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    1. Lurz, PWW; Rushton, SP; Wauters, LA; Bertolino, S; Currado, I; Mazzoglio, P; Shirley, MDF
      Predicting grey squirrel expansion in North Italy: a spatially explicit modelling approach

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    2. Kenward, RE; Clarke, RT; Hodder, KH; Walls, SS
      Density and linkage estimators of home range: Nearest-neighbor clustering defines multinuclear cores

      ECOLOGY
    3. Lurz, PWW; Lloyd, AJ
      Body weights in grey and red squirrels: do seasonal weight increases occurin conifer woodland?

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    4. Zollner, PA
      Comparing the landscape level perceptual abilities of forest sciurids in fragmented agricultural landscapes

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    5. Rouiller, EM; Welker, E
      A comparative analysis of the morphology of corticothalamic projections inmammals

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    6. Teangana, DO; Reilly, S; Montgomery, WI; Rochford, J
      Distribution and status of the Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) and Grey Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in Ireland

      MAMMAL REVIEW
    7. Baack, JK; Switzer, PV
      Alarm calls affect foraging behavior in eastern chipmunks (Tamias striatus, Rodentia : Sciuridae)

      ETHOLOGY
    8. Nupp, TE; Swihart, RK
      Landscape-level correlates of small-mammal assemblages in forest fragmentsof farmland

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    9. Ivan, JS; Swihart, RK
      Selection of mast by granivorous rodents of the central hardwood forest region

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    10. Major, DE; Luksch, H; Karten, HJ
      Bottlebrush dendritic endings and large dendritic fields: Motion-detectingneurons in the mammalian tectum

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    11. Brown, JS
      Vigilance, patch use and habitat selection: Foraging under predation risk

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    12. Bertolino, S; Currado, I; Mazzoglio, PJ
      Finlayson's (variable) squirrel Callosciurus finlaysoni in Italy

      MAMMALIA
    13. Penner, R; Moodie, GEE; Staniforth, RJ
      The dispersal of fruits and seeds of Poison-ivy, Toxicodendron radicans, by Ruffed Grouse, Bonasa umbellus, and squirrels, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus and Sciurus carolinensis

      CANADIAN FIELD-NATURALIST
    14. David-Gray, ZK; Gurnell, J; Hunt, DM
      Estimating the relatedness in a population of grey squirrels Sciurus carolinensis, using DNA fingerprinting

      ACTA THERIOLOGICA
    15. EDWARDS JW; HECKEL DG; GUYNN DC
      NICHE OVERLAP IN SYMPATRIC POPULATIONS OF FOX AND GRAY SQUIRRELS

      The Journal of wildlife management
    16. ROUILLER EM; TANNE J; MORET V; KERMADI I; BOUSSAOUD D; WELKER E
      DUAL MORPHOLOGY AND TOPOGRAPHY OF THE CORTICOTHALAMIC TERMINALS ORIGINATING FROM THE PRIMARY, SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR, AND DORSAL PREMOTOR CORTICAL AREAS IN MACAQUE MONKEYS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    17. MYSTERUD A; IMS RA
      FUNCTIONAL-RESPONSES IN HABITAT USE - AVAILABILITY INFLUENCES RELATIVE USE IN TRADE-OFF SITUATIONS

      Ecology
    18. Eason, PK
      Predation of a female House Finch, Carpodacus mexicanus, by a Gray Squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis

      CANADIAN FIELD-NATURALIST
    19. MCADAM AG; KRAMER DL
      VIGILANCE AS A BENEFIT OF INTERMITTENT LOCOMOTION IN SMALL MAMMALS

      Animal behaviour
    20. HEIN EW
      DEMONSTRATION OF LINE TRANSECT METHODOLOGIES TO ESTIMATE URBAN GRAY SQUIRREL DENSITY

      Environmental management
    21. CRAINE NG; NUTTALL PA; MARRIOTT AC; RANDOLPH SE
      ROLE OF GREY SQUIRRELS AND PHEASANTS IN THE TRANSMISSION OF BORRELIA-BURGDORFERI SENSU-LATO, THE LYME-DISEASE SPIROCHETE, IN THE UK

      Folia parasitologica
    22. BOWERS MA; BRELAND B
      FORAGING OF GRAY SQUIRRELS ON AN URBAN-RURAL GRADIENT - USE OF THE GUD TO ASSESS ANTHROPOGENIC IMPACT

      Ecological applications
    23. SMITH TG
      THE GENUS HEPATOZOON (APICOMPLEXA, ADELEINA)

      The Journal of parasitology
    24. KOPROWSKI JL
      NATAL PHILOPATRY, COMMUNAL NESTING, AND KINSHIP IN FOX SQUIRRELS AND GRAY SQUIRRELS

      Journal of mammalogy
    25. STEELE MA; HADJCHIKH LZ; HAZELTINE J
      CACHING AND FEEDING DECISIONS BY SCIURUS-CAROLINENSIS - RESPONSES TO WEEVIL-INFESTED ACORNS

      Journal of mammalogy
    26. GURNELL J
      THE EFFECTS OF FOOD AVAILABILITY AND WINTER WEATHER ON THE DYNAMICS OF A GREY SQUIRREL POPULATION IN SOUTHERN ENGLAND

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    27. KUNZLE H
      DIENCEPHALIC CONNECTIONS OF THE SUPERIOR COLLICULUS IN THE HEDGEHOG TENREC

      Experimental Brain Research
    28. FACCIO SD
      PREDATION OF AN EASTERN CHIPMUNK, TAMIAS-STRIATUS, BY A GRAY SQUIRREL, SCIRUS-CAROLINENSIS

      Canadian field-naturalist
    29. LEE P; HALL WC
      INTERLAMINAR CONNECTIONS OF THE SUPERIOR COLLICULUS IN THE TREE SHREW.2. PROJECTIONS FROM THE SUPERFICIAL GRAY TO THE OPTIC LAYER

      Visual neuroscience
    30. BAJO VM; ROUILLER EM; WELKER E; CLARKE S; VILLA AEP; DERIBAUPIERRE Y; DERIBAUPIERRE F
      MORPHOLOGY AND SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION OF CORTICOTHALAMIC TERMINALS ORIGINATING FROM THE CAT AUDITORY-CORTEX

      Hearing research
    31. HUGGINS JG; GEE KL
      EFFICIENCY AND SELECTIVITY OF CAGE TRAP SETS FOR GRAY AND FOX SQUIRRELS

      Wildlife Society bulletin
    32. EDWARDS JW; GUYNN DC
      NEST CHARACTERISTICS OF SYMPATRIC POPULATIONS OF FOX AND GRAY SQUIRRELS

      The Journal of wildlife management
    33. BUTLER AB
      THE EVOLUTION OF THE DORSAL THALAMUS OF JAWED VERTEBRATES, INCLUDING MAMMALS - CLADISTIC-ANALYSIS AND A NEW HYPOTHESIS

      Brain research reviews
    34. FITZGIBBON CD
      THE DISTRIBUTION OF GRAY SQUIRREL DREYS IN FARM WOODLAND - THE INFLUENCE OF WOOD AREA, ISOLATION AND MANAGEMENT

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    35. KOPROWSKI JL
      DO ESTROUS FEMALE GRAY SQUIRRELS, SCIURUS-CAROLINENSIS, ADVERTISE THEIR RECEPTIVITY

      Canadian field-naturalist


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