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Pitymys McMurtrie, 1831
Pine Mice
Pitymys McMurtrie, 1831; The animal kingdom ... by the Baron Cuvier, 1: 434 (footnote), TS: Psammomys pinetorum Le Conte
Arbusticola
Blanfordimys
Micrurus
Neodon
Phaiomys
Terricola Fatio

Pitymys leucurus (Blyth, 1863)
Tibet, Himalayas. See [About maps] Blyth's Vole
Phaiomys leucurus Blyth, 1863; (Ladak)
blythi
everesti; (Mt Everest)
fuscus; (Tibet)
petulans
strauchi; (Sinkiang)
waltoni; (Tibet)

Pitymys sikimensis (Hodgson, 1849)
Himalayas (Nepal - Upper Burma), Szechuan, S.Kansu. See [About maps] Sikkim Vole
Neodon sikimensis Hodgson, 1849; (Sikkim)
forresti; (Yunnan)
irene; (Szechuan)
oniscus; (Kansu)
thricolis

Pitymys juldaschi (Severtzov, 1879)
Tien Shan, Pamirs - Samarkand. See [About maps] Juniper Vole
Arvicola juldaschi Severtzov, 1879; (Lake Karakul, Pamir)
carruthersi; (Gissar Mts, E. of Samarkand)
pamirensis

Pitymys afghanus (Thomas, 1912)
Afghanistan, SW.Turkmenistan, Pamirs. See [About maps] Microtus afghanus Thomas, 1912; (Gulran, NW. Afghanistan)
afghanus bucharicus (Vinogradov, 1928); (W. Pamirs)
Microtus afghanus balchanensis Heptner & Shukurov, 1950; Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR 74: 149-152, TL: Great Balkhan Mts, W. Turkmenistan

Could also be in Blandfordimys.


Pitymys subterraneus (de Sélys Longchamps, 1836)
France - CEU - Ukraine - River Don. See [About maps] European Pine Mole
Arvicola subterraneus de Sélys Longchamps, 1836; , TL: Ličge, Belgium
atratus
capucinus
dacius; (Rumania)
ehiki
hungaricus
incertoides
klozeli
kupelwieseri
martinoi
matrensis
mustersi
nyirensis
transsylvanicus; (Hungary)
ukrainicus; (Ukraine)
wettsteini
zimmermanni
Microtus dinaricus Kretzoi, 1959; (New name for Pitymys mustersi Martino, 1937 preoccupied by Microtus mustersi Hinton, 1926)

Pitymys multiplex (Fatio, 1905)
S.Alps (Switzerland, Austria, Italy, France). See [About maps] Alpine Pine Vole
Arvicola multiplex Fatio, 1905; , TL: Lugano, Ticino, Switzerland
druentius; (French Alps)
fatioi
leponticus

Pitymys tatricus Kratochvil, 1952
Tatra Tatra Pine Vole
Pitymys tatricus Kratochvil, 1952; Acta Acad. Sci. nat. moravo-siles. 24: 155-194, TL: High Tatra Mts, Czechoslovakia

Pitymys bavaricus König, 1962
Bavaria Bavarian Pine Vole
Pitymys bavaricus König, 1962; , TL: Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavarian Alps, Germany (730 m)

Pitymys liechtensteini Wettstein, 1927
NW.Yugoslavia. See [About maps] Pitymys liechtensteini Wettstein, 1927; (Crotia, Yugoslavia)

Pitymys schelkovnikovi (Satunin, 1907)
Talysh Mts, Elburz Mts. See [About maps] Microtus schelkovnikovi Satunin, 1907; , TL: Near village of Dzhi, Talysh Mts, SW. of Caspian Sea
Pitymys subterraneus dorothea Ellerman, 1948; , TL: South of Kuramabad, Elburz Mts, Iran

