vesper mouse

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Noun1.vesper mouse - American woodland mouse with white feet and underpartsvesper mouse - American woodland mouse with white feet and underparts
genus Peromyscus, Peromyscus - New World wood mice
wood mouse - any of various New World woodland mice
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Ambos autores describieron un patron cuticular foliaceo ovalado, alargado u ondeado con la medula multiseriada alveolar o listrada en Akodon spp., Oligoryzomys nigripes, Necromys lasiurusy Calomys tener.
Protein polymorphism and genetic distance in South American cricetid rodents of the genus Calomys. Genetica, 80: 175-180.
Sperm impairments in adult vesper mice (Calomys laucha) caused by in utero exposure to bisphenol A.
We also captured 6 other species: Oxymycterus rufus red hocicudos (n = 223), Scapteromys aquaticus swamp rats (n = 129), Deltamys kempi Kemp grass mice (n = 27), Calomys laucha small vesper mice (n = 7), Cavia aperea Brazilian guinea pigs (n = 3), and Holochilus sp.
In central Argentinian agroecosystems, the small mammal assemblage is mainly represented by the Cricetidae rodents Calomys musculinus, C.
(2015) sampled a much larger sample of small mammals, blood samples collected from only 68 individuals belonging to 13 different species, 4 marsupials (Didelphis albiventris-white-eared opossum, Gracilinanus agilis-agile gracile opossum, Marmosa murina--Linnaeus's mouse opossum, Thylamys macrurus--Paraguayan fat-tailed mouse opossum) and 9 rodents (Calomys callosus--large vesper mouse, C.
It has been reported (Camargo et al., 2006) for Calomys laucha, the coat color is dark in winter, and lighter and orange in simulier.
Jacobs and Lindsay (1981) and Lindsay and Jacobs (1985) described rodent remains from the well-known late Miocene (late Hemphillian North American Land Mammal Age; NALMA) locality of Yepomera, Chihuahua, including several cricetids (Prosigmodon oroscoi, Prosigmodon chihuahuensis, Calomys elachys, Calomys baskini, Calomys winklerorum, Baiomys kolbi, and Postcopemys valensis).
Por el otro, los conjuntos mas alejados del area de estudio, aquellos ubicados en las planicies del este de Mendoza, estan caracterizados por especies afines al desierto del Monte (Figuras 1 y 3), destacandose los sigmodontinos Graomys griseoflavus, Calomys musculinus y Akodon dolores y el histricognato Galea leucoblephara (Fernandez 2012a; Pardinas et al.