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Related to Vulpes: genus Vulpes, foxes, Canidae, Vulpes zerda
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Noun1.Vulpes - foxesVulpes - foxes          
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
Canidae, family Canidae - dogs; wolves; jackals; foxes
Vulpes vulpes, red fox - the common Old World fox; having reddish-brown fur; commonly considered a single circumpolar species
Vulpes fulva, red fox - New World fox; often considered the same species as the Old World fox
prairie fox, Vulpes velox, kit fox - small grey fox of the plains of western North America
kit fox, Vulpes macrotis - small grey fox of southwestern United States; may be a subspecies of Vulpes velox
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48% Herpestes ichneumon Vulpes Total (ichneumon/ sp.
In early popular books on American game fishes, the common name "ladyfish" was used to describe various inshore coastal fish, including Albula vulpes, today otherwise known as the bonefish.
It is home to several globally threatened species of birds and mammals, such as Syrian Serin Serinus syriacus, Lesser Kestrel Falco naumanni, Blanford's Fox Vulpes cana and Nubian Ibex Capra nubiana.
grids stations camera-nights Badger Taxidea taxus 27 46 51 Coyote Canis latrans 50 164 207 Raccoon Procyon lotor 12 28 46 Striped Skunk Mephitis mephitis 24 52 89 Swift Fox Vulpes velox 45 149 280 TABLE 2--Model selection results for swift fox occupancy on 52 grids surveyed in eastern Colorado, August-October 2011.
As Gropp, Vesala, and Vulpes (2006) point out, market indicators, such as spreads on debt, have the advantage of being more frequently observed and more forward-looking than accounting data.
The study identifies a newly discovered 3 to 5-million-year-old Tibetan fox from the Himalayan Mountains, Vulpes qiuzhudingi, as the likely ancestor of the living Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus), lending support to the idea that the evolution of present-day animals of the Arctic region is intimately connected to ancestors that first became adapted for life in cold regions in the high altitude environments of the Tibetan Plateau.
A nonepistatic interaction of agouti and extension in the fox, Vulpes vulpes.
Red Fox, Vulpes vulpes; Beaver, Castor canadensis; Bobcat, Lynx rufus) totaled an additional 16 species.
On a Siberian fur farm, Belyaev raised silver foxes, Vulpes vulpes, and observed the young of each litter.
For example, in 1 study in Illinois, coyotes (Canis latrans) and foxes (red foxes, Vulpes vulpes and gray foxes, Urocyon cinereoargenteus) were rarely detected, and bobcats (Felis rufus) were not detected by sooted track plates although they were commonly seen (e.
The fact is, if you happen to be on the lookout for something to hunt through today's rapidly urbanizing countryside, Homo sapiens has several advantages over Vulpes vulpes, Britain's common red fox.