Lutra lutra

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Related to Lutra lutra: Meles meles, Glaucidium passerinum
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otter found in Europe and Asia

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1996: Competition between American mink Mustela vison and otter Lutra lutra during winter.
The Eurasian otter Lutra lutra, a top aquatic predator, has long been characterised as a flagship species of undisturbed, healthy environments (Stevens et al.
meles and the coyote Canis latrans, followed by the red fox Vulpes vulpes, and the river otter Lutra lutra, the lion Panthera leo, the wolf Canis lupus, the leopard Panthera pardus, and the puma (Table 3).
Spatially restricted gene flow and reduced microsatellite polymorphism in the Eurasian otter Lutra lutra in Britain.
Although Perca fluviatilis is a predator fish species it is an important prey for top predators such as Esox lucius Sander lucioperca Silurus glanis and Lutra lutra (Adams 1991; Czarnecki et al 2003; Copp and Kovac 2003; Kangur et al.
Cyprinid prey remains in otter Lutra lutra faeces: some words of caution.
c) Natura 2000 sites and PLH020011 Janowickie Ore Mountains and Kaczawskie PLH020037 - supplement the knowledge of the winter season on the occurrence of the otter Lutra Lutra including an assessment of the state of its preservation, identification, description and evaluation of existing and potential threats to it, defining objectives of conservation measures and an indication - if necessary - the appropriate protective measures.
Varia- tion in cranial form and sexual dimorphism among five European population of the otter Lutra lutra (L.
Likewise, surveys to detect spraints and other signs has been a primary method for assessing the presence and distribution of Eurasian otters Lutra lutra (e.
Otter, Lutra lutra, occurrence in Europe and in France in relation to landscape characteristics.
Analysis of otter Lutra lutra spraints: Part 1: Comparison of methods to estimate prey proportions; Part 2: Estimation of the size of prey fish.
8%, respectively); carnivores-brown bear Ursus arctos, wolf Canis lupus, Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx, otter Lutra lutra, red fox Vulpes vulpes, European badger Meles meles, stone marten Martes foina, pine marten M.