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Some aspects of social behaviour in the vole Microtus brandti (Radde, 1861)



Some aspects of social behaviour in the vole Microtus brandti (Radde, 1861)



Polish Ecological Studies 20(3-4): 449-457



The social vole species M. brandti shows a highly developed social behaviour, especially parental behaviour. The animals cannot discriminate between own and strange neonates by olfactory and acoustic signals. Reactions of adults to audible distress-calls of juveniles and infanticide behaviour depend on sexual experience and hormonal state of the animals and presence of own litter.

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