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    1. Bryce, JM; Speakman, JR; Johnson, PJ; Macdonald, DW
      Competition between Eurasian red and introduced Eastern grey squirrels: the energetic significance of body-mass differences

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    2. 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
    3. Wauters, LA; Gurnell, J; Preatoni, D; Tosi, G
      Effects of spatial variation in food availability on spacing behaviour anddemography of Eurasian red squirrels

      ECOGRAPHY
    4. Selonen, V; Hanski, IK; Stevens, PC
      Space use of the Siberian flying squirrel Pteromys volans in fragmented forest landscapes

      ECOGRAPHY
    5. Lee, TH
      Mating behavior of the Eurasian red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris Linnaeus, 1758) in Hokkaido, Japan

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

      ECOLOGY
    7. Gurnell, J; Wauters, LA; Preatoni, D; Tosi, G
      Spacing behaviour, kinship, and population dynamics of grey squirrels in anewly colonized broadleaf woodland in Italy

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    8. Hewison, AJM; Vincent, JP; Joachim, J; Angibault, JM; Cargnelutti, B; Cibien, C
      The effects of woodland fragmentation and human activity on roe deer distribution in agricultural landscapes

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    9. Vander Wall, SB
      The evolutionary ecology of nut dispersal

      BOTANICAL REVIEW
    10. Wauters, LA; Gurnell, J; Martinoli, A; Tosi, G
      Does interspecific competition with introduced grey squirrels affect foraging and food choice of Eurasian red squirrels?

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    11. Sainsbury, AW; Nettleton, P; Gilray, J; Gurnell, J
      Grey squirrels have high seroprevalence to a parapoxvirus associated with deaths in red squirrels

      ANIMAL CONSERVATION
    12. Todd, R
      Microsatellite loci in the Eurasian red squirrel, Sciurus vulgaris L.

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

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    14. Zalewski, A
      Factors affecting the duration of activity by pine martens (Martes martes)in the Bialowieza National Park, Poland

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    15. Lurz, PWW; Garson, PJ; Wauters, LA
      Effects of temporal and spatial variations in food supply on the space andhabitat use of red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris L.)

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    16. Fisher, JT; Merriam, G
      Resource patch array use by two squirrel species in an agricultural landscape

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    17. Shuttleworth, CM
      The foraging behaviour and diet of red squirrels Sciurus vulgaris receiving supplemental feeding

      WILDLIFE BIOLOGY
    18. Reyes, A; Gissi, C; Pesole, G; Catzeflis, FM; Saccone, C
      Where do rodents fit? Evidence from the complete mitochondrial genome of Sciurus vulgaris

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    19. 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
    20. Rolstad, J; Loken, B; Rolstad, E
      Habitat selection as a hierarchical spatial process: the green woodpecker at the northern edge of its distribution range

      OECOLOGIA
    21. Hanski, IK; Stevens, PC; Ihalempia, P; Selonen, V
      Home-range size, movements, and nest-site use in the Siberian flyng squirrel, Pteromys volans

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    22. Rushton, SP; Lurz, PWW; Gurnell, J; Fuller, R
      Modelling the spatial dynamics of parapoxvirus disease in red and grey squirrels: a possible cause of the decline in the red squirrel in the UK?

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    23. Bayne, E; Hobson, K
      Relative use of contiguous and fragmented boreal forest by red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    24. Walls, SS; Manosa, S; Fuller, RM; Hodder, KH; Kenward, RE
      Is early dispersal enterprise or exile? Evidence from radio-tagged buzzards

      JOURNAL OF AVIAN BIOLOGY
    25. Summers, RW; Proctor, R
      Tree and cone selection by crossbills Loxia sp. and red squirrels Sciurus vulgaris at Abernethy forest, Strathspey

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    26. Shuttleworth, CM
      The use of nest boxes by the Red Squirrel Sciurus vulgaris in a coniferoushabitat

      MAMMAL REVIEW
    27. South, A
      Extrapolating from individual movement behaviour to population spacing patterns in a ranging mammal

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    28. Wauters, LA; Gurnell, J
      The mechanism of replacement of red squirrels by grey squirrels: A test ofthe interference competition hypothesis

      ETHOLOGY
    29. Kehler, D; Bondrup-Nielsen, S
      Effects of isolation on the occurrence of a fungivorous forest beetle, Bolitotherus cornutus, at different spatial scales in fragmented and continuous forests

      OIKOS
    30. Rodriguez, A; Andren, H
      A comparison of Eurasian red squirrel distribution in different fragmentedlandscapes

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    31. Tamura, N; Hashimoto, Y; Hayashi, F
      Optimal distances for squirrels to transport and hoard walnuts

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    32. Lurz, PWW; South, AB
      Cached fungi in non-native conifer forests and their importance for red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris L.)

