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Feeding of Cabrera vole in west.-central Spain

AuthorsSoriguer, Ramón C. ; Amat, Juan A.
Issue Date1988
CitationActa Theriologica, 33 : 589-593 (1988)
AbstractThe Cabrera vole (Microtus cabrera, Tomas 1906) is and endemic and endangered species of the Iberian Penisnsula. The voles inhabited "juncales", small patches of sedged-rushes and grasses (usually less than 250 mc in area). The feeding of Cabrera vole was studied through faecal pellet analysis. The vole consumed mainly grasses and sedged-rushes (over 60% of the diet). Both plant taxon were the main items counsumed all year round. Finally the role of the habitat stability was discussed in relation of species conseervation
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