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ISSN 0289-0003, 2012, Volume 29, Issue 11, pp. 753 - 760
The red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is the most widely distributed terrestrial carnivore in the world, occurring throughout most of North America, Europe, Asia, and... 
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哺乳類科学, ISSN 0385-437X, 2012, Volume 52, Issue 2, pp. 199 - 206
Linear dominance hierarchies among the littermates of wild red fox (Vulpes vulpes) are known to exist, although they tend to live alone. The purpose of the... 
red fox in Hokkaido | affiliative network | Vulpes vulpes schrencki | dominance hierarchy
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1975, Smithsonian contributions to zoology, Volume 187., iii, 30
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哺乳類科学, ISSN 0385-437X, 2012, Volume 52, Issue 2, pp. 199 - 206
「摘要」 アカギツネ(Vulpes vulpes)は単独性の傾向が強いものの, 野生アカギツネの同腹子間には直線的な順位が存在することが知られている. 本研究は, 高密度で飼育されているアカギツネの亜種キタキツネ(V.vulpes schrencki)の集団において順位が生じるかどうかを検討し,... 
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1969, 1st ed., Living world books, 204
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哺乳類科学, ISSN 0385-437X, 2010, Volume 50, Issue 2, pp. 157 - 163
1992年から2006年にかけて実施したライトセンサスの結果を用いて,南部を除く北海道の広域的なアカギツネ(Vulpes... 
red fox | population trend | spotlight survey | sarcoptic mange | Vulpes vulpes
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1963, Miscellaneous publication / University of Kansas Museum of Natural History, Volume no. 34, 31
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Macedonian Veterinary Review, ISSN 1857-7415, 03/2019, Volume 42, Issue 1, pp. 101 - 106
and are common protozoan parasites affecting several animal species and humans. The aim of this survey was to investigate, for the first time, their prevalence... 
coproantigens | red fox | Cryptosporidium | Giardia | Vulpes vulpes
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Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0952-8369, 05/2012, Volume 287, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 23
Cities may represent one of the most challenging environments for carnivorous mammals. For example, cities have a dearth of vegetation and other natural... 
carnivora | adaptation | urbanization | Urbanization | Carnivora | Adaptation | OPOSSUMS DIDELPHIS-VIRGINIANA | CAUSE-SPECIFIC MORTALITY | GENET GENETTA-GENETTA | RACCOON PROCYON-LOTOR | BIALOWIEZA PRIMEVAL FOREST | FOXES VULPES-VULPES | RED FOXES | HABITAT SELECTION | ZOOLOGY | HOME-RANGE | BADGERS MELES-MELES
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1980, ISBN 9780713411904, 320 p., [8] leaves of plates
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2013, New edition, ISBN 9781409442219, viii, 209
August 1781 saw the publication of a manual on fox hunting that would become a classic of its genre. Hugely popular in its own day, Peter Beckford's Thoughts... 
Fox hunting | Social classes | Animal welfare | Foxes | Beckford, Peter, 1740-1811 Thoughts on hunting | Sports & Outdoor Recreation | 19th Century Literature | 20th Century Literature | Modern History 1750-1945 | Social & Cultural History | Political Philosophy | Animals & Ethics | British History | Great Britain | 1740-1811 | Beckford, Peter | Thoughts on hunting
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Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0952-8369, 12/2019, Volume 309, Issue 4, pp. 287 - 294
Adult body size, mass and condition predict reproductive success and survival, and hence fitness, in mammals and many other animals. Here, we assessed... 
urban wildlife | land use gradient | anthropogenic food | morphology | feral predator | Vulpes vulpes
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JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE DISEASES, ISSN 0090-3558, 10/2019, Volume 55, Issue 4, pp. 935 - 939
Canine adenovirus type 1 (CAdV-1) is the agent of infectious canine hepatitis, a severe frequently fatal disease affecting primarily dogs (Canis lupus... 
molecular epidemiology | red fox | GERMANY | HEPATITIS | DNA | VETERINARY SCIENCES | Canine adenovirus | immunohistochemistry | sequencing | Vulpes vulpes
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TIERAERZTLICHE UMSCHAU, ISSN 0049-3864, 10/2019, Volume 74, Issue 10, pp. 360 - 363
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