California mammals - Habitats 2

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California mammals - Habitats 2
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California mammals and habitats for Rodents I
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  1. Tamias senex
    • Shadow chipmunk
    • Dense vegetation, thickets in coniferous forest
    • Sierra Nevada to Yosemite
  2. Tamias minimus
    • Least chipmunk
    • Sagebrush habitats east of the Sierra Nevada
  3. Tamia amoenus
    • Yellow-pine chipmunk
    • Yellow pine, north of Yosemite
  4. Callospermophilus lateralis
    • Golden-mantled ground squirrel
    • coniferous forests in western North America
  5. Urocitellus beldingi
    • Belding's ground squirrel
    • motane meadows to 3000 m and sagebrush flats in Great Basin
  6. Otospermophilus beecheyi
    • California ground squirrel/Beechey ground squirrel
    • California common
  7. Marmota flaviventris
    • Yellow-bellied marmot
    • rocky outcrops and embankments in mountains, Cascade and Sierra Nevada ranges
  8. Ammospermophilus leucurus
    • White-tailed antelope ground squirrel
    • arid regions of Great Basin
  9. Glaucomys sabrinus
    • Northern flying squirrel
    • coniferous forests, North Coast, Sierra Nevada ranges
  10. Tamiasciurus douglasii
    • Douglas' squirrel
    • coniferous forests from southern Sierra Nevada
  11. Sciurus niger
    • Fox squirrel
    • introduced, parks and woodlands, UC Davis campus
  12. Sciurus griseus
    • Western grey squirrel
    • native to CA; common in woodlands from sea level to 1500 m
  13. Sciurus carolinensis
    • Eastern grey squirrel
    • introduced to park and cities
  14. Erethizon dorsatum
    • Porcupine
    • coniferous forests throughout state
  15. Castor canadensis
    • American beaver
    • streams and small lakes throughout the northern 2/3 of CA
  16. Aplodontia rufa
    • Mountain beaver
    • moist areas in coniferous forests

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