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Title: Studia Universitatis Vasile Goldis, Seria Stiintele Vietii (Life Sciences Series)
Abbreviated title: Studia Univ. VG, SSV
Publisher: "Vasile Goldis" University Press
Owner: Western University "Vasile Goldis" Arad, Romania
ISSN: 1584-2363
e-ISSN: 1842-7863
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Contribution to the distribution of terrestrial small mammals in the Salaj county, Romania Print E-mail
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Article Title: Contribution to the distribution of terrestrial small mammals in the Salaj county, Romania
Authors: Gubányi A.
Affiliation: Department of Zoology, Hungarian Natural History Museum
Abstract: During the research period (2014-2015) 287 small mammals, five species of shrews and eight species of rodents (Crocidura leucodon, C. suaveolens, Sorex araneus, S. minutus, Neomys anomalus, Microtus agrestis M. arvalis, M. subterraneus, Myodes glareolus. Apodemus agrarius, A. flavicollis, A. sylvaticus, A. uralensis) were detected in the Sǎlaj County. The striped field mouse (Apodemus agrarius) and the common vole (Microtus arvalis) proved to be the characteristic dominant species of the small mammal communities investigated in this area. The number of terrestrial small mammalian species lagged behind our expectations. Micromys minutus was not collected during the research period in the habitats characterized by reed-bed and/or tall sedge vegetation.
Keywords: terrestrial small mammals, distribution, Sǎlaj, Romania
*Correspondence: Gubányi A., Hungarian Natural History Museum, Department of Zoology, Baross u. 13, H-1088, Budapest, Hungary, Tel. +36-1-267-7100, Fax. +36-1-3171-669, email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it