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arboreal

appertaining to trees.

arboreal

pertaining to trees, treelike, tree-dwelling.
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Pheidole moerens, an exotic species, had the highest frequency of occurrence at HI sites SG15-C, SG19-C, and SG26-C, and Crematogaster ashmeadi Mayr, a native arboreal species, had the highest occurrences at SG26-C and SG24-C.
As a group, Victorian arboreal mammals are well-represented in the conservation rating systems.
Here, I compare frequency of cottonmouth use of four different substrates between spring and fall, placing a special emphasis on arboreal behavior to facilitate comparison of my observations with those of Graham (2013).
Ancient trees in the landscape; Norfolk's arboreal heritage.
The fact that Enantiornithes are largely viewed as arboreal animals doesn't mean that they didn't frequent the ground - like most living arboreal birds, from parrots to woodpeckers," the New Scientist quoted Luis Chiappe at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County as saying.
Terrestrial species are likely to select rock crevices or subterranean holes as retreat sites, while many arboreal species select microhabitats within vegetation, which may include holes in trees, crevices, or foliage (Schlesinger and Shine, 1994).
Of course, both your vision and movement were severely limited, and if you tripped and fell down in the damn thing, you'd probably end up thrashing around and swearing, alarming the game even more than might have been the case sans arboreal embellishments.
Behind the music: Also taking an arboreal bent, the Louisiana-bred, Brooklyn-based Barwick named her breathtaking work after a hollowed-out kid-friendly tree on the farm where she grew up.
Hunters in the trees; a natural history of arboreal snakes.
If the council wishes to present a "green" approach, make Acklam Hall a horticultural and arboreal department for the college.