Castor canadensis

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Noun1.Castor canadensis - a variety of beaver found in almost all areas of North America except FloridaCastor canadensis - a variety of beaver found in almost all areas of North America except Florida
beaver - large semiaquatic rodent with webbed hind feet and a broad flat tail; construct complex dams and underwater lodges
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Cinco de ellas: vison (Neovison vison), jabali (Sus scrofa), conejo (Oryctolagus cuniculus), castor (Castor canadensis), ciervo colorado (Cervus elaphus) (Tabla 1) son consideradas, desde los ultimos 10 anos, especies de conflicto encuadradas en la agenda de la Subcomision para el Medio Ambiente Argentino-Chilena donde su manejo se debate y acuerda entre ambos paises.
Assessment of transmitter models to monitor beaver Castor canadensis and Castor fiber populations.
Keywords: North American beaver, canal, Castor canadensis, foraging
Ectoparasites of the beaver (Castor canadensis Kuhl) [microform series].
A land capability classification system for beaver (Castor canadensis Kuhl).
The impacts of Castor canadensis Kuhl (American beaver) on local ecosystems through foraging and dam construction activities have been well documented.
The presence of Najas flexilis, Typha latifolia, and modern beaver (Castor canadensis) suggest that central Alaska had a warmer climate during the early Holocene.
Beavers are well known for their dam-building enthusiasm, although the European beaver (Castor fiber) does not do so as fervently as its North American cousin Castor canadensis.
The return of beavers (Castor canadensis) to almost every region of the continent has shown us that the behavior of these creatures was, in many ways, originally responsible for the contours of the landscape and many rich soil deposits.
These terms typify the Castor Canadensis, or North American beaver.
Beavers (Castor canadensis) were introduced at Isla Grande, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, in 1946.