Peromyscus maniculatus (rodent)

Mass: 19.1 g based on Longland and Jenkins 1987, Ortega-Corona et al. 1982, Trainor et al. 2006, Djawdan and Garland Jr 1988, Mazen and Rudd 1980, Brown and Zeng 1989, Elizalde-Arellano et al. 2010, Hinds and Rice-Warner 1992, Layne 1958, Lindsay 1960, Mace and Eisenberg 1982, Satoh and Iwaku 2009, and Tomasi et al. 1987

Abundance: 0.03 to 100.00% (median 7.09%)

Latitudinal range: 19.5° to 61.0°

Habitats: (20), Mediterranean woodland (1), boreal forest/taiga (3), desert/xeric shrubland (13), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (10), temperate coniferous forest (3), temperate savanna (5), tropical/subtropical coniferous forest (2)

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Found in 57 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, Irving-Johnston, LaBiche River Valley

Mexico: La Campana, La Huerta, Cerro Potosí (Quadrat C), Libres-Oriental Valley (natural vegetation)

United States: North of Stillwater (heavily grazed grassland, March), Seymour (1939, Plot A), University of Washington Campus (Area A, March, 1937), Sierra National Forest (pitfall traps), Edwards Air Force Base, 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, Fort Sill (Foard soils), Fort Sill (Lawton soils), Project ALE (1967), Jornada Validation Site (1971), Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Site (day 1, grid 1), MacIntyre Development (forest habitats), Grand Marais, Hopland Research and Extension Center (chaparral), Hopland Research and Extension Center (woodland-grass), Zesch Cave, Crystal Ball Cave, Silver Creek, Papago Springs Cave, Haystack Cave (upper levels), King Leo Pit Cave, Hulme Site, McIntosh, Croley-Evans, Edwin Harness Mound, Camels Back Cave (Stratum I), Camels Back Cave (Stratum II), Pacific City, Robinson Cave, Bootlegger Sink, Schulze Cave (layer C1), Schulze Cave (layer C2), New Paris Sinkhole No. 4, Natural Chimneys, Drivers Flat (rodents)

Size measurements:
♀ body mass19.3 gN = 399Longland and Jenkins 1987
♂ body mass19.0 gN = 456Longland and Jenkins 1987
♂ body mass29.8 gN = 5Ortega-Corona et al. 1982
♂ body mass26.8 gN = 8Ortega-Corona et al. 1982
♂ body mass19 gN = 6Trainor et al. 2006
♂ body mass19 gN = 6Trainor et al. 2006
body mass18.2 gN = 12Djawdan and Garland Jr 1988
body mass17.2 gN = 20Mazen and Rudd 1980
body mass21.4 gN = 74Brown and Zeng 1989
body mass25.1 gN = 5Elizalde-Arellano et al. 2010
body mass13.3 gN = 3Hinds and Rice-Warner 1992
body mass14.9 gN = 3Hinds and Rice-Warner 1992
body mass15.4 gN = 4Layne 1958
body mass15.0 gN = 42Lindsay 1960
body mass21.65 gN = 1Mace and Eisenberg 1982
body mass17.7 gN = 1Satoh and Iwaku 2009
body mass19.9 gN = 1Satoh and Iwaku 2009
body mass21.1 gN = 4Tomasi et al. 1987
♂ total body length136.2 mmN = 5Layne 1958
♂ tail length54.8 mmN = 5Layne 1958
♂ hind foot length17.6 mmN = 5Layne 1958

See also Peromyscus, 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 melanophrys, Peromyscus melanotis, Peromyscus mexicanus, Peromyscus nuttalli, Peromyscus pectoralis, Peromyscus perfulvus, Peromyscus polionotus, Peromyscus sp., Peromyscus spp., Peromyscus truei, Peromyscus yucatanicus