|Title||Distribution and habitat of the pygmy shrew, Sorex (Microsorex) hoyi in Michigan|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1982|
|Journal||Jack Pine Warbler|
Twenty-nine pygmy shrews, Sorex hoyi, were trapped in pitfalls at seven new localities in the northern portion of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan. Seven southern bog lemmings, Synaptomys cooperi, were also collected from four new localities. All locations were bogs in various stages of succession.