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A specific name is justified from the picture at this location. It is in range for A. flavicollis, and unless you had the beast in the hand and checked the extent of the yellow collar the ID should be to genus only.
recording wildlife with The Recorder's Year on www.hbrg.org.uk/TRY.html.
of it in the holding bag, no yellow, and in two years of Dormouse surveys, where we found mice in the boxes, we have not found a single Yellow-necked Mouse they have all been Woodmice. We did find this strange as where we did some of our training in 2009, only 5 miles away, we found only Yellow-necked mice. We are on a just above sea level plain and the other hilly woodland.
Howardian Local Nature Reserve
Thanks, Roger. I made the comment as much for others as for you!
they both look the same from the top you realy do need to see the front of their necks to distuguish.
Lat/Lng: 51.5, -3.2
OS grid ref: ST2079