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eBook Winter Ecology of Small Mammals (Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Special Publication, No 10) epub
  • ISBN: 0935868100
  • Author: J. F. Merritt,International Colloquium on Winter Ecolo
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Biological Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Carnegie Museum of Natural; 1st Edition. edition (December 1, 1984)
  • Pages: 380 pages
  • ePUB size: 1976 kb
  • FB2 size 1106 kb
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Publisher: Carnegie Museum of Natural, 1984.

Publisher: Carnegie Museum of Natural, 1984. Pp. ix, 380, numerous text-figures, photos and maps.

Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Winter Ecology of Small Mammals, 14-18 October 1981 . Donate with a payment method. Choose a payment method.

Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Winter Ecology of Small Mammals, 14-18 October 1981, Powdermill Nature Reserve, Rector, P.

Start by marking Winter Ecology of Small Mammals as Want to Read . Published January 1st 1984 by Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

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Winter-active small mammals residing in seasonal environments employ . Wintering strategy of voles and shrews in Finland.

Winter-active small mammals residing in seasonal environments employ many different behavioral, anatomical and physiological mechanisms to cope with cold. Special Publication of Carnegie Museum of Natural History No. 10, Pittsburgh: 131–137. Feist D. D. and Feist C. F. 1986. Effects of cold, short day and melatonin on thermogenesis, body weight and reproductive organs in Alaska red-backed voles.

April 1, 2008 History. Would you like to see only ebooks? Ecology and taxonomy of African small mammals. Colloquium on Ecology and Taxonomy of African Small Mammals (1977 Carnegie Museum of Natural History). Classification, Congresses, Ecology, Mammals.

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Special Publications 21-11. Special Publication 21. S0021 Morton, . Hansen, and G. Gil. 2002. Checklist of the vascular plants of Alabama from the John D. Freeman Herbarium and the University of Alabama Herbarium. 64 pages, 1 cover illustration. Special Publication 10. S0010 Merritt, . Winter ecology of small mammals. 394 pages, illustrations.

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Scientific Publications. Discover Biodiversity at the American Museum of Natural History. Hall of New York State Mammals. Hall of North American Forests. Kwakwaka’wakw masks worn by dancers in winter ceremonies. Mask of ghost, with mouthpieces. Endangered: Leatherback Sea Turtle. Exhibition Materials. Mask representing double headed sea monster.

A total of 392 small mammals belonging to five species of small rodents and four species of shrews were caught. Seasonal population changes of rodents in the Kenya rift valley. Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History 6:79–108. Everard, C. O. R. 1968

A total of 392 small mammals belonging to five species of small rodents and four species of shrews were caught. The small mammals and their percentage composition were Crocidura nigeriae (2. %), Crocidura grandiceps (1. %), Crocidura crossei (. %), Crocidura flavescens manni (2. %), Mus musculoides (3. %), Praomys tullbergi (1. %), Lophuromys sikapusi (. %), Lemniscomys striatus (. %), and Arvicanthis niloticus (. %. 1968. A report on the rodent and other vertebrate pests of cocoa in Western Nigeria.

Pp. ix, 380, numerous text-figures, photos and maps. Publisher's blue cloth, lettered in black on the spine, two-color printed dust jacket, 4to.
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