Glis


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type genus of the Gliridae

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The Glis population has been present in the study site for at least 50 years, and in very large numbers in recent breeding years (at least 536 individual adults and 1167 young in 2011).
2009: Food availability in spring influences reproductive output in the seed-preying edible dormouse (Glis glis).
glis in the same northern areas has one of the smallest body weights across their range.
glis is one of the best investigated dormouse (Gliridae) species (reviews in Rossolimo et al.
1998: Population dynamics, sexual activity, and reproduction failure in the fat dormouse (Myoxus glis).
At the main study site in England Morris & Morris (2010) noted during a period of six years or more a difference in twelve wild individual glis seen in nest boxes between breeding and non-breeding years--where many were completely absent from nest boxes in non-breeding years.
2003: Effects of habitat fragmentation and forest management on the distribution of the edible dormouse Glis glis.
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rats were the most commonly trapped small mammals (77.8%), followed by ground squirrels (Menetes berdmorei, 17.8%) and tree shrews (Tupaia glis, 4.4%) (Table 2).
Individuals from Neomys fodiens (Eurasian water shrew), Arvicola amphibius (European water vole), and Glis glis (edible dormouse) were excluded from analyses as these captures (four individuals in sum) were not representative due to unsuitable trapping method for this species or specialisation on aquatic habitat structures.
International financing, as measured by the BIS global liquidity indicators (GLIs), slowed in the second half of 2015.
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Microvascularization of the common tree shrew (Tupaia glis) superior cervical ganglion studied by vascular corrosion cast with scanning electron microscopy.
Gulf Landscape & Irrigation Systems LLC (GLIS), a part of Al Khayyat Investment (AKI) Contracting has attained the hotel and garden landscaping project for the St.