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mustelid

a member of the Mustelidae family.
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This result contrasted with the results from three sites in southern Arctic shrub tundra, where very few tracks were recorded in the tunnels, despite the fact that stoats and weasels were observed and caught in snap traps, and winter nests predated by small mustelids were found (Arctic Predators project, www.
Sometimes the movements of species directly reverse the logic of planned acclimatisation: insofar as mustelids were introduced to combat the rabbit population, Guthrie-Smith finds it ironic 'that the weasel should have arrived on the station before the rabbit [.
The interrelationships of chromosome banding patterns in canids, mustelids, hyena, and felids.
These species included Plesiosorex donroosai (5), an insectivore, the rodents Umbogaulus galushai, and Megasminthus gladiofex (3), the mustelids Brachypsalis sp.
They are, in fact, mustelids, related to stoats, polecats, otters and badgers.
Winter distribution and abundance of mustelids and beavers in the river valleys of Bialowieza Primeval Forest.
Character displacement, sexual dimorphism, and morphologicalvariation among British and kish Mustelids.
Adult tapeworms may infect humans, canines, felines, bears, pinnipeds (seals, sea lions, and walruses), and mustelids (weasels and wolverines).
At this time, the impact of piscivorous birds is almost absent, and the loss caused by mustelids may be significantly decreased using special protection fences (Hallikainen, 2001).
Carnivores included two felids, jaguarundi (Herpailurus yagouaroundi; n=5) and little-spotted cat (Leopardus tigrinus; n=2); one canid, the crab-eating fox (Cerdocyon thous; n=4); one procyonid, the coati (Nasua nasua; n=2) and two species of mustelids, tayra (Eira barbara; n=2) and lesser grison (Galictis cuja; n=1).
Effects of rat poisoning operations on abundance and diet of mustelids in New Zealand podocarp forests.