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deer mice

Peromyscus maniculatus Public health The murine vector for Hantavirus. See Hantavirus.
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Effects of forest edge on populations of white-footed mice Peromyscus leucopus.
austerus (locality 8), Peromyscus maniculatus artemisiae (locality 9), P.
However, female Peromyscus have been known to be equally, if not more, territorial than males (Metzger 1971; Korytko & Vessey 1991).
voles in Alaska and Siberia and from Peromyscus spp.
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.
Multiple Peromyscus species have been reported to possess arenavirus antibodies (Milazzo et al.
Meanwhile, the qualitative data variables comprised of the Nurs group, particularly 1 = Mus reared, 2 = Peromyscus reared and 3 = Rattus reared with a sample size (N) 36 observations.
Contributions of parental care to the growth and development of the young in Peromyscus californicus.
Population characteristics of Peromyscus gossypinus and Sigmodon hispidus in tropical hammocks of south Florida.
After initial processing, carcasses of Peromyscus and Microtus were disinfected in 95% ethanol for at least 48 hours prior to preparation as a standard museum voucher and deposited into the Truman State Natural History Collection.
Myotis septentrionalis (a bat), Peromyscus maniculatus or Peromyscus leucopus (mice), and Clethrionomys gapperi, Microtus pennsylvanicus, and Synaptomys cf.