Definition of Sciurus carolinensis
1. Noun. Common medium-large squirrel of eastern North America; now introduced into England.
Generic synonyms: Tree Squirrel
Group relationships: Genus Sciurus, Sciurus
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Literary usage of Sciurus carolinensis
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1. List of North American Land Mammals in the United States National Museum, 1911 by Gerrit Smith Miller (1912)
"sciurus carolinensis fuliginosus BANGS, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., vol. 26, p. ... The bayou region of the coast of Louisiana. •'sciurus carolinensis ..."
2. The Mammals of Pennsylvania and New Jersey: A Biographic, Historic and by Samuel Nicholson Rhoads (1903)
"sciurus carolinensis var. leucotis Allen, Monograph N. American* Rodentia, p. 7o1. Type locality.—Region between York and Lake Simcoe, Ontario, ..."