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Page 43 45 46 56 63 71 77 83 85 . . . I. INTRODUCTION There are many striking examples of polymorphism in the Lepidoptera, yet little is known of their genetics. This is the more surprising since the few instances which have been subjected to adequate genetic analysis have proved of exceptional interest. Some of this work was undertaken a t Oxford, and we hope to continue it and to enlarge its scope in the new Genetic Laboratories now being developed there.
This species is a grassland inhabitant in central North America. I n southern Michigan, deer mice are largely limited to bluegrass fields, where their home ranges rarely reach the edge of adjacent forests (Blair, 1940b), although Howard (1949) has evidence that they occasionally disperse through oak-hickory forest. Along the eastern border of the central grasslands in Texas and Oklahoma, the grassland habitats of this species are interrupted by the intrusion of forests on favorable soils and along streams.
Advances in Genetics, Vol. 5 by M. Demerec (Ed.)