2 edition of golden-mantled ground squirrel Citellus lateralis chrysodeirus (Merriam) its social and community interactions found in the catalog.
golden-mantled ground squirrel Citellus lateralis chrysodeirus (Merriam) its social and community interactions
John Harold Wirtz
Written in English
|Statement||by John Harold Wirtz.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||134|
Other names.—San Bernardino Ground Squirrel; San Bernardino Spermophile; Yellow-headed Chipmunk, part; Spermophilus bernardinus; Spermophilus chrysodeirus brevicaudus; Citellus chrysodeirus bernardinus; Callospermophilus bernardinus; Tamias chrysodeirus brevicaudus; Tamias lateralis, part. Field characters.—The same as for the Sierra Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel. Sierra Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel. *Callospermophilus lateralis chrysodeirus (Merriam). Fairly abundant in the parks and a source of great pleasure to park visitors. Sierra Nevada Chipmunk. *Eutamias frater (Allen). Very abundant in the parks. Columbia Gray Squirrel. *Sciurus griseus griseus Ord. Very abundant. Sierra Chickaree.
maximum resolution is × pixels, you can download it to JPG format. We were tagged: Golden Mantled Ground Squirrel, Chipmunk. If it is helpful to you, please share with your friends. Our team was selected carefully before show at here. Oocysts of Eimeria morainensis n. sp. are described from the golden‐mantled ground squirrel, Spermophilus lateralis. in Northern oocysts of E. morainensis are double‐walled and subspherical, × (– × –) μm; and the sporocysts are ellipsoid, × (– × –) μm. Oocyst residuum and micropyle are absent, but a polar granule is Cited by: 5.
Male golden-mantled ground squirrels were captured in the field in late summer and placed on either Influence of energy stores on activation of reproductive function in male golden-mantled ground squirrels Wirtz JH () Social dominance in the golden-mantled ground squirrel,Citellus lateralis chrysodeirus (Merriam). Z Tierpsychol 24 Cited by: The European ground squirrel grows to a length of approximately 20 cm (8 in) and a weight of approximately grams (11 oz). It is a diurnal animal, living in colonies of individual burrows in pastures or grassy embankments. The squirrels emerge during the day to feed upon seeds, plant shoots and roots or flightless invertebrates. The colonies maintain sentinels who whistle at the sight of a predator, Class: Mammalia.
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Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation The golden-mantled ground squirrel Citellus lateralis chrysodeirus (Merriam) its social and community interactions Public Deposited AnalyticsCited by: 2. The golden-mantled ground squirrel is a small chipmunk-like squirrel with grayish-brown fur on top with two white stripes bordered by black stripes on its sides.
It has a lighter underside. Its head, face, front paws and chest are a coppery red. - NatureWorks. The social interactions of golden-mantled ground squirrels (Spermophilus lateralis) observed during a 2-year study in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta under natural conditions are described and Author: Jean Ferron.
The golden-mantled ground squirrel Citellus lateralis chrysodeirus (Merriam) its social and community interactions. Spermophilus lateralis Say (golden-mantled ground squirrel). Mammalia - Glires - Sciuridae. PaleoDB taxon number: Alternative combinations: Citellus lateralis, Sciurus lateralis Synonyms: Callospermophilus chrysodeirus Merriam (no.
), Spermophilus chrysodeirus Merriam (no. ) Belongs to Spermophilus according to B. Kurten and E. Anderson Daily observations on each of over one hundred individuals of lis by a special technique indicated that no animal remains continuously in the hibernating state longer than approximately 16 days (at an environmental temperature of 32° F).
The arousals were more frequent at the beginning (i.e. in the autumn) and the ending (i.e. in the spring) of the whole hibernating period, than Cited by: Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel Scientific name: Spermophilus lateralis, (say, ) It is taxonomic serial no.: Taxonomy notes: formerly known as citellus lateralis, callospermophilis trepidis, citellus chrysoderis, and callospermophilis lateralis quoted with three races.
The scientific name for Golden-mantled ground squirrels is “Spermophilus lateralis”, the first word being Greek for “seed loving”. Like other squirrels, these squirrels dig in the ground to hide their food to eat later.
The Golden-mantled ground squirrel cleans its fur by rolling in the dust, then combing itself using its teeth and claws.
Range Extent. Score G - , km squared (ab, square miles). Commentsquare Kilometers from Natural Heritage Program range maps. Long-term Trend. Score E - Relatively Stable (±25% change).
