Silky pocket mice
Order : Rodentia
Suborder : Sciurognathi
Family : Heteromyidae
Subfamily : Perognathinae
Genus : Perognathus
Facts about the genus Perognathus, the silky pocket mice
1995: Silky pocket mice are an uncommon species in Gila National Forest (USDA Forest Service, 1995) *52*.
By comparison with Peromyscus, Perognathus is much more speciose in proportion to its ecological and geographic range.
Consequently, the total annual reproductive potential of Perognathus is close to that of Dipodomys.
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Silky pocket mice are primarily nocturnal and solitary. (Full text)
Habits: Silky pocket mice are strictly nocturnal, foraging from late twilight to near daybreak. (Full text)
Main Entry: perognathus perognathus is one of more than 1,000,000 entries available at Merriam-WebsterUnabridged. (Full text)
wood-rat (Neotoma intermedia desertorum) is restricted faunally, but ranges widely through zones and associations; a certain wren (Telmatodytes palustris and subspecies) is tightly restricted associationally, but ranges widely through faunas and zones; a xerophilous genus of rodents (Perognathus) is closely restricted zonally and associationally, (Full text)