Ecology and adaptations by hamster species (Cricetinae) in anthropogenous environments

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Here is the brief review on ecology and adaptations by hamster species in anthropogenous environments inhabiting in Russia. Hamsters do not usually become a dominant of community, single life and that is why they are not a serious pest of agriculture and do not have large medical significance. Although some species do have the ability to increase in number in agrolandscapes and cities. Becoming a real synanthropic, extruding from the city habitats: the house mouse (grey hamster in Armenia) and the brown rat (common hamster in Crimea). At the same time, change of character of land tenure and the application of rodenticides and pesticides can lead to area reduction or even complete extinction (a common hamster in Europe, ciscaucasian hamster in Dagestan)

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Hamsters, cricetinae, ecology, adaptation, review, synanthropia

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