A female trapped in Gage County on 8 February 1999 evinced no reproductive activity and remained in its white winter pelage
reveal[s] fof the oryx's legs ("hooves" being metonymical), set against the brilliant white of its pelage
, are likened to stripes of dye on a piece of stuff.
P] considers the effects of pelage
on heat loss and heat absorption and incorporates seasonal variation in surface albedo due to accumulated snow.
Effectc of light and cyclic activity of wool follicles and possible relationships to changes in the pelage
of other mammals.
As summer coats replace winter pelage
, the warmer 59 degrees may be more comfortable.
Due to the taxonomic splitting approach of the time, Young and Goldman (1944) identified 23 subspecies of North American gray wolves (based on skull measurements, pelage
color, and size) and mapped their geographic distribution.
The trappers returned when the foxes were in thick winter pelage
He reported that a trapper had taken about 200 individuals in the past three winters in the dunes region but that only two of them were in white pelage
EFBWBO's London-based vice president, Sandrah Monthieux Pelage
Marked changes in the original wild-type pelage
are evident in Swiss naturalist Konrad Gesner's description of the local rats he saw, which were: 'colore subniger, vel fuscus, qui ventrem versus dilutior est' (Gesner 1551).
In addition, research on growth, pelage
and other anatomical features, behavior, and parasitism and other infections are underway or completed.
of Hopital Lariboissiere in Paris to the Congress of Interventional Radiology Society of Europe (CIRSE) meeting at Maastricht, Netherlands.