A review of reproduction and sexual maturation in the microtine
rodents are a large subfamily of the Cricetidae family, distributed across the whole Holarctic region (e.g.
Diet, body condition, and reproduction of Eurasian pine martens (Martes martes) during cycles in microtine
density.--Ecography 22: 324-336.
23.9 50.2 15.8 Undetermined vole (microtine
) 4.5 12.4 14.7 Sagebrush Vole Lemmiscus curtatus - - 1.1 Common Muskrat Ondatra zibethicus 1.1 - - W.
A survey of the microtine
and zapodid rodents of west Tennessee.
The significance of the plant mortality caused by burrowing microtines
for the long-term success of tundra sodding is unknown, but will probably vary between years as microtine
The red fox, Vulpes vulpes, generally feeds on microtine
rodents, especially Microtus voles; however, this species consumes more Eurasian water voles in the winter than in the summer (Dell'arte et al., 2007).
Effect of cold temperatures on the morphology of gastrointestinal tracts of two microtine
multilocularis involves transmission between foxes (host to adult worm) and microtine
rodents as intermediate hosts (larval worm).
Specialist predators, generalist predators, and the microtine
In this context, Leopold observes of the mouse that "the thawing sun has mocked the basic premises of the microtine
economic system." And then, finally, the skunk, whose wandering tracks reveal to his tracker's eyes no particular purpose.
Ostfeld RS (1985) Limiting resources and territoriality in microtine