Mustela nivalis


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of Europe

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The criteria for identification of the weasel described by [13] enabled us to confirm its belonging to Mustela nivalis species.
Food habits of stoats Mustela erminea and weasels Mustela nivalis in Denmark.
Niche separation between the weasel Mustela nivalis and stoat M.
Mustela nivalis ranged farther to the south in prehistoric times.
First records of least weasel, Mustela nivalis, from Missouri and southwestern Iowa.
The impact of spacing behavior in microtine rodents on the dynamics of least weasels Mustela nivalis - a hypothesis.
1997: Prey selection of the least weasel Mustela nivalis in the laboratory.
The weasel of Egypt was previously treated as a subspecies of that cosmopolitan Common Weasel, in scientific lingo Mustela nivalis subpalmata.
Key words: least weasel, Mustela nivalis, predator, tundra, lemming cycles, Lemmus sibiricus, lemming winter nests, tracking tunnels, monitoring, stable isotope analysis, Taimyr
Anatomical and behavioral aspects of killing and feeding by the least weasel Mustela nivalis L.
Wolf, Canis lupus D Arctic Fox, Alopex lagopus D T T Stoat, Mustela erminea D T Least Weasel, Mustela nivalis Wolverine, Gulo gulo D Reindeer, Rangifer tarandus T T T TABLE 3.
5 times the consumption rate) by the common weasel Mustela nivalis vulgaris (see also Oksanen 1990 for data on the least weasel).
Weasels from Bialowieza belong to the vulgaris subspecies of Mustela nivalis (see Schmidt 1992), and they do not breed in winter (Jedrzejewska 1987, King 1989).