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Journal of Mammalogy, ISSN 0022-2372, 2009, Volume 90, Issue 2, pp. 270 - 305
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Biological Invasions, ISSN 1387-3547, 09/2015, Volume 17, Issue 9, pp. 2597 - 2604
Arboreal squirrels of the Asiatic genus Callosciurus have shown high likelihood of establishment from few released animals, in particular, C. erythraeus has... 
Introduced squirrels | Callosciurus erythraeus | Animal translocation | Lag phase | BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS | MANAGEMENT | SCIURUS-CAROLINENSIS | LANDSCAPE | RODENTIA SCIURIDAE | HYPOTHESES | RED-BELLIED SQUIRREL | ECOLOGY | SPREAD | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | ERYTHRAEUS | Vectors (Biology) | Rodents | Genes
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Mammalia, ISSN 0025-1461, 05/2016, Volume 80, Issue 3, pp. 241 - 251
The chipmunks are a Holarctic group of ground squirrels currently allocated to the genus Tamias within the tribe Marmotini (Rodentia: Sciuridae). Cranial,... 
nomenclature | Sciuridae | fossils | diagnosis | phylogenetics | Holarctic | genetic distance | PHYLOGENY | MITOCHONDRIAL CYTOCHROME-B | DIVERSIFICATION | NORTH-AMERICAN CHIPMUNKS | CHIP VOCALIZATION | GENUS EUTAMIAS | EVOLUTION | ZOOLOGY | GEOGRAPHIC-VARIATION | RODENTIA-SCIURIDAE | TAMIAS-RUFICAUDUS | Chipmunks | Genetic aspects | Natural history | Animal behavior | Taxonomy | Rodents | Morphology
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Mammalia, ISSN 0025-1461, 08/2015, Volume 79, Issue 3, pp. 305 - 314
The occurrence of the red giant flying squirrel, , in Lao PDR is confirmed on the basis of a single adult male specimen obtained from an informal food market... 
red giant flying squirrel | Southeast Asia | local market | taxonomy | CONSERVATION | ZOOLOGY | MAMMALIA-RODENTIA-SCIURIDAE | Animal populations | Identification and classification | Zoology | Distribution | Biogeography | Taxonomy | Rodents
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Hystrix, ISSN 0394-1914, 06/2014, Volume 25, Issue 1, pp. 9 - 13
Mediterranean peninsulas are well-known glacial refugia for several mammal species. For Eurasian red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris), a forest-dwelling rodent,... 
Recolonization | Sciuridae | Portugal | Rodentia | Spain | INTERSPECIFIC COMPETITION | HABITAT FRAGMENTATION | DEER CAPREOLUS-CAPREOLUS | THAUMETOPOEA-PITYOCAMPA | ZOOLOGY | TREE SQUIRRELS | ADENOVIRUS INFECTION | recolonization | POPULATION-DYNAMICS | SPACE USE | ICE AGES | INTRODUCED GREY SQUIRRELS
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Mammalian Species Volume , Issue, ISSN 0076-3519, 2012, Volume 44, Issue 1, pp. 44 - 50
Sciurus stramineus Eydoux and Souleyet, 1841, is a large-bodied squirrel commonly called the Guayaquil squirrel. S. stramineus is characterized by a distinct... 
Ecuador | tree squirrel | sciurid | Peru | introduced species | Biological taxonomies | Biodiversity conservation | Head | Bird nesting | Zoology | Skull | Number 894: SCIURUS STRAMINEUS (RODENTIA: SCIURIDAE) | Squirrels | Mammals | Dry forests | Nature conservation
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Mammalian Species Volume , Issue, ISSN 0076-3519, 2012, Volume 44, Issue 1, pp. 59 - 63
Sciurus spadiceus Olfers, 1818, is a sciurid commonly known as the southern Amazon red squirrel. S. spadiceus is a large-bodied tree squirrel with a variable... 
South America | southern Amazon red squirrel | Colombia | Ecuador | Venezuela | lowland rain forest | Brazil | Bolivia | Peru | Trees | Number 896: SCIURUS SPADICEUS (RODENTIA: SCIURIDAE) | Biological taxonomies | Wildlife conservation | Forest ecology | Skull | Squirrels | Mammals | Tropical rain forests | Natural history | Nature conservation
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Mammalian Species Volume , Issue, ISSN 0076-3519, 2011, Volume 43, Issue 1, pp. 155 - 171
Abstract Marmota caligata (Eschscholtz, 1829), a large ground squirrel commonly called the hoary marmot, is 1 of 15 species of extant marmots. It is... 
marmot | Canada | Sciuridae | United States | North America | hoary marmot | Marmots | Hair | Foraging | Zoology | Hibernation | Teeth | Yearlings | Number 884: MARMOTA CALIGATA (RODENTIA: SCIURIDAE) | Mammals | Squirrels | Female animals
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Mammalian Species Volume , Issue, ISSN 0076-3519, 2011, Volume 43, Issue 1, pp. 216 - 227
Tamias umbrinus Allen, 1890, a medium-sized chipmunk commonly called the Uinta chipmunk, is 1 of about 25 species of extant chipmunks. It is distributed in the... 
Uinta chipmunk | sciurid | United States | North America | chipmunk | Number 889: TAMIAS UMBRINUS (RODENTIA: SCIURIDAE) | Coniferous forests | Colors | Forest habitats | Stripes | Skull | Montane forests | Mammalogy | Mammals | Squirrels | Natural history
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Mammalian Species Volume , Issue, ISSN 0076-3519, 2010, Volume 42, Issue 1, pp. 183 - 194
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