The forest dormouse (Dryomys nitedula) is a species of rodent in the family Gliridae found in eastern Europe, the Balkans and parts of western Central Asia. It is categorized as being of least concern in the IUCN List of Threatened Species due to its wide range and stable population trend. Forest dormice have a diploid count (2n) of 48 chromosomes. Even though this species lives in a variety of geographic locations, its greatest population density is in the forests of central Moldova, in Transcaucasia, in the mountains of Central Asia. In most other locations, population density of this species is rather low. Population density is dependent on many factors. But the main features that this species depends on for choosing a location are the presence of the appropriate food sources as well as

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  • Der Baumschläfer (Dryomys nitedula) ist ein Säugetier aus der Familie der Bilche. Das stark zergliederte Verbreitungsgebiet umfasst große Teile der südlichen Paläarktis und reicht vom südöstlichen Mitteleuropa nach Osten bis in den Westen der Mongolei und den Nordwesten der Volksrepublik China. Baumschläfer sind Allesfresser und leben vor allem in Laubwäldern, aber auch in Misch- und Nadelwäldern, in der Waldsteppe und in Bereichen mit ausgedehnter Strauchvegetation. Auf Grund des großen Verbreitungsgebietes und des offenbar weitgehend stabilen Bestandes stuft die IUCN den Baumschläfer als "ungefährdet" ("least concern") ein. (de)
  • زغبة الغابات (الاسم العلمي:Dryomys nitedula) (بالإنجليزية: Forest Dormouse) هي نوع من الحيوانات تتبع جنس الزغبة الحرجية من فصيلة الزغبات. (ar)
  • El lirón o muscardino balcánico (Dryomys nitedula) es una especie de roedor esciuromorfo de la familia Gliridae. Se encuentra en Europa oriental, Oriente Medio, y Asia Central hasta el noroeste de China y Mongolia. (es)
  • Dryomys nitedula Dryomys nitedulaFichier:Dryomys nitedula.jpg Lérotin commun Nom binominal Dryomys nitedula(Pallas, 1778) Statut de conservation UICN LC : Préoccupation mineure Le Lérotin commun (Dryomys nitedula) est un petit rongeur d'Eurasie. Il vit dans des forêts de plaine ou de montagne. ils se nourrit de fruits, de graines, d'insectes, d'œufs et d'oisillons. Contrairement aux loirs et aux lérots, il ne fait pas réserves. (fr)
  • Il Driomio (Dryomys nitedula Pallas, 1778) è un piccolo roditore appartenente alla famiglia dei Gliridi, diffuso in tutta la regione paleartica. (it)
  • De bosslaapmuis of boomslaper (Dryomys nitedula) is een knaagdier uit de familie der slaapmuizen (Gliridae). (nl)
  • Koszatka leśna, dawniej: koszatka (Dryomys nitedula) – gatunek niewielkiego, nadrzewnego gryzonia z rodziny popielicowatych. (pl)
  • O arganaz ou lirão balcânico (Dryomys nitedula) é una espécie de roedor da família Gliridae. Encontra-se na Europa oriental, no Oriente Médio, e na Ásia Central até o noroeste da China e da Mongólia. Apesar do nome, não deve ser confundido com outros roedores também chamados de arganaz. (pt)
  • Лесна́я со́ня (лат. Dryomys nitedula) — грызун семейства соневидных. (ru)
  • The forest dormouse (Dryomys nitedula) is a species of rodent in the family Gliridae found in eastern Europe, the Balkans and parts of western Central Asia. It is categorized as being of least concern in the IUCN List of Threatened Species due to its wide range and stable population trend. Forest dormice have a diploid count (2n) of 48 chromosomes. Even though this species lives in a variety of geographic locations, its greatest population density is in the forests of central Moldova, in Transcaucasia, in the mountains of Central Asia. In most other locations, population density of this species is rather low. Population density is dependent on many factors. But the main features that this species depends on for choosing a location are the presence of the appropriate food sources as well as good foliage that can be used for a habitat. The reason why the forests in central Moldova have the highest population density is they provide the largest diversity of food sources which are available throughout the year. This location also provides the best type of foliage for the forest dormice to build their nests as well as swing from branches. The combination of both of these aspects allows for this species