Dormouse Science

Scientific papers on dormice


Adamik and Kral (2008)
Nest losses of cavity nesting birds caused by dormice (Gliridae, Rodentia)
Acta Theriologica 53(2) 185-195


Allen K (2010)
Corridors for dormice in Gwent
Version of a PTES project sponsered by Natural England


Ambrose, Bennett, Bird, Tatman, Wilson, White (2012)
Wilder Wych Dormouse research project: a study of the re-introduced dormouse population in the Wych Valley, Cheshire
Report for Chester Zoo, Cheshire WT and PTES


Bako B and Hecker K (2006)
Factors determining the distribution of coexisting dormouse species (Gliridae, Rodentia)
Polish Journal of Ecology 54 3: 379-386


Berrett and Hamilton (1910) The Dormouse or Sleeper
History of British Mammals


Berg L (1996)
Small-scale changes in the distribution of the dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius(Rodentia, Myoxidae in relation to vegetation changes
Mammalia 60 No 2 211-216


Berg L and Berg A (1998)
Nest site selection by the dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius in two different landscapes
Ann. Zool. Fennici 35: 115-122


Berg L and Berg A (1999)
Abundance and survival of the hazel dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius in a tempory shrub habitat: a trapping study
Ann. Zool. Fennici 36 159-165


Black J. (2004)
The status of dormouse at Treswell Woods, Nottinghamshire
(unpublished report for Nottingham Trent University and Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust)


Bodnar S. (2001)
A Strategy for the conservation of Dormice in Warwickshire
English Nature Report


Bodnar S. (2000)
Warwickshire Dormouse Survey
English Nature Report


Bracewell M (2009)
Nest material preferences in the common dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius(L.), in the southern United Kingdom.
(unpublished MSc dissertation Staffordshire University)


Bright, P.W. (1999)
Hedgerows and biodiversity: formulationg management for dormice.
Interim report


Bright, P.W. (1999)
Status and Woodland requirements of the dormouse in Wales.
Report for Countryside Council for Wales and PTES


Bright P.W. (1995)
Briddlesford Dormouse Project 1995
(unpublished report)


Bright, P.W. (1995)
Distribution of the dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius in Wales, on the edge of its range.
Mammal Review 25 No 3: 101-110


Bright, P.W. (1998)
Behaviour of specialist species in habitat corridors: arboreal dormice avoid corridor gaps.
Animal Behaviour 56: 1485-1490


Bright P. & MacPherson D (2002)
Hedgerow management, dormice and biodiversity.
English Nature report No 454


Bright, P.W. and Morris, P.A. (1990)
Habitat requirements of dormice Muscardinus avellanarius in relation to woodland management in Southwest England.
Biological Conservation 54: 307-326


Bright, P.W. and Morris, P.A. (1991)
Ranging and nesting behaviour of the dormouse, Muscardinus avellanarius in diverse low-growing woodland.
Journal of Zoology 224:177-190


Bright, P.W. and Morris, P.A. (1992)
Ranging and nesting behaviour of the dormouse, Muscardinus avellanarius in coppice-with-standards woodland.
Journal of Zoology 226:589-600


Bright, P. & Morris, P. (1993)
Conservation of the dormouse.
British Wildlife 4: 154-162


Bright, P.W. and Morris, P.A. (1993)
Foraging behaviour of dormouse, Muscardinus avellanarius in two contrasting habitats.
Journal of Zoology 230:69-85


Bright, P.W. and Morris, P.A (1994)
Animal translocation for conservation: performance of dormice in relation to release methods, origin and season.
Journal of Applied Ecology 31: 699-708


Bright, P.W. and Morris, P.A (1996)
A review of the dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) in England and a conservation programme to safeguard its future.
Hystrix (n.s.) 6(1-2), 295-302.


