Reithrodontomys (rodent)

Abundance: 0.15 to 77.51% (median 9.30%)

Latitudinal range: 10.2° to 46.5°

Habitats: desert/xeric shrubland (13), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (3), temperate coniferous forest (2), temperate savanna (6), temperate wetland (3), tropical/subtropical coniferous forest (2), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (6), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (2)

Found in 37 samples

Costa Rica: Altura, Potrero Grande

Guatemala: Aldea el Rancho, Chelemhá Cloud Forest Reserve

Mexico: Atotonilco de Campa (Sherman traps, desert-shrub), Molas, Matancillas, La Campana, La Huerta, Huamuchil (rodents), Las Joyas Scientific Station (cloud forest), Las Joyas Scientific Station (disturbed area), Cuauhtémoc, Playa de Oro, Libres-Oriental Valley (natural vegetation)

United States: Bob White Memorial Wetlands Research and Teaching Station, North of Stillwater (heavily grazed grassland, March), Salado Creek, Croatan National Forest (open canopy pine plantation), Rockefeller State Wildlife Refuge and Game Preserve, Lubbock, Fort Bliss, Raft River Valley, Horsetooth Reservoir, Red Bluff, Fort Bayard Allotment (untreated woodland), Memphis, Fort Sill (Foard soils), Fort Sill (Lawton soils), Project ALE (1967), Las Vegas Valley, Santa Rita Experimental Range (1 November 1972), Cross Bar Cooperative Management Area, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Site (day 1, grid 1), Durham County, Kemper County, Bearden

See also Reithrodontomys creper, Reithrodontomys fulvescens, Reithrodontomys gracilis, Reithrodontomys humulis, Reithrodontomys megalotis, Reithrodontomys mexicanus, Reithrodontomys microdon, Reithrodontomys montanus, Reithrodontomys sp., Reithrodontomys sumichrasti, Reithrodontomys tenuirostris