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The ecological relationships of three cricetine species-Peromyscus maniculatus, Peromyscus boylii, and Neotoma stephensi-and their utilization of habitat were revealed by species removals from unfenced plots and vegetation tailoring experiments. When N. stephensi, a woodland and shrubland species of woodrat, was removed from a manzanita-oak shrubland and pinyon-juniper woodland, P. boylii showed few significant changes in its use of the vegetational microhabitats on the grid or in the nature of its arboreal activity. However, when P. boylii, a woodland and shrubland mouse, was removed from a grid in juniper-oak shrubland and juniper grassland, both P. maniculatus, an inhabitant of open habitats such as grassland,...