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Volume 8, Number 9—September 2002

Research

Behavioral, Physiologic, and Habitat Influences on the Dynamics of Puumala virus Infection in Bank Voles (Clethrionomys glareolus)

Sophie Escutenaire*Comments to Author , Patrice Chalon†, Florence de Jaegere, Lucie Karelle-Bui†, Georges Mees†, Bernard Brochier*, Francine Rozenfeld, and Paul-Pierre Pastoret†
Author affiliations: *Pasteur Institute, Brussels, Belgium; †University of Liège, Liège, Belgium; and ‡University of Brussels, Brussels, Belgium;

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Figure 3

Distribution of trapped bank voles through 1996–1999 and representation of the vegetation cover. On each grid, the 100 live traps are represented by white, light, or dark gray squares. LC, low cover; DC, dense cover provided by ground vegetation. Number in parentheses is the number of traps in the area.

Figure 3. Distribution of trapped bank voles through 1996–1999 and representation of the vegetation cover. On each grid, the 100 live traps are represented by white, light, or dark gray squares. LC, low cover; DC, dense cover provided by ground vegetation. Number in parentheses is the number of traps in the area.

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