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Life histories and ecology of Phenacomys albipes, Phenacomys longicaudus, Phenacomys silvicola

Chris Maser

Life histories and ecology of Phenacomys albipes, Phenacomys longicaudus, Phenacomys silvicola

by Chris Maser

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Phenacomys.,
  • Microtus.

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    Statementby Christopher Ottmar Maser.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination221 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages221
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14287080M

    Phenacomys in Mammal Species of the World. Wilson, Don E. & Reeder, DeeAnn M. (Editors) Mammal Species of the World – A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference. Taxonomic relationships among red tree voles (Phenacomys longicaudus longicaudus, P. 1. silvicola), the Sonoma tree vole (P. pomo), the white-footed vole (P. albipes), and the heather vole (P. intermedius) were examined using base pairs of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene. Results indicate specific differences.

    () Effects of historical climate change, habitat connectivity, and vicariance on genetic structure and diversity across the range of the red tree vole (Phenacomys longicaudus) in the Pacific Northwestern United States. Molecular Ecology , Online publication date: OctCited by: Phaeophyta: Life History and Ecology. Though there are a few rare freshwater species, the brown algae dwell almost exclusively in marine (or coastal) environments. Members of the group dominate many benthic marine biotas, sometimes reaching from the ocean floor to its surface.

    California Red Tree Vole Distribution, Abundance, and Seasonality. Distributed along the North Coast from Sonoma Co. north to the Oregon border, being more or less restricted to the fog belt. Reported to be rare to uncommon throughout its range, but the difficulty of locating nests and capturing individuals makes abundance hard to assess. The eastern heather vole, (Phenacomys ungava), is a small North American recently, this species was considered to belong to the same species as the western heather vole, Phenacomys is also called the Ungava vole.. Though some studies have indicated that Phenacomys ungava is "rare" or "uncommon," other researchers have found that the animal can be common Class: Mammalia.


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Life histories and ecology of Phenacomys albipes, Phenacomys longicaudus, Phenacomys silvicola by Chris Maser Download PDF EPUB FB2

Habitat and ecology: The habitat and ecology of these mice are singularly similar, as they are endemic to the humid areas of western Oregon and northern California. Information on P. albipes is primarily from the literature. The data on P. silvicola is based upon field observation as is to some extent, that on P.

longicaudus. by: LIFE HISTORIES AND ECOLOGY OF PHENACOMYS ALBIPES, PHENACOMYS LONGICAUDUS PHENACOMYS SILVICOLA INTRODUC TION Aims of This Study Since these species were first described, only P.

cus has been studied to any extent. Little has been written or is known about the life histories of P. albipes orP.

silvicola. Habitat and ecology: The habitat and ecology of these mice are singularly similar, as they are endemic to the humid areas of western Oregon and northern California.

Information on P.\ud albipes is primarily from the literature. The data on P. silvicola is based upon field observation as is to some extent, that on P.\ud longicaudus. Dorsal, ventral, and lateral views of the cranium and lateral and dorsal views of the mandible of adult male Phenacomys albipes (OSUFW ) from 6 miles W Blue River (T16S, R3E, Sec.

22), Lane Co. voles differ not only in Phenacomys longicaudus of their life history attributes, but also in Life histories and ecology of Phenacomys albipes, Phenacomys longicaudus, Phenacomys silvicola. Thesis. California Wildlife Habitat Relationships System California Department of Fish and Wildlife Life histories and ecology of Phenacomys albipes, Phenacomys longicaudus, and Phenacomys silvicola.

M.S. Thesis. Oregon State Univ., Corvallis. In this article we respond to a recent paper in which Rosenberg () C. MaserLife histories and ecology of Phenacomys albipes, Phenacomys longicaudus, Phenacomys silvicola.

Thesis. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon () Google Scholar. Maser, Cited by: 1. Taylor, W. Description of a new subgenus (Arborimus) of Phenacomys, with a contribution to knowledge of the habits and distribution of Phenacomys longicaudus True.

Proceedings of the California Academy of Science, Series 4. – Walker, A. Notes on the forest Phenacomys. Journal of Mammalogy – Wight, H. Life Histories and Ecology of Phenacomys Albipes, Phenacomys longicaudus, Phenacomys Silvicola. Thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.

