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27%) Apodemus flavicollis mice of 11 small rodents (mice and voles).
glareolus and Apodemus flavicollis were categorised as 'forest specialists' (depend on forests, forest edges and forest patches), Apodemus agrarius (striped field mouse), A.
2006) showed that the bank vole Myodes glareolus and the yellow-necked mouse Apodemus flavicollis are infested by high numbers of immature stages of ticks.
Mammals Rodents striped field mouse Apodemus agrarius yellow-necked mouse Apodemus flavicollis water vole Arvicola amphibious harvest mouse Micromys minutus field vole Microtus agrestis house mouse Mus musculus bank vole Myodes glareolus Siberian flying squirrel Pteromys volans brown rat Rattus norvegicus red squirrel Sciurus vulgaris Insectivores common shrew Sorex araneus Eurasian least shrew Sorex minutissimus Eurasian pygmy shrew Sorex minutus mole Talpa europaea Other mammals European hare Lepus europaeus rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus bat Chiroptera sp.
Vole 2 E Crocidura leucodon Bicolored white-toothed shrew 19 Crocidura russula Greater white-toothed shrew 1 Sorex araneus Common shrew 3 Micromys minutus Harvest mouse 1 Mus musculus House mouse 6 Apodemus sylvaticus Wood mouse 5 Apodemus flavicollis Yellow-necked mouse 1 Arvicola terrestris European water vole 1 Microtus sp.
Apodemus flavicollis was the most widespread species, found in 89% of the samples and all habitats, with greatest relative abundance in deciduous woodland and hedgerows.
Bulgarian sequences cluster with respective sequences retrieved from Apodemus flavicollis mouse tissues or from HFRS cases from central and southeastern Europe.
Several lineages of Dobrava virus circulate in Europe and Russia (3-6), and are named according to their rodent reservoirs: Apodemus flavicollis (Dobrava-Af), A.
Telemetrische untersuchung zur raumnutzung und activitatsrhythmik freilebender gelbhalsmause Apodemus flavicollis Melchior, 1834.
Apodemus flavicollis was the most commonly captured species (87%).