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Grijze eekhoorn Sciurus carolinensis

Foto: Maries Elemans

Indeling

Sciuridae [familie]
Sciurus [genus] (3/1)

Literatuur

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Macdonald, D.W. & F. Tattersall 2001. Britain's Mammals: the challenge for conservation. Mammals Trust UK, London.

Mitchell-Jones, A.J., G. Amori, W. Bogdanowicz, B. Krystufek, P.J.H. Reijnders, F. Spitzenberger, M. Stubbe, J.B.M. Thissen, V. Vohralik & J. Zima 1999. The atlas of European mammals. Academic Press, London.

Padgett, K.A., W.K. Reisen, N. Kahl-Purcell, Y. Fang, B. Cahoon-Young, R. Carney, N. Anderson, L. Zucca, L. Woods, S. Husted & V.L. Kramer 2007. West Nile Virus infection in tree squirrels (Rodentia: Sciuridae) in California, 2004-2005. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 76(5): 810-813.

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Signorile, A.L. & J. Evans 2007. Damage caused by the American grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) to agricultural crops, poplar plantations and semi-natural woodland in Piedmont, Italy. Forestry 80(1): 89-98

Skryja, D.D. 1974. Reproductive Biology of the Least Chipmunk (Eutamias minimus operarius) in Southeastern Wyoming. Journal of Mammalogy 55(1): 221-224.

Tattoni, C., D.G. Preatoni, P.W.W. Lurz, S.P. Rushton, G. Tosi, S. Bertolino, A. Martinoli & L.A. Wauters 2006. Modelling the expansion of a grey squirrel population: implications for squirrel control. Biological Invasions 8: 1605-1619.

Tompkins, D. M., A. R. White & M. Boots 2003. Ecological replacement of native red squirrels by invasive greys driven by disease. Ecology Letters 6: 189-196.

Verbeylen, G., L. De Bruijn & E. Matthijsen 2003. Patch occupancy, population density and dynamics in a fragmented red squirrel Sciurus vulgaris population. Ecography 26: 118-128.

Wood, D.J.A., J.L. Koprowski & P.W.W. Lurz 2007. Tree squirrel introduction: A theoretical approach with population viability analysis. Journal of Mammalogy 88(5): 1271-1279.

Woods, S.E. 1980. The squirrels of Canada. National Museums of Canada. Ottawa, Canada.

 

Links

DAISIE Link

DAISIE factsheet PDF

NOBANIS Link

Global Invasive Species Database Link

NBN Gateway Link

Invasive Species in Belgium Link

 

Bron

Auteur(s)

Dekker, J.J.A.