Bright, P.W. and Morris, P.A (1996)
Why are dormice rare? A case study in conservation biology.
Mammal Review 26 No. 4: 157-187


Bright P and Morris, P. (2002)
Putting dormice back on the map.
British Wildlife 14: 91-100


Bright, P.W., Mitchell, P. and Morris , P.A. (1994)
Dormouse distribution: survey techniques, insular ecology and selection of sites for conservation.
Journal of Applied Ecology 31: 329-339


Bright P. Morris P. & Mitchell-Jones T. (2006)
The dormouse conservation handbook (2nd edition)
English Nature


Bright, P.W., Morris, P.A and Mitchell-Jones, A.J. (1996)
A new survey of the dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius in Britain 1993-4.
Mammal Review 26 No 4. 189-195


Bright, P.W. Morris, P.A. and Wiles, N.J. (1996)
Effects of weather and season on the summer activity of dormice Muscardinus avellanarius.
Journal of Zoology 238: 521-530


Brooks S (2008)
Dormice: friend or foe? The spread and movement of the Edible Dormouse and the Hazel Dormouse in relation to woodland management
Unpublished MSc thesis in Conservation and Forest Protection for Imperial College London


Brooks S and Trout R (2010)
A positive response by hazel dormice to conifer PAWS restoration
Ecotype 49


Brown N (2007)
The importance of nest-building and nest material preference in captive Hazel Dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius)
Unpublished MSc thesis in Applied Biology for University of Plymouth


Büchner, S. (1997).
Common dormice in small isolated woods.
Nat. Croat. 6(2):271-274


Carmarthenshire dormouse project (hedgerow restoration) 2011-2012
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales


Carroll S (2012)
Strangers in a strange land: Dormice in gardens.
Devon Mammal Group small grants project


Capizzi D. Battistini M. and Amori G (2002)
Analysis of the hazel dormouse, Muscardinus avellanarius, distribution in a Mediterranean fragmented woodland
Italian Journal of Zoology 69(1): 25-31


Chanin P. & Woods M. (2003)
Surveying dormice using nest tubes
Results and experiences from the South West Dormouse Project.
English Nature report 524


Chanin P & Gubert L (2011)
Surveying hazel dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius) with tubes and boxes: a comparison
Mammal Notes Summer 2011


Chanin P & Gubert L (2012)
Common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) movement in a landscape fragmented by roads
Lutra 55 (1): 3-15


Coult T (2001)
Notes on the historical distribution of the dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) in Northumberland and Durham
The Vasculum 86(2):5


Crouch T. (2009)
The ecology of coppiced hazel nut (Corylus avellana) and dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius) in West Sussex: the effect of age and stand dynamics
Unpublished BSc dissertation in Environmental Science for University of Brighton


Csorba A. (2003)
Influence of body weight on hibernation of the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius)
Acta Zoologica 49 (Suppl.1) 39-44


Delany MJ (1985)
Dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius
Yorkshire Mammals: 132-135 Bradford University Press


Duffield (2012)
An investigation into climatic effects on UK hazel dormouse success
Unpublished MRes Data analysis project for University of Leeds


Eden, S.M & Eden, R.M.G. (2001)
The dormouse in Dorset: a reappraisal of dormouse ecology
Dorset Proceedings 123: 75-94


Eden S.M. & Eden R.M.G.(2003)
Further observations on Dormice in Dorset
Dorset Procedings 125, 125-129


Elwell J (2007)
An investigation on the occurance of the hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) in nest boxes within different habitats of Denge Wood
Unpublished MSc dissertation in Environmental Science for University of Greenwich


Ewald N. (2004)
Distribution and status of the Dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius in Hampshire
Report for Hampshire Wildlife Trust


Forder V (2006)
Captive breeding and reintroduction the hazel dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius
A report on behalf of the Wildwood Trust


Garland L. and Woods M.(2005)
Dormice on road verges
In Practice 48


Garrido A. (2002)
Monitoring the distribution of dormice, Muscardinus avellanarius, in Britain: decrease in site occupancy and its causes.
Student dissertation University of London


Griffiths L. (2023)
An appraisal of the population and dispersal of the re-introduced hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) at Chambers Farm Wood, Lincolnshire.
BSc Student dissertation, Nottingham Trent University


Grogan R. (2004)
The effects of coppicing on populations of the Common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) in woodland on the Isle of Wight.
Proc. Isle of Wight Nat Hist Archaeol Soc 20


Hagemans D, De Veren N & Chapman J. (2006)
Nesting material preferences for captive dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius)
Student dissertation: Van Hall Larenstein, Netherlands, Paignton Zoo, Devon.


