water vole

(redirected from Arvicola terrestris)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Related to Arvicola terrestris: Sorex araneus, Microtus agrestis
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for water vole

common large Eurasian vole

References in periodicals archive ?
1978: Etude par capture et recapture d'une population de campagnols terrestres, Arvicola terrestris scherman Shaw (Mammalia, Rodentia).
2006: Cyclic changes in the population structure and reproductive pattern of the water vole, Arvicola terrestris Linnaeus, 1758.
2000: Landscape composition and vole outbreaks: evidence from an eight year study of Arvicola terrestris.
Variability of some criteria in Arvicola terrestris (Arvicolidae, Rodentia).
Contributions to the karyology and morphology of Arvicola terrestris (Lin.
The effect of winter food stores on body mass and winter survival of water voles, Arvicola terrestris, in Western Siberia: the implications for population dynamics.
Co-occurrence of metacestodes of Echinococcus multilocularis and Taenia taeniaeformis (Cestoda) in Arvicola terrestris (Rodentia) in France.
Density dependence in time series of the fossorial form of the water vole, Arvicola terrestris.
The purpose of this study was to ascertain whether Microtus richardsoni has a complex pattern on the anterior of m1 similar to that of Arvicola terrestris or whether the anterior of the tooth resembles that of other species of Microtus.
The cap of the anterior loop of the m1 of Arvicola terrestris [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED] is highly complex and similar to those of A.
Arvicola terrestris, Microtus arvalis) are present in Lithuania (5), but to date they have not been investigated systematically.
multilocularis prevalence in the intermediate host Arvicola terrestris also decreased significantly in baited areas.
multilocularis in rodents was 9% to 39% for Arvicola terrestris and 10% to 21% for Microtus arvalis.
Prevalence in the local Arvicola terrestris population fluctuated annually between 11% and 39%.