eastern woodrat (Neotoma floridana)
Title: The class Mammalia
Year: 1827 (1820s)
Authors: Cuvier, Georges, baron, 1769-1832; Griffith, Edward, 1790-1858; Pidgeon, Edward; Smith, Charles Hamilton; Landseer, Thomas, 1795-1880, ill; Basire, James, 1769-1835, engraver; Bradley, T. , engraver; Clowes, William, 1779-1847, printer
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Author Georges Cuvier, baron, 1769-1832; Edward Griffith, 1790-1858; Edward Pidgeon; Charles Hamilton Smith; Thomas Landseer, 1795-1880, ill; James Basire, 1769-1835, engraver; T. Bradley, engraver; William Clowes, 1779-1847, printer
The eastern woodrat (Neotoma floridana), also known as the Florida woodrat or bush rat is a pack rat native to the central and Eastern United States. It constructs large dens that may serve as nests for many generations and stores food in outlying caches for the winter.