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Synanthropic rodents of ocean islands


, : Synanthropic rodents of ocean islands. Ekologiya (Moscow) (2): 41-49

Data were presented on the following synanthropic rodents inhabiting ocean islands: Mus musculus, Rattus rattus, R. norvegicus, R. exulans. The specifics of combinations of synanthropic rodents in various parts of the World Ocean were shown. The factors that determine various combinations were analyzed: natural and climatic, historic and economic factors and interspecific competition. Further changes in the composition of synanthropic rodent species were predicted.

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