1967a: Occupation of nestboxes by the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius L.
1967b: Weight changes of the common dormouse during the year.
2007: Nest site preference of common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) in two different habitat types of central Italy.
The common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius Linnaeus, 1758) is a nocturnal, arboreal and elusive rodent species.
The lack of accurate calculation of the sample area may result in severely overestimated densities of the common dormouse (Juskaitis 2014).
Our study aims to estimate population density of the common dormouse using capture-recapture data obtained by live-trapping, thus avoiding any possible influence on natural population density.
Common dormouse population size and density were investigated using a grid of 49 wooden live-traps (18 x 7.
The common dormouse has a wide geographical range across Europe, inhabiting areas of deciduous woodland, especially where scrubby understory is present (Bright et al.
Here, we will focus on a local conservation monitoring project for the common dormouse in North Wales, U.
Also because the common dormouse is relatively long-lived, and because we cannot exclude the possibility of immigration and emigration in our population, we assume that the population is open to unobserved movement of individuals to and from the monitored population.
2003: The effect of exposure and height of nest-boxes on grid colonization by the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius).
2012: Testing the use of two types of nest box by the common dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius.