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The analysed samples included 107 skulls (57 males, 50 females) of the adult house mouse (M.
The seven selections that make up the main body of the text are devoted to fishing boats and fishing strategies in medieval Iceland, new evidence for the date of introduction of the house mouse and the field mouse, detecting the seasonal slaughtering of domestic animals, and many other related subjects.
LCMV is a virus of the Arenaviridae family; its primary host is the house mouse, Mus musculus.
The house mouse (Mus musculus) was next in both population and infection rate (2.4%, 1/42).
Baiomys taylori likely could only be confused with Reithrodontomys and house mouse (Mus musculus) in this area.
Field studies at WHNCR during 2001 and 2002 produced numerous records of White-footed Dunnart Sminthopsis leucopus, Swamp Antechinus Antechinus minimus and House Mouse Mus musculus using polystyrene cups as shelter in pitfall traps (Homan 2004).
? OLDEST MOUSE: The longest lived caged mouse was a house mouse called Fritzy, born September 11, 1977 and belonging to Bridget Beard of Edgbaston.
Morphology, growth and reproduction in the Australian house mouse: Differential effects of moderate temperatures.
Of all the rodents that can invade your home in winter, the house mouse is by far the most destructive: It can contaminate food, damage structures and spread disease.
Among small mammals, Wood mouse (6.38%), Royal mountain vole (6.38%) and House mouse (6.38%) contributed equally and major portion in the diet of wolf, followed by hamster (4.25%).
The researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology in Plon said that this paternal imprinting accelerates the divergence of two house mouse populations and thus promotes speciation.