eastern woodrat

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Synonyms for eastern woodrat

large greyish-brown wood rat of the southeastern United States

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The distribution and ecology of the eastern woodrat, Neotoma floridana, in Indiana.
The present distribution and status of the eastern woodrat, Neotoma floridana, in Indiana.
The eastern woodrat (Neotoma floridana) in southern Illinois: assessment of preexisting and reintroduced populations.
Reintroduction of the eastern woodrat (Neotoma floridana) in southern Illinois: habitat assessment and release.
The rat was tentatively identified as an eastern woodrat but the specimen was not retained.
Two flies obtained from larvae infesting an eastern woodrat (Neotoma floridana) in Indian River County, Florida, are identified as Cuterebra fontinella, a species that typically parasitizes various species of mice.
These specimens, combined with animals reported by Clausen (1999), indicate the eastern woodrat is present in southeastern N ebraska, along the Big and Little Blue river drainages.
New records of the eastern woodrat from southeastern Nebraska.
At the current low prevalence rate, the ongoing eastern woodrat recovery effort in southern Illinois is probably not hindered by B.
procyonis may have contributed to the historical declines of eastern woodrats (Neotoma floridana) in southern Illinois (Birch et al.
Additionally, the capture of an eastern woodrat (Neotoma floridana) at FLSRA represents a county record for Freestone County within the broader distribution of this species as mapped in Davis & Schmidly (1994).
White-footed mice were most abundant (70% of the captures), followed distantly by deer mice (6 individuals), two eastern woodrats and a house mouse.
Some examples are the eastern fence lizard, copperhead, fox squirrel, eastern woodrat, tufted titmouse, and Carolina wren.
albigula populations at MRC and RRC sites might indicate a sex-biased reduction in male rats resulting from intermittent food deprivation, as occurs with eastern woodrats (19).
The habitats in which Neotoma floridana occurred at Clymer Meadow approximate those described for eastern woodrats in Kansas, where they preferred living in tangled underbrush in low-lying areas along timbered streams (Kellogg 1915).
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