A 2-note whistle (similar to the call of R. gracilis) was given by a lone Plate 26 Map SLENDER HARVEST MOUSE Reithrodontomys gracilis HB 67– Skulls (upper views) of Reithrodontomys hirsutus, R. levipes, R. c. , R. m. mexicanus, R. m. cherrii, R. m. goldmani, R. gracilis, R. t. aureus, R. m. Species Common name Nyctomys sumichrasti Tylomys watsoni Ototylomys phyllotis Peromyscus nudipes Reithrodontomys creper Reithrodontomys gracilis.


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Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 9: It is mainly terrestrial but is sometimes caught on logs or low branches. It may be found among patches of bamboo near creeks.

It can be found in evergreen forest, forest edge, and in open areas Reid It is mainly arboreal Reithrodontomys gracilis It occurs in a variety of habitats: It is found in mature forest, second growth, and in forest clearings Reid This species is reithrodontomys gracilis.

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Eastern Harvest Mouse Reithrodontomys humulis The Eastern Harvest Mouse Reithrodontomys humulis is known from the southeastern United States, from Reithrodontomys gracilis and southern Ohio south through all reithrodontomys gracilis the southern tip of the Florida peninsula, and west to Oklahoma and eastern Texas.

Western Harvest Mouse Reithrodontomys megalotis The Western Harvest Mouse Reithrodontomys megalotis can be found from portions of southwestern Canada, south through the western and mid-western United States, to southern Mexico Musser and Carleton Found from below sea level in Death Valley to 4, m in central Mexico.

Webster and Jones There is evidence that the range within the Reithrodontomys gracilis. Litter sizes seems to range from 2 to 4, but three being average.

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Reithrodontomys gracilis reproductive season is likely extended from late winter to mid-autumn. Phylogeny[ edit ] The slender harvest mouse may be considered under the subfamily Muridae and is within the subgenera of Aprodon and in the clade R.

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reithrodontomys gracilis The closest relation to the slender harvest mouse is the Cozumel harvest mouse, R. Five subspecies of R.


The slender harvest mouse differs in the other members of its subgenus in that it is smaller with an reithrodontomys gracilis skull.