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Bassariscus astutus Research Richard Richards Make available 47 years of research information to scientific world; Will add three research papers that are unpublished so the new information is.
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I studied the ecology and behavior of ringtails (Bassariscus astutus) in juniper (Juniperus monosperma) woodland on the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge in central New Mexico. Average home-range sizes of ringtails (males 462 ha, females 94 ha, 95% fixed kernel) were among the largest reported to date. Females moved least in summer and most in autumn, but males showed no seasonal trend in.Read More
While Goodyear's revenue gap to Continental is solid, one research group—London-based Astutus Research—maintains Continental is on the verge of demoting Goodyear to No. 4 in terms of passenger tire capacity. Astutus contends that the scale of Conti's capital spending on new capacity in the past few years—totaling close to 20 million units a year—has pulled the German company equal with.Read More
Quadratus plantae is a muscle in the sole of the foot, typically originating from the calcaneus and inserting into the posterolateral surface of the tendons of flexor digitorum longus. It is implicated in heel pain, claw toe deformity and diabetic polyneuropathy. Phylogenetic considerations suggest that quadratus plantae is getting bulkier, implying its significance in human locomotion.Read More
In this paper we propose a classification scheme for trophic guilds as a first step to establish a common terminology. For this purpose we considered 1502 species of mainland birds and mammals from North America (Mexico, USA, and Canada). This classification takes into account 3 main criteria to identify each guild: main food type, foraging substrate and activity period. To determine the.Read More
Average daily intake of rodents and birds by a captive adult female ring-tailed cat (Bassariscus astutus) during 44 days was 90.6 g. and by a subadult male house cat (Felis domestics) during 15 days 180 g., about 10 and 9.5 per cent. of their respective bodyweights. In 388 days total food eaten by a captive adult male long-tailed weasel (Mustela frenata xanthogenys) was 19, 555 g., consisting.Read More
Amblyseius astutus samples were obtained from the galls of Eriophyes triradiatus (Stenacis triradiatus) on willow trees during 1998-2000 in Ankara, Turkey. Descriptions and illustrations of A. astutus are provided. This is thought to be the first record of A. astutus in Turkey.Read More
Natural History of Ringtails. The ringtail is commonly called the ringtail cat, but it is not a cat. It has also been called miner’s cat, coon cat, cacomistle, or civet cat. Ringtails are related to raccoons. This nocturnal animal is very secretive and seldom seem. It has a fox-like face and a ringed tail like a raccoon. The ringtail’s tail is longer than that of the raccoon. It has large.Read More
Exploring the ecology of suburban wildlife Stephen DeStefano' and Richard M DeGraaf2 The fringes of cities, and rural properties within commuting distance of cities, experience some of the high- est rates of development in the world. This can cause dramatic changes to the landscape, the alteration of eco-logical functions, and a reduction in biodiversity. With the spread of suburbia, however.Read More
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LS, the main author, is involved in the study design, field work, and data analysis; wrote the first draft; and concluded the final version of this paper. AC, the main coordinator-supervisor of the research project, participated in the design and monitoring of the research and data analyses and reviewed several drafts of the manuscript. Both authors read and approved the final manuscript.Read More