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This study evaluated and compared the chromosomes of 2 populations of Peromyscus difficilis felipensis which has a broad but discontinuous distribution. One population occurs throughout the central highlands of Mexico, 2000 m above sea level, where the population range extends through the States of Mexico and Morelos; the second population is found in a locality called Cerro San Felipe, State of Oaxaca. The chromosomes were obtained from bone marrow cells, and their classification is describeddoi:10.1508/cytologia.70.243 fatcat:7iyrhbq7fjdhzgjhv2cop5yixe