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arboreal

1. of, relating to, or resembling a tree
2. living in or among trees

arboreal

[är′bȯr·ē·əl]
Also known as arboreous.
(botany)
Relating to or resembling a tree.
(zoology)
Living in trees.
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To test if the nutrient contents differ between ground soil and the arboreal nest, we performed Principal Component Analysis and compared the scores generated in the first four axes (variance explained = 91.
Tuttle (1974,1981) proposed that the arboreal ancestor of modern hominins would have been small-bodied--around the size of living gibbons (9-13.
One terrarium was for housing the arboreal spider that lives at a higher level and the other was for the terrestrial spider that lives at ground level, hence one being higher than the other, both with compartments of equal volume of 10,000 cubic centimetres, ensuring that the amount of water pumped into the compartment in millilitres would have the desired effect of controlling the humidity value to around 77%RH.
2 m), diurnal, arboreal snake that ranges from eastern Honduras to western Ecuador (Savage, 2002).
Regardless of how the economy is doing, people still need to keep their trees trimmed and well-maintained, especially if they live in a community with an HOA," said Nathan Charlton, owner of Arboreal Tree Experts.
Golden mice are considered highly arboreal and posses well developed abdominal musculature, a semi-prehensile tail, and large plantar tubercles indicative of an arboreal lifestyle.
The flower wilts and the little fellow is all alone in an unfamiliar arboreal world of 'wild animals of every sort'.
MONTANE RAINFOREST BIOGEOGRAPHY: GEOGRAPHY'S EFFECTS ON ARBOREAL SIZE AND DISTRIBUTION.
Spanning fern forests to mangrove swamps, this volume is a gorgeous and informative guide to the arboreal world.
Britain's joint-champion jockey, who is on a two-week holiday, had nine rides at South Africa's premier track for his brother-in-law Joey Ramsden, winning two maidens on Arboreal and Atlantic Storm.
The Remarkable Trees of Virginia project is the brainchild of Hugo, who has long had a passion for trees and enlisted Kirwan and Llewellyn's help in bringing a book about the state's arboreal treasures to life.