Synaptomys cooperi

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Noun1.Synaptomys cooperi - of low bogs and meadows of northeastern and central United States and southern CanadaSynaptomys cooperi - of low bogs and meadows of northeastern and central United States and southern Canada
lemming - any of various short-tailed furry-footed rodents of circumpolar distribution
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The bog lemming Synaptomys cooperi in southern New Jersey.
The two most interesting species recorded at Goose Pond were the bog lemming, Synaptomys cooperi, and the least shrew, Cryptotis parva.
In addition to the above specimens, four Synaptomys cooperi skulls collected from owl pellets outside of the known geographic range of this species are presented here (Fig.
and four extralimital extant species: Sorex cinereus, Microtus pennsylvanicus, Synaptomys cooperi and Zapus hudsonius (Pfau 1994).
With 24 male and 23 female Synaptomys cooperi and 55 of each sex for Microtus pinetorum, sex ratios were unity for both species.
The most interesting species of small mammal known from Goose Pond were the least shrew (discussed above), the bog lemming, Synaptomys cooperi (one taken by us and one taken by Dale Sparks), and the least weasel, Mustela nivalis.
A new species of Eimeria (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) was found in the feces and intestinal contents of the southern bog lemming, Synaptomys cooperi Baird, 1858, from St.
Synaptomys cooperi, the southern bog lemming, ranges through the northeastern United States into the Midwest and central Great Plains as far south as southern Kansas and northeastern Arkansas (Hall, 1981:832).
02 Microtus pinetorum 0 0 Cryptotis parva 0 0 Synaptomys cooperi 0 0 Total 276 Uplands and Vigo County Number Number of per 100 animals trap-nights Mus musculus 425 1.
These authors considered Synaptomys cooperi to be common in forest clearings, collecting 20 specimens during the 10 wk.