to have its highest needs met. Therefore, during mating season they produce offspring who also stay in the same general area when they mature. It makes sense not to move from an area if it is providing for your most basic needs. The common name for Eliomys is the garden dormouse. Dryomys are often compared to Eliomys as they have many similarities. However, Dryomys is smaller in size. Two more differences between the two are the braincase for Dryomys is more rounded and the auditory bullae is smaller than that of Eliomys. In addition, their tails are slightly different. The Dryomys's tail is more uniform in color than that of Eliomys. The forest dormouse competes in artificial and natural nests with hazel dormice, fat dormice, and birds. Its biggest competitors are those species which eat similar types of food and who live in the same kind of habitat. (en)
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  • Der Baumschläfer (Dryomys nitedula) ist ein Säugetier aus der Familie der Bilche. Das stark zergliederte Verbreitungsgebiet umfasst große Teile der südlichen Paläarktis und reicht vom südöstlichen Mitteleuropa nach Osten bis in den Westen der Mongolei und den Nordwesten der Volksrepublik China. Baumschläfer sind Allesfresser und leben vor allem in Laubwäldern, aber auch in Misch- und Nadelwäldern, in der Waldsteppe und in Bereichen mit ausgedehnter Strauchvegetation. Auf Grund des großen Verbreitungsgebietes und des offenbar weitgehend stabilen Bestandes stuft die IUCN den Baumschläfer als "ungefährdet" ("least concern") ein. (de)
  • زغبة الغابات (الاسم العلمي:Dryomys nitedula) (بالإنجليزية: Forest Dormouse) هي نوع من الحيوانات تتبع جنس الزغبة الحرجية من فصيلة الزغبات. (ar)
  • El lirón o muscardino balcánico (Dryomys nitedula) es una especie de roedor esciuromorfo de la familia Gliridae. Se encuentra en Europa oriental, Oriente Medio, y Asia Central hasta el noroeste de China y Mongolia. (es)
  • Dryomys nitedula Dryomys nitedulaFichier:Dryomys nitedula.jpg Lérotin commun Nom binominal Dryomys nitedula(Pallas, 1778) Statut de conservation UICN LC : Préoccupation mineure Le Lérotin commun (Dryomys nitedula) est un petit rongeur d'Eurasie. Il vit dans des forêts de plaine ou de montagne. ils se nourrit de fruits, de graines, d'insectes, d'œufs et d'oisillons. Contrairement aux loirs et aux lérots, il ne fait pas réserves. (fr)
  • Il Driomio (Dryomys nitedula Pallas, 1778) è un piccolo roditore appartenente alla famiglia dei Gliridi, diffuso in tutta la regione paleartica. (it)
  • De bosslaapmuis of boomslaper (Dryomys nitedula) is een knaagdier uit de familie der slaapmuizen (Gliridae). (nl)
  • Koszatka leśna, dawniej: koszatka (Dryomys nitedula) – gatunek niewielkiego, nadrzewnego gryzonia z rodziny popielicowatych. (pl)
  • O arganaz ou lirão balcânico (Dryomys nitedula) é una espécie de roedor da família Gliridae. Encontra-se na Europa oriental, no Oriente Médio, e na Ásia Central até o noroeste da China e da Mongólia. Apesar do nome, não deve ser confundido com outros roedores também chamados de arganaz. (pt)
  • Лесна́я со́ня (лат. Dryomys nitedula) — грызун семейства соневидных. (ru)
  • The forest dormouse (Dryomys nitedula) is a species of rodent in the family Gliridae found in eastern Europe, the Balkans and parts of western Central Asia. It is categorized as being of least concern in the IUCN List of Threatened Species due to its wide range and stable population trend. Forest dormice have a diploid count (2n) of 48 chromosomes. Even though this species lives in a variety of geographic locations, its greatest population density is in the forests of central Moldova, in Transcaucasia, in the mountains of Central Asia. In most other locations, population density of this species is rather low. Population density is dependent on many factors. But the main features that this species depends on for choosing a location are the presence of the appropriate food sources as well as (en)
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  • زغبة الغابات (ar)
  • Baumschläfer (de)
  • Dryomys nitedula (es)
  • Lérotin commun (fr)
  • Dryomys nitedula (it)
  • Bosslaapmuis (nl)
  • Koszatka leśna (pl)
  • Dryomys nitedula (pt)
  • Лесная соня (ru)
  • Forest dormouse (en)
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