Jumping Mouse Zapus
princeps 2.3 - - Undetermined cricetid 2.3 - 4.2 Total vole-sized prey 67.0 83.1 70.5 Undetermined squirrel 10.2 11.1 15.8 N.
A study of the Meadow Jumping Mouse, Zapus
hudsonius (Zimmermann), in central New York.
Additional seropositive animals at Hughes Creek included 1 northern flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus), 1 golden-mantled ground squirrel (Callospermophilus lateralis), and 1 western jumping mouse (Zapus
Supernumerary molars in the jumping mouse (Zapus
In addition to Microtus, we captured Peromyscus maniculatus, Tamias minimus, Zapus
princeps, Urocitellus spp., Sorex spp., Thomomys talpoides, Myodes gapperi, and Tamiasciurus hudsonicus.
To avoid potential impact on the endangered Preble's jumping mouse (Zapus
hudsonicus preblei), all captured jumping mice were identified to species and then released immediately without being marked.
King TL, Switzer JF, Morrison CL, Eackles MS, Young CC, Lubinski BA, Cryan P (2006) Comprehensive genetic analyses reveal evolutionary distinction of a mouse (Zapus
hudsonius preblei) proposed for delisting from the US Endangered Species Act.
The Preble's meadow jumping mouse (Zapus
hudsonius preblei) is a three-inch rodent with a long tail and big feet, capable of three-foot leaps, that lives in riparian areas in the Rocky Mountains.
(61.) Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Designation of Critical Habitat for the Preble's Meadow Jumping Mouse (Zapus
hudsonius preblei), 68 Fed.
montanus, montane vole x -- -- Microtus sp., meadow vole -- 6 8 Ondotra zibethicus, muskrat x -- -- Phenacomys intermedius, heather vole x -- -- Dipodidae (Zapodidae) Zapus
princes, western jumping mouse x -- -- Erethizontidae Erethizon dorsatutn, porcupine x -- -- CARNIVORA Canidae Canis latrans, coyote x -- -- Urocyon cinereoargenteus, gray fox x -- -- Vulpes Vulpes, red fox x -- -- Ursidae Ursus americanus, black bear x -- -- U.
Illinois also offers a varied prey base with voles (Microtus spp.) and mice (Peromyscus spp., Ochrotomys nuttalli, Mus musculus, and Zapus
hudsonius) found throughout the state, as well as other species of suitable prey for the long-tailed weasel (Hoffmeister, 1989).
Effects of carbaryl-treated bait on maternal behavior and sprint performance in the meadow jumping mouse, Zapus