소백산국립공원 내 환경특성에 따른 설치류의 분포 특징

임춘우 1
Chun-Woo LIM 1
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1서울여자대학교 생물학과
1Dept. of Biology, Seoul Women's University

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Published Online: Dec 31, 2015


This study was conducted to differences in distribution of rodents in relation to enviroment type in Sobaeksan National Park. 123 individuals of three species, such as Apodemus agrarius, Apodemus peninsulae, Myodes regulus were captured in this study. A. agrarius, A. peninsulae, M. regulus showed statistically significant differences according to altitude of rodents distribution in study area((One-way ANOVA, F=21.815, p<0.05). A. agrarius is prefer to lower the average altitude than A. peninsulae and M. regulus. However, A. peninsulae and M. regulus has been shown to prefer the a similar altitude. Distinction in distribution of rodents in relation to vegetation type showed that a significant difference(Chi-square test, χ2=43.797, p=0.00). A. agrarius were shown higher number of captured in open-space, A. peninsulae were in Japanese larch plantation forest, and M. regulus were in Deciduous forest. At the same altitude, the distribution of the rodents were differences relation to habitat type in study area(Chi-square test, χ2=32.429, p=0.00). A. agrarius is a generalist species, prefer Heliport(open-space). A. peninsulae and M. regulus is a forest-dwelling rodents, prefers deciduous forest.

Keywords: forest-dwelling rodents; Sobaeksan National Park; enviroment type