megalotis and to determine if competition for traps with meadow voles
, Microtus pennsylvanicus, contributes to this pattern.
The findings, published in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, found that low chronic doses of gamma radiation at 50 to 200 times background levels had beneficial effects on the stress axis and the immune axis of natural populations of meadow voles
Mating male meadow voles
take sexual competition to new heights when they get a whiff of a love rival, scientists revealed yesterday.
THE fastest breeding animal on the planet is, surprisingly, the humble female meadow vole
Remarks: The Meadow Vole
currently occurs from northern Georgia in the east and northern New Mexico in the west northward to the Northwest Territories of Canada and Alaska (Kurta 1995, map, 171).
THE speediest mammal is the female meadow vole
which can produce litters of up to eight young, 17 times a year, from the age of 25 days.
leucopus), meadow vole
(Microtus pennsylvanicus), prairie vole (M.
The effects of toe clipping on the survival of the meadow vole
These results are comparable to those observed in a similar study with the promiscuous meadow vole
Food preferences of meadow vole
(Microtus pennsylvanicus) in relation to habitat affinities.
Our study was designed to test the assumptions required by the outbreeding hypothesis, using populations of the meadow vole
Effects of meadow vole
population density on tree seedling survival in old fields.