A lazy dormouse

Young Mouse-tailed dormice in nest box (Photo: Nedko Nedyalkov)

Missing for almost 40 years the Mouse-tailed dormouse (Myomimus roachi Bate 1937) was rediscovered in 2017 when during a routine field survey a single specimen was caught. In the following…

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A new species for the Greek fauna

Myomimus roachi skull (Photo: Nikolaos Kiamos)

While analysing the content of owl pellets from the district of Evros (Greece) researchers stumbled upon a very rare species: Myomimus roachi or the Mouse-tailed dormouse. The first recording of…

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10th International dormice conference

Dryomys nitedula (Photo: Dennis Wansink)

The 10th International Dormice Conference or IDC is being organized every three years to gather scientists, conservationists, monitors and volunteers for four days with talks and one mid-conference field trip…

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