Definition of Neomys fodiens
1. Noun. Widely distributed Old World water shrew.
Generic synonyms: Water Shrew
Group relationships: Genus Neomys, Neomys
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Literary usage of Neomys fodiens
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1. The Barnacles (Cirripedia) Contained in the Collections of the U.S. National by Henry Augustus Pilsbry (1907)
"Original number 32. Catalogued September 23, 1897. Alcoholic, in good condition; skull removed and perfect. Genus NEOMYS. neomys fodiens minor Miller. Proc. ..."
2. Handbook to the Natural History of Cambridgeshire by J. E. Marr, Arthur Everett Shipley (1904)
"... (neomys fodiens) is numerous, and, judging from the castings of Owls and Kestrels, the Pigmy Shrew (Sorex minutus) is by no means rare in the Fens. ..."
3. Historical and Scientific Survey of York and District: Prepared for the 75th by George Augustus Auden (1906)
"neomys fodiens. Water Shrew. This pretty little animal is common in most of our streams and ditches. CARNIVORA. Felts catus. Wild Cat. ..."
4. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1905)
"... wrongly labelled as from tln> Gaboon, when it really was from N. India. Dobson's mistake was therefore quite excusable. 6. neomys fodiens Sehr. ó" . 53. ..."
5. British Museum Guides: Vertrbrates by British Museum (Natural History) (1906)
"To this group belongs the British Water- Shrew, neomys fodiens (250), a beautiful velvet-coated animal with a long tail, and having feet provided, ..."