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Development in the research on the population ecology and behavioral ecology of Rhombomys opimus



Development in the research on the population ecology and behavioral ecology of Rhombomys opimus



Ganhanqu Yanjiu Arid Zone Research 21(4): 451-454



Rhombomys opimus is a species of the dominant rodents in the deserts and semi-deserts. It inhabits generally in the gently sloped sandlands where the desert plants, such as Haloxylon ammodendron, Nitraria sibirica and Kalidium foliatum, grow abundantly. Its foods are the nutritional parts of these plants, so the photosynthesis of the desert plants is damaged and the desert vegetation is degenerated in the regions where R. opimus inhabit densely.

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