Microtus


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Yangtze vole, Microtus fortis calamorum, Postnatal growth, Density effect, Growth curve, Body measurement.
Therefore, although the Hyrcanian refugium harbours several small mammal endemics, most notably Microtus schelkovnikovi, Apodemus hyrcanicus, and Glis glis persicus (Naderi et al.
Microtus ochrogaster ochrogaster (Wagner, 1842) was described as being dark in color with "grizzled" dorsal pelage and characteristic "buffy" ventral pelage (Bole and Moulthrop, 1942).
En un estudio realizado para discernir el rol de las sobremarcas, Thomas y Wolff (2002) observaron que las marcas secundarias depositadas por machos de Microtus ochrogaster y M.
The fourth subspecies, Microtus californicus sanctidiegi, is known from the border region west of Tecate and along the coast south to Santo Tomas, and its distribution continues north to Santa Barbara County, California.
Home-range size as a predictor of mating systems in Microtus.
In contrast, the Northern Saw-whet Owl, presumably because of its smaller size (Marti, 1974), was shown to consume more of the smaller Peromyscus than Microtus (Errington, 1932; Graber, 1962).
Objectives: The general objective of the project is to improve the recently unfavourable conservation status of the Mehely s root vole, Microtus oeconomus mehelyi.
2), due to the abundant presence of species whose environmental requirements tie them to this type of habitat, as is the case with Apodemus sylvaticus, Microtus arvalis and Eliomys quercinus (Fig.
Eight genera (Blarina, Sorex, Sigmodon, Reithrodontomys, Peromyscus, Ochrotomys, Microtus, and Tamias) and eight different species were captured, with Blarina carolinensis (Soricidae) being the most abundant.
Microtus pennsylvanicus (Meadow vole) Found in the eastern pad of the state; habitat includes moist fields with thick vegetation mainly of grasses and sedges, species may be locally abundant.
In 2000, a new species of the genus, with different features when compared to other known species, was isolated from the rodent Microtus arvalis, and named of B.
A study on taxonomic status of Microtus subterraneus (de selys and Longchamps, 1836) and Microtus majori Thomas 1906 (Mammalia: Rodentia) in Turkey.