Herbert C. (2008)
Distribution of the hazel dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius in Greater London
The London Naturalist 87: 119-121


Hillier H.(1998)
A survey of Cambridgeshire ancient woodland to assess their suitability to holding dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius.
Report for English Nature’s Species Recovery Programme and the Wildlife Trusts.


Howes, C. A. (2004)
Sleepers’ in the Dales: Historical records of the Hazel Dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
Proceedings of the Conference on The Biodiversity of the Yorkshire Dales. Supplement to Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union Bulletin 42: 87-89


Ishibashi M (2009)
Nesting material preferences in wild hazel dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius)
Unpublished MSc thesis in Applied Biology for University of Plymouth


Joint Nature Conservation Committee (2007)
Second Report by the UK under Article 17 on the implementation of the Habitats Directive from January 2001 to December 2006: Conservation status assessment for Muscardinus avellanarius
Peterborough: JNCC


Jones J, Alexander L, Bright P, Al-Fulaij N, Morris P, Sharafi S and White I (2009)
The national dormouse monitoring programme – 21 years of bags and boxes.
British Wildlife 22,2: 77-83


Jourdain (1905)
Victoria county history


Juskaitis R(2013)
Summer mortality in the hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) and its effect on population dynamics avellanarius (Linnaeus 1758) on the northern periphery of its ditributional range
Acta Theriol 1 – 6


Juskaitis R, Balciauskas L and Siozinyte V (2013)
Nest site selection by the hazel dormouse Muscardinus avellanarrius: is safety more important than food
Zoological Studies 52:53


Juskaitis R.(2008)
The common dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius ecology, population structure and dynamics.
Institute of Ecology of Vilnius University Publishers, Vilnius


Juskaitis R. and Siozinyte V. (2008)
Habitat requirements of the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) and the fat dormouse (Glis glis) in mature mixed forest in Lithuania.
Ekológia (Bratislava) 27 (2)


Juskaitis R (2008)
Long-term common dormouse monitoring: effects of forest management on abundance
Biodiversity Conservationhuanica 17: 3559-3565


Juskaitis R and Remeisis R (2007)
Summer nest sites of the common dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius in young woodlands of Lithuania
Polish Journal of Ecology 55 (4): 795-803


Juskaitis R (2007)
Feeding by the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius): a review
Acta Zoologica Lithuanica 17 (2): 151-159


Juskaitis R (2007)
Peculiarities of habitats of the common dormouse, Muscardinus avellanarius, within its distributional range and in Lithuania: a review
Folia Zool. 56(4) 337-348


Juskaitis R. (2006)
Interactions between dormice (Gliridae) and hole-nesting birds in nestboxes
Folia Zoologica 55(3): 225-236


Juskaitis R. (2006)
Tail autotomy in the Common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius): some ecological aspects.
Mammalian Biology 71(6): 371-376


Juskaitis R. (2006)
Nestbox grids in population studies of the Common dormuse (Muscardinus avellanarius): Methodological aspects
Polish Journal of Ecology 54(3) 351-358


Juskaitis R. (2005)
Daily torpor in free-ranging common dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius) in Lithuania.
Mammalian Biology 70: 242-249


Juskaitis R. (2005)
The influence of high nestbox density on the Common dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius population.
Acta Theriologica 50(1):43-50


Juskaitis R. (2004)
Local impact of the Tawny owls (Strix aluco) on the Common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) in Lithuania.
Ekologija 23(3): 305-309


