Neotoma cinerea

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Synonyms for Neotoma cinerea

any of several bushy-tailed rodents of the genus Neotoma of western North America

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X 1 (Microtus mogollonensis) * Bushy-tailed woodrat X X 1 (Neotoma cinerea) White-toothed woodrat X X 1 (Neotoma leucodon) * Southern plains woodrat - X 3 (Neotoma micropus) * Mexican woodrat cf.
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Social biology of the bushy-tailed woodrat, Neotoma cinerea.
(1994) state that conclusions about patterns of abundance of woodrats are opposite of the patterns that are present in the data; specifically, the authors dispute: (1) that bushy-tailed woodrats (N.
In a recent study (5), WWAV was isolated from white-throated woodrats captured in northwestern New Mexico and western Oklahoma, a bushy-tailed woodrat (N.
cinerea (bushy-tailed woodrats), two Mexican woodrats, or nine southern plains woodrats in Colorado, although they did detect antibody in Mexican woodrats collected in Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah.