Akodon cursor (Winge, ) is a Sigmodontinae rodent commonly called the cursorial akodont. This small cursorial mouse has homogenous dorsal pelage that. Akodon cursor. cursor grass mouse. Akodon cursor. ADW Pocket Guides on the iOS App Store! The Animal Diversity Web team is excited to announce ADW. Akodon cursor is one of the most common species in the forest and forest- grassland ecotones. In Misiones province, Argentina, they are found in a variety of.
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Cursor grass mouse – Wikipedia
Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics. It eats leaves, seeds, fruits, and insects such as coleopterans, lepidopterans, dipterans, and leaf litter arthropods Emmons and FeerEisenberg and RedfordFigueiredo and Fernandez Akodon montensis blends well with its environment and utilizes litter and herbaceous cover to conceal itself from predators.
Adult males weigh around 45g and adult females can weigh greater than 40g. This species has shown the greatest frequency of akkdon from m away from nest sites with most movements less than 30m away.
Giving Directory Site Index. Karyotypes of Brazilian Akodont rodents with notes on Taxonomy. Skip to search form Skip to main content. Extensive savannas are found in parts of subtropical and tropical Africa and South America, and in Australia.
Akodon cursor ; chromosome cytotypes; Southern Brazil. Vera Y Conde, C.
The sub-adult male weights range from g, and female sub-adults weight from g. Negative There are no known negative impacts of Akodon cursor on humans. Some have a whitish spot between the ears, but this is not present on all individuals.
Retrieved 9 February Chromosomal polymorphisms in the rodent Akodon arviculoides ssp. A Five Year Study. Mammals of the Neotropics. Redford and EisenbergBiogeographic Regions neotropical Habitat Akodon cursor is one of the most common species in the forest and forest-grassland ecotones.
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The taxonomy of Akodon cursor and Akodon montensis is currently being examined. Gentile, ; Redford and Eisenberg; Patton and Smith, Habitat Regions tropical terrestrial Terrestrial Biomes savanna or grassland forest scrub forest Range elevation 0 to m 0. A second way to tell them apart is by their karyotype.
There is little information on longevity in Akodon cursor. The ears are rounded and small, and the muzzle is pointed with fine, short whiskers, which do not reach the tips of the ears Emmons and Feer Bulletin of xkodon American Museum of Natural…. Akodon montensis and Akodon cursor are segregated by elevation.
Geographic Range This species occupies currsor range from southeastern and central Brazil through Uruguay, Paraguay, and northeastern Argentina. Pregnant females construct globular nests, and give birth to a litter of two to nine young, with an average of four, after a gestation period of 23 days. Akodon montensis is a short heavy-bodied vole-like mouse, with a short tail and limbs.
Endothermy is a synapomorphy of the Mammalia, although it may have arisen in a now extinct synapsid ancestor; the fossil record does not distinguish these possibilities.
A cell line derived from a liposarcoma in a cursor grass mouse has been used by biomedical scientists in the construction of a panel for the identification of human chromosomes in hybrid cells.
Akodon cursor ( Rodentia : Cricetidae )
Akodon cursor (montensis) – Cursor Grass Mouse
Cursor grass mice breed throughout the year, although most births occur during the dry season between June and September. Gentile, ; Redford and Eisenberg; Patton and Smith, Young are weaned at about 14 days old in other Akodon species. Some litters have up to 10 young.