Field Mouse

Field mouse may refer to:

  • in Europe, Asia and north Africa, one of several species of mice in genus Apodemus
  • in North America, a small vole such as the Meadow Vole
  • in South America, one of several species of mice in genus Akodon
  • "Field Mice", a 2010 episode of CSI
  • The Field Mice, a British pop band

Other articles related to "field mouse":

Jeju Striped Field Mouse
... The Jeju Striped Field Mouse, or Apodemus chejuensis, is a field mouse found only on Jejudo, an island in the northern East China Sea off the southwestern coast of South Korea ... The Jeju Striped Field Mouse is one of the most abundant mammals on Jeju ...
New Guinea Waterside Rat
... thomasi) Apodemus Division Apodemus striped field mouse (A ... agrarius) · Alpine field mouse (A ... alpicola) · small Japanese field mouse (A ...
Mount Isarog Shrew Mouse - Source
... thomasi) Apodemus Division Apodemus Striped Field Mouse (A ... agrarius) · Alpine Field Mouse (A ... alpicola) · Small Japanese Field Mouse (A ...
Jack Tafari - Portland, Oregon ‘Out of The Doorways Campaign’
... had become the protector of a sixteen-year-old boy who went by the ‘street name’ of Field Mouse ... Field Mouse had been evicted from a hostel for runaways for violating curfew ... At a Portland public library, Field Mouse taught Tafari how to use computers and email ...
Steppe Field Mouse
... The steppe field mouse (Apodemus witherbyi) is a species of rodent in the family Muridae ... The Mount Hermon field mouse (sometimes recognized as a distinct species A ... hermonensis) and the yellow-breasted field mouse (sometimes recognized as a distinct species A ...

Famous quotes containing the words mouse and/or field:

    Why do precisely these objects which we behold make a world? Why has man just these species of animals for his neighbors; as if nothing but a mouse could have filled this crevice?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    We need a type of theatre which not only releases the feelings, insights and impulses possible within the particular historical field of human relations in which the action takes place, but employs and encourages those thoughts and feelings which help transform the field itself.
    Bertolt Brecht (1898–1956)