Peromyscus (rodent)

Abundance: 0.05 to 100.00% (median 7.89%)

Latitudinal range: 10.2° to 61.0°

Habitats: (54), Mediterranean woodland (1), boreal forest/taiga (3), desert/xeric shrubland (18), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (23), temperate coniferous forest (9), temperate savanna (7), temperate wetland (2), tropical/subtropical coniferous forest (3), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (9), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (3)

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Found in 132 samples

Canada: Delta Waterfowl Research Station, Kluane Lake, Gogama, Kinmount, Prince Albert Model Forest, Bald Range (old growth), Prince Edward Island National Park, Anticosti Island, Charlie Lake Cave (Zone IV), Keffer (Midden 57, screened), Keffer (Midden 57, floated), Irving-Johnston, Caverne de la Mine (lower infill), Caverne de la Mine (upper infill), LaBiche River Valley

Costa Rica: Altura, Potrero Grande

Guatemala: Aldea el Rancho, Chelemhá Cloud Forest Reserve

Mexico: Molas, Matancillas, La Campana, La Huerta, Hobonil, Cerro Potosí (Quadrat C), Misantla (small mammals, dry season), Las Joyas Scientific Station (cloud forest), Las Joyas Scientific Station (disturbed area), Chamela Biological Station, El Zapotal (terrestrial mammals), Playa de Oro, El Chorro (Sherman traps), Carrizal Viejo (Sherman traps), Libres-Oriental Valley (natural vegetation), La Playa, Cueva de Abra

United States: Bob White Memorial Wetlands Research and Teaching Station, North of Stillwater (heavily grazed grassland, March), North of Stillwater (lowland forest, March), Oak Ridge Reservation (hardwood forest), Park Ranger Station No. 1, Trelease Woods (autumn 1938, plot UU), Seymour (1939, Plot A), University of Washington Campus (Area A, March, 1937), Sierra National Forest (pitfall traps), Edwards Air Force Base, Croatan National Forest (open canopy pine plantation), Fort Bliss, Raft River Valley, H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest, Elkol-Sorenson Mine (1980), Elkol-Sorenson Mine (1981), Horsetooth Reservoir, Fort Necessity National Battlefield, Tonopah Junction, Red Bluff, Gingercake Creek, Fort Bayard Allotment (untreated woodland), Memphis, Glenn Dale, Fort Sill (Foard soils), Fort Sill (Lawton soils), Project ALE (1967), Las Vegas Valley, Jornada Validation Site (1971), Cross Bar Cooperative Management Area, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Site (day 1, grid 1), Patuxent Wildlife Research Refuge, Durham County, MacIntyre Development (forest habitats), Grand Marais, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument (Flats), Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument (Uplands), Fayette County, Kemper County, Savannah River Site (S1), Savannah River Site (S2), Savannah River Site (U1), Savannah River Site (U2), Bearden, Hopland Research and Extension Center (chaparral), Hopland Research and Extension Center (woodland-grass), The Wilds, Daniel Boone Field Station (agricultural), Daniel Boone Field Station (riparian), Ardis, Zesch Cave, Crystal Ball Cave, Welsh Cave, Silver Creek, Papago Springs Cave, Haystack Cave (upper levels), Golf Course, Ripplemead, Bat Cave, Cueva Quebrada, King Leo Pit Cave, Bluegrass (micro), Dust Cave (Zones T and U), Hulme Site, McIntosh, Bone Cave, Taddlock, McLelland, Croley-Evans, Rattlesnake Point Pueblo (Unit 2), Mykut Rockshelter, Edwin Harness Mound, Cole Gravel Pit, Scovill, Camels Back Cave (Stratum I), Camels Back Cave (Stratum II), Pacific City, Jones, Prairie Creek (Zone D), Robinson Cave, Meyer Cave, Bootlegger Sink, Prairie Creek (Zone B), Kathy's Pit, Pintwater Cave (Unit 3, level 8), Sunshine Locality (Unit A), Sunshine Locality (Unit C), Smith Creek Canyon (Reddish-brown Silt), Schulze Cave (layer B), Schulze Cave (layer C1), Schulze Cave (layer C2), New Paris Sinkhole No. 4, Natural Chimneys, Box Elder Creek, Eleventh Hour Site (Room 7, Layer 3), Drivers Flat (rodents)

See also Peromyscus aztecus, Peromyscus beatae, Peromyscus boylii, Peromyscus crinitus, Peromyscus difficilis, Peromyscus eremicus, Peromyscus gossypinus, Peromyscus grandis, Peromyscus gratus, Peromyscus guatemalensis, Peromyscus leucopus, Peromyscus levipes, Peromyscus maniculatus, Peromyscus melanophrys, Peromyscus melanotis, Peromyscus mexicanus, Peromyscus nuttalli, Peromyscus pectoralis, Peromyscus perfulvus, Peromyscus polionotus, Peromyscus sp., Peromyscus spp., Peromyscus truei, Peromyscus yucatanicus