Peromyscus maniculatus

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Related to Peromyscus maniculatus: Peromyscus leucopus, Microtus ochrogaster, Deer mice
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Noun1.Peromyscus maniculatus - brownish New World mousePeromyscus maniculatus - brownish New World mouse; most widely distributed member of the genus
genus Peromyscus, Peromyscus - New World wood mice
wood mouse - any of various New World woodland mice
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Peromyscus maniculatus is the main reservoir of Sin Nombre virus, which is the leading cause of HPS in the United States (Monroe et al.
Subfamily Virus Disease Principle Host Sigmodontinae Sin Nombre HPS Peromyscus maniculatus Monongahela HPS Peromyscus maniculatus New York HPS Peromyscus leucopus SNV-Blue River ?
Remarks: Three subspecies of Peromyscus maniculatus are found in Michigan.
Species N Weight (g) Body (mm) Tail (1) (mm) Peromyscus maniculatus Islands 418 22.
Two other small mammals are associated with agricultural habitats, the prairie deer mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus, and the house mouse, Mus musculus.
Peromyscus Maniculatus, University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Retrieved April 14, 2009 from http://animaldiversity.
During the summers of 2008-2012, we collected Peromyscus maniculatus from buildings and surrounding grounds on the Southern Methodist University campus in Taos, New Mexico (36[degrees]16'27N, 105[degrees]34'31.
There were 212 non-target captures at the ungrazed site with the most common species being Sigmodon hispidus (119 captures) followed by Peromyscus maniculatus (36 captures), P.
Food of Mus musculus, Peromyscus maniculatus bairdi and Peromyscus leucopus in Vigo County, Indiana.
Kantak (1983) found northern populations of both wild caught Peromyscus maniculatus bairdii and Peromyscus leucopus noveboracensis preferred larger size grass seeds of Andropogon.
By order of decreasing abundance, they were Cryptotis parva (54 individuals), Microtus ochrogaster (38), Peromyscus maniculatus bairdii 01), Synaptomys cooperi (7), Microtus pennsylvanicus (6), and Peromyscus leucopus (5).