American flying squirrels

American flying squirrels

Order : Rodentia
Suborder : Sciurognathi
Family : Sciuridae
Subfamily : Pteromyinae
Genus : Glaucomys

 

Facts about the genus Glaucomys, the American flying squirrels

Scientific name: The genus name Glaucomys is derived from the Greek words glaukos (gray) and mys (mouse).

Main Entry: glaucomys glaucomys is one of more than 1,000,000 entries available at Merriam-WebsterUnabridged. (Full text)

Glaucomys: is Greek for "Grey Mouse" Sabrinus: is Latin for "River Nymph" Volans: is Latin for "Flying"

The name Glaucomys is derived from Greek, with glaukos meaning silver or gray and mys meaning mouse.

The generic name, Glaucomys, is from the Greek glaukos (silver, gray) and mys (mouse). (Full text)

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The fur of the North American Flying Squirrels is exceedingly soft and delicate. (Full text)

Description: Southern Flying Squirrels or American Flying Squirrels are just 7-8 inches long (with 4" of that being the tail), and they weigh just 3 ounces when fully grown. (Full text)

North American Flying Squirrels are tiny, weighing only 3 ounces and measuring 10 inches in length. (Full text)

North American flying squirrels are tiny, weighing only 3 ounces and measuring about 10 inches in length. (Full text)

Flying Squirrel by Theo Coyne •American flying squirrels are 8 to 12 inches long.

American flying squirrels are especially fond of both the deer truffles and the true truffles. (Full text)

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