PDF | The ecological flexibility of the garden dormouse (Eliomys quercinus) enables it to live from the sea level in the Mediterranean area up to m a.s.l. . Eliomys quercinus is found throughout Europe to Asia to North Africa. It is also found in Finland. Garden dormice were introduced into Britian by the Romans in . Eliomys quercinus in Mammal Species of the World. Wilson, Don E. & Reeder, DeeAnn M. (Editors) Mammal Species of the World – A.
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Eliomys quercinus – Wikispecies
eljomys Garden dormice are more carnivorous than any other dormice species, including other small mammals, insects, snails and baby birds. The robustness of inferences was assessed by bootstrap resampling Felsenstein in PhyML using 10, random maximum-likelihood repetitions.
Like other dormice, the garden dormouse is an agile rodent, known for its ability to accumulate fat and hibernate for long periods 3. In spite of its name, the garden dormouse’s main habitat is the forest, though it can also be found in fruit-growing regions.
If you are able to help please contact: Extinctions and local disappearances of vertebrates in the western Mediterranean islands. Incongruities between the chromosomal races and phylogenetic structure occurred in the Alpine clade in which individuals with both 52 and 54 chromosomes were found. Nieberding; Phylogeography of the garden dormouse Eliomys quercinus in the western Palearctic region, Journal of MammalogyVolume 94, Issue 1, 15 FebruaryPages —, https: The network showed a general congruence with the phylogenetic reconstruction, because the same 6 clades and subclades of Eliomys sp.
Ed The Encyclopedia of Mammals. Edible dormouse Glis glis. Palearctic living in the northern part of the Old World. They may live in shelters made from birds’ nests, rock, or trees.
Garden dormouse Eliomys quercinus.
Rodents of Unusual Size. Glossary Ethiopian living in sub-Saharan Africa south of 30 degrees north and Madagascar. When dormice enter the dormant stage, their sleep is so deep that they can elimys rolled over without waking.
Arroyo Nombela et al. Chaetocauda Chinese dormouse Chaetocauda sichuanensis. Garden dormice have a simple digestive tract, suggesting they qudrcinus not eat much cellulose. Mitochondrial and chromosomal insights into karyotypic evolution of the pygmy mouse, Mus minutoidesin South Africa. Asian garden dormouse Eliomys melanurus. Phylogeographical and population genetic structures.
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Eliomys quercinus is found throughout Europe to Asia to North Africa. The expected frequencies solid linebased on a population growth decline model, using the DNAsp version 5.
Beyond the Mediterranean peninsulas: The presence of 2 well-differentiated subclades in Portugal and southwestern France, and the absence of a north–south diversity gradient, suggest the existence of allopatric refuges in these regions for the species Table 2.
Furthermore, the species is known to be tolerant of cold climates because it is found in the Alps and Pyrenees up to 2, m in elevation and in southern Finland R. In this context, we produced a molecular phylogeography by sequencing the cytochrome- b Cytb gene for 66 individuals of Eliomys distributed over almost the entire distributional range of the species.
Yet the Italian clade displayed a strong differentiation among subclades 10 mutational steps ; whereas in contrast, Italian and Alpine clades showed the lowest differentiation 5 mutational steps. A simple method for estimating evolutionary rates of base substitutions through comparative studies of nucleotide sequences. In dune areas vegetation is also sparse and conditions are dry.
Conversely, 2 different chromosome races 46 in Morocco and 48 in Israel [ Table 1 ] belong to the same mitochondrial lineage clade 1suggesting that gene flow also persisted after the segregation into distinct chromosome races and may still persist at present. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Disagreement between morphotypes and karyotypes in Eliomys Rodentia, Gliridae: There are eight mammae on female E. Blind and naked at birth, they open their eyes after about 18 days, and are nursed until they are one month old.
Email alerts New issue alert. Similar patterns of distinct chromosomal races in the sibling species E.
A single Robertsonian fission likely took place in the western European lineage long before the postglacial northward recolonization from Iberia toward quercins Europe, as proposed by Eliomhs Nombela et al. Similar to all Gliridae from temperate regions, E. View large Download slide. Common scarlet-darter Crocothemis erythraea. The short fur is shades of grey and brown on the upperparts and creamy or white on the underparts, and the face usually bears black markings.
Whilst hibernating, animals survive on stored reserves of fat that they have accumulated in summer. Among these are mustelids, crows, magpies, and foxes.
Garden dormouse conservation The garden dormouse is listed on Appendix III of the Bern Convention, meaning that this species is protected, but may be subject to some exploitation if in accordance with certain regulations 5. These findings suggest that hybrids between chromosomal races may be viable and that the karyotypic differentiation does not correlate necessarily with reproductive isolation nor with genetic differentiation observed with other molecular markers e.
Diet of the garden dormouse Eliomys quercinus Linnaeus in orange groves: This information is awaiting authentication by a species expert, and will be updated as soon as possible. This species is featured in the Mediterranean Basin eco-region.
Information about the population genetic structure of E. Eliomys quercinus were used for food in Britain during the Roman Empire, as indicated by archeological evidence.
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Classification Kingdom Animalia animals Animalia: Woolly dormouse Dryomys laniger Balochistan forest dormouse Dryomys niethammeri Forest dormouse Dryomys nitedula.
Determining the biogeography of unique lineages of E.
The bold lines indicate the population subdivisions between clades, the dotted lines the subdivisions between subclades, and the gray lines distinguish southern and northern, and western and eastern, groups of populations in clades 3 and 5 used in Table 2.