Definition of Pitymys pinetorum

1. Noun. Short-tailed glossy-furred burrowing vole of the eastern United States.

Exact synonyms: Pine Mouse, Pine Vole
Generic synonyms: Field Mouse, Vole
Group relationships: Genus Pitymys, Pitymys



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pitymys Pinetorum

Pitt the Elder
Pitt the Younger
Pitta-Pitta
Pitta Pitta
Pittacus
Pittidae
Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh of the South
Pittsburgh pneumonia
Pittsburgh pneumonia agent
Pittsburghese
Pittsfield
Pituophis
Pituophis melanoleucus
Pitymys
Pitymys pinetorum (current term)
Pityrogramma
Pityrogramma argentea
Pityrogramma calomelanos
Pityrogramma calomelanos aureoflava
Pityrogramma chrysophylla
Pityrosporum
Pityrosporum orbiculare
Pityrosporum ovale
Pius II
Pius V
Pius VII
Pius X
Pius XI
Pius XII

Literary usage of Pitymys pinetorum

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1. List of North American Land Mammals in the United States National Museum, 1911 by Gerrit Smith Miller (1912)
"Southern New York and westward to Illinois, southward along the coast, blending into true pinetorum. t*Pitymys pinetorum auricularis (Bailey). 1898. ..."

2. Lake Maxinkuckee: A Physical and Biological Survey by Barton Warren Evermann, Howard Walton Clark (1920)
"November 1, 1!«> I, a cat was seen with one. December 11, 1904, one was seen near a muskrat house in Norris Inlet marsh. 18. PINE MOUSE Pitymys pinetorum ..."

3. Outlines of Economic Zoölogy by Albert Moore Reese (1919)
"Lower figure, pine mouse, Microtus (Pitymys) pinetorum. X%. (From Lantz, Meadow Mice in Relation to Agriculture.) from the former by its closer, ..."

4. List of North American Land Mammals in the United States National Museum, 1911 by Gerrit Smith Miller (1912)
"Southern New York and westward to Illinois, southward along the coast, blending into true pinetorum. t*Pitymys pinetorum auricularis (Bailey). 1898. ..."

5. Lake Maxinkuckee: A Physical and Biological Survey by Barton Warren Evermann, Howard Walton Clark (1920)
"November 1, 1!«> I, a cat was seen with one. December 11, 1904, one was seen near a muskrat house in Norris Inlet marsh. 18. PINE MOUSE Pitymys pinetorum ..."

6. Outlines of Economic Zoölogy by Albert Moore Reese (1919)
"Lower figure, pine mouse, Microtus (Pitymys) pinetorum. X%. (From Lantz, Meadow Mice in Relation to Agriculture.) from the former by its closer, ..."

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