Referencias: PHHA: Phyllotis haggardi, PHAN: Phyllotis andium, MIMI: Micoryzomys minutos; CAFU: Caenolestes fuliginosus; CACN: Caenolestes caniventer; CRMO: Cryptotis
montivaga; THCA: Thomasomys caudivarius; THBA: Thomasomys baeops; THPA: Thomasomysparamorum; THAU: Thomasomys aureus; THAC: Thomasomys auricularis; AKMO: Akodon mollis; NEAL: Nephelomys albigularis.
For example, the Least Shrew (Cryptotis
parva) rarely lives longer 2 y (Mock 1982), whereas Bowhead Whales (Balaena mysticetus) have been estimated to live >200 y (George and others 1999).
The specimen was later dissected and the stomach content was identified from its skull as a Cryptotis
parva (North American least shrew or musarana), now in the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Mammal Collection (UANL-4320).
Similarly, the least shrew (Cryptotis
parva) is a species of concern immediately adjacent to this study site in Indiana but was found in both roadsides and medians.
Se capturaron en trampas seis mamiferos no voladores de cuatro ordenes: Didelphis pernigra (orden Didelphimorphia, familia Didelphidae), Cryptotis
thomasi (orden Soricomorpha, familia Soricidae), Mustela frenata (orden Carnivora, familia Mustelidae), Cavia aperea (orden Rodentia, familia Caviidae).
Based on their capture frequencies and high abundances, Nephelomys caracolus, Cryptotis
aroensis, Heteromys catopterius and Rhipidomys venustus, endemic species of Venezuela, are the most common in the area.
mayensis, Rhogeessa aeneus, Alouatta pigra, Sciurus yucatanensis, Heteromys gaumeri, Otonyctomys hatti, Peromyscus yucatanicus y Mazama pandora; Escalante et al.
The two most interesting species recorded at Goose Pond were the bog lemming, Synaptomys cooperi, and the least shrew, Cryptotis
156 52.5 Reithrodontomys fulvescens 42 14.1 Neotoma floridana 33 11.1 Ochrotomys nuttalli 26 8.8 Blarina carolinensis 23 7.7 Sigmodon hispidus 11 3.7 Cryptotis
parva 4 1.4 Cardinalus cardinalus 2 0.7 TOTAL 297 100 Radiotelemetry.-Four golden mice (two males and two females) were radio-tracked during the summer resulting in 95 locations at 13 unique refugia.
A new species of Cryptotis
(Insectivora: Soricidae) from Northern Peru.
Skeletonization was sometimes necessary for the identification of certain shrews (Blarina and Cryptotis
of similar size).