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Patch area, substrate depth, and richness affect giving‐up densities: a test with mourning doves and cottontail rabbits
We compared the foraging behavior of mourning doves Zenaida macroura and cottontail rabbits Sylvilagus floridanus in patches that varied in initial food abundance, surface area and substrate depth.Expand
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On the current status and distribution of the Jungle Cat, Felis chaus, in Jordan (Mammalia: Carnivora)
Abstract The current status and distribution of the Jungle cat, Felis chaus, in Jordan is reviewed based on recent field observations and specimen collections. In 1998, two specimens were foundExpand
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Islands of fear: effects of wooded patches on habitat suitability of the striped mouse in a South African grassland
Summary 1. As a fundamental unit within a landscape, habitat patches create spatial heterogeneity. On a gradient of habitat patch size, one sees patches of denser vegetation cover occurring inExpand
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On the Current Status and Distribution of Blanford's Fox, Vulpes cana Blanford, 1877, in Jordan (Mammalia: Carnivora: Canidae)
The current status and distribution of Blanford's Fox, Vulpes cana, in Jordan is reviewed based on recent field observations and specimen collections. New distribution records along with morphometricExpand
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Caught basking in the winter sun: Preliminary data on winter thermoregulation in the Ethiopian hedgehog, Paraechinus aethiopicus, in Qatar
Abstract Biologists focus on thermoregulation of desert mammals in terms of how they minimize heat gain, and put less effort on how they maximize heat gain during the cooler months. Heat gain mayExpand
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Time-varying parallel-cascade system identification of ankle stiffness from ensemble data
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A new time-varying, parallel-cascade identification method for time varying systems that can predict the system's dynamics well. Expand
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Mice of the Genus Apodemus in Jordan
Members of the Genus Apodemus KAUP, 1829, are well spread in the temperate woodlands and fi elds of the Palaearctic region. The systematics, evolutionary history and taxonomy of the genus have beenExpand
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Status of the Eurasian Badger, Meles meles, in Jordan (Carnivora: Mustilidae)
Abstract New records of the Eurasian Badger, Meles meles, from Dana and Mujib Nature Reserves in Jordan represent the most southern occurrence of the species in the Levant. Records from Al MunaysahExpand
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Results of Herpetofaunal Inventory of Wadi Ramm Protected Area, with Notes on Some Relict Species
In the course of the faunistic inventory in Wadi Ramm Protected Area, a total of 34 species of reptiles representing nine families (Gekkonidae, Chamaeleonidae, Agamidae, Lacertidae, Scincidae,Expand
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The rodents (Mammalia: Rodentid) of Wadi Ramm, Southern Jordan: New records and notes on distribution
Thirteen species of rodents representing four families (Dipodidae, Gliridae, Muridae and Gerbillidae) were recorded in the southern desert of Wadi Ramm, Jordan. Species accounts including externalExpand
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