Volume 6, Number 4—August 2000
Dual Captures of Colorado Rodents: Implications for Transmission of Hantaviruses
|No. of species (recapture pairs)b|
|Age-Sexa||P. man||P. truei||R. meg.||S. hisp.||T. min||Ch. hisp.|
|AM/AF||10 (1)||0||5 (2)c,d||0||0||1|
aA = adult (deer mouse 18 g; western harvest mice 9 g; hispid cotton rats 125 g; least chipmunks 30 g; hispid pocket mice 50 g; silky pocket mice 7 g. J = subadult or younger; M = male; F = female. Source: Fitzgerald et al., 1994 (11).
b for definition of species see Table 1.
cAdult male captured with an adult female 03/11/97 and with a different adult female 04/20/97.
dAdult male capture with an adult female 04/19/97 and with a juvenile female 04/20/97.
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