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Fox

(foks),
George H., U.S. dermatologist, 1846-1937. See: Fox-Fordyce disease.

Fox

(foks),
Lewis, 20th-century U.S. periodontist. See: Goldman-Fox knives.
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We recovered data from seven kit fox (two females, five males) between October 2014 and September 2016.
Target species Taxon Spotted knapweed Centaurea stoebe (small) ([dagger]) plant Spotted knapweed (medium) ([dagger]) Spotted knapweed (large) ([dagger]) Kit fox Vulpes macrotis mutica and coyote Canis mammal latrans Desert tortoise Gopherus agassizii reptile Spotted-tailed quoll Dasyurus maculatus mammal Felids Puma concolor, Lynx rufus and Felis catus mammal Foxes Vulpes vulpes, V.
On 29 April 2012 an aggressive interaction between a kit fox and a badger was recorded with an infrared camera.
During January 1978, an extensive wildlife survey in the Whitehorse Basin of Harney and Malheur counties resulted in observations of only 3 Kit Foxes; surveyors noted that each Kit Fox was unexpectedly found in sand dune systems, and sightings seemed to have become increasingly rare (ODFW, unpubl, data).
In the 1980s, portions of the northern kit fox range were targeted for an extensive rodent poisoning campaign, which left large expanses of grassland devoid of the California ground squirrel for many years (Orloff et al.
Joint effects of density dependence and rainfall on abundance of San Joaquin kit fox. J.
"What has happened here is that the town has grown up around the foxes." But for conservation biologists, the San Joaquin kit fox's adaptation to civilization has not made the animal any less mysterious--even in its numbers.
The average sequence divergence was 0.28% [+ or -] 0.13% among kit fox genotypes and 0.31% [+ or -] 0.15% among swift fox genotypes.
We conducted carnivore scat removal experiments along gravel (maintained) and two-track dirt (unmaintained) roads during summer and winter, corresponding with periods preceding kit fox juvenile dispersal (July and August) and breeding (January and February), respectively.
Cameras recorded kit fox (Vulpes macrotis), coyote, common raven, and greater roadrunner (Geococcyx californianus) scavenging 10 of the carcasses (Fig.
Stable isotopes evaluate exploitation of anthropogenic foods by the endangered San Joaquin kit fox (Vulpes macrotis mutica).
Tiny rare shrimp that come to life for just a few weeks each spring still have ephemeral vernal pools to live in, and the diminutive San Joaquin kit fox still roams the hills and valleys.