OBSERVATIONS ON THE ECOLOGY OF THE ENDEMIC MEARNS'S SQUIRREL (TAMIASCIURUS MEARNSI)

@inproceedings{Koprowski2006OBSERVATIONSOT,
  title={OBSERVATIONS ON THE ECOLOGY OF THE ENDEMIC MEARNS'S SQUIRREL (TAMIASCIURUS MEARNSI)},
  author={John L. Koprowski and N. Ramos and Bret S. Pasch and Claire A. Zugmeyer},
  year={2006}
}
  • John L. Koprowski, N. Ramos, +1 author Claire A. Zugmeyer
  • Published 2006
  • Biology
  • Abstract Mearns's squirrel (Tamiasciurus mearnsi) is an endemic species of the montane forest of the Sierra de San Pedro Mártir in Baja California. Despite having been described for the first time in 1893 and a listing as threatened by Mexican authorities, no information is available on the ecology of this southernmost Tamiasciurus. We observed the ecology of Mearns's squirrels during 2004 and 2005. Mearns's squirrel apparently does not form larderhoards, known as middens, or leaf nests… CONTINUE READING
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