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deer mice

Peromyscus maniculatus Public health The murine vector for Hantavirus. See Hantavirus.
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White-footed mice, slightly larger, closely resemble deer mice.
All of the remaining Pvalues, however, indicate that deer mice from Southern California (Table 2 localities 1-3, representing P.
Because the ratio of deer mice to voles shifted from 3.
The two most common species were pinyon mice (193 individuals) and deer mice (161 individuals).
However, SNV serum antibodies had been noted in [approximately equal to] 22% of deer mice in Tuolumne Meadows in 2007-2008 (CDPH, unpub.
8 kilograms), the island fox feeds primarily on native deer mice, beetles, crickets, and plant fruits.
The study assessed whether dietary exposure to BPA in pregnant and nursing deer mice affected spatial navigational abilities in offspring that were exposed to the chemical only through their mother.
One of the downsides to a poor acorn crop is that most wildlife are in poorer physical and reproductive condition at the end of the winter, including deer, turkey, quail, squirrels, and deer mice.
Other potential carriers include chipmunks, deer mice, coyotes and, rarely, black bears, said Dr.
Both hilarious and instructive is "Rodents of Mass Destruction," an essay encouraging deer mice to move out when the Kanzes moved into their home, previously unoccupied by humans for some years.
The performance of the new biosensor device was evaluated by testing blind blood samples from 80 deer mice.