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I think it is more likely to be a short tailed vole ie bank vole
The short tail is indicative of the short-tailed vole(!), which is the field vole (as IDd by Syrphus), not the bank vole.
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Thank you, Short tailed vole it will be.
Syrphus is right, this is a short-tailed field vole.
Incidentally, the common vole you name M. arvalis is a continental species only found on Orkney and Guernsey in Britain; the bank vole is Myodes glareolus. Confusing, I know, why do we give a very rare vole the vernacular name "common vole"? But then why common gull or common seal when neither are anywhere near as common as similar species?
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