Blarina brevicauda


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Related to Blarina brevicauda: Sorex cinereus, American short-tailed shrew
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Synonyms for Blarina brevicauda

North American shrew with tail less than half its body length

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Blarina brevicauda (Say, 1823) (Northern Short-tailed Shrew)
Number of individual small mammals of a given species captured in each habitat along 1-70 in Indiana-Illinois, 2007 Species Median Roadsides Blarina brevicauda 0 4 Cryptotis parva 1 2 Microtus ochrogaster 18 8 Microtus pennsylvanicus 1 0 Mils musculus 1 8 Peromyscus leucopus 9 11 Peromyscus maniculatus 12 9 Total small mammals 42 42 Individuals caught per 100 trap nig 4.
Year 2008 2009 2010 Total Talpidae Scalopus aguaticus 1 1 1 3 Soricidae Blarina brevicauda 14 5 0 19 Sorex cinereus 8 2 0 10 Cricetidae: Arvicolinae Microtus ochrogaster 0 48 14 62 Microtus pennsylvanicus 0 32 27 59 Cricetidae: Neotominae Peromyscus leucopus 7 54 4 65 Peromyscus maniculatus 0 5 26 31 Reithrodontomys 0 10 3 13 megalotis Muridae Mus musculus 0 2 2 4 Dipodidae Zapus hudsonius 1 1 21 23 Sciuridae Tamias striatus 1 0 0 1 Total 32 160 98 290 Trap-nights 1211 2924 2985 7120 Captures/trap-night 0.
Results indicate Blarina brevicauda is found in areas north and west of the Tennessee River and Blarina carolinensis is found in areas south and east of the Tennessee River.
griseus, Marmota monax PRNA037 Blarina Blarina brevicauda, Sorex vagrans PRNA030 Erinaceus No hybridization with any vertebrate DNA tested PRNA017 Myodes 1 Myodes gapperi PRNA050 Myodes 2 M.
Two species of shrews were caught, the short-tailed shrew, Blarina brevicauda, and the least shrew, Cryptotis parva.
Reverse transcription-PCR detection of hantavirus sequences in tissues of Blarina brevicauda, United States Trapping No.
For example, the southeastern short-tailed shrew, Blarina brevicauda, occurs in habitats that seemingly are represented in these parks.
4 Restored Total Species A B C restored Blarina brevicauda 3 5 0 8 Didelphis virginiana 3 1 0 4 Marmota monax 0 0 0 0 Mephitis mephitis 1 0 4 5 Microtus pennsylvanicus 81 41 49 171 Mustela frenata 0 1 0 1 Neovison vison 0 2 0 2 Peromyscus leucopus 3 0 0 3 Procyon lotor 0 0 0 0 Total Captures 91 50 53 194 Reference Total Species A B C reference Blarina brevicauda 10 0 2 12 Didelphis virginiana 0 0 1 1 Marmota monax 1 0 0 1 Mephitis mephitis 0 0 0 0 Microtus pennsylvanicus 29 37 15 81 Mustela frenata 1 0 0 1 Neovison vison 0 0 0 0 Peromyscus leucopus 4 0 2 6 Procyon lotor 0 1 1 2 Total Captures 45 38 21 104 TABLE 3.
Boonstra and Bowman (2003) reported that male Blarina brevicauda (northern short-tailed shrew) inhabiting a grid contaminated with high levels of PCBs had significantly greater average body mass compared to individuals from grids with lower levels of contamination.
The short-tailed shrew, Blarina brevicauda, ranges through most of the eastern and central United States (Hamilton and Whitaker, 1979:50).
Population responses of Peromyscus leucopus and Blarina brevicauda to emergence of periodical cicada.
By order of decreasing abundance, they were Blarina brevicauda (23 individuals), Cryptotis parva (21), Microtus ochrogaster (11), Sorex longirostris (7), Sorex fumeus (5), Zapus hudsonius (4), Peromyscus leucopus (3), M.
maniculatus (deer mouse), one Clethrionomys gapperi (red-backed vole), and one Blarina brevicauda (short-tailed shrew).