2 edition of Mycophagy and microhabitat use by the yellowpine chipmunk in riparian and upland habitats found in the catalog.
Mycophagy and microhabitat use by the yellowpine chipmunk in riparian and upland habitats
Written in English
|Statement||by Elizabeth Rayner.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 29 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||29|
This study links summer foraging and scatter-hoarding to winter larder-hoarding and winter survival in yellow pine chipmunks (Tamias amoenus) by comparing patterns of time allocation and winter larder contents in 2 years with very different levels of resource availability. In , seed production and the number of trees and shrubs producing seeds were by: translocated to natural habitats, or on studies of other Sciurus niger (Eastern fox squirrel) subspecies. From May –April , Big Cypress National Preserve (BICY) biologists and project staff used radio-telemetry to examine home range and habitat use of 10 male and 10 female BCFS in BICY.
Photo by: Camp Crazy Photography Scientific name:Tamias striatus Status: common Description: Chipmunks are small rodents ( cm in length) with distinct stripe patterns. Chipmunks have a dark strip running from the back of their head all the way to where their tail meets their body. On either side of this dark strip are pale stripes,. Riparian Plants. Riparian - "of, pertaining to, or situated or dwelling on the bank of a river or other body of water" The riparian corridor is one of the most fertile habitats in California. The towering trees offer shade to cool the water below and food and nesting sites for birds. The understory supports a diverse community of land mammals.
The influence of environmental conditions on cache recovery and cache pilferage by yellow pine chipmunks (Tamias amoenus) and deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus) Stephen B. Vander Wall Department of Biology and the Program in Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology, Fleischmann Ag. Bldg., University of Nevada, Reno, NV , USACited by: In Montana, the Uinta Chipmunk is sympatric only with the Least and Yellow-pine Chipmunks, and is larger than both. The outermost light dorsal stripe is white (not grayish or yellowish) and bordered by brown, not black as with other species; similarly all of the central dark dorsal stripes are brownish-black, not black as in the other Montana chipmunks.
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Species that breed in Montana were only evaluated for breeding habitat use, species that only overwinter in Montana were only evaluated for overwintering habitat use, and species that only migrate through Montana were only evaluated for migratory habitat use.
We evaluated the nutritional value of sporocarps of Rhizopogon vinicolor, a common hypogeous fungus in the coniferous forests of North America, for two small mammal species: the Californian red-backed vole (Clethrionomys californicus) and the northern flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus).
Although the nitrogen concentration of sporocarps was high, much of it was in non-protein Cited by: Riparian Habitats in the Southwestern United States Heather L. Bateman,1,2 Alice Chung-MacCoubrey,1,4 and Howard L. Snell3 Abstract Many natural processes in the riparian cottonwood (Popu-lus deltoides) forest of the Middle Rio Grande (MRG) in the southwestern United States have been disrupted or altered, allowing non-native plants such as Cited by: Diet, Microhabitat Use and Seasonal Activity Patterns of Gray Squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis) in Hammock and Upland Pine Forest Article in American Midland Naturalist (Oct ) Forest Ecology and Management, 26 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands Mycophagy and Spore Dispersal by Small Mammals in Bavarian Forests H.
BLASCHKE1 and W. B.~UMLER2 1Lehrstuhl [i2r Forstbotanik, and 2 Lehrstuhl f~r angewandte Zoologic, Universit~tt Mi~nchen, Mi~nchen 2 (Federal Republic of Germany) (Accepted 22 April Cited by: allows use of the same hypogeous fungal food supply without interspecific contact during foraging.
The available fungal flora is thus partitioned as a source of food Implications of Small Mammal Mycophagy 81 and fungal spores are dispersed through defecation both day and night by two genera of squirrels occupying the same habitat. Pocket Gophers. Little is known about the natural history of the white-footed vole (Arborimus albipes).
We present new information on habitat, diet and range of this mammal as a result of 13 captures in the. Trierveiler-Pereira L, Silva HCS, Funez LA, Baltazar JM. – Mycophagy by small mammals: new and interesting observations from Brazil.