Comment Habitat is likely stable within +/- 25% since European settlement. Short-term Trend. Score U - Unknown. Short-term trend in population, range.
One of the reasons we keep returning to Myra Canyon time and time again is because of the friendly Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel's music is by Rehearsel Jazz 03 - Nostalgia. Social Dominance in the Golden‐Mantled Ground Squirrel, Citellus lateralis chrysodeirus (Merriam) J.
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Trevor B. Poole; Pages: Taxonomy - Callospermophilus lateralis (Golden-mantled ground squirrel) (Spermophilus lateralis) (SPECIES) Golden-mantled ground squirrel: Synonym i: Spermophilus lateralis: Other names i ›Callospermophilus lateralis (Say, ) Rank i: SPECIES: Lineage.
Hsu T.C., Benirschke K. () Callospermophilus (Citellus) lateralis (Golden-mantled ground squirrel). In: An Atlas of Mammalian Chromosomes. In: An Atlas of Author: T. Hsu, Kurt Benirschke. MATERIALS AND METHODS The animals used in these experiments were golden-mantled ground squirrels, Citellus lateralis, which were trapped at an altitude of about ft near the University of Cali- fornia's Barcroft Laboratory, in the White Mountains on Cited by: University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, N.
PENGELLEY E. & FISCHER K. () Rhythmical arousal from hibernation in the golden-mantled ground squirrel, Citellus lateralis tescorum. Can.J. Zool. 39, DAVID C. SPAFFORD AND E. PENGELLEY PENGELLEY E. & FISHER K.
() Locomotor activity patterns and their relation Cited by: Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel, Gold-mantled Ground Squirrel, Golden Mantled Ground Squirrel, Green River Basin Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel Scientific Name(s): Callospermophilus lateralis, Spermophilus lateralis.
Comp. Biochem. Physiol.,Vol. 32, pp. to Pergamon Press. Printed in Great Britain THE EFFECT OF LIGHT ON THE FREE RUNNING CIRCANNUAL RHYTHM OF THE GOLDEN-MANTLED GROUND SQUIRREL, CITELL US L./1 TERALIS E.
PENGELLEY and SALLY J. ASMUNDSON Department of Life Sciences, University of California, Riverside, California (Received 13 June Cited by: Comp. Biochem. PhysioL,Vol. 30, pp. to Pergamon Press.
Printed in Great Britain FREE-RUNNING PERIODS OF ENDOGENOUS CIRCANNIAN RHYTHMS IN THE GOLDEN MANTLED GROUND SQUIRREL, CITELLUS LATERALIS E. PENGELLEY and SALLY M. ASMUNDSON Department of Life Sciences, University of California, Riverside, CaliforniaU.S.A.
(Received 9 Cited by: Comp. Bioi-lwm. Physiel. Vol. 74A- No. to( Primed in Great Britain (;83/a)(> Pergamon Press Ltd METABOLIC RESPONSES OF HIBERNATING GOLDEN-MANTLED GROUND SQUIRRELS CELLUS LATERALIS TO LOWERED ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURES LAWRENCE C.
WIT* and JOHN "W. TWENTE Division of Biological Sciences, Cited by: 4. Of all our ground squirrels the Golden-mantled is the most brilliantly colored. This rather bookish name for the animal is a translation of the scientific name of the species, chrysodeirus; the more commonplace appellations locally employed, "Copperhead" or "Yellow-headed Chipmunk," serve just as well to set forth the conspicuous feature of coloration.
Golden-mantled ground squirrels probably affect predator populations and reproduction, depending upon how heavily any predator species relies on S. lateralis as a food source. Spermophilus lateralis may also regulate populations of birds, lizards, and other small mammals upon which it preys.The Cascade golden-mantled ground squirrel (Spermophilus saturatus) is a species of rodent in the family Sciuridae, in the order Rodentia.
It is the largest species of the three within the subgenus Callospermophilus. It is found in the Cascade Mountains in the province of British Columbia, Canada and the state of Washington, United : Mammalia.The Golden-mantled ground squirrel (Spermophilis lateralis) breaths continuously during euthermia and episodically during hibernation.
How and why this conversion occurs is unknown. Breathing is continuously shaped into a precise pattern which appropriately matches ventilation to metabolic demands.
In all mammals, sensory inputs from pulmonary mechanoreceptors (carried in the vagus .