Microtus abbreviatus
Microtus agrestis
Microtus anatolicus
Microtus arvalis
Microtus bavaricus
Microtus brachycercus
Microtus breweri
Microtus cabrerae
Microtus californicus
Microtus canicaudus
Microtus chrotorrhinus
Microtus clarkei
Microtus daghestanicus
Microtus dogramacii
Microtus duodecimcostatus
Microtus evoronensis
Microtus felteni
Microtus fortis
Microtus gerbei
Microtus gregalis
Microtus guatemalensis
Microtus guentheri
Microtus ilaeus
Microtus irani
Microtus kikuchii
Microtus levis
Microtus liechtensteini
Microtus limnophilus
Microtus longicaudus
Microtus lusitanicus
Microtus majori
Microtus maximowiczii
Microtus mexicanus
Microtus middendorffi
Microtus miurus
Microtus mongolicus
Microtus montanus
Microtus montebelli
Microtus mujanensis
Microtus multiplex
Microtus oaxacensis
Microtus ochrogaster
Microtus oeconomus
Microtus oregoni
Microtus paradoxus
Microtus pennsylvanicus
Microtus pinetorum
Microtus qazvinensis
Microtus quasiater
Microtus richardsoni
Microtus sachalinensis
Microtus savii
Microtus schelkovnikovi
Microtus schidlovskii
Microtus socialis
Microtus subterraneus
Microtus tatricus
Microtus thomasi
Microtus townsendii
Microtus transcaspicus
Microtus umbrosus
Microtus xanthognathus

The genus Microtus is a group of voles found in North America, Europe and northern Asia. The genus name refers to the small ears of these animals. There are 62 species in the genus.

These animals live in grassy areas. They are stout rodents with short ears, legs and tails. They eat green vegetation such as grasses and sedges in summer and grains, seeds, roots and bark at other times. The genus is also called "meadow voles". (ITIS database)

The complete list of species is:

  • Insular vole (M. abbreviatus)
  • California vole (M. californicus)
  • Rock vole (M. chrotorrhinus)
  • Long-tailed vole (M. longicaudus)
  • Mexican vole (M. mexicanus)
  • Singing vole (M. miurus)
  • Water vole (M. richardsoni)
  • Zempoaltépec vole (M. umbrosus)
  • Taiga vole (M. xanthognathus)

Subgenus Microtus

  • Field vole (M. agrestis)
  • Anatolian vole (M. anatolicus)
  • Common vole (M. arvalis)
  • Cabrera's vole (M. cabrerae)
  • Doğramaci's vole (M. dogramacii)
  • Günther's vole (M. guentheri)
  • Tien Shan vole (M. ilaeus)
  • Persian vole (M. irani)
  • Southern vole (M. levis)
  • Paradox vole (M. paradoxus)
  • Qazvin vole (M. qazvinensis)
  • Schidlovsky's vole (M. schidlovskii)
  • Social vole (M. socialis)
  • Transcaspian Vole (M. transcaspicus)

Subgenus Terricola

  • Bavarian pine vole (M. bavaricus)
  • Calabria pine vole (M. brachycercus)
  • Daghestan pine vole (M. daghestanicus)
  • Mediterranean pine vole (M. duodecimcostatus)
  • Felten's vole (M. felteni)
  • Liechtenstein's pine vole (M. liechtensteini)
  • Lusitanian pine vole (M. lusitanicus)
  • Major's pine vole (M. majori)
  • Alpine pine vole (M. multiplex)
  • Savi's pine vole (M. savii)
  • European pine vole (M. subterraneus)
  • Tatra pine vole (M. tatricus)
  • Thomas's pine vole (M. thomasi)

Subgenus Mynomes

  • Beach vole (Microtus breweri)
  • Gray-tailed vole (Microtus canicaudus)
  • Montane Vole (M. montanus)
  • Creeping vole (M. oregoni)
  • Meadow vole (M. pennsylvanicus)
  • Townsend's vole (M. townsendii)

Subgenus Alexandromys

  • Clarke's vole (M. clarkei)
  • Evorsk vole (M. evoronensis)
  • Reed vole (M. fortis)
  • Gerbe's vole (M. gerbei)
  • Taiwan vole (M. kikuchii)
  • Lacustrine vole (M. limnophilus)
  • Maximowicz's vole (M. maximowiczii)
  • Middendorf's vole (M. middendorffi)
  • Mongolian vole (M. mongolicus)
  • Japanese grass vole (M. montebelli)
  • Muisk vole (M. mujanensis)
  • Tundra vole or root vole (M. oeconomus) - several subspecies
  • Sakhalin vole (M. sachalinensis)

Subgenus Stenocranius

  • Narrow-headed vole (M. gregalis)

Subgenus Pitymys

  • Guatemalan vole (M. guatemalensis)
  • Tarabundí vole (M. oaxacensis)
  • Woodland vole (M. pinetorum)
  • Jalapan pine vole (M. quasiater)

Subgenus Pedomys

  • Prairie vole (M. ochrogaster)

Subgenus Hyrcanicola

  • Schelkovnikov's pine vole (M. schelkovnikovi)