Edible Dormouse; Nr Berkhamsted, Herts; 1/NZ/1253

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Name/Title

Edible Dormouse

About this object

The edible dormouse got its name because Romans enjoyed eating them. They were originally introduced from Europe to Tring in 1902 and have spread across six counties, including Hertfordshire.

Field Collector

Environmental Health Dep., Dacorum DC

Field Collection Date

1982-01

Field Collection Place Description

Nr Berkhamsted, Herts

Collection

Letchworth Museum

Credit Line

S Carr, Environmental Health Department, North Hertfordshire District Council

Object Type

Mammals

Object number

1/NZ/1253

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