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Yellow-necked mice Apodemus flavicollis at Woodchester Park, 1968-1989


Yellow-necked mice Apodemus flavicollis at Woodchester Park, 1968-1989



Journal of Zoology (London) 224.2: 329-332



ISSN/ISBN: 0952-8369

DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-7998.1991.tb04811.x

The exceptional population of Yellow-necked mice Apodemus flavicollis occurring at Woodchester Park, Gloucestershire was first mentioned by Yalden (1971), who noted that on the grid studied there each June by students of Manchester University, A. flavicollis was twice as numerous as A. sylvaticus ; generally, the wood mouse Apodemus sylvaticus is much more widespread and much more abundant in Britain than its congener. This abundance persisted to 1975 (Montgomery, 1976), and allowed the first substantial comparison of the ecology of the two Apodemus species in sympatry in Britain to be undertaken (Montgomery, 1977). In reviewing his own research and integrating it with the student studies, Montgomery (1985) pointed out that both the proportion and the absolute numbers of A. flavicollis on the main study grid declined after 1975. In this note, we bring the record for the main grid up to date, and also review the status of the species in the wider area of Woodchester Park.

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