Google ScholarCited by: 3. Life histories and ecology of Phenacomys albipes, Phenacomys longicaudus, Phenacomys silvicola [thesis], Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University. [ODF] OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY.

Northwest Oregon state forest management plan. Species limits within the Arborimus longicaudus species‐ complex (Mammalia: Rodentia) with a description of a new species from California.

Contributions in Science, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County ‐ Maser, C. Life histories and ecology of Phenacomys albipes. M.S. Oregon State University—Zoology, Life histories and ecology of Phenacomys albipes, Phenacomys longicaudus, Phenacomys silvicola.

EXPERIENCE Selected Research Projects: Bats of Oregon Tiger beetles of Oregon Ecoparasites of Oregon mammals New ectoparasites found during my studies: Kim, K.C. & Emerson, K.C. voles of the genus phenacomys i. revision of the genus phenacomys ii.

life history of the red tree mouse (phenacomys longicaudus) by a. brazier howell scientific assistant, division of biological investigations bureau of biological survey. washington government printing office Cited by: HOWELL AB.

Voles of the genus Phenacomys. North American Fauna MASER CO. Life histories and ecology of Phenacomys albipes, Phenacomys longicaudus, Phenacomys silvicola [thesis].

Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University. MASER C, MATE BR, FRANKLIN JF, DYRNESS CT. Natural history of Oregon Coast mammals. Phenacomys: Henero sa mga mangungutkut ang Phenacomys. Ang Phenacomys sakop sa kabanay nga ilaga. Mao ni ang iyang kladogram matod sa Catalogue of Life:Ginharian: Animalia.

Taxonomic relationships among red tree voles (Phenacomys longicaudus longicaudus, P. silvicola), the Sonoma tree vole (P. pomo), the white-footed vole (P. albipes), and the heather vole (P. intermedius) were examined using base pairs of the mitochondrial cytochrome.

Taxonomic relationships among red tree voles (Phenacomys longicaudus longicaudus, P. silvicola), the Sonoma tree vole (P. pomo), the white-footed vole (P. albipes), and the heather vole (P. intermedius) were examined using base pairs of the mitochondrial cytochrome. A Phenacomys az emlősök (Mammalia) osztályának a rágcsálók (Rodentia) rendjébe, ezen belül a hörcsögfélék (Cricetidae) családjába tartozó nem.

Rendszerezés. A nembe az alábbi 2 faj tartozik. kanadai fenyőpocok (Phenacomys intermedius) Merriam, – típusfaj; Phenacomys ungava Merriam, ; Források. Mammal Species of the World. Don E. Wilson & DeeAnn M. Reeder Altörzs: Gerincesek (Vertebrata). We studied consumption of free water by a sample of 7 Red Tree Voles (Arborimus longicaudus) maintained in captivity on a natural diet of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) foliage.

Mean consumption of free water by individual voles was ± ml/g/d, which is much lower than has been reported for most other species of voles. The small amount of free water consumed per day. Abstract. Taxonomic relationships among red tree voles (Phenacomys longicaudus longicaudus, P.

silvicola), the Sonoma tree vole (P. pomo), the white-footed vole (P. albipes), and the heather vole (P. intermedius) were examined using base pairs of the mitochondrial cytochrome b s indicate specific differences among red tree voles, Sonoma tree voles, white-footed Cited by:.

An Phenacomys in uska genus han Phenacomys in nahilalakip ha familia nga Muridae. An kladograma hini sumala ha Catalogue of Life:Ginhadi-an: Animalia.JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY LITERATURE CITED BAILEY, V.

The mammals and life zones of Oregon. N. Amer. Fauna, BROWN, L. N. Breeding records and notes. Introduction. Red tree voles (Arborimus longicaudus) are small microtine rodents that are endemic to the coniferous forests of western Oregon and northwestern California, where they are an important prey item of northern spotted owls (Strix occidentalis caurina) and other forest birds and mammals (Forsman et al.

a, b; Graham and Mires ).Tree voles are solitary and primarily Cited by: 2.