Microtus pinetorum (Woodland Vole)
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Habitat: Savanna edges, upland woods, overgrown fields, fencerows, and orchards, and bottomland woods.

Habits: The Woodland Vole can be found burrowing below the surface of the ground and beneath leaf litter. They are quite social. They reproduce in all months of the year, but the peak period of reproduction occurs from October to May. Females may have from one to four litters per year, averaging 2.6 young per litter (a range of one to five).


Artiodactyla
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Carnivora
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Chiroptera
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Didelphimorphia
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Insectivora
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Lagomorpha
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Rodentia
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Xenarthra
Scientific Names - Common Names

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