American red squirrel


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Synonyms for American red squirrel

of northern United States and Canada

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Characterization of a novel poxvirus in a North American red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus).
Recently, different poxviruses have been associated with similar lesions in American red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) from Canada (4), but except for a single case report from Spain (5), no poxvirus infections in squirrels have been reported in continental Europe.
Two other poxviruses from tree squirrels with ultrastructural appearance similar to BerSQPV have been reported: a Eurasian red squirrel from Spain with epidermal poxvirus lesions (5) and American red squirrels from Canada (75).
Isabelline coloration in American Red Squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) from the Yukon.
We followed a population of the North American red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) for 9 yr, and here we use this long-term data set to provide a detailed analysis of the causes and consequences of breeding dispersal in a mammal species.
Female reproductive success in the North American red squirrel, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus.
1993) showed experimentally that local vacancies increased breeding dispersal of females in North American red squirrels.
Key words: albinisim, American Red Squirrel, color aberration, Isaballine, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus, Yukon
Of these 24 animals, an American red squirrel carried a B.
clarridgeiae-like strains were isolated from an American red squirrel in this study.
clarridgeiae-like strain from the American red squirrel in this study also showed high gltA sequence similarity (96.
American Red Squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus; hereafter Red Squirrels) commonly clip the current annual shoots (tips) off of conifer canopy branches that contain overwintering and nutrient-laden buds and cones (Eder and Pattie 2001).
Ecology of North American red squirrels across contrasting habitats: relating natal dispersal to habitat.
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