Off Topic - Mouse ID

Subject: Off Topic - Mouse ID
From: Chris Ross <>
Date: Sat, 25 Sep 2010 10:30:05 +1000

looking at field guides, there's really only one possibility apart from house mouse for your location, a New Holland Mouse, which has a bi coloured tail (dark on top surface, pinkish below) and tail >head/body. A house mouse is supposed to have a tail = or slightly> head/body. The tail on this one looks quite long but it is in quite a hunched posture. On balance likely to be a house mouse.

Chris Ross

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