Neotoma cinerea

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Noun1.Neotoma cinerea - any of several bushy-tailed rodents of the genus Neotoma of western North AmericaNeotoma cinerea - any of several bushy-tailed rodents of the genus Neotoma of western North America; hoards food and other objects
wood rat, wood-rat - any of various small short-tailed rodents of the northern hemisphere having soft fur grey above and white below with furred tails and large ears; some are hosts for Ixodes pacificus and Ixodes scapularis (Lyme disease ticks)
dusky-footed woodrat, Neotoma fuscipes - host to Lyme disease tick (Ixodes pacificus) in northern California
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In 1995, University of New Mexico researchers (http://biology.unm.edu/fasmith/Web_Page_PDFs/Smith_et_al_1995_Science.pdf) published a paper in Science detailing how the fossil poop of the bushy-tailed woodrat could be used to trace fluctuations in body sizes over time.
mexicana or Neotoma cinerea (bushy-tailed woodrat); however, lower first molars from Lower Sloth Cave do pertain to N.
mexicana) captured in New Mexico, a Mexican woodrat and bushy-tailed woodrat (N.