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grey squirrel

a grey-furred squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis, native to E North America but now widely established
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2009) established that fox squirrels replace gray squirrels at locations within Southern California.
Gray squirrels consumed 7 food items that fox squirrels did not (Table 1), including Fremontodendron spp.
Both species preferred a variety of food items at RSABG, yet observations at several urban/suburban parks indicated gray squirrels were limited in food choices (Ortiz 2014).
Naturally occurring fibromas of gray squirrels related to Shopes rabbit fibroma.
An epizootic of fibramatosis in gray squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis) in Florida.
Gray squirrels can weigh between 15 and 24 ounces and are 16 to 24 inches in length.
The bellies of fox squirrels are tan or gold compared to the white bellies found on gray squirrels.
Fox squirrels are sympatric with gray squirrels (S.
Brown and Batzli (1985a) and Armitage and Harris (1982) found little evidence of interspecific competition in sympatric populations of fox squirrels and gray squirrels in the Midwest.
During the same period as her volunteer work, Ackerman was also in the midst of a lengthy research project on gray squirrels for National Geographic (published in its November 1995 issue).
Our study examined variables that might influence the use of nest boxes by southern flying squirrels and associated gray squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis).
Nests of gray squirrels were primarily composed of leaves.