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The North American beaver (Castor canadensis) is an invasive species in southern Patagonia, introduced in 1946 as part of a… Expand INTRODUCTION The beaver (Castor canadensis) is North America’s largest rodent. It inhabits streams, ponds, and lakes throughout… Expand To evaluate methods for promoting consumption of tamarisk plants by beavers (Castor canadensis), we determined the feeding… Expand At many beaver (Castor canadensis) sites at Allegany State Park in New York State, red maple (Acer rubrum) is the only or one of… Expand Unoccupied beaver (Castor canadensis) sites in New York State were for two years experimentally scented with a mixture of beaver… Expand Beaver (Castor canadensis) influence stream ecosystems through their wood cutting and dam building activities. To quantify this… Expand Beaver (Caster canadensis) foraging and edaphic conditions can modify the vegetational characteristics of woody plant community… Expand Beaver (Castor canadensis) populations have declined or failed to recover in heavily browsed envi ronments. I suggest that… Expand Fourteen adult beavers (Castor canadensis) weighing 16.5 +/- 4.14 kg (mean +/- SD) were anesthetized for surgical implantation of… Expand Oocysts of Eimeria sprehni Yakimoff, 1934, and E. causeyi sp. n. are described from the Canadian beaver, Castor canadensis, from… Expand