Castor canadensis

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a variety of beaver found in almost all areas of North America except Florida

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El listado indica la existencia de 27 EEI de mamiferos, la mayoria de las cuales se encuadra en la Categoria A Especie Nombre comun Distribucion Neovison vison Vison Patagonia Sus scrofa Jabali Todaargentina Castor canadensis Castor Tierra del Fuego Oryctolagus cuniculus Conejo Patagonia Cervus elaphus Ciervo colorado Patagonia Callosciurus sp.
As central place foragers, Castor canadensis Kuhl (North American beavers) gather food and return to a central location, usually a water body with a lodge, dam, and/or food cache (Aldous 1938, Brenner 1962, Jenkins 1980, Belovsky 1984, Raffel et al.
Effects of Beaver, Castor canadensis, herbivory on streamside vegetation in a northern Ontario watershed.
Collins TC (1976) Population Characteristics and Habitat Relationships of Beavers Castor canadensis in Northwest Wyoming.
Under story succession in areas of Nothofagus forests affected by Castor canadensis in Tierra del Fuego (Argentina).
Winter and summer change in mass and tail area for beavers Castor canadensis equipped with ear-tags only and radio transmitters in Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota, USA, 2006-2010.
Report of two pregnant beavers, Castor canadensis, at one beaver lodge.
Do introduced North American Beaver Castor canadensis engineer differently in southern South America?
The North American beaver Castor canadensis (Cc) was introduced to Eurasia in 1937 to supplement an ongoing reintroduction of beaver to Finland instigated in 1935, initially with Eurasian beaver C.
The North American beaver, Castor canadensis Kuhl, 1820 (Rodentia, Castoridae) was introduced to the main island of the Tierra del Fuego Archipelago (TDF, from now on) in 1946, and by the 2000s, beavers were estimated to impact 20-40% of the stream length of the island (Anderson et al.
American beaver Castor canadensis are abundant throughout boreal regions of North America (Wright et al.
Long-term population dynamics of North American beaver, Castor canadensis, on Quabbin Reservation, Massachusetts, and Sagehen Creek, California, p.
Castor canadensis (Beaver) impoundment associated with geomorphology of southeastern streams.