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variation in the long-tailed field-mouse (apodemus sylvaticus (l.)) in north-west scotland. i. comparisons of individual characters. 196414224407
variation in the long-tailed field-mouse (apodemus sylvaticus (l.)) in north-west scotland. ii. simultaneous examination of all characters. 196414224408
role of small mammals in the persistence of louping-ill virus: field survey and tick co-feeding studies.louping-ill (li) is a tick-borne viral disease of red grouse, lagopus lagopus scoticus lath. (tetraonidae: galliformes), and sheep, ovis aries l. (bovidae: artiodactyla), that causes economic loss to upland farms and sporting estates. unvaccinated sheep, grouse and mountain hares, lepus timidus l. (leporidae: lagomorpha), are known to transmit li virus, whereas red deer, cenrus elaphus l. (cervidae: artiodactyla), and rabbits, oryctolagus cuniculus l. (leporidae: lagomorpha), do not. however, th ...200011016435
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