(from the usually defunct La Cotinga website)

several  publications are missing

Schaldach, Jr., W. J. and C. McClaughlin, 1960.
A new genus of glassophagine bat from Colima, Mexico.
Proc. Los Angeles County Museum, April.

Schaldach, Jr., W. J. 1960
.XenomysNelsoni Merrian, sus relaciones y hábitos. (a wood rat),
life history data. Revista Sociedad Mexicana de Historia Natural, Tomo XXI,
Numero 2 &#8211; December.<

Phillips, A.R. and W. J. Schaldach, Jr. 1960.
New records of raptors from Jalisco, Mexico.
Condor, 62: 295.

Schaldach, Jr., W. J. 1960.
Occurrence of the Slaty and Dwarf Vireos in Jalisco, Mexico.

Schaldach, Jr., W. J. and A. R. Phillips 1961.
The Eared Poorwill Auk, 73:567 572 (publication)

Schaldach, Jr., W. J. 1963.
The Avifauna of Colima and Adjacent Jalisco, Mexico.
Proc., Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology (Los Angeles)
No. 1 pp. 1  100.

Heist, T. and W. J. Schaldach, Jr. 1965.
On the Terminal Caudal Vertebra of Nyeteris
(a bat from the old world tropics)
Smithsonian Miscellaneous Publication.

Schaldach, Jr., W.J. 1966.
New forms of mammals from Southern Oaxaca, Mexico,
with notes on some mammals of the coast range.
Heft 4: pp. 286 &#8211; 297 (Munich, Germany)

Schaldach, Jr., W.J. 1968.
Notas Sobre Algunos Mamíferos del Sureste de Mexico.
Anales Del Instituto de Biologia.
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico

All below published in Historia Natural de Los Tuxtlas
Inst. Biol., UNAM 1997.

Schaldach,    Jr., W.J. 1997
Buteo Swainsonii  Swainson Hawk

Schaldach, Jr., W.J. 1997.
Geotrygon Carrikeri, Purplish Backed Quail Dove

Schaldach,    Jr., W.J. 1997.
Psaracolins Montezuma Moctezuma Oropendola

Schaldach,  Jr., W.J. 1997.
Psilohinus Morio Brown Jay.And Quiscalus Mexicanus Great Tailed Grackle pp. 558 566 ;
Life History Studies

Schaldach,  Jr., W.J. 1997, Leticia Huidobro Campos<
and Hector Espinoza Pérez.
Los Peces Marinos pp. 463 &#8211; 471

Schaldach,  Jr., W.J. 1997 and Patricia Escalante Pliego
pp. 572 588 Lista de Aves
(Historia Natural de Los Tuxtlas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico

Schaldach, Jr., W.J. 1998, P. Escalante P, and K. Winkes
Further Notes on the Avifauna of Oaxaca.
Anales del Instituto de Biología, U.N.A.M. Mexico, D.F.

Additionally: four major works in  manuscript to be published.
(if someone´s prepared to edit them!  DZ)

Birding Books Dedicated to W. J. S. Jr.

Wauer, Roland 1992.    A Naturalists Mexico
Howell, Steve and Sophie Webb 1995.
A Guide to the Birds of Mexico and Northern Central America
(Oxford University Press)

New Forms of Mammals
(described by W.J.S., Jr. With Charles McClaughlin)
Musonycteris harrisoni
New genus of nectar feeding bat from Colima, Mexico     (1960).

New  Genus and Species
Notiosorex (xenosorex) phillipsi. A shrew from the Oaxaca Mountains (1966)

Two New Subspecies
(1966) Orthogeomys grandis alvarezi
A large pocket gopher from the Oaxacan Mountains
Tylomys nudicaudus villai
An arboreal rat from the cloud forest of the Oaxacan Mountains

Species Discovered by W.J.S., Jr. But Named By Others
MammalsPeromyscus Ochraventer Baker 1951.
A large deer mouse from Tamaulipas, Mexico.
Neotama angusta palata Baker 1951.
A wood rat from Tamaulipas, Mexico.

New  Subspecies of Tropical Bird
A Foliage Gleaner (Amabacerthia variegaticeps     shaldachi
named for William J. Schaldach, Jr. By Dr. Kevin Winker (1997)
a disjunct population in the cloud forest of central Guerrero.

Personal History
William J. Schaldach, Jr., has achieved world recognition as the Dean of Mexican
Ornithology. He was born in New England  in 1924, the son of the renowned
watercolor artist and fishing editor for Field and Stream Magazine from 1923 - 1933,
William J. Schaldach, Sr.

In addition to other references,
A Guide to    the Birds of Mexico and Northern Central America; Howell and Webb
1995. (the guide book used by most birders today) is dedicated to Mr. Schaldach, Jr.,

as was Roland H. Wauers   A Naturalists Mexico,(1992- Texas A.M. Univ. Press)
Partially Annotated and Taxonomic Checklist of The Birds of The State of Veracruz, Mexico
by W. J. Schaldach, Jr.,  Catemaco, Veracruz, Mexico, 1998 - 2003

Veracruz, Mexico