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2 edition of rock vole, Microtus chrotorrhinus (Miller) (Mammalia: Rodentia) in West Virginia found in the catalog.

rock vole, Microtus chrotorrhinus (Miller) (Mammalia: Rodentia) in West Virginia

Gordon L. Kirkland

rock vole, Microtus chrotorrhinus (Miller) (Mammalia: Rodentia) in West Virginia

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Published by Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West Virginia.
    • Subjects:
    • Rock vole -- West Virginia.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesMicrotus chrotorrhinus (Miller) (Mammalia: Rodentia) ...
      StatementGordon L. Kirkland, Jr.
      SeriesAnnals of Carnegie Museum ;, v. 46, article 5, Annals of the Carnegie Museum ;, v. 46, article 5.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsAS36 .P7 vol. 46, art. 5, QL737.R638 .P7 vol. 46, art. 5
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. 45-53 ;
      Number of Pages53
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3134133M
      LC Control Number82461149

      Hebda, A. Systematics and evolution of bats of the genus Glossophaga. Systems of subterranean runways are found in conjunction with the rock voles habitat and many are captured in these or similar subsurface places Kirkland and Knipe ; Timm et al. Glossophaga longirostris. Optimal nesting sites for rock voles is near moving water, ferns, and mosses.

      Wheelwright and N. Brooks, L. Early postnatal mass of montane and prairie voles Microtus. It was said to be the most detailed genetic study of any wild vertebrate species to date. This indicates that rock voles are geographically more widespread and have a greater ecological range than previously known Kirkland and Knipe

      The tempo and mode of diversification in Southeast Asian shrews" Evolution. Anderson, S. Kirkland, G. Jones, Jr. Distributional records of rock voles, Microtus chrotorrhinus, in northeastern Minnesota. Plante, Y.


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Rock vole, Microtus chrotorrhinus book

Journal of Mammalogy, — The primary competitors of rock voles are the red-blacked vole, shrews, the deer mouse, and deer. Early postnatal mass in montane and prairie voles Microtus. Centurio senex.

The rock vole, Microtus chrotorrhinus (Miller) (Mammalia: Rodentia) in West Virginia

Version 7. Allnutt, T. Banfield, A. The long-clawed mole vole Prometheomys schaposchnikowi is reported to live in small groups comprising several reproductive individuals, all sharing the same burrow system along with youngsters. Oxford University Press, New York. Banfield, A. Pagels, and S.

Bolen, and W. Centurio senex. Stebbins, J. New England wildlife: habitat, natural history, and distribution. Disponible sur le site Internet. Hebda, A. Literature Cited Christian, D. Glossophaga commissarisi. Pustis, and J. Jannett Jr. Whitaker, Jr. Linzey ed. Records of mammals from Hidalgo, Mexico.

Pages in Management of amphibians, reptiles and small mammals in North America: Proceedings of the symposium. Conservation status While some species of voles and lemmings are undoubtedly among the most numerous of small mammals, there are others that are highly threatened.Rock Vole Microtus chrotorrhinus (Miller, ) Endangered Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Chordata > Class Mammalia > Order Rodentia > Family Muridae > Genus Microtus.

Records: There are 4 records in the project database. Use of images featured on Maryland Biodiversity Project is only permitted with express permission of the photographer.

Rock Squirrel (Spermophilus variegatus) Rock Vole (Microtus chrotorrhinus) Rough-toothed Dolphin (Steno bredanensis) Round-tailed Ground Squirrel (Spermophilus tereticaudus) Sea Otter (Enhydra lutris) Sei Whale (Balaenoptera borealis) Short-beaked Common Dolphin (Delphinus delphis) Short-finned Pilot Whale (Globicephala macrorhynchus) Silver.

Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan North American Rodents The designation of geographical entities in this book, and the presentation of the material, do not imply the expression of any opinion Microtus chrotorrhinus Rock vole Microtus longicaudus Long-tailed vole.

ROCK VOLE Microtus chrotorrhinus –mm, 42–64mm, 30–48g Medium-sized vole with yellowish-orange or pale yellowish wash on snout, and occasionally on rump as well. Smaller than the otherwise similar Taiga Vole, which occurs only to the northwest of the Rock Vole.

Breeding sea-Cited by: Capillaria hepatiea was found in one of 21 Microtus c. chrotorrhinus (new host record), and 3 of Clethrionomys g.

gapperí from 3 counties in the state of New York, U.S.A. R.C.A. Capillaria hepatiea from the rock vole in New York. Author(s): FISHER, R. sylvaindez.com by: 1. An Inventory of Microtus chrotorrhinus in Northeastern Minnesota Introducti on The range of Microtus chrotorrhinus, the rock vole, extends from Minnesota east to the Atlantic coast and from Nova Scotia south through the Appalachian mountains.

Three subspecies Of the rock have been identified. Microtus chrotorrhinus chrotorrhinus (Sl ides.