2 edition of Control of white-footed mice of the Pacific Northwest found in the catalog.
Control of white-footed mice of the Pacific Northwest
Lloyd D. Hayes
Written in English
|Statement||by Lloyd D. Hayes.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Pacific Northwest, poses a health risk to humans as a result of population irruptions and subsequent dispersal of deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus, a hantavirus carrier) following mast seed. West Nile virus was not known in North America before , but now it is widely known on almost all continents. Dirofilaria is known in USA for over 30 years and reached Europe in the 90’ties. Dramatic .
Carpenter ants and odorous house ants were the top pests in the Pacific Northwest, with the hobo spider and mice being mentioned frequently as well. SUMMARY. Compared to the previous few years, . Most studies support the notion that white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus) are the main reservoir host for Lyme disease spirochetes, Babesia protozoa, and Anaplasma bacteria; in .
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Pacific Northwest Rodents Part 2 – Mice 11 July, 3 COMMENTS. When it comes to rodents in the Pacific Northwest, mice are abundant and one of the most prolific breeders you may. The white-footed vole is among the smaller voles. The pelage consists of dark bluish-gray hairs tipped with a rich brown or black on the dorsum grading lighter on the sides, thence to light gray to pinkish.
Deer Mice and White-footed Mice, Peromyscus Deer Mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus Piñon Mouse, Peromyscus truei North American Jumping Mice, Zapus Pacific jumping mouse, Zapus trinotatus. White-footed Mice mate and produce litters most commonly in the spring and the fall.
These little guys climb readily in shrubs and trees and are able to swim. They can get through holes of surprisingly. The western boundary of a book on land mammals seems intuitively obvious as one stands on the shore of the Pacific Ocean and gazes out over a seemingly endless expanse of water.
I have also devised a. White-footed mice belonging to both races were shown to hybridize easily along the contact line in Oklahoma, forming a geographically stable narrow hybrid zone (38, 53, 57).
Chromosomal, allozymic, Cited by: The Pacific Northwest states also have a moderate number of Lyme disease cases, but this region in not considered by the CDC to be endemic for the dis- ease. (Centers for Disease Control and. This remarkable book offers an intimate look at the life histories and habitats of mammals in the Pacific Northwest, from the coast to the high Cascades.
In introducing the region's mammals, Chris Maser. Sharing the family Heteromyidae with pocket mice and kangaroo rats, kangaroo mice have thick, hairy tails about inches long which taper at both ends and are bicolored.
Both species have. 60 White-footed Mice. Fargo and Laudenslayer (Figs. 1,2). Hind foot length ranged from 20 to 25 mm for brush mice and fiom 24 to 28 mm for California mice. Mean hind foot length was not significantly. The white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus) is a rodent native to North America from Ontario, Quebec, Labrador, and the Maritime Provinces (excluding the island of Newfoundland) to the Class: Mammalia.
Other articles where White-footed mouse is discussed: hantavirus: by the deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus). Other HPS illnesses have occurred in Florida, caused by the Black Creek Canal virus.
The meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus), sometimes called the field mouse or meadow mouse, is a North American vole found across Canada, Alaska and the northern United range extends Family: Cricetidae.
White-footed or Deer mouse,Peromyscus maniculatus B. Hard palate ending well behind the last cheek tooth; incisive foramina ending well behind front of 1st cheek tooth (see dashed lines in fig 4); length. That’s because white-footed mice and other small mammals, not deer, are now known by scientists to be major carriers of Lyme disease.
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Demographic responses of shrews to removal of coarse woody debris in a managed pine forest than white-footed mice . Outside of the Pacific Northwest and southern available to white. A white-footed mouse often meets its end in the talons or the teeth of winter-starved predators like hawks, owls and coyotes.
Mice find some redemption in reproduction. Though a mouse. Engorged females become slate gray and may expand to a length of 1/2” ( mm). Larvae and nymphs feed mostly on small rodents, while adults feed on dogs, cattle, other animals, and humans.
The NPMA recently posted an article on their website that explained the dangers that rodents can cause to your home and your health. We often talk in our blogs about the unsanitary .White-Footed Mouse (Peromyscus leucopus Fischer) From: Saunders, D.
A. Adirondack Mammals. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry. pp. Order: Rodentia .Fisher () examined stomachs of screech owls and found birds in 15 percent of them, mice in 36 percent, and insects in 39 percent. Korschgen and Stuart () found mostly small mammals in .