- USE THE OOZE. // Ranger Rick;Jul2003, Vol. 37 Issue 7, p5
Presents information on the habitat of female warthogs that live in Africa.
- Roosts used by maternity colonies of silver-haired bats in northeastern Oregon. Betts, Burr J. // Journal of Mammalogy;May98, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p643
Provides information on a study which examined the roosts or habits occupied by pregnant silver-haired bats (Lasionycteris noctivagans) in northeastern Oregon. Indepth look at the trees which contained cavities; Impact of insolation and retention of heat on the pregnant colonies; Methodology...
- Going to the Pits. Luoma, Jon R. // Audubon;Mar1986, Vol. 88 Issue 2, p82
Examines the potential of gravel pits as wildlife habitat. Creation of wetlands from digging holes to get at gravel; Creation of a host of new microinhabitants where plants and animals will thrive; Increasing awareness that gravel pits had become critical habitat for certain rare birds.
- Openings. // Northwoods Wildlife Region;1984, p26
This article presents information on openings in a forest. An opening is a clearing in the forest which in most cases is the result of some natural or man-produced catastrophe. An opening may be a small space produced by the death of a few forest trees, or an extensive area created by forest...
- The Euler Number as an Index of Spatial Integrity of Landscapes: Evaluation and Proposed Improvement. BOGAERT, JAN; HECKE, PIET VAN; CEULEMANS, REINHART // Environmental Management;May2002, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p673
The spatial integrity of a habitat or landscape is determined by the occurrence of habitat fragments and of perforations inside them. A landscape is said to have less spatial integrity with increasing numbers of fragments and perforations. The Euler number (e) is a numerical measure of spatial...
- Beauty or the beast? Harbrecht, D. // International Wildlife;Jul92, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p30
Examines the wart hog and its growing popularity in the United States. Discusses the wart hog's physical characteristics and habits and habitat. Vulnerabilities; Sets of warts; Behavior; Vocalizations; Size. INSET: Would you take a wart hog to lunch? (survey)..
- Wart hog results. // International Wildlife;Nov92, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p12
Presents the results of an `International Wildlife' magazine survey asking if the wart hog is a beauty or a beast. Gives sample responses from the more than 250 readers who replied.
- When Dorothy grunts. Frame, L.H. // Highlights for Children;Feb91, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p24
Describes life among such groups of West African animals as warthogs, birds and monkeys. The article discusses the importance of warning cries among these animals.
- Microspore Morphology of Isoetes Species (Lycophyta) from Southern South America. Macluf, C. Cecilia; Morbelli, Marta A.; Giudice, Gabriela E. // Botanical Review;Apr2006, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p121
Microspores of the 24 species of Isoetes that grow in southern South America were analyzed under a light microscope and scanning electron microscope. The microspores are monolete, elliptic in polar view, 30�40 �m long, and 20�25 �m wide. A background with various characteristics is seen...