Terrestrial mammals of Dobrogea Region, Romania
Occurrence records from the article "Conservation priorities for terrestrial mammals in Dobrogea Region, Romania" Iulia V. Miu, Gabriel B. Chișamera, Viorel D. Popescu, Ruben Iosif, Andreea Nita, Steluta Manolache, Viorel D. Gavril, Ioana Cobzaru, Laurentiu Rozylowicz.
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Miu I.V., Chisamera G.B., Popescu V.D., Iosif R., Nita A., Manolache S., Gavril V.D., Cobzaru I., Rozylowicz L. (2018): Data from Conservation priorities for terrestrial mammals in Dobrogea region, Romania.
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Dobrogea Region, Romania
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [43.58, 26.719], North East [45.706, 29.839]|
Occurrence records of mammals from Dobrogea, Romania at species level.
|Species||Sciurus vulgaris (Eurasian squirel), Spermophilus citellus (European souslik), Dryomys nitedula (Forest dormouse), Muscardinus avellanarius (Hazel dormouse), Glis glis (Common dormouse), Castor fiber (Eurasian beaver), Sicista nordmanni (Southern birch mouse), Nannospalax leucodon (Lesser mole rat), Cricetus cricetus (Common hamster), Mesocricetus newtoni (Romanian hamster), Ondatra zibethicus (Muskrat), Arvicola amphibius (Lesser water rat), Microtus agrestis (Short tailed vole), Microtus arvalis (Common vole), Microtus levis (East European vole), Microtus subterraneus (European pine vole), Myodes glareolus (Bank vole), Micromys minutus (Eurasian harvest mouse), Apodemus agrarius (Striped field mouse), Apodemus flavicollis (Yellow-necked mouse), Apodemus sylvaticus (European wood mouse), Apodemus uralensis (Herb field mouse), Mus spicilegus (Steppe mouse), Myocastor coypus (Coypu), Lepus europaeus (European brown hare), Erinaceus roumanicus (Eastern European hedgehog), Crocidura leucodon (White-toothed shrew), Crocidura suaveolens (Garden shrew), Neomys anomalus (Southern water shrew), Neomys fodiens (Water shrew), Sorex araneus (Common shrew), Sorex minutus (Pygmy shrew), Talpa europaea (Eurasian mole), Felis silvestris (European wild cat), Lynx lynx (European lynx), Canis aureus (Golden jackal), Canis lupus (Grey wolf), Nyctereutes procyonoides (Racoon dog), Vulpes vulpes (Red fox), Mustela erminea (Common stoat), Mustela eversmanii (Steppe polecat), Mustela lutreola (European mink), Mustela nivalis (Weasel), Mustela putorius (European polecat), Vormela peregusna (Marbled polecat), Martes foina (Beech marten), Martes martes (Pine marten), Meles meles (Eurasian badger), Neovison vison (American mink), Lutra lutra (Eurasian otter), Sus scrofa (Wild boar), Dama dama (Fallow deer), Cervus elaphus (Red deer), Capreolus capreolus (Roe deer), Rattus norvegicus (Common rat), Rattus rattus (Black rat), Mus musculus (House mouses), Alces alces (Eurasian elk), Ovis aries musimon (European mouflon)|
|Start Date / End Date||1900-01-01 / 2016-01-01|
The goal of the project is to better understand suitability of community networks for maintaining grasslands sustainability in the context of changes induced by the EU Common Agricultural Policy for rural development, by exploring novel approaches for investigation of network structures in traditionally managed landscapes.
|Title||A social network approach for assessing sustainability of traditionally managed grasslands in a policy-driven management context|
|Funding||Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding (UEFISCDI)|
|Study Area Description||Dobrogea region, Romania|
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