The Mice ClipArt gallery includes 22 illustrations of deer mice, dormice, field mice, harvest mice, meadow mice, pine mice, and other members of the Mus genus.

A field mouse

Field mouse

A field mouse

Mouse

Mouse

Mouse

A mouse

Mouse

A mouse

A mouse

Mouse

A mouse

A mouse nibbling on a shrub.

Mouse

A mouse nibbling on a shrub.

"It is of a grayish-fawn color, with ten longitudinal brown strips along the back. Between the size of a field mouse and a black rat." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Barbary Mouse

"It is of a grayish-fawn color, with ten longitudinal brown strips along the back. Between the size…

"Quite larger than that of the brown rat, and lives, like that pecies, in the houses." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Cairo Mouse

"Quite larger than that of the brown rat, and lives, like that pecies, in the houses." — S. G.…

It is about 4 inches long with a long scaly tail and enlarged hind quarters and hind feet, allowing them to jump several feet in lengths.

Deer Mouse

It is about 4 inches long with a long scaly tail and enlarged hind quarters and hind feet, allowing…

It is about 4 inches long with a long scaly tail and enlarged hind quarters and hind feet, allowing them to jump several feet in lengths.

Deer Mouse

It is about 4 inches long with a long scaly tail and enlarged hind quarters and hind feet, allowing…

The genus Peromyscus contains species commonly referred to as deer mice. This is a genus of New World mouse only distantly related to the common house mouse, Mus musculus. The most common species of deer mouse in the continental United States are two closely related species, P. maniculatus, and P. leucopus. In the USA, Peromyscus is also the most populous mammalian species overall.

Deer Mouse

The genus Peromyscus contains species commonly referred to as deer mice. This is a genus of New World…

When a dormouse holds a nut to make a hole in it, he holds it between his two forepaws like hands.

Dormouse

When a dormouse holds a nut to make a hole in it, he holds it between his two forepaws like hands.

A small Old World rodent that is very squirrel-like.

Dormouse

A small Old World rodent that is very squirrel-like.

"The Dormouse is a small European mammal. The name dormouse refers to the torpid state in which it passes the severe part of the winter, hence it has ever been called the Sleeper."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Dormouse

"The Dormouse is a small European mammal. The name dormouse refers to the torpid state in which it passes…

A small mouse. Their shape is neat and gracile; they have full eyes, shapely limbs, and long hairy tails.

Dormouse

A small mouse. Their shape is neat and gracile; they have full eyes, shapely limbs, and long hairy tails.

Dormice are rodents of the family Gliridae. (This family is also variously called Myoxidae or Muscardinidae by different taxonomists). Dormice are mostly found in Europe, although some live in Africa and Asia. They are particularly known for their long periods of hibernation.

Dormouse

Dormice are rodents of the family Gliridae. (This family is also variously called Myoxidae or Muscardinidae…

The Meadow Vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus), sometimes called the Field Mouse or Meadow Mouse, is a small North American vole found across Canada, Alaska and the northern United States. Its range extends further south along the Atlantic coast. One subspecies, the Florida Salt Marsh Vole, is found in Florida, and is classified as endangered. The Meadow Vole is active year-round, usually at night. It also digs underground burrows where it stores food for the winter and females give birth to their young. Although these animals tend to live close together, they are aggressive towards one other. This is particularly evident in males during the breeding season. It can cause damage to fruit trees, garden plants and commercial grain crops.

Field Mouse

The Meadow Vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus), sometimes called the Field Mouse or Meadow Mouse, is a small…

Dendromys Typicus. "Size of the common mice, and are of a pearly-gray color, and have a black band running along the back." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Free Mouse

Dendromys Typicus. "Size of the common mice, and are of a pearly-gray color, and have a black band running…

"The smallest of mice, and perhaps the very minutest of mammalia, an English half-penny weighing down two of them, lives in the fields and makes his little nest two or three feet from the ground on several standing stalks of wheat, bound together by grass." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Harvest Mouse

"The smallest of mice, and perhaps the very minutest of mammalia, an English half-penny weighing down…

"It being four to five inches long, the tail nearly the length of the body. Its color is a yellowish-fawn above and white below; the eyes are large and prominent; ears large. It lives in the woods and fields in the summer, but in winter it resorts to the granaries." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Long Tailed Field Mouse

"It being four to five inches long, the tail nearly the length of the body. Its color is a yellowish-fawn…

"Meadow-Mouse (Arvicola riparius)."-Whitney, 1902

Meadow Mouse

"Meadow-Mouse (Arvicola riparius)."-Whitney, 1902

A North american meadow mouse. About 4 inches long of a rich dark reddish brown color, with very smooth, glossy fur.

Pine Mouse

A North american meadow mouse. About 4 inches long of a rich dark reddish brown color, with very smooth,…

It is four inches long with a scaly tail. Its fur is hispid and glossy.

Rice Field Mouse

It is four inches long with a scaly tail. Its fur is hispid and glossy.