Pattern of nest occupancy of the prairie vole Microtus ochrogaster
in different habitats.
The effects of chronic tannic acid intake on prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster
Male dominance, female choice and male copulatory behavior in two species of voles (Microtus ochrogaster
and Microtus montanus).
Field-determined growth rates of prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster
): observed patterns and environmental influences.
animals Species (common name) May-Jun Aug-Sep Chaetodipus hispidus (hispid 23 58 pocket mouse) Cynomys ludovicianus 171 33 (black-tailed prairie dog) Microtus ochrogaster
26 11 (prairie vole) Microtus pennsylvanicus 10 1 (meadow vole) Mus musculus (house mouse) 1 2 Neotoma mexicana (Mexican 30 woodrat) Peromyscus maniculatus (deer 711 780 mouse) Reithrodontomys megalotis 8 21 (western harvest mouse) Spermophilus tridecemline 34 atus (thirteen-lined ground squirrel) Sylvilagus audubonii 11 (Audubon's cottontail) No.
The prairie vole, Microtus ochrogaster
, in Caddo County, Oklahoma.
maniculatus), 2 harvest mice (Reithrodontomys megalotis), and 10 voles (Microtus ochrogaster
Lin and Batzli (4) supported this view by concluding that snakes have a lower impact on prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster
) populations than do large mammalian carnivores.
6-Methoxy-2-benzoxazolinone and photoperiod: prenatal and postnatal influences on reproductive development in prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster
We compared the density and spatial distribution of four small mammal species (Microtus ochrogaster
, Peromyscus maniculatus, Sigmodon hispidus, and P.
Female preferences for unmated versus mated males in two species of voles Microtus ochrogaster
and Microtus montanus.
At present there had many researches, such as short photoperiod had no effect on thermogenesis in Clethrionomys glareolus and Clethrionomys rutilu (Feist and Feist, 1986; Heldmaier et al., 1989), but affected the thermogenesis in Microtus ochrogaster
(Wunder, 1985), Dipodomys ordii (Gettinger and Ralph, 1985), Phodpus sungorus (Wiesinger et al., 1989), Acomys cahirinus (Haim and Zisapel, 1999), Meriones unguiculatus (Li and Wang, 2005), Microtus agrestis (Krol et al., 2005) and Apodemus mystacinus (Spiegel and Hsim, 2004).
ochrogaster (Wagner, 1842) was described as being dark in color with "grizzled" dorsal pelage and characteristic "buffy" ventral pelage (Bole and Moulthrop, 1942).
We chose prairie voles Microtus ochrogaster
and fulvous harvest mice Reithrodontomys fulvescens as indicator species of grasslands based on recent research (Leis et al., 2008).