Juskaitis R. (2003)
New data on distribution, habitats and abundance of dormice (Gliridae) in Lithuania
Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 49 (Suppl. 1) 55-62


Juskaitis R. (2003)
Late breeding in two Common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) populations.
Mammalian Biology. 68: 244-249


Juskaitis R. (2003)
Abundance dynamics and reproduction success in the common dormouseMuscardinus avellanarius, populations in Lithuania.
Folia Zool. 52(3): 239-248


Juskaitis R. (2003)
Breeding by young-of-the-year females in Common dormouse, Muscardinus avellanarius, populations in Lithuania.
Ann. Zool. Fennici 40: 529-535


Juskaitis R. (2001)
Frequency and demographic parameters of white-tipped Common dormiceMuscardinus avellanarius.
Acta Theriologica 46(4): 385-392


Juskaitis R. (2001)
Weight changes of the Common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius L.) during the year in Lithuania.
Trakya University Journal of Scientific Research B 2(2): 79-83


Juskaitis R. (2000)
Abundance dynamics of Common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius), Fat dormouse (Glis glis) and Yellow-necked mouse (Apodemus flavicollis) derived from nestbox occupation.
Folia Theriolica Estonica (5) 42-50


Juskaitis R. (2000)
Abundance dynamics of Common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius), Fat dormouse (Glis glis) and Yellow-necked mouse (Apodemus flavicollis) derived from nestbox occupation.
Folia Theriologica Estonica (5): 42-50


Juskaitis R. (1999)
Demographic structure of two Common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) populations in Lithuania.
Proc. Latvian Acad Sciences Section B 53(2) 107-111


Juskaitis R. (1999)
Life tables for the Common dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius in Lithuania
Acta Theriologica 44(4): 465-470


Juskaitis R. (1999)
Winter mortality of the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) in Lithuania.
Folia Zoologica 48(1): 11-16


Juskaitis R. (1999)
Mammals occupying nestboxes for birds in Lithuania
Acta Theriologica 9(3): 19-23


Juskaitis R (1997)
Ranging and movement of the Common dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius in Lithuania.
Acta Theriologica 42 (2): 113-122


Juskaitis R. (1997)
Use of nestboxes by the Common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius L.) in Lithuania.
Nat. Croat. 6 (2):177-188


Juskaitis R. (1997)
Breeding of the Common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) in Lithuania.
Nat. Croat. 6 (2):189-197


Juskaitis R. (1997)
Diversity of nest-box occupants in mixed forests in Lithuania
Ekologija 3: 24-27


Juskaitis R. (1995)
Relation between Common dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius) and other occupants of bird nest-boxes in Lithuania.
Folia Zoologica 44 (4):289-296


Juskaitis R. (1995)
The structure and dynamics of Common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) populations in Lithuania
Hystrix 6(1-2): 273-279


Juskaitis R. (1994)
Distribution, abundance and conservation status of dormice (Myoxidae) in Lithuania.
Hystrix 6(1-2):181-184


Juskaitis R. (1994)
White-tipped Muscardinus avellanarius L. in Lithuania.
Ekologija 2:60-63


Kato S.J. (2004)
Hertfordshire dormouse survey 2004
(unpublished report)


Langridge K. (2009)
The status of the Muscardinus avellanarius: small mammals with furry tails
(unpublished report Advanced Diploma in Environmental Conservation)


Marsh A.C.W. & Morris P.A. (2000)
The use of dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius nest boxes by two species ofApodemus in Britain.
Acta Theriol. 45: 443-453.


