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Reproduction and post embryonal mortality of bank voles clethrionomys glareolus

Reproduction and post embryonal mortality of bank voles clethrionomys glareolus

Byulleten' Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytatelei Prirody Otdel Biologicheskii 85(1): 13-24

Data are presented on the breeding schedule and postnatal mortality of the bank vole, as related to time of birth and weather conditions. The data are based on many years of circumannual collections, results of marking and recaptures and observations on animals kept in captivity. The participation of individuals of seasonal generations in the breeding, their importance on maintaining the numerical abundance of the population, the dependence of the dynamics of abundance on the relationships of age groups and sex ratio are considered.

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