Sigmodon hispidus (rodent)

Mass: 89.4 g based on Cameron and Spencer 1983, Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964, Bowers 1971, Foreman 1956, and Voss 1992

Abundance: 0.47 to 96.96% (median 14.94%)

Latitudinal range: 13.7° to 36.5°

Habitats: desert/xeric shrubland (3), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (4), temperate coniferous forest (4), temperate savanna (6), temperate wetland (2), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (2), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (4)

Found in 25 samples

Mexico: La Huerta, Hobonil, El Zapotal (terrestrial mammals)

Nicaragua: Siuna (mammals, primary forest), Siuna (mammals, secondary forest), Siuna (mammals, allspice), Siuna (mammals, pasture)

United States: Bob White Memorial Wetlands Research and Teaching Station, North of Stillwater (lowland forest, March), Park Ranger Station No. 1, Salado Creek, Croatan National Forest (open canopy pine plantation), Lubbock, Fort Bliss, Red Bluff, Memphis, Fort Sill (Foard soils), Fort Sill (Lawton soils), Cross Bar Cooperative Management Area, Durham County, Kemper County, Savannah River Site (S2), Savannah River Site (U1), Savannah River Site (U2), Bearden

Size measurements:
♀ body mass80.02 gN = 767Cameron and Spencer 1983
♀ body mass83.5 gN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♀ body mass63.0 gN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♂ body mass94.69 gN = 1015Cameron and Spencer 1983
body mass191.6 gN = 10Bowers 1971
body mass190.9 gN = 10Bowers 1971
body mass109.8 gN = 10Bowers 1971
body mass98.6 gN = 19Foreman 1956
body mass107.5 gN = 43Voss 1992
♂ total body length232 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
total body length256 mmN = 8Bailey 1902
total body length284 mmN = 6Bailey 1902
total body length248 mmN = 4Bailey 1902
total body length256 mmN = 5Bailey 1902
total body length280 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
♀ head and body length106 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♀ head and body length136 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♀ head and body length163 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♂ head and body length140 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♂ tail length105 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
tail length106 mmN = 8Bailey 1902
tail length114 mmN = 6Bailey 1902
tail length103 mmN = 4Bailey 1902
tail length113 mmN = 5Bailey 1902
tail length128 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
♀ hind foot length31.6 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♀ hind foot length31.8 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♀ hind foot length31.5 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♂ hind foot length33 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
♂ hind foot length31.7 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
hind foot length32 mmN = 8Bailey 1902
hind foot length32 mmN = 6Bailey 1902
hind foot length30 mmN = 4Bailey 1902
hind foot length32.5 mmN = 5Bailey 1902
hind foot length34 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
♀ ear length19.5 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♀ ear length19.0 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♀ ear length17.3 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♂ ear length18.1 mmN = 1Tamsitt and Valdivieso 1964
♂ skull width19.5 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
♂ skull width21 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
♂ skull width19 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
skull width21 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
skull width21 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
skull width20.3 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
♂ upper tooth row length6.2 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
♂ upper tooth row length6.4 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
♂ upper tooth row length6.5 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
upper tooth row length6.7 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
upper tooth row length6.8 mmN = 1Bailey 1902
upper tooth row length6.6 mmN = 1Bailey 1902

See also Sigmodon, Sigmodon alleni, Sigmodon alstoni, Sigmodon fulviventer, Sigmodon mascotensis, Sigmodon toltecus, Sigmodon zanjonensis