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《Chinese Journal of Ecology》 2001-06
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Biological Habit of Desert Hamster in the Hunshandake Desert in Inner Mongolia.

Wang Guanghe,Zhong Wenqin,Wan Xinrong(State Key.Lab.of Integrated Management of Pest Insects & Rodents,Institute of Zoology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100080)  
The biology of desert hamster was studied in Hunshandake desert in Inner Mongolia.Results revealed that the breeding duration of this species is from April to October.The average litter size of desert hamster is about 6.7,with 3 and 10 litters as extremes.The birth weight of desert hamster is about 0.7~0.8 gram.Juveniles reach a steady body mass at the age about 2-month-old.The growth course can be fitted by a sigmoidal curve.The main diet of desert hamster is seeds (70~90%) and insects or worms (10%~30%) in the Hunshandake desert.
【Fund】: 中国科学院知识创新重大项目 (KSCX1-0 8);; 国家科技部首都圈 (环北京 )防沙治沙应急技术研究与示范项目 (FS2 0 0 0 -0 0 9);; 中国科学院内蒙古草原生态系统定位研究站基金项目资助
【CateGory Index】: Q959.8
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