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Synonyms for Clethrionomys

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Relationships of the redback vole Clethrionomys rutilus (Pallas) in North America: Karyotypes of the subspecies dawsoni and albiventer.
Factors influencing the local distribution of the redback vole, Clethrionomys gapperi in New England.
Clethrionomys gapperi (Vigors, 1830) (Southern Red-backed Vole)
Southern red-backed vole, Clethrionomys gapperi, populations in relation to stand succession and old-growth character in the central Rocky Mountains.
Transmission of Borrelia afzelii from Apodemus mice and Clethrionomys voles to Ixodes ricinus ticks: differential transmission pattern and overwintering maintenance.
Benton and Altmann, 1964; Jackson and DeFoliart, 1976) and has been collected from a large number of hosts, many of which are undoubtedly accidental: Didelphis, Sorex, Blarina, Glaucomys, Spermophilus, Tamias, Tamiasciurus, Sciurus, Sigmodon, Ondatra, Dipodomys, Perognathus, Neotoma, Onychomys, Reithrodontomys, Microtus, Clethrionomys, Synaptomys, Napaeozapus, Mus, Erethizon, and various carnivores (Morlan, 1955; Benton, 1980; Haddow et al.
Choice of age classes of bank voles Clethrionomys glareolus by pine marten Martes martes and tawny owl Strix aluco in Bialowieza National Park.
A Clethrionomys rufocanus rodent from Heilongjiang Province was positive for A.
The primary rodent reservoir for PUUV is the bank vole (Myodes glareolus, formerly Clethrionomys glareolus), which in Europe extends south from Scandinavia to Italy and Spain (9).
Cell culture adaptation of Puumala hantavirus changes the infectivity for its natural reservoir, Clethrionomys glareolus, and leads to accumulation of mutants with altered genomic RNA S segment.
phagocytophilum IFA Mammal species Seropositive Seroprevalence Clethrionomys californicus 1 12.
Most human hantavirus infections in Europe are assigned to PUUV transmitted by bank voles (Myodes glareolus, formerly Clethrionomys glareolus).