Organ weight-body weight relations in the family mustelidae
: the mink (Mustela vison).
which also includes weasels, martens, polecats, badgers, skunks, grisons and minks.
Order Carnivora Family Mustelidae
(Weasels) Mustela erminea ROM 26381 complete left humerus.
SPECIES: Otters are members of the mammal family Mustelidae
and are related to pine martens, stoats, weasels, polecats and badgers.
Family Dipodidae (Zapodinae) (jumping mice) Zapus hudsonius (Zimmermann), I meadow jumping mouse Order Carnivora (canids) Family Canidae (canids) Canis latrans Say, coyote I Urocyon cinereoargenteus I (Schreber), gray fox Vulpes vulpes (Linnaeus), red fox I Family Procyonidae (raccoons and allies) Procyon lotor (Linnaeus), raccoon I Family Mustelidae
(weasels, badger, otter) Lutra canadensis (Schrebder), river otter I The river otter became extirpated in 1942, but was reintroduced between 1995 and 1999.
All fur-bearing mammals of the family Mustelidae
, including but not limited to badger, ermine, skunk, otter, zorille, and wolverine.
For example many members of the Family Mustelidae
are vulnerable to extreme temperatures resulting from their tubular body shape.
Order Carnivora, Family Mustelidae
. In: Mammal species of the world: A taxonomic and geographic reference (DE Wilson and DM Reeder, eds.).
mustelae tapeworms are small carnivores of the family Mustelidae
, such as weasels and martens (9).
martis tapeworms (cestodes) live and produce eggs in the intestines of definitive hosts, weasels (family Mustelidae
), which also includes pine martens, stone martens, polecats, badgers, wolverines, and stoats (6).