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Synonyms for vesper mouse

American woodland mouse with white feet and underparts

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Phylogenetic relationships of Calomys sorellus complex (Rodentia: Cricetidae), with the description of two new species.
Calomys laucha was only captured in trap-lines within the high land-use intensity landscape.
The submucosal neurons described in this study have presented varied sizes and distinct shapes like triangular, oval, polygonal and elongated, similar to the ones found in rodents like guinea pigs (Zanesco & Souza) and Calomys callosus (Sousa).
However, the putative North American clade including Jacobsomys, Calomys, Bensonomys, and the Prosigmodon group, sometimes considered as members of the Sigmodontini or Sigmodontinae rather than Peromyscini-Neotomini (e.g., Baskin, 1978, 1986; Czaplewski, 1987; but see Pardinas etal., 2002 for an alternative interpretation), clusters basal to Postcopemys and Baiomys.
7 2,3 Chelemys macronyx 6 1,9 Phyllotis xanthopygus 8 19,5 24 25 80 26 Loxodontomys micropus 2 0,6 Graomys griseoflavus Calomys musculinus Eligmodontia sp.
Among Didelphidae were captured Didelphis aurita (13.8%), Gracilinanus microtarsus (9.2%) and Monodelphis kunsi (1.5%), and among Cricetidae were caught Akodon montensis (35.5%), Oligoryzomysfavescens (29.2%), Calomys cerqueirai (7.7%), Necromys lasiurus (1.5%), and Oxymycterus delator (1.5%).
However, PCR-based detection has recently implicated rodents of the genera Oryzomys, Calomys, Oligoryzomys and Akodon, andmarsupials of the genus Didelphis (R.
(2006) and the rodents according to Oliveira & Bonvicino (2006), except Cerradomys subflavus and Calomys cerqueirai, for which the classification proposed by Weksler et al.
Entre los micromamiferos, el complejo Calomys laucha-musculinus fue el mas abundante (54% en el periodo humedo y 47% en el periodo seco), seguido por C.
humana, Zaire signos moderados Coronaviridae SARS Sindrome respiratorio agudo China Mimiviridae Mimivirus Sindrome respiratorio agudo Francia Familia/Especie Factores de emergencia o descubrimiento Ano Arenaviridae Junin Cambios en patrones de produccion agricola 1958 que favorecieron la reproduccion del roedor portador (Calomys musculinus) Machupo Cambios en patrones de produccion agricola 1959 que favorecieron la reproduccion del roedor portador (Calomys callosus) Lassa Introduccion de comunidades humanas en 1969 zonas no exploradas que favorecen el contacto con roedores (Mastomys natalensis).
Central African (Nile grass rat) Republic Classic New World Arenaviruses Junin virus Calomys masculinus Argentina (corn mouse), Akodon azarae (grass field mouse), Bolomys obscurus (dark field mouse) Machupo virus Calomys callosus Bolivia (vesper mouse) Guanarito virus Sigmodon alstoni Venezuela (cane mouse) Sabia virus Unknown Brazil Selected Less Common New World Arenaviruses Tacaribe virus Artibeus spp.
O Andinomys edax F Auliscomys boliviensis O Auliscomys pictus F Auliscomys sublimis F Bolomys amoenus O Bolomys lactens O Calomys lepidus O Calomys sorellus O Chinchillula saharnae F Chroeomys jelskii O Eligmodontia typus O Phyllotis xanthopygus O Neotomys ebriosus F Octodontomys gliroides F Phyllotis magister F Phyllotis osilae F Punomys sp.