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 (mă-măl′ə-jē, -mŏl′-)
The branch of zoology that deals with mammals.

mam′ma·log′i·cal (măm′ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) adj.
mam·mal′o·gist n.
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In addition, this method gives values that are commonly used in the mammalogical literature.
1972: The food habit of Tsushima leopard cat, Felis bengalensis sp., analyzed from their scats.--Journal of Mammalogical Society of Japan 5: 155-169.
In: 10th International Mammalogical Congress, Mendoza, Argentina, 9-14 August 2009.
Twelve out of the 55 papers are written in Japanese, reports of fisheries institutes, conference proceedings papers and others in the Japanese Journal of Zoo Wildlife and Medicine, in Zoological Science, a publication of the Zoological Society ofJapan and in Mammal Study, produced by the Mammalogical Society of Japan.
Currently, Venezuela has 43 National Parks of which 23 have mammalogical records (Handley 1976, Valdez et al.
& MEDELLIN, R., 2009.- Diversity, composition and distribution of the introduced mammals of Mexico: 87 (en) Abstracts, of the 10th International Mammalogical Congress.
In Proceedings of the Symposium on Wild Animals and Traffic Accidents: Monitoring, Analysis, Prevention Measures, and Measure Evaluation, IXth International Mammalogical Congress (IMC 9), Sapporo, Japan, pp.
Davis was a member of several wildlife and mammalogical organizations, among them, the American Society of Mammalogists.
(In Japanese with English summary.) Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan 7:17-30.
The Mammalogical Society of Japan announced last year that about half of the 174 mammal species in and around Japan are in danger of extinction.