Definition of Pine vole
1. Noun. Short-tailed glossy-furred burrowing vole of the eastern United States.
Generic synonyms: Field Mouse, Vole
Group relationships: Genus Pitymys, Pitymys
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Literary usage of Pine vole
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1. The Mammals of Pennsylvania and New Jersey: A Biographic, Historic and by Samuel Nicholson Rhoads (1903)
"The pine vole, however, is a rodent and one of the strictest vegetarians of its order. It can be instantly distinguished from any of the Insectivora, ..."
2. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science by Indiana Academy of Science (1922)
"These two specimens of pine vole are the most northern taken in the state. Hahn (4) says he has not taken this species in the northern part of the state, ..."
3. Management Guide for Low-Input Sustainable Apple Production by Lorraine P. Berkett (1994)
"Figure 6: (top) pine vole, (bottom) meadow vole Several types of plastic and paper tree guards are available, as well. They are easier to handle than wire ..."
4. Bulletin by Bureau of Biological Survey, United States (1907)
"The woodland vole (M. p. nemoralis) is the largest form of the pine vole in America, and has longer and less glossy fur than the forms east of the ..."
5. Explorations Into the World of Lewis and Clark: 194 Essays from the Pages of by Robert A. Saindon (2003)
"In one, for example, he introduced the pine vole (Pitymys pinetorum) to science. Ill health forced his departure form the Army in 1831. ..."
6. Explorations Into the World of Lewis and Clark V-2 of 3 by Robert A. Saindon (2003)
"... variety of topics—plants, amphibians, rodents, insects, and mollusks—and describe several new species. In one, for example, he introduced the pine vole ..."