Apodemus


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Apodemus

a genus of the subfamily Murinae of Old World mice and rats.

Apodemus flavicollis
the yellow-necked field mouse. See also field mouse.
Apodemus sylvaticus
the European long-tailed field mouse. See also field mouse.
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Application of radiotelemetry to the survey of acorn dispersal by Apodemus mice.
Reservoirs of each have primary reservoir hosts with the striped field mouse, Apodemus agrarius coreae, vectoring KHF; the common roof rat, Rattus rattus Linnaeus, and the Norway rat, Rattus norvegicus Berkenhout, vectoring Seoul virus; the Korean field mouse, Apodemus peninsulae Thomas, vectoring Soochong virus; and the royal vole, Myodes regulus Thomas, vectoring Muju virus.
The Apodemus mice and Microtus voles are known to be more abundantly parasitized with ticks than the Myodes voles (Humair et al.
Therefore, future studies on sympatrically occurring Apodemus species at multiple sites in Turkey along the distribution range of A.
Stable, species Common name tested A Sorex araneus Common shrew 2 Mus musculus House mouse 17 Apodemus sylvaticus Wood mouse 1 Microtus sp.
Transmission of Rickettsia tsutsugamushi from Apodemus speciosus, a wild rodent, to larval trombiculid mites during the feeding process.
Apodemus flavicollis was the most widespread species, found in 89% of the samples and all habitats, with greatest relative abundance in deciduous woodland and hedgerows.
Venus blood samples were collected from 353 nonprimates comprising 99 dogs, 158 horses and donkeys (142 Equus ferus caballus, 16 Equus africanus asinus), 56 cats (Felis catus), 63 rodents (47 Apodemus sylvaticus, 8 Mus muscullus, 5 Myodes glareolus, 3 Microtus agrestis), and 40 pigs (Sus scrofa).
7) Apodemus peninsulae 0/30 (0) Apodemus agrarius 0/25 (0) Mus musculus 0/9 (0) Tamias sibiricus 1/3 (33.
Prevalence studies of rodents collected in Turkey revealed 6% seropositivity to Puumala virus in Microtus voles and no appearance of hantavirus antibodies in the Apodemus species of rodents (9).
Using mitochondrial DNA analysis, we also found clusters of seropositive Himalayan field mice, Apodemus pallipes.
Bulgarian sequences cluster with respective sequences retrieved from Apodemus flavicollis mouse tissues or from HFRS cases from central and southeastern Europe.