Therefore, squirrels were individually identified by pelage
characteristics following an adaptation of the coat color typology offered by Creed and Sharp (1958).
One of the patterns of interest we found was the overall difference in pelage
color range amplitude between males and females, which to our knowledge was not previously reported.
We confirmed this by viewing both day-time and night-time photos of partially-black cats with unique pelage
Thus the identity of a wild-living cat in taxonomic space will be different depending on whether it is determined by looking at the cat's mtDNA, its nuclear microsatellites or its pelage
It can be identified based on the following characters: medium size (FA < 42 mm), with red-colored pelage
varying from rusty red to brownish red, and dorsal pelage
extending to the knees over the uropatagium.
Also, with that thick sheep-like pelage
from sleeping outside, he was tediously slow upon exiting the water.
This entirely new repertoire has been largely inspired by two young musicians of French West Indies descent: Ralph Lavital on guitar and Nicolas Pelage
Ce n'est pas par ses actions, ses poses ou sa gestuelle que Sam a reussi a attendrir les internautes, mais parce qu'il a des sourcils noirs contrastant avec son pelage
For example, during winters where snow accumulation is minimal, animals that change to white may have a harder time avoiding mortality, such as predation, where the ones that maintain the brown pelage
may have the advantage of increased survivorship based on the lack of snow, and thereby avoid predation.
ABSTRACT: Moose (Alces alces) survive cold winter temperatures due to their large body size, thick skin, and dense, dark pelage
and moulting in wild mammals with special reference to aquatic forms.
Critiques argue that the shortage of trained staff and lack of rehabilitation shelters still continue to pelage
India's mental health infrastructure depriving the disadvantaged from better prospects (4-6).