We examined space use by female gray-tailed voles Microtus canicaudus (Miller, 1897) and recruitment of juveniles in response to relative abundance of food and increased intruder pressure following experimental removal of habitat. Our experiment indirectly tested the assumptions of the food-defense and pup-defense hypotheses for female territorially.
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Kowalski, Kazimierz (1925–2007)
Rodriguez, A. Martin, R. Delibes, M.
Chętnicki, W. Mazurkiewicz, M.
Stenseth, N. C.
Pugh, S. R. Ostfeld, R. S. Tamarin, R. H.