Castor canadensis

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Castor canadensis

(syn. C. fiber) see beaver.
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Impact by North American beaver (Castor canadensis) on forest plant composition in the wilds, a surface-mined landscape in southeastern Ohio.
In this context, the present study developed habitat suitability models in different colonization stages for the introduced North American beaver in southern Patagonia based on empirical data in its invasive range.
Performance of tail-mounted transmitters on American beavers Castor canadensis in a northern climate.
Invasive North American beaver (Castor canadensis): The distribution of mitochondrial variation across the archipelago of Tierra del Fuego.
Development of nine new microsatellite loci for the American beaver, Castor canadensis (Rodentia: Castoridae), and cross-species amplification in the European beaver, Castor fiber.
The American beaver, named the state animal in 1969, enhances habitat for many fish and wildlife species through its dam-building activities.
American beaver (Castor canadensis Kuhl) occurs naturally in nearly every available aquatic habitat in North America, with the exceptions of the arctic tundra, high montane environs, southwestern deserts, and peninsular Florida (Hall 1981; Jenkins & Busher 1979).
The North American beaver (Castor canadensis) was native to the southwestern United States on most streams having permanent water.
Predator cues reduce American beaver use of foraging trails.
The North American beaver Castor canadensis (Cc) was introduced to Eurasia in 1937 to supplement an ongoing reintroduction of beaver to Finland instigated in 1935, initially with Eurasian beaver C.
November is a good time of year to look for the American beaver, our state animal, and beavers are busy building in Fall Creek.
Long-term population dynamics of North American beaver, Castor canadensis, on Quabbin Reservation, Massachusetts, and Sagehen Creek, California, p.

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