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Synonyms for vesper mouse

American woodland mouse with white feet and underparts

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and Mus musculus prevail at the urbanized extreme, while mice of the genus Calomys spp.
Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome in northwestern Argentina: circulation of Laguna Negra virus associated with Calomys callosus.
Characteristics of human patients and Calomys callidus rodents with positive serologic results for hantavirus and partial nucleotide sequence of gene N, Mato Grosso, Brazil * Date of sample ID no.
When the abundance of small mammals was higher (dry season), the hawks selected the more abundant prey, Calomys tener (Table 2).
24 -- -- 1 Calomys tener (a) 12 22 6 3 Gracilinanus agilis (a) 20
1 Calomys callosus 1 Caaguazu, Paraguay Summer 2001 Holochilus 4 brasiliensis C.
Calomys and Akodon were the most frequently trapped genera (38% and 40.
The genera of hantavirus antibody-positive rodents corresponded to those with higher relative abundance, Akodon and Calomys.
delticola; St, Scapteromys tumidus; Aa, Akodon azarae; No, Necromys obscurus; Hb, Holochilus brasiliensis; Cl, Calomys laucha; Mm, Mus musculus; Rr, Rattus rattus: Ca, Cavia Table 2.
A different genus, Calomys laucha, was responsible for most cases in Paraguay associated with Laguna Negra virus (LNV) (6).
Persistent infection after intranasal infection with Junin virus can increase deaths, reduce growth, and markedly reduce reproductive efficiency in its reservoir host, Calomys musculinus (16).
Effect of persistent infection with Junin virus on growth ANd reproduction of its natural reservoir, Calomys musculinus.
We also found sigmodontine rodents inside rural homes: one Calomys laucha and one O.
chacoensis Hu39694 HPS Unknown Pergamino Akadon azarae Maciel Bolomys obscurus Laguna Negra HPS Calomys laucha Juquitiba HPS Unknown Rio Mamore O.
This virus, associated with a large HPS outbreak in the Chaco region of Paraguay, is found in Calomys laucha rodents (10,30).