Dipodomys ordii (rodent)

Mass: 48.9 g based on Longland and Jenkins 1987, Perri and Randall 1999, Djawdan and Garland Jr 1988, Brown and Zeng 1989, Hinds and MacMillen 1985, Lawler and Geluso 1986, and Morton et al. 1980

Abundance: 0.09 to 46.70% (median 2.76%)

Latitudinal range: 21.9° to 42.3°

Habitats: (7), desert/xeric shrubland (7), temperate coniferous forest (1), temperate savanna (1)

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Found in 16 samples

Mexico: Matancillas, La Campana, La Huerta

United States: Fort Bliss, Raft River Valley, Red Bluff, Fort Bayard Allotment (untreated woodland), Jornada Validation Site (1971), Cross Bar Cooperative Management Area, Camels Back Cave (Stratum I), Camels Back Cave (Stratum II), Sunshine Locality (Unit A), Schulze Cave (layer C1), Schulze Cave (layer C2), Eleventh Hour Site (Room 7, Layer 2), Eleventh Hour Site (Room 7, Layer 3)

Size measurements:
♀ body mass48.9 gN = 89Longland and Jenkins 1987
♀ body mass49.4 gN = 25Perri and Randall 1999
♂ body mass52.3 gN = 56Longland and Jenkins 1987
♂ body mass51.4 gN = 13Perri and Randall 1999
body mass47.8 gN = 7Djawdan and Garland Jr 1988
body mass48.1 gN = 280Brown and Zeng 1989
body mass46.8 gN = 9Hinds and MacMillen 1985
body mass44.4 gN = 2Lawler and Geluso 1986
body mass53.2 gN = 8Morton et al. 1980
body mass55.3 gN = 3Morton et al. 1980
total body length239 mmN = 2Davis 1942
total body length233 mmN = 2Davis 1942
head and body length105 mmN = 2Davis 1942
head and body length105 mmN = 2Davis 1942
tail length135 mmN = 2Davis 1942
tail length128 mmN = 2Davis 1942
hind foot length37 mmN = 2Davis 1942
hind foot length37 mmN = 2Davis 1942

See also Dipodomys, Dipodomys agilis, Dipodomys californicus, Dipodomys deserti, Dipodomys merriami, Dipodomys microps, Dipodomys panamintinus, Dipodomys phillipsii, Dipodomys sp., Dipodomys spectabilis