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Species Code: CLGA
This species found from sea level to timberline krummholz and the lower part of alpine, in coniferous and mixed forests. Cover provided by logs, shrubs, and other ground cover is important. Usually more abundant at higher elevations and in moist forests. Often present in talus and old burns. In eastern Washington, found in the moister stands of Ponderosa Pine (Physocarpus. Above timberline is occurs only in talus and wet meadows.
Core zones included all forested zones and Alpine/Parkland. All wooded riparian areas, non-forested, and forested habitats were good, except in the Ponderosa and Oak zones, in which non-forested habitats were excluded.
Translated from the Washington Gap Analysis Mammal Volume by Dave Lester
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