McFadyn C., Rumble D & Thomas J (2004)
Hampshire Dormouse Survey
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust


MacPherson D and Bright P (2003)
Locating sites for dormouse reintroductions
(unpublished English Nature report)


McIvor C (2007)
Predicting occurrence of the Hazel Dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) using a habitat suitability index model, in Andrew’s Wood and Lady’s Wood (Devon).
(unpublished MSc dissertation Bournemouth Universty)


Mitchell Jones A and White I (2009)
Using reintroductions to reclaim the lost range of the dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius, in England.
Folia Zoologica 58(3):341-348


Morris P. (2003)
The dormouse in Britain:an introduction to the historical background
Proceedings of the Mammals Trust UK and Wildlife Trusts Dormouse Day


Morris, P.A. (2003)
A review of research on British dormice (Gliridae) and the effect of increasing public and scientific awareness of these animals
Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae (Suppl. 1) 125-130


Morris, P.A. (2003)
An introduction to the fifth international conference on dormice (Mammalia: Gliridae)
Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae (Suppl. 1) 7-10


Morris P. and Whitbread S. (1986)
A method for trapping the dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius).
Journal of Zoology 210: 642-644


Morris, P.A., Bright, P.W. and Woods, D. (1990)
Use of nestboxes by the dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius.
Biological Conservation 51: 1-13


Mortelliti A., Amori G., Capizzi D., Cervone C., Fagiani S., Pollini B. and Boitani L. (2010)
Independent effects of habitat loss, habitat fragmentation and structural connectivity on the distribution of two arboreal rodents
Journal of Applied Ecology


Naim D (2010)
Conservation genetics of the common dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius in the UK
PhD submission University of Liverpool


Naim D., Kemp S., Telfer S. & Watts P. (2009)
Isolation and characerisation of 10 microsatellite loci in the common dormouseMuscardinus avellanarius
Molecular Ecological Conservation


Neale CJ (2008)
Spatial orientation and foraging behaviour of wild caught and captive bred dormice during reintroductions
BSc dissertation Royal Holloway, University of London


O’Brien H (2001)
A study of Muscardinus avellanarius in Owston Wood and Laude Big Wood Leicsetershire
BSc dissertation Nottingham Trent University


Overton Biodiversity Society (2011)
Overton Dormouse Survey – final report


Oxford G. (2008)
The original dormouse reintroduction – Tenth anniversary
Imprint (The Yorkshire Mammal Group Newsletter) 35


Oxford G. (2007)
The original dormouse reintroduction – update for 2007
Imprint (The Yorkshire Mammal Group Newsletter) 34


Oxford G. (2007)
The Hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius)re-introduction to North Yorkshire.
Naturalist 132


Oxford G. (2006)
The original dormouse re-introduction – update for 2005 and 2006
Imprint (The Yorkshire Mammal Group Newsletter) 33


Oxford G. (2004)
The original dormouse re-introduction – update for 2004
Imprint (The Yorkshire Mammal Group Newsletter) 31


Oxford G. (2003)
Yorkshire dormouse update 2003
Imprint (The Yorkshire Mammal Group Newsletter) 30


Oxford G. (2002)
Under the greenwood tree – annual update on Yorkshire’s reintroduced dormouse population
Imprint (The Yorkshire Mammal Group Newsletter) 29


Oxford G. (2000)
The woodlanders – an update on Yorkshire’s dormice
Imprint (The Yorkshire Mammal Group Newsletter) 27


Oxford G. (1999)
Dormice in Yorkshire – the return of the native
Imprint (The Yorkshire Mammal Group Newsletter) 26


Panchetti F. Amori G. Carpaneto GM. and Sorace A. (2004)
Activity patterns of the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) in different Mediterranean ecosystems
Journal of Zoology 262: 289-294


Panchetti F. Sorace A, Amori G, and Carpaneto GM. (2007)
Nest site preference of common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) in two different habitat tpes of Central Italy
Italian Journal of Zoology 74 4: 363-369


Peniche G (2009)
Disease risk management of the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) reintroduction programme
Report of the species recovery programme, Zoological Society of London


Peniche G and Sainsbury T (2011)
Sampling for detection of Rodentolepis sp. in the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) free living wild population
Report for 2011 CDCBG


Prosser S (2009)
Microhabitat requirement of the Hazel dormouse in deciduous woodland.
(unpublished MSc dissertation Bristol University)


Richards CGJ, White AC, Hurrell E and Price FEF (1984)
The food of the Common dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius, in South Devon
Mammal Review 14 1: 19-28


