Of or pertaining to a tree, or to trees; of nature of trees.
Attached to, found in or upon, or frequenting, woods or trees; as, arboreal animals.
Pertaining to animals that live primarily in trees (Morris 1992)
Inhabiting or frequenting trees — contrasted with fossorial, aquatic, or cursorial.
Living in trees and shrubs
of, or relating to trees, inhabiting or frequenting trees
"Tree dwelling". Species that reside in trees, or other high places, are arboreal. Some examples are tree frogs, and arboreal salamanders.
Lives in off the ground, like in trees
Of, relating to or resembling a tree.
Animals that spend most of their time in trees.
of or relating to or formed by trees; "an arborous roof"
inhabiting or frequenting trees; "arboreal apes"
resembling a tree in form and branching structure; "arborescent coral found off the coast of Bermuda"; "dendriform sponges"
A creature which spends most of its time in trees or bushes.
An insect that generally lives in the top part of the foodplant.
Lives predominantly in trees, as in primates, squirrels and sloths.
pertaining to or living in trees
living in or mainly in trees
Arboreal means living in trees. Many animals are arboreal, including the sugar glider.
adapted to life in the trees
An arboreal species is one which spends the majority of its life living in trees. Green iguanas are arboreal, only coming to the ground on rare occasions, and usually to drop into the water and escape from predators.
Living in trees. Gibbons are highly arboreal.
Tree-like or pertaining to trees.
adj. Of or pertaining to a tree or trees. arborescent adj. Having the nature of a tree.
(Ar- bor-ee-ul): nesting above ground in trees or shrubs.
adapted for living in trees
living predominantly or entirely in trees
Lives in trees or bushes.
Living in trees. Wild iguanas are arboreal, and spend most of their time in the trees, feeding on leaves.
Relating to the cultivation of trees. Arboricole
tree-dwelling. None of the species of wildcat are exclusively arboreal, however the Margay is extremely adept in its climbing abilities and is the closest to this - another excellent climber, the Clouded Leopard, has been reported to hang from overhanging branches by its rear legs. Many cats use the lower branches of tree to rest, whilst others may use overhanging branches from which to jump on passing prey - the Leopard will drag fully grown antelope high up into trees before it eats.
The first part of the word, arbor, indicates that these animals utilize trees as habitat. These individuals may simply be avid climbers of trees or they may spend a great deal of time there.
living in trees, mainly.
1) Referring to an animal that lives in trees; 2) tree-climbing.
Primarily tree dwelling.
pertaining to trees: hence an arboreal species is a tree-dwelling species
living in or among trees.
A tree-dwelling bird.
Living in or climbing trees
Arboreal is a word meaning "related to or resembling trees". Its meaning comes from the Latin arbor, meaning tree.