Pitymys majori (Thomas, 1906)
Caucasus, Asia Minor. See [About maps] Microtus majori Thomas, 1906; , TL: Sumela, S. of Trebizond, Asia Minor
?ciscaucasicus; (N. Caucasus)
colchicus
?daghestanicus; (E. Caucasus)
fingeri; (NW. Asai Minor)
intermedius Shidlovsky, 1919
nasarovi
rubelianus
Arbusticola rubelianus vinogradovi Sviridenko, 1936; (N. Caucasus) (nomen nudum)
Microtus major labensis Heptner, 1948; Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR 60: 709-712 (New name for A. r. vinogradovi Sviridenko, 1936
Microtus vinogradovi Fetisov, 1936
Microtus majori suramensis Heptner, 1948; Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR 60: 709-712 (New name for Microtus rubelianus intermedius Shidlovsky, 1919 preoccupied by Microtus intermedius Taylor, 1911

Pitymys savii (de Sélys Longchamps, 1838)
Italy, SW.France, Pyrenees, NW.Spain, Sicily. See [About maps] Arvicola savii de Sélys Longchamps, 1838; , TL: Near Pisa, Italy
selysii
savii pyrenaicus (de Sélys Longchamps, 1838); (France and N. Spain)
brunneus
gerbii
planiceps
savii nebrodensis Mina-Palumbo, 1868; (Sicily)
Pitymys savii brachycercus Lehmann, 1961; , TL: Camigliatello Silano, Calabria, Italy
Pitymys savii felteni Malec & Storch, 1963; , TL: Trnovo, Macedonia, Yugoslavia

Pitymys lusitanicus (Gerbe, 1879)
Iberia Peninsula, SW.France. See [About maps] Lusitanian Pine Vole
Arvicola lusitanicus Gerbe, 1879; (Portugal)
?depressus
hurdanensis; (Salamanca)
mariae; (Galicia, Spain)
?pelandonius; (Burgos)
Microtus savii gerritmilleri Kretzoi, 1958; (New name for Pitymys depressus Miller, 1908)

Pitymys duodecimcostatus (de Sélys Longchamps, 1839)
SE.France (Provence, Rhone Valley), Spain. See [About maps] Arvicola duodecimcostatus de Sélys Longchamps, 1839; (Montpelier, Gard, France)
centralis; (Burgos)
flavescens; (Catalonia)
fuscus
ibericus; (Murcia)
pascuus; (Valencia)
provincialis
regulus; (Granada)

Pitymys thomasi (Barrett-Hamilton, 1903)
Yugoslavia, Greece. See [About maps] Microtus thomasi Barrett-Hamilton, 1903; (Vranici, Montenegro, Yugoslavia)
atticus; (Greece)
byroni

Pitymys pinetorum (Le Conte, 1830)
NA. See [About maps] Psammomys pinetorum Le Conte, 1830; Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist., New York, 3: 133, TL: Pine forests of Georgia
Microtus pinetorum auricularis V. Bailey, 1898; Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington, 12: 90, TL: Washington, Adams Co.,Mississippi
Arvicola scalopsoides Aubudon & Bachman, 1841; Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phildelphia, 1(1841-1843): 97, TL: Long Island, N. Y.
Pitymys pinetorum carbonarius Handley, 1952; Juorn. Washington Acad. Sci., 42 (5): 152, TL: Eubank, Pulaski Co., Ky.
Pitymys pinetorum schmidti Jackson, 1941; Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington, 54: 201, TL: Worden Township, Clark Co., Wisconsin
Microtus pinetorum nemoralis V. Bailey, 1898; Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington, 12: 89, TL: Stilwell, Adair Co., Oklahoma

Pitymys quasiater (Coues, 1874)
Mexico. See [About maps] Arvicola pinetorum var. quasiater Coues, 1874; Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 26: 191, TL: Jalapa, Veracruz, Mexico

Pitymys parvulus A. H. Howell, 1916
Florida. See [About maps] Pitymys parvulus A. H. Howell, 1916; Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington, 29: 83, TL: Ocala [=Lynne Planting Station of U.S. Forest Service, near Lynne], Marion Co., Florida

Probably under some other name nowadays, this entry is from [LNAM]. --msa



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[LNAM]
Gerrit S. Miller Jr., Remington Kellog, 1955; List of North American Recent Mammals; United States National Museum, Bulletin 205


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