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Noun1.Mustelidae - weaselsMustelidae - weasels; polecats; ferrets; minks; fishers; otters; badgers; skunks; wolverines; martens
mammal family - a family of mammals
Carnivora, order Carnivora - cats; lions; tigers; panthers; dogs; wolves; jackals; bears; raccoons; skunks; and members of the suborder Pinnipedia
mustelid, musteline, musteline mammal - fissiped fur-bearing carnivorous mammals
genus Mustela, Mustela - type genus of the family Mustelidae: minks and weasels
genus Ictonyx, Ictonyx - a genus of Mustelidae
Lutrinae, subfamily Lutrinae - subdivision not used in some classifications: otters
genus Lutra, Lutra - in some classifications considered a genus of the subfamily Lutrinae
Enhydra, genus Enhydra - sea otters
Mephitinae, subfamily Mephitinae - subdivision not used in some classifications: skunks
genus Mephitis, Mephitis - in some classifications: type genus of the subfamily Mephitinae
Conepatus, genus Conepatus - a genus of Mustelidae
genus Spilogale, Spilogale - a genus of Mustelidae
Melinae, subfamily Melinae - subdivision not used in some classifications: badgers
genus Taxidea, Taxidea - in some classifications considered a genus of subfamily Melinae
genus Meles, Meles - in some classifications: type genus of the subfamily Melinae
genus Melogale, Melogale - a genus of Mustelidae
Arctonyx, genus Arctonyx - a genus of Mustelidae
genus Gulo, Gulo - a genus of Mustelidae
genus Grison - a genus of Mustelidae
genus Galictis - alternative name for the genus Grison
genus Martes, Martes - martens
Charronia, genus Charronia - a genus of Mustelidae
Eira, genus Eira - a genus of Mustelidae
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Key words: Mustelidae, sympatric species, invasive species, coastal habitat, diet overlap, monthly variation
Mammals with the highest levels of SSD include those in Primates, Mustelidae, Pinnipedia, Elephantidae, and Ruminantia; in these orders, males may be three times larger than females (Ralls, 1977; Weckerly, 1998).
Segundo Queiroz e Carvalho (2005), nessa mesma sepultura, foi evidenciado um esqueleto de animal parcialmente completo, articulado, com esqueleto em conexao anatomica, com poucos ossos menores dispersos, tratando-se de um representante da familia Mustelidae, um furao Galictis cuja (Molina 1782), cujas caracteristicas morfologicas levam a acreditar que este teria sido inumado antes da fase adulta (figura 4).
After confirming that the captured vertebrate belongs to Mustelidae family, an experimental introduction was carried out during the month of August 2010.
Asimismo, la prueba diagnostica empleada en el presente caso no ha sido especificamente validada en hurones criados en cautiverio, aunque ha sido previamente empleada en primates no humanos (Familias Cebidae, Aotidae, Atelidae, Pitheciidae, Homonidae y Cercophiteciidae), carnivoros (Familias Felidae, Ursidae, Mustelidae y Procyonidae) y artiodactilos (Familia Bovidae) (Munoz et al.
Trophic segregation of small carnivorans (Carnivora: Mustelidae and Mephitidae) from Southern Cone of South America.
Some scientists classify the skunk as a subfamily of the Mustelidae family of weasels, but genetic evidence suggests they may not be as closely related as once thought.
La comadreja (Mustela frenata) es un mamifero carnivoro de la familia Mustelidae, con una amplia distribucion que va desde el norte de Canada hasta el norte de Sudamerica (Sheffield & Thomas 1997, Hunter 2011) donde habita desde ambientes alpinos y articos hasta bosques tropicales (Svendsen 2003).
Mae'r bele yn anifail sy'n gynhenid i Ynysoedd Prydain ac yn perthyn i deulu'r Mustelidae, sef yr un teulu a'r wenci, y carlwm a'r ffwlbart.
Natural AMDV infection mainly occurs in the Mustelidae family (3) and causes immune complex-mediated disease (4).
Enamel structure of arctoid carnivora: Amphicyonidae, Ursidae, Procyonidae and Mustelidae.
The Mustelidae (weasel family) is quite large, consisting of not only weasels but minks, ferrets, martens, badgers and otters.