2 edition of Killing of related and unrelated pups by male Microtus pennsylvanicus found in the catalog.
Killing of related and unrelated pups by male Microtus pennsylvanicus
Suzanne S. Lamothe
|Statement||by Suzanne Paquette.|
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|Pagination||ii, 17 l.|
|Number of Pages||17|
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The meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus), sometimes called the field mouse or meadow mouse, is a North American vole found across Canada, Alaska and the northern United range extends farther south along the Atlantic coast.
One subspecies, the Florida salt marsh vole (M. dukecampbelli), is found in Florida, and is classified as endangered. Class: Mammalia. THE ANNUAL CYCLE OF AGGRESSION IN MALE MICROTUS PENNSYLVANICUS, AND ITS RELATION TO POPULATION PARAMETERS [Brian N & Iverson, Stuart L Turner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Stuart L Turner, Brian N & Iverson.
Nonparental infanticide in meadow voles, Microtus pennsylvanicus: The influence of nutritional benefits Article in Ethology Ecology and Evolution May with Reads.
Family Cricetidae New World mice and woodrats, voles, hamsters, and their relatives. An Microtus pennsylvanicus in uska species han Rodentia nga syahan ginhulagway ni George Ord hadton An Microtus pennsylvanicus in nahilalakip ha genus nga Microtus, ngan familia nga muridae.
Ginklasipika han IUCN an species komo diri gud kababarak-an. Subspecies. Ini nga species ginbahin ha masunod nga subspecies: M. pennsylvanicus; M.
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Microtus pennsylvanicus (Ord, ) Type locality: USA (Pennsylvania) References. Microtus pennsylvanicus in Mammal Species of the World. Wilson, Don E. & Reeder, DeeAnn M. (Editors) Mammal Species of the World – A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference.
Third edition. ISBN IUCN: Microtus pennsylvanicus (Ord, ) (Least. GENERAL DISTRIBUTION: The meadow vole has the widest distribution of any North American species of Microtus.
It ranges from Labrador west to Alaska and south from Labrador and New Brunswick to South Carolina and extreme northeastern Georgia; east through Tennessee, Missouri, north-central Nebraska, the northern half of Wyoming, and central Washington to.
Microtus pennsylvanicus at National Center for Biotechnology Information Microtus_pennsylvanicus at Animal Diversity Web Microtus pennsylvanicus in Mammal Species of the World  at Bucknell.
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A scientific study showed that the depth at which algae were found in a lake varied from day to day. On clear days, the algae were found as much as 6 meters below the surface of the water but were only 1 meter below the surface on cloudy days. Microtus pennsylvaticus synonyms, Microtus pennsylvaticus pronunciation, Microtus pennsylvaticus translation, English dictionary definition of Microtus pennsylvaticus.
Thesaurus Antonyms Related Words Synonyms Legend: Switch to new thesaurus. Microtus pennsylvanicus; Microtus pennsylvanicus; Microtus pennsylvaticus; Microtus pinetorum. Myers, J.H. and Krebs, C.J. () Genetic, behavioral, and reproductive attributes of dispersing field voles Microtus pennsylvanicus and Microtus ochrogaster.
Ecological Monographs, 41, 53– CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: Multi-male mating by paired and unpaired female prairie voles (Microtus ochrogster) Article in Behaviour (9) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Food habits of the meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus) in bluegrass and prairie habitats. Journal of Mammalogy, Madison, D. An integrated view of the social biology of Microtus pennsylvanicus. The Biologist, Madison, D. Space use and social structure in meadow voles, Microtus pennsylvanicus.
Behavioral. Identification: This is the largest vole found in Minnesota and the most widely distributed mole in North America. It weighs between 1 and 2 ½ ounces. The length of the head and body together is 3 ½ ″ to 5 ″.The total length, including the tail, is 5 ″ to.
Additional information: Find meadow vole information at meadow vole. Microtus pennsylvanicus. A scientist studied a river and forest area downstream from a large city with an increasing human population. During the study, the scientist made many observations.
Intensity of male-male competition and sexual selection were studied in the field cricket, Gryllus pennsylvanicus, in an outdoor arena at four sex ratios, male-only (), male-biased (), unity () and female-biased (). Fighting frequency was highest at. The prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster) is a socially monogamous species found in grasslands throughout North America.
A female and a male form a life-time pair bond and maintain a common nest and territory, which they defend against other voles. They live in communal family groups consisting of the breeder pair and their offspring.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.The North American river otter (Lontra canadensis), also known as the northern river otter or common otter, is a semiaquatic mammal endemic to the North American continent found in and along its waterways and coasts.
An adult North American river otter can weigh between and 14 kg ( and lb). The river otter is protected and insulated by a thick, water-repellent Class: Mammalia.A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE GENITAL SEGMENTS AND THEIR APPENDAGES IN MALE TRICHOPTERA [Nielsen, Anker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE GENITAL SEGMENTS AND THEIR APPENDAGES IN MALE TRICHOPTERAAuthor: Anker Nielsen.