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Infected Rodents

  1. Wild foxes, coyotes, and cats get infected when they eat Echinococcus multilocularis larvae in infected rodents, field mice, or voles.

Small Mammals

  1. Subnivean animals include small mammals such as mice, voles, shrews, and lemmings that must rely on winter snow cover for survival. (Web site)

Reservoir Hosts

  1. The virus is not commonly found in cows; the reservoir hosts for the virus are woodland rodents, particularly voles.


  1. Many rodents such as voles (but not mice) and guinea pigs, as well as rabbits, have continuously growing molars in addition to incisors.
  2. Mice, voles, squirrels, and other rodents also feed on seeds and small seedlings both under natural stands and in nurseries (1). (Web site)
  3. F. tularensis is capable of infecting a number of small mammals such as voles, rabbits, and muskrats, as well as humans. (Web site)


  1. Reservoir Hosts
  2. Animals > Vertebrates > Mammals > Rodents
  3. Small Mammals
  4. Rabbits
  5. Nature > Life > Organisms > Mice
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