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    33. BECKER CD; BOUTIN S; LARSEN KW
      CONSTRAINTS ON FIRST REPRODUCTION IN NORTH-AMERICAN RED SQUIRRELS

      Oikos
    34. BAYNE EM; HOBSON KA
      THE EFFECTS OF HABITAT FRAGMENTATION BY FORESTRY AND AGRICULTURE ON THE ABUNDANCE OF SMALL MAMMALS IN THE SOUTHERN BOREAL MIXEDWOOD FOREST

      Canadian journal of zoology
    35. HUMAIR PF; GERN L
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BORRELIA-BURGDORFERI SENSU LATO SPECIES, RED SQUIRRELS (SCIURUS-VULGARIS) AND IXODES-RICINUS IN ENZOOTIC AREAS IN SWITZERLAND

      Acta Tropica
    36. FORNASARI L; CASALE P; WAUTERS L
      RED SQUIRREL CONSERVATION - THE ASSESSMENT OF A REINTRODUCTION EXPERIMENT

      Italian journal of zoology
    37. WAUTERS L; CASALE P; FORNASARI L
      POSTRELEASE BEHAVIOR, HOME-RANGE ESTABLISHMENT AND SETTLEMENT SUCCESSOF REINTRODUCED RED SQUIRRELS

      Italian journal of zoology
    38. BRYCE J; PRITCHARD JS; WARAN NK; YOUNG RJ
      COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR OBTAINING POPULATION ESTIMATES FOR RED SQUIRRELS IN RELATION TO DAMAGE DUE TO BARK STRIPPING

      Mammal review
    39. BRYCE J
      CHANGES IN THE DISTRIBUTIONS OF RED AND GREY SQUIRRELS IN SCOTLAND

      Mammal review
    40. SCHLUND W; SCHARFE F; STAUSS MJ; BURKHARDT JF
      HABITAT FIDELITY AND HABITAT UTILIZATION OF AN ARBOREAL MAMMAL (MYOXUS-GLIS) IN 2 DIFFERENT FORESTS

      Zeitschrift fur Saugetierkunde
    41. BAYNE EM; HOBSON KA
      TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF PREDATION ON ARTIFICIAL NESTS IN THE SOUTHERN BOREAL FOREST

      The Journal of wildlife management
    42. RUSHTON SP; LURZ PWW; FULLER R; GARSON PJ
      MODELING THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE RED AND GREY SQUIRREL AT THE LANDSCAPE SCALE - A COMBINED GIS AND POPULATION-DYNAMICS APPROACH

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    43. LURZ PWW; GARSON PJ; WAUTERS LA
      EFFECTS OF TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIATION IN HABITAT QUALITY ON RED SQUIRREL DISPERSAL BEHAVIOR

      Animal behaviour
    44. ANDREN H
      POPULATION RESPONSES TO HABITAT FRAGMENTATION - STATISTICAL POWER ANDTHE RANDOM SAMPLE HYPOTHESIS

      Oikos
    45. STUARTSMITH AK; BOUTIN S
      BEHAVIORAL-DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SURVIVING AND DEPREDATED JUVENILE RED SQUIRRELS

      Ecoscience
    46. WAUTERS LA; SUHONEN J; DHONDT AA
      FITNESS CONSEQUENCES OF HOARDING BEHAVIOR IN THE EURASIAN RED SQUIRREL

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    47. LURZ PWW; GARSON PJ; RUSHTON SP
      THE ECOLOGY OF SQUIRRELS IN SPRUCE DOMINATED PLANTATIONS - IMPLICATIONS FOR FOREST MANAGEMENT

      Forest ecology and management
    48. WAUTERS LA; DHONDT AA
      LIFETIME REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS AND ITS CORRELATES IN FEMALE EURASIAN RED SQUIRRELS

      Oikos
    49. WAUTERS LA; LENS L
      EFFECTS OF FOOD AVAILABILITY AND DENSITY ON RED SQUIRREL (SCIURUS-VULGARIS) REPRODUCTION

      Ecology
    50. WAUTERS LA; HUTCHINSON Y; PARKIN DT; DHONDT AA
      THE EFFECTS OF HABITAT FRAGMENTATION ON DEMOGRAPHY AND ON THE LOSS OFGENETIC-VARIATION IN THE RED SQUIRREL

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    51. VANAPELDOORN RC; CELADA C; NIEUWENHUIZEN W
      DISTRIBUTION AND DYNAMICS OF THE RED SQUIRREL (SCIURUS-VULGARIS L) INA LANDSCAPE WITH FRAGMENTED HABITAT

      Landscape ecology
    52. WAUTERS L; MATTHYSEN E; DHONDT AA
      SURVIVAL AND LIFETIME REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN DISPERSING AND RESIDENTRED SQUIRRELS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    53. WAUTERS L; CASALE P; DHONDT AA
      SPACE USE AND DISPERSAL OF RED SQUIRRELS IN FRAGMENTED HABITATS

      Oikos
    54. WAUTERS L; DHONDT AA
      IMMIGRATION PATTERN AND SUCCESS IN RED SQUIRRELS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology


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