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Journal of Mammalogy
The space-use patterns of female voles are believed widely to be driven by food availability. whereas male voles respond primarily to availability of receptive females. Alternatively. female voles may maintain exclusive territories to prevent infanticide. We manipulated population densities and levels of food availability in replicate populations of the meadow vole, Microtus pennsylvanicus, to determine the impact of each on movement distances. Sex differences occurred in the responses of volesdoi:10.2307/1382870 fatcat:wfaszsfg2bhzbl3hmmfbolvpxy