Alces alces

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Synonyms for Alces alces

large northern deer with enormous flattened antlers in the male

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Accuracy and repeatability of moose (Alces alces) age as estimated from dental cement layers.
Complexity and infomiation gaps in recovery planning for moose (Alces alces americana) in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Moose Alces alces habitat use at multiple temporal scales in a human-altered landscape.--Wildl.
Alces alces (Linnaeus 1758) (moose) a giraffid; Okapia johnstoni (Sclater 1901) (okapi) a Hippopotamid; Choeropsis liberiensis (Morton 1849) (pygmy hippos) a suid; Hylochoerus minertzhageni (Thomas 1904) (giant forest hog) (Janis 1988).
Cet age correspond a la periode connue de l'existence de cette espece, laquelle a precede l'arrivee de l'elan moderne Alces alces au nord-est de l'Amerique du Nord, en provenance de l'ouest du continent nord-americain et de l'Eurasie.
25/10 25/12 30/8 Equus caballus 15/6 13/6 55/9 Canis familiaris 2/2 1/1 Felis domesticus (1) Alces alces 14/4 Bos taurus?
Geographical and latitudinal variation in growth patterns and adult body size of Swedish moose (Alces alces).
Brainworm, Parelaphostrongylus tenuis in moose, Alces alces, and white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus, of Nova Scotia.
In general, Sweden has a healthy moose (Alces alces) population with a high reproductive rate and rapid population turnover.
For example, a management strategy that focuses on elevated yield for an interior Alaska moose Alces alces population has resulted in the population nearing nutritional limitation due to over-browsing and reduced habitat quality (Boertje et al.
Wolf (Canis lupus) Winter Density and Territory Size in a Low Biomass Moose (Alces alces) System.
Habitat deterioration and the migratory behaviour of moose (Alces alces L.) in Norway.
For moose (Alces alces), all have proved important when assessing population dynamics of certain populations.