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Voles Tunneling Rodents that eat plants One of many Vole (Microtus) species, the Pine Vole is a bit smaller and has a shorter tail than the Meadow Vole. Unlike moles, voles are mostly plant eaters. These images show the tiny eyes, small, delicate feet and stubby tail which help identify voles. While moles will make lo
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Home| Ask the Expert | Contact | Site Map | Store | About | FAQ| Disclaimer |   VOLES John M. O’Brien Agricultural Programs Coordinator Nevada Department of Agriculture Reno, Nevada 89510 Additional vole control information Fig. 1. Pine vole, Microtus pinetorum (left), and prairie vole, M. ochrogaster (right).
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