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a device used to move a pointer around a COMPUTER screen.
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Therefore, understanding the extent to which white-footed mouse populations use agricultural matrix surrounding forested woodlots is important for inferring potential seed predation services rendered within crop fields and warrants further investigation.
The deer mouse is found further north while the white-footed mouse is rarely found north of the St.
Some species, such as the white-footed mouse, are particularly efficient at passing Bb to the ticks that bite them.
Both species of Peromyscus, the prairie deer mouse, mentioned above, and the woodland form, the white-footed mouse, Peromyscus leucopus, were taken at Goose Pond.
The golden mouse (Ochrotomys nuttalli) and white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus) have similar life histories, body masses, nest-site preferences, food preferences, periods of activity, home-range sizes, and are semi-arboreal (9), (10), (11).
In places other than the most inner parts of very large cities, he said, the most common house rodent is the white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus), a species native to North America.
The researchers studied the oldfield mouse, which mates for life, and a related species, the highly promiscuous white-footed mouse.
Peromyscus or Peromyscus Maniculatus or deer mouse is described as a small, white-footed mouse with sharply bicolor tail, white beneath and dark above with ears usually shorter than hind foot, prominent and leaflike.
A deer tick's preferred host at this initial stage is the white-footed mouse, which is known to be a natural carrier of B.
Since 1993, researchers have identified different forms of the virus spread by different rodents: the rice rat in Louisiana, the cotton rat in Florida and the white-footed mouse in New York.
Mexican spiny pocket mouse, white-footed mouse [Peromyscus leucopus] and hispid cotton rat [Sigmodon hispidus]) that were recaptured frequently enough to permit calculation of the Mean Maximum Distance Moved (MMDM).