1 Epithemia adnata (Kutzing) Brebisson 1 1 Epithemia sorex
Kutzing 1 Gomphonema acuminatum Ehrenberg 1 Gomphonema truncatum Ehrenberg 1 Gomphonema sp.
This conclusion is supported by the findings of Pankakoski (1989), who observed that in Sorex
araneus and S.
Developmental stability and population dynamics of shrews Sorex
in central Siberia.
First records of the Smoky Shrew, Sorex
fumeus, and Pygmy Shrew, Microsorex hoyi, from Indiana.
However, micromammals, including Sorex
species (weight < 7.5 g) were undersampled.
Deer mouse (genus Peromyscus) was the second most common for both owls, while the cinereus shrew (Sorex
cinereus) made up a large part of the Sawwhet Owl's diet (Fig.
It seems to represent a medium-sized shrew, much smaller than Megasorex and Blarina and about the size of Notiosorex crawfordi and Sorex
On morphological clocks and paleophylo-geography: towards a timescale for Sorex
The seeds were dehulled and milled with magnetic blender (SHB-515 Model, Sorex
Company Limited, Seoul, Japan).
Results of studies that attempted to detect these bacteria in common shrews (Sorex
araneus), greater white-toothed shrews (Crocidura russula) (2,3), or common moles (Talpa europaea) (2) were negative.
Taxonomical re-evaluation of the valais chromosome race of the common shrew Sorex
araneus (Insectivora: Soricidae).
agrestis and Sorex
minutus (chorotype 3), albeit with a low numerical representation (Table 1), which despite preferring to live at low temperatures are able to tolerate Mediterranean climatic conditions (Sans-Fuentes and Ventura, 2000; Real et al., 2003; Lopez-Garcia et al., 2010b).
Despite this being the second year in a row the Ontario BioBlitz was held in Rouge Park, there were nevertheless plenty of surprises, including the first documented sightings of seven species of spiders never before recorded in the park, a Smokey shrew (Sorex
fumeus), and a Nightjar (a nocturnal bird of prey).
A method of reducing trap mortality of Sorex
. The Canadian Field-Naturalist, v.
Blarina carolinensis (over Sorex
longirostris) was the most abundant species in both woodlots regardless of season (4).