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Meadow vole - Wikipedia


The meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus), sometimes called the field mouse or meadow mouse, is a North American vole found across Canada, Alaska and ...

Meadow vole videos, photos and facts - Microtus pennsylvanicus ...


Learn more about the Meadow vole - with amazing Meadow vole photos and facts on ARKive.

Meadow Vole - BioKIDS - University of Michigan


Meadow voles are small rodents can range from 128 to 195 mm in length with tail almost half as long as the body. Their backs are very dark brown to a reddish ...

ADW: Microtus pennsylvanicus: INFORMATION


The meadow vole is active at all times of the day, but tends to be more nocturnal during the summer and diurnal during the winter. Females are territorial, and ...

Meadow Vole and Woodland Vole - Connecticut Wildlife

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Meadow Vole (public domain). Woodland Vole (public domain). Voles are small rodents very common in Connecticut. Two of the species found in the state are: ...

meadow vole | rodent | Britannica.com


Sep 27, 2002 ... Meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus), also called meadow mouse, one of the most common and prolific small mammals in North America.

Meadow Vole Facts, Identification & Control - Critter Control


Meadow Vole Facts. Learn about meadow voles, their identifying features, and their habitat. Critter Control can help with meadow vole control & removal.

Microtus pennsylvanicus (Chihuahua Vole, Meadow Vole)


Taxonomic Notes: Includes M. nesophilus and M. provectus, island populations that previously were regarded as distinct species (see Modi 1986; Musser and ...