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Arboreal nests of Phenacomys longgicaudus in Oregon.Author(s): A.M. Gillesberg; A.B. Carey
Source: Journal of Mammalogy. 72(4): 784-787
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionSearching felled trees proved effective for finding nests of Phenacomys longicaudus; 117 nests were found in 50 trees. Nests were located throughout the live crowns, but were concentrated in the lower two-thirds of the canopy. Abundance of nests increased with tree size; old-growth forests provide optimum habitat.
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CitationGillesberg, A.M.; Carey, A.B. 1991.. Arboreal nests of Phenacomys longgicaudus in Oregon. Journal of Mammalogy. 72(4): 784-787
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