Populations may flutuate widely, peaking every 3-4 years. Frenzied dispersal occurs as populations peak and food supply dwindles; incurs high mortality during dispersal (Whitaker 1980). Home range reportedly is 3.5-6 sq yards (Whitaker 1980).
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