southern flying squirrel


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Synonyms for southern flying squirrel

small large-eyed nocturnal flying squirrel of eastern United States

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We caught one southern flying squirrel in eastern redcedar forest whereas we caught fulvous harvest mice, hispid cotton rats, and least shrews (Cryptotis parva) exclusively in unforested habitats.
Geographic distribution, genetic diversity, and conservation status of the Southern flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans) in Mexico.
is home to two species of flying squirrels: the northern flying squirrel and the southern flying squirrel.
Homerange size of the southern flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans) in a forested riparian peninsula.
Leptospira kirschneri was reported for the southern flying squirrel Glaucomys volans, while five other serogroups, which are different from the two serogroups identified in our study, were detected in Callosciurus squirrels (see Table 1).
Southern flying squirrels, striped skunks, and masked shrews all transmitted A.
During a subsequent consultation with an infectious diseases specialist, the patient's wife reported that two weeks before the present illness, the patient had removed a southern flying squirrel carcass from the fresh air intake chamber of his office building's basement furnace.
Despite its Dixie-esque name, the southern flying squirrel ignores the boundaries of the Mason-Dixon Line entirely and ranges throughout the whole eastern half of the United States from New England to Florida and west all the way to the eastern edge of the Great Plains and into central Texas.
Several species, such as red-bellied and red-headed woodpeckers and southern flying squirrels appear to compete actively with red-cockaded woodpeckers for intact cavities (Jackson 1978; Neal et al.
However, there are no published records for southern flying squirrel use of nest cavities (or nest boxes), population densities, or distribution in Ohio, aside from Hotem's (1972) study that was limited to a 2 month period (February-March) in 1972.
Experimental studies have been conducted on the bioenergetics (Pearson, 1947) and foraging behavior of the Southern flying squirrel (Thomas and Weigl, 1998).
Role of kinship in the formation of southern flying squirrel winter aggregations.
However, in 1975, the southern flying squirrel, Glaucomys volans, was found to be naturally infected with R.
We investigated home-range size of the southern flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans) in a forested riparian landscape peninsula in the Georgia Piedmont.
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