Synonyms for pinetis or Related words with pinetis

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Examples of "pinetis"
The southeastern pocket gopher ("Geomys pinetis") is a species of pocket gopher that is native to the southeastern United States. It occurs in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida, where it is the only pocket gopher.
Goff's southeastern pocket gopher ("Geomys pinetis goffi") was a pocket gopher endemic to Brevard County, Florida, United States. The last sightings recorded were in 1955. They burrowed and lived mostly underground eating mainly underground vegetation. Their habitat was temperate desert and sandy coastline. Due to human population growth and development of its habitat, this gopher is now extinct.
"G. pinetis" is a solitary animal and creates shallow tunnels above which are a series of mounds of excavated material. The soil is pushed upwards by the front limbs and chest and creates a fan-shaped mound with the tunnel at one side. The burrow entrance is immediately blocked with soil. These shallow tunnels are connected to a deeper tunnel system by a spiral "staircase". Down below are the food chambers and a nest chamber which may contain dried vegetation and plant fibres.
Androlaelaps fahrenholzi is a species of mite in the genus "Androlaelaps" of the family Laelapidae. It occurs throughout the contiguous United States, where it has been recorded on the mammals "Arborimus albipes", "Arborimus longicaudus", "Bassariscus astutus", "Blarina brevicauda", "Blarina carolinensis", "Callospermophilus lateralis", "Chaetodipus hispidus", "Condylura cristata", "Corynorhinus townsendii", "Cryptotis parva", "Cynomys ludovicianus", "Didelphis virginiana", "Dipodomys elator", "Dipodomys elephantinus", "Dipodomys ordii", "Dipodomys venustus", "Geomys pinetis", "Glaucomys sabrinus", "Glaucomys volans", "Lemmiscus curtatus", "Marmota monax", "Mephitis mephitis", "Microtus chrotorrhinus", "Ictidomys tridecemlineatus", "Microtus longicaudus", "Microtus montanus", "Microtus ochrogaster", "Microtus oregoni", "Microtus pennsylvanicus", "Microtus pinetorum", "Microtus richardsoni", "Microtus townsendii", "Mus musculus", "Mustela erminea", "Mustela frenata", "Mustela nivalis", "Myodes californicus", "Myodes gapperi", "Napaeozapus insignis", "Neofiber alleni", "Neotamias amoenus", "Neotamias minimus", "Neotoma cinerea", "Neotoma floridana", "Neotoma fuscipes", "Neotoma lepida", "Neotoma magister", "Neotoma micropus", "Neovison vison", "Neurotrichus gibbsii", "Ochrotomys nuttalli", "Ondatra zibethicus", "Onychomys leucogaster", "Otospermophilus beecheyi", "Oryzomys palustris", "Parascalops breweri", "Perognathus fasciatus", "Perognathus parvus", "Peromyscus boylii", "Peromyscus crinitus", "Peromyscus gossypinus", "Peromyscus leucopus", "Peromyscus maniculatus", "Peromyscus truei", "Podomys floridanus", "Poliocitellus franklinii", "Procyon lotor", "Rattus norvegicus", "Reithrodontomys megalotis", "Scalopus aquaticus", "Scapanus latimanus", "Scapanus orarius", "Scapanus townsendii", "Sciurus carolinensis", "Sciurus niger", "Sigmodon hispidus", "Sorex bendirii", "Sorex cinereus", "Sorex fumeus", "Sorex longirostris", "Sorex pacificus", "Sorex palustris", "Sorex trowbridgii", "Sorex vagrans", "Spilogale putorius", "Sylvilagus floridanus", "Sylvilagus palustris", "Synaptomys borealis", "Synaptomys cooperi", "Tamias striatus", "Tamiasciurus hudsonicus", "Taxidea taxus", "Thomomys talpoides", "Urocitellus beldingi", "Urocitellus brunneus", "Urocitellus richardsonii", "Urocitellus townsendii", "Urocitellus washingtoni", "Urocyon cinereoargenteus", "Xerospermophilus tereticaudus", "Zapus hudsonius", "Zapus princeps", and "Zapus trinotatus".