Castor fiber

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a European variety of beaver

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Use of space and movement patterns in monogamous Eurasian beavers (Castor fiber).--J.
Development and viability of a translocated beaver Castor fiber population in the Netherlands.
Use of space and movement patterns in monogamous adult Eurasian beavers (Castor fiber).
The European beaver (Castor fiber) was once widespread throughout mainland Britain.
Beaver (Castor fiber) is represented by one femur, and hare (Lepes sp.) by five bones (2 metatarsal and 3 metacarpal/metatarsal bones).
Hunted to extinction in Britain in the 19th century, the European beaver (Castor fiber) was recently re-introduced into the area, where it is now flourishing.
European Beaver, Castor fiber, pinned by a felled tree.
Beavers are large rodents (up to 65 lb [30 kg]), and there are two species, Castor fiber in Eurasia and C.
But Castor fiber seems to do just fine without this variation, says Hans Ellegren from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala.
Field anaesthetic and surgical techniques for implantation of intraperitoneal radio transmitters in Eurasian beavers Castor fiber.--Wildl.
(2005) also suggest that other factors, besides basic habitat resources, such as cooperative breeding, delayed dispersal and intra-group competition influence group territory strategies and specifically believe historical settlement patterns and reproductive success can shape Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber) spatial organization.
Sysa P, Zurowski W (1980) The chromosomes of Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber L.) from Pasleka River (Poland).