Mycosphere 7(3), –, Doi /mycosphere/7/3/5 Abstract Events of mycophagy by Brazilian native mammals are not often reported in literature, and. Chipmunk Habitat: A Peek Into the Unexpected Places They Dwell In. Chipmunks belong to the elite lot of animals that have made it big in Hollywood and thus, need no introduction.
What's puzzling though, is the fact that most people are unaware of their habitat, and that might have something to do with us being so used to seeing them in urban areas. Forested wetlands are in decline, as are many species that are obligate residents. Big Cypress fox squirrels (BCFS; Sciurus niger avicennia) are a threatened endemic to wet pine and cypress forests in southwestern region is characterized by development resulting in habitat loss, habitat fragmentation, and hydrological change that influence the quality of these wet by: 1.
They are found in sub-alpine and lower elevation upland forest and rocky and shrubby areas. Use logs, woody vegetation for cover and nesting.
Where Least chipmunks occur, the yellow-pine chipmunks are found below the subalpine-alpine ecotone; Reproduction. Breeds in early spring, has a litter with an average of 5 young, born from mid-May to early June.
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See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(12). CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): In this paper we summarize the results of four studies in which we either examined the feeding habits of the northern flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus), a mycophagous (consuming fungi) small mammal, or compared the abundance of truffles (sporocarps of hypogeous mycorrhizal fungi) among different types of fir (Abies.
Riparian habitat provides important food, nesting habitat, cover, and migration corridors. Over species of California birds such as the willow flycatcher, yellow-billed cuckoo and red-shouldered hawk completely depend upon riparian habitats or may use them preferentially at.
A Multispecies Avian Abundance Analysis in Riparian and Oak Woodland Habitats on the California Central Coast Riparian habitats are important for the survival and reproduction of species from many These habitats therefore have an increased amount of microhabitats and thus can support a more diverse assemblage of birds (Khanaposhtani et.
Management and Conservation Article Small Mammal Mycophagy Response to Variations Green-Tree Retention. In KATHERINE M. JACOBS/,2 Department of Forest Science, Oregon State University, Corvallis, ORUSA DANIEL L.
LUOMA, Department of Forest Science, Oregon State University, Corvallis, ORUSA ABSTRACT We studied the effects of 6 green-tree retention levels and Cited by: Raphael, Martin G., and M. White. Use of snags by cavity-nesting birds in the Sierra Nevada. Wildlife Monographs Rosenberg, Daniel K., and Robert G.
Anthony. Differences in Townsend's chipmunk populations between second- and old-growth forests in western Oregon. Journal of Wildlife Management Chipmunks used microhabitats in a spatially variable manner and according to some of the same rules that determine food choice in central-place foragers (i.e., they spent more time near to than far from burrows) and were more discriminating in use of microhabitat at Cited by: Analysis of late Pleistocene fossils recovered from near the Huntington Beach, California (USA), pier (site LACM ) has revealed a diverse fauna dating to approximately 40 14 C ka BP.
Extinct megafauna (three genera) are present; however, a microfauna including three genera of fish, five genera of amphibians, twelve genera of reptiles, two genera of birds, and ten genera of small mammals Cited by: 4. Siskiyou chipmunks are found in habitats with maritime climates involving wet winters with heavy snow accumulation and dry summers.
These chipmunks live in mature forests of sugar and Jeffrey pines, incense cedars and Douglas fir trees. Areas that have been logged provide the benefit of stumps, logs and piles of coarse, woody debris for shelter and nesting. Content Posted in PDF. Painting as Banner Performance in the Art of Nepal, Patterns of microhabitat use by Sorex monticolus in summer, Mark C.
Belk, Clyde L. Pritchett, Pilfering of stored seeds and the relative costs of scatter-hoarding versus larder-hoarding in yellow pine chipmunks, Stephen B. Vander Wall, Elaine C. H. Hager.The U.S. FWS's Threatened & Endangered Species System track information about listed species in the United States.Page 1 of 24 Risk Assessment of Tamias sibiricus Name of Organism: Tamias sibiricus, Laxmann – Siberian Chipmunk Objective: Assess the risks associated with this species in Ireland Version: Final 15/09/ Author(s) Erin O’Rourke, John Kelly and Colette O’Flynn Expert reviewer Colin Lawton Stage 1 - Organism InformationFile Size: KB.