Apodemus sylvaticus


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Related to Apodemus sylvaticus: Micromys minutus, Apodemus flavicollis
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Noun1.Apodemus sylvaticus - nocturnal yellowish-brown mouse inhabiting woods and fields and gardensApodemus sylvaticus - nocturnal yellowish-brown mouse inhabiting woods and fields and gardens
Apodemus, genus Apodemus - Old World field mice
fieldmouse, field mouse - any nocturnal Old World mouse of the genus Apodemus inhabiting woods and fields and gardens
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Mediterranean Small Mammals and Insular Syndrome: Biometrical Study of the Long-Tailed Field Mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus) (Rodentia-Muridae) of Corsica.
Mandibles and molars of the wood mouse, Apodemus sylvaticus: Integrated latitudinal pattern and mosaic insular evolution.
As vegetation associated with a nest site can affect an animal's behavior, individuals might sometimes have to choose, for example, between protection from predation and access to high quality food plants located close to the nest (wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus, Rosalino et al., 2011; hazel dormouse, Juskaitis et al, 2013).
1990: Seasonal variations in haematological values and heart weight in two small mammals: a mouse Apodemus sylvaticus and a vole Pitymys duodecimcostatus.
Mauri, "Bioaccumulation of PGEs and other traffic-related metals in populations of the small mammal Apodemus sylvaticus," Chemosphere, vol.
[5] But et, A., 1985 -Methode d'etude du egime alimentaire d'un rongeur polyphage (Apodemus sylvaticus L., 1758) parl' analyse microscopique des feces.
Myodes glareolus (bank vole) and Apodemus sylvaticus (long-tailed field mouse, wood mouse), are often positively affected by large size of forest patches, high connectivity of patches of old forest and structural heterogeneity of the forest floor (Fitzgibbon 1997, Vieira et al.
Helminth species richness in wild wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus, is enhanced by the presence of the intestinal nematode Heligmosomoides polygyrus.
Dwi o'r farn mai llygoden y maes (Apodemus sylvaticus; Wood Mouse) ydi'r ddela o'r holl lygod bach sydd 'na yng Nghymru, a bychan ydi hi - fawr mwy na thair modfedd a hanner o hyd.
Seasonal variation in the resting metabolic rate of male wood mice Apodemus sylvaticus from two contrasting habitats 15 Km apart.