.S. 1995. Demography of a Collared Peccary Population in South Texas. Journal of Wildlife Management 59(1): 153-163.

Henry, Olivier and Jacky Judas. 1999.  Seasonal Variation of Home Range of Collared Peccary in Tropical Rain Forests of French Guiana. Journal of Wildlife Management 62 (2): 546-552.

Ingmarsson, Lisa. ,  Tayssu Tajacu - Collared Peccary.  Undated Narrative. University of Michigan

Jones, AP. , 2002. Javelina Hunting. Information, tips & tactics for successfully hunting trophy javelina. 2-34. Arizona Game Calls & AllPredatorCalls.com

 Marcellino, Sara. The Biogeography of the Collared Peccary (Tayassu tajacu). student article in Geography 316, Fall 1999. San Francisco State University Department of Geography

Mayer, John J. and Philip N. Brandt. 1982. Identity, Distribution, and Natural History of the Peccaries, Tayassuidae.  Mammalian Biology in South America, M.A. Mares and H.H. Genoways, eds. Pittsburgh, PA.: University of Pittsburgh Press: 433-55.

Peres, Carlos A. 1996. Population Status of White-lipped Tayassu pecari and Collared Peccaries T. tajacu in Hunted and Unhunted Amazonian Forests. Biological Conservation 77: 115-123.

Shively, C.L., F.M. Whitting, R.S. Swingle, W.H. Brown, L.K. Sowls. 1985. Some Aspects of the Nutritional Biology of the Collared Peccary. Journal of Wildlife Management 49 (3): 729-732.

Sowls, Lyle K. 1961. Hunter-check stations for collecting data on collared peccary. Tan. N.A. Wildl. Conf. 26:496-505.

Sowls, Lyle K. 1997. Javelinas and Other Peccaries. College Station, Texas. Texas A&M University Press.

Synatzske, David R. undated abstract. The Ecological Impacts Of Feral Swine. Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept.

Theimer, Tad C. and Paul Keim. 1994. Geographic Patterns of Mitochondrial-DNA Variation in Collared Peccaries. Journal of Mammalogy 75 (1): 121-128.

Theimer, Tad C. and Paul Keim. 1998. Phylogenetic Relationships of Peccaries Based on Mitochondrial Cytochrome B DNA Sequences. Journal of Mammalogy 79 (2): 566-572. 

Ticer, Cindy L. D., R.A. Ockenfels, T.E. Morrell, J.C.deVos, Jr. 1994. Habitat Use and Activity Patterns of Urban-Dwelling Javelina in Prescott, Arizona. Tech. Rep. 14, Phoenix, Arizona. Arizona Game and Fish Department.

Ockenfels, R.A., G.I. Day and V.C. Supplee. 1985. Peccary Workshop Proceedings. Tucson, AZ. University of Arizona Press.

Zervanos, Stan M. and Gerald I. Day. 1977. Water and Energy Requirements of Captive and Free-Living Collared Peccaries. Journal of Wildlife Management 41 (3): 527-532.


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