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Synonyms for mink

the expensive fur of a mink

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fur coat made from the soft lustrous fur of minks


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slender-bodied semiaquatic mammal having partially webbed feet

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An attempt to determine the size of biometric differences in the skull of two colour variants of american mink (Neovison vison).
Morphometric traits of the heart in standard and mutational colour variants of American mink (Neovison vison).
American mink (Neovison vison) are a semi-aquatic mustelid that inhabits marine and freshwater systems over a wide geographic range.
We captured seven American mink (three males and four females) over 994 trap nights.
This study examined the habitat selection patterns of American mink during winter while considering differences in spatial scale and gender.
This competitive interaction has been observed in Europe between Eurasian otter and invasive American mink populations (Bonesi et al., 2003).
High prevalence of pathogenic Leptospira in alien American mink (Neovison vison) in Patagonia.
The American mink in Europe: Status, impacts and control.
Turning back the tide of American mink invasion at an unprecedented scale through community participation and adaptive management.
In this article, we assess patterns in the occurrence of den sites of the American mink in a locality of central Spain.
The riverine habitat houses a high diversity of suitable prey for the American mink. From mink scat analysis (P.
American mink in Salamanca used a wide range of places for sheltering, but preferred tree root systems, and we found only little evidence of their use of holes (only 6.3% of 79 dens).
Evaluating the effect of American mink, an alien invasive species, on the abundance of a native community: Is coexistence possible?
Effective control of nonnative American mink by strategic trapping in a river catchment in mainland Britain.
The burden of co-occupancy: Interspecific resource competition and spacing patterns in American Mink, Mustela vison, J.
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