Robinson M, Chapman J & McDonald P (2004)
Altering the diet of captive bred dormice increases hibernation
Research report for Paignton zoo


Rope G.T (1885)
On the range of the dormouse in England and Wales
The Zoologist 9 102:201-213


Sainsbury, A.W., Bright, P.W, Morris and Harris, E.A (1996)
Ocular disease associated with Rhabditis orbitalis nematodes in a common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius).
The Veterinary Record 139: 192-193


Sainsbury W. Flach E. Sayers Cunningham and Macgregor (2003)
Health surveillance of common dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius) in a reintroduction programme
Proceedings of the Mammals Trust UK and Wildlife Trusts Dormouse Day


Sanderson F.(2004)
The population ecology and monitoring of the dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius
PhD Submission. University of London


Sara M. Milazzo A. Falletta W. and Bellia E.(2005)
Exploitation competition between hole-nesters (Muscardinus avellanarius, Mammalia and Parus caeruleus, Aves) in Mediterranean woodlands.
Journal of Zoology, (Vol. 265) (No. 4) 347-357


Sara M. and Sara G.(2007)
Trophic habits of Muscardinus avellanarius (Mammalia Gliridae) as revealed by multiple stable isotope analysis.
Ethology Ecology and Evolution 19: 215-223


Scaravelli D. (1995)
Predation on dormice in Italy
Hystrix 6 (1): 245-255


Smith S. (2004)
Habitat factors influencing occupancy of nestboxes by common dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius) at Slapton Ley National Nature Reserve, Devongn and use
BSc dissertation for Ecology ands Environmental Management


Stride I. (2009)
Dormouse bridge design and use
Unpublished iInternship project at Wildwood


Taber S D (2008)
Using GIS to map optimal habitat for the hazel dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius across South Oxfordshire
Unpublished MSc thesis in Wildlife Management and Conservation for University of Reading


Thorne A K and Thorne R G (2010)
Dormouse survey Edge wood Shropshire
Unpublished report for the Smallwoods Association


Trout R, Brooks S, Rudlin P and Neil J (2012) The effects of restoring a conifer plantation on an ancient woodland site (PAWS) in the UK on the habitat and local population of the hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius)
European Journal of Wildlife Research 58, 4: 635 – 643


Vaughan J. (2009)
Using the principles of optimal foraging theory to detect the hazel dormouseMuscardinus avellanarius: a case for the refinement of nut search techniques
MSc dissertation University of Birmingham


Verbeylen G. (2012)
Monitoring and a population study of the common dormouse (Muscardinusavellanarius) in Flanders (Belgium)
Peckiana 8: 95 – 102


Ward S (2000)
Observation on dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius hibernation nests
Essex Naturalist (London) 17


Weston G (2013)
Using long term monitoring records in combination with independently collected habitat data to examine dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) nestbox selection
Student dissertation for University of Bristol


White I (2012)
The National Dormouse Monitoring Programme in Britain
Peckiana 8: 103-107


White I and Court I (2012)
The hazel dormouse release project at Freeholders Wood in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
The Naturalist 137


White I (2011) Are dormice out of the woods?
In Practice June 2011


Williams R, Goodenough A, Hart A and Stafford R (2013)
Using long-term volunteer records to examine dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) nestbox selection
PLOS ONE 8,8


Wolton R (2009)
Hazel dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius (L.) nest site selection in hedgerows
Mammalia 73


Woods D.E (1997)
Nestboxes, captive breeding and re-introduction of the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) in England.
Nat. Croat. 6 (2):199-204


Zancanaro C, Malatesta M, Vogel P, Osculait F and Fakan S (1993)
Ultrastructural and morphometrical analysse of the brown adipocyte in a hibernating dormouse
Biol Cell 79: 55-61


Zaytseva H. (2006)
Nest material of the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius L.) used in nestboxes Podilla (West Ukraine)
Polish Journal of Ecology 54(3) 397 – 401

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