Glis glis

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Noun1.Glis glis - large European dormouse
dormouse - small furry-tailed squirrel-like Old World rodent that becomes torpid in cold weather
genus Glis, Glis - type genus of the Gliridae
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In temperate zone the edible dormouse (Glis glis) is an obligate hibernator with a relatively short activity season during the summer.
The edible dormouse is an obligate hibernator and in contrast to other glirids with an unusually short active period and profound reproductive strategy.
For the stuffed mouse recipe, be sure to use the edible dormouse Glis glis, which was indeed bred for food in classical Rome, and leave ordinary household mice to cats (290).
TONY Francis is standing in his pitch black house, cursing the edible dormouse.
Tony smiles wryly: "We featured the edible dormouse on Heart of the Country, and now I'm a victim.
2005: Influences of the feeding ecology on body mass and possible implications for reproduction in the edible dormouse (Glis glis).
2009: Ecology of the edible dormouse (Glis glis) in a western edge population in southern Belgium.
2009: Habitat differences affect life history tactics of a pulsed resource consumer, the edible dormouse (Glis glis).
The recent study focuses on mortality, dispersal and biased sex ratio in the offspring of the edible dormouse (Glis glis) and their influence on next year's subadult population.
of the non-native edible dormouse shows (using nest boxes inspected monthly), that whilst some or much breeding occurs in most years, non-breeding years also occur.
A large population of the edible dormouse, Glis glis, exists on the small island Greifswalder Oie in the Baltic Sea south-east of Ruegen.
Molecular research assessed the existence of an evolutionary significant unit in the edible dormouse populations living in south Italy, Sicily and Sardinia, and we decided to investigate the environmental factors capable of explaining its occurrence and abundance in Sicily, for a better management of these populations.