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Woodland vole


The woodland vole (Microtus pinetorum) is a small vole found in eastern North America. It is also known as the pine vole.

Woodland Vole - SUNY-ESF


Description: The woodland vole shows many adaptations for its burrowing lifestyle. The fur is short, soft, and silky, almost mole-like in texture. The front feet and ...

Microtus pinetorum - BioKIDS - University of Michigan


Woodland voles have a combined head and body length between 83 and 120 mm; the tail ranges from 15 to 40 mm in length. They weigh between 14 and 37 g.

Woodland Vole Facts, Identification & Control - Critter Control


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

Microtus pinetorum (Woodland Vole) - IUCN Red List


Taxonomic Notes: Van der Meulen (1978) regarded subspecies nemoralis and parvulus as species distinct from pinetorum, as have some other authors, ...

Microtus pinetorum - woodland vole - Michigan Natural Features ...


State distribution: The woodland vole population is patchy and local in Michigan ( less than 100 specimens taken). However, there is potential for this species to.

Microtus pinetorum (LeConte); Woodland Vole - Discover Life


Entry page to Discover Life's Encyclopedia about the Biology, Natural History, Ecology, Identification and Maps of Woodland Vole -- Microtus pinetorum.

Vole Control - Pine Vole


Woodland vole, pine mouse, mole mouse, potato mouse, mole pine ... Area of Distribution Pine voles live underground in burrows and under mulch and litter.

Woodland Vole - Microtus pinetorum - Details - Encyclopedia of Life


Descriptions and articles about the Woodland Vole, scientifically known as Microtus pinetorum in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Brief Summary; ...

Techniques to control the damage by voles


Pine or Woodland Vole (M. pinetorum). The pine vole is a small vole. Its total length is 4 to 6 inches (10 to 15 cm). Its brown fur is soft and dense. The underparts ...

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woodland vole | rodent | Britannica.com


Woodland vole (Microtus pinetorum), a small mouselike rodent of the eastern United States that is well adapted to burrowing, as reflected by its slender, ...

North American Mammals: Microtus pinetorum : Image Information


Fossil finds have helped document shifts in the geographic distribution of the Woodland Vole over the centuries. During the Pleistocene, when glaciers covered ...

ADW: Microtus pinetorum: INFORMATION


Woodland voles have a combined head and body length between 83 and 120 mm; the tail ranges from 15 to 40 mm in length. They weigh between 14 and 37 g.