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Phenacomys intermedius (western heather vole)
Mammalia - Rodentia - Cricetidae
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|Merriam 1889||Size rather small; tail slender, cylindrical; ears moderate, thin, protuding slightly beyond fur, well haired on both sides; roots rather near together; antiragus small, about as high as long; hind foot more slender than in P. celatus; whiskers long and stiff; pelage deep, full and soft.|