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I can't even be certain this is one of the two Apodemus species - it could be a house mouse.
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I think it has too much red in the fur to be a house mouse, also looks too 'clean' in its colouration. It can not be a yellow-necked mouse due to it being in West Wales and outside its distribution range.
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Lat/Lng: 52.0, -4.0
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