Cynomys ludovicianus

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Cynomys ludovicianus

see prairie dog.
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Distribution of wintering ferruginous hawks (Buteo regalis) in relation to black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovidanus) colonies in southern New Mexico and northern Chihuahua.
Distribution of burrowing owls in the Great Plains is closely associated with the presence of black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus).
High prevalence of Yersinia pestis in black-tailed prairie dog colonies during an apparent enzootic phase of sylvatic plague.
Summary of black-tailed prairie dog population estimates.
2001: Efficacy of translocations for restoring populations of black-tailed prairie dogs in north-central Montana.
One of 11 states in which black-tailed prairie dogs were indigenous, but they are no longer found here.
Bison used black-tailed prairie dog towns extensively for their rut activities, and it appeared that the habitat and space use of other ungulates in the Park were independent of those of the bison.
Steve Torbit of the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), the group that filed the petition to list the black-tailed prairie dog as threatened.
36) Yet another study points out that at least thirty-six species of mammals, four species of amphibians, eighty-eight species of birds, and six species of reptiles are associated with the black-tailed prairie dog colony ranges.
Analysis of the mating system in the black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) by likelihood of paternity.