Peromyscus leucopus


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Noun1.Peromyscus leucopus - American woodland mouse with white feet and underpartsPeromyscus leucopus - American woodland mouse with white feet and underparts
genus Peromyscus, Peromyscus - New World wood mice
wood mouse - any of various New World woodland mice
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Demography of Peromyscus leucopus populations on habitat patches: the role of dispersal.
An Assessment of Interlocality Variation in Character Relationships of Peromyscus leucopus.
This study tested the prediction that Peromyscus leucopus scent collected in the lab and placed in cleaned (experimental) traps would attract conspecifics with similar or higher frequency than regular clean traps or dirty traps containing the residual scent of previously captured conspecifics.
Rodent species Habitat type GLPD GL December April December April Baiomys taylori -- -- 25 1 Dipodomys merriami -- 1 2 -- Dipodomys ordii -- -- -- -- Dipodomys spectabilis -- -- 3 2 Neotoma albigula -- -- 2 -- Onychomys leucogaster 9 -- 6 -- Peromyscus leucopus -- -- -- -- Peromyscus maniculatus -- -- 9 (3) -- Perognathus flavus 4 1 5 -- Reithrodontomys megalotis -- -- -- -- Sigmodon hispidus -- -- -- -- Overall prevalence (%) 0 0 5.
3) found Peromyscus leucopus to be somewhat of a "habitat generalist" because it was collected in diverse riparian settings ranging from woodlands with a lush, thick understory and ground cover to more xeric ones with sparse groundcover and no understory.
Six hantavirus-associated rodent species occur in Texas, including Microtus ochrogaster, Oryzomys palustris, Peromyscus leucopus, P.
3:15 COMPARATIVE POPULATION DYNAMICS OF PEROMYSCUS LEUCOPUS IN NORTH AMERICA: A SPATIAL GRADIENT OF CLIMATE, ACORN PRODUCTION, AND DENSITY DEPENDENCE
Eleven Peromyscus leucopus were seropositive to a hantavirus by ELISA analysis of blood samples.
Myotis septentrionalis (a bat), Peromyscus maniculatus or Peromyscus leucopus (mice), and Clethrionomys gapperi, Microtus pennsylvanicus, and Synaptomys cf.
Proximate and ultimate controls on life-history variation: the evolution of litter size in Peromyscus leucopus.