Posted in the Zoology Forum
#1 Apr 30, 2011
Greetings, I'm a cartoonist with a web comic about urban wildlife (specifically North American so far) and I'm having trouble finding a decent set of info on synanthropic species, both how a species becomes classified as a synanthope and what the unifying characteristics among synanthropes are. I know proximity to humans and dependence on settlements is part of it, but why would lice, pigeons and roaches be synathropic, but raccoons, cats and dogs not be?
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