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Peromyscus levipesMerriam, 1898, commonly called the nimbled-footed deermouse, is 1 of 56 species of Peromyscus. It is often confused with other members of the boylii group; therefore, researchers may need to rely on craniometric and karyotypic data to make a positive identification. P. levipes is found in Mexico on both sides of the Sierra Madre Oriental from central Nuevo Leon and western Tamaulipas to central Veracruz and into the northern slopes of the Transversal Neo volcanic area from Queretaro through Morelos. It has a preference for rocky areas in mixed forest associations, cloud forest, tall sacaton grass, and mixed grasses.