Geomys bursarius


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Noun1.Geomys bursarius - gopher of chiefly grasslands of central North AmericaGeomys bursarius - gopher of chiefly grasslands of central North America
genus Geomys, Geomys - type genus of the Geomyidae
pocket gopher, pouched rat, gopher - burrowing rodent of the family Geomyidae having large external cheek pouches; of Central America and southwestern North America
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A predictable pattern of daily activity by the pocket gopher Geomys bursarius.
The plains pocket gopher, Geomys bursarius, is a fossorial rodent species native to the plains states of the central and southern United States (Hall 1981; Wilson & Reeder 2005).
The plains pocket gopher, Geomys bursarius (Shaw) is a fossorial rodent known as an important agent of soil disturbance in grassland communities.
Pine needle oil causes avoidance behaviors in pocket gopher Geomys bursarius.
franklinii, red squirrel Tamiasciurus hudsonicus, and the plains pocket gopher Geomys bursarius.
More specifically, Geomys bursarius is parapatric with Thomomys talpoides, Thomomys bottae, and Cratogeomys castanops; T.
Studies of a contact zone among three chromosomal races of Geomys bursarius in east Texas.
Chromosomal and morphological variation in the plains pocket gopher, Geomys bursarius, in Texas and adjacent states.
Small mammals at Perico Creek include Spermophilus, Geomys bursarius, Ondatra zibethicus, and Microtus, none of which is shared with the rockshelter in Cimarron County.
Keywords: Density, distribution, Geomys bursarius, plains pocket gopher, program DISTANCE
talpoides has been trapped in northwestern Nebraska in recent decades (UNSM 21528, collected in 1974 in Sioux County); during this same time, 34 Geomys bursarius have been collected within the area supposedly occupied by Thomomys.
Ectoparasites and other arthropod associates on two subspecies of plains pocket gophers: Geomys bursarius illinoensis and Geomys bursarius missouriensis.