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Food relocation: Roller species dominated burrower species in all three zones (Fig.
Let's hope this famous protester doesn't take after another underground burrower famous for it's long ears, fluffy tail and reproductive vigour.
He reckons redhead Geri from the all-girl chart toppers would make the best burrower.
Individuals used streams from January to June (Fitzpatrick and Busack, 1989), suggesting the species is a secondary burrower.
One, a possible burrower, probably ate insects and the larger may have eaten plants as well.
Sorokin (Deuteromycotina: Hyphomycetes) strain CIAT 224 and different dosages of imidiacloprid on the subterranean burrower bug Cyrtomenus bergi Froeschner (Hemiptera: Cydnidae).
As an obligate burrower in specific sediments, the Pacific sand lance is a good candidate for habitat-based management.
The USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture has awarded Fort Valley State University professor George Mbata a $200,000 grant to study integrated approaches to managing infestations of the burrower bug.
Dinilysia patagonica, a Late Cretaceous relative of modern snakes that lived roughly 90 million years ago, also had the balloon-shaped inner ear of a burrower, Yi and Norell report.
The deep, blade-like ungual phalanges and robust pectoral girdle suggest that Teraterpeton hrynewichorum was a burrower (which may well account for the excellent, articulated preservation of the holotype).
Typhlops reticulatus is a burrower but can be found above ground as well even during daylight hours.