2001) observed no captures of Microtus
agrestis in elevated traps, while three other rodent species exploited the upper vegetation stratum extensively, and two additional rodent species exploited that stratum to a lesser degree.
pinetorum, one Sigmodon hispidus, four Reithrodontomys humulis, three Ochrotomys nuttalli, and four Peromyscus sp.
In order to address this question we compared population performance of Microtus
pennsylvanicus and local habitat features across study sites that have been recovering from surface mining for approximately 30, 25, and 15 years, respectively.
However, after sample collection, it was determined that the serological methods employed did not allow for analysis of Microtus
pennsylvanicus ROM 26374, 43696 incomplete right M2; 26395 complete right M3; 26394 complete left m1; 26396 incomplete left m1.
6-Methoxybenzoxazolinone: a plant derivatative that stimulates reproduction in Microtus
Population size and productivity of the White Stork Ciconia ciconia in relation to Common Vole Microtus
In northeastern Kansas (Rainey and Robinson, 1954) and Missouri (Korschgen and Stuart, 1972), cotton rats accounted for the greatest biomass but were second in abundance of total prey to Microtus
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.
A well-known system comprising conspicuous predators and their more elusive prey is that of many species of raptors and small mammals (notably voles of the genera Microtus
Harper SJ, Bollinger EK, and Barrett GW: Effects of habitat patch shape on meadow vole, Microtus
pennsylvanicus, population dynamics.
These include pseudoscorpions, which often occupy the nests of small mammals, especially of the order Rodentia, including various rats and mice in North and Central America (Rattus norvegicus, Microtus
Isolated, rootless teeth of arvicoline rodents were identified as Microtus
(SEKI-20177, 20190), but not to species.
Myotis septentrionalis (a bat), Peromyscus maniculatus or Peromyscus leucopus (mice), and Clethrionomys gapperi, Microtus
pennsylvanicus, and Synaptomys cf.
SCENT MARKING AND MATE CHOICE IN THE PRAIRIE VOLE MICROTUS