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least weasel, Mustela nivalis Linnaeus

Gary A. Heidt

least weasel, Mustela nivalis Linnaeus

developmental biology in comparison with other North American Mustela

by Gary A. Heidt

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Published in East Lansing .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North America
    • Subjects:
    • Mustela nivalis -- Development.,
    • Mustela -- North America -- Development.,
    • Mammals -- North America -- Development.,
    • Developmental biology.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 278-282.

      Statementby Gary A. Heidt.
      SeriesPublications of the Museum, Michigan State University., v. 4, no. 7
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH1 .M58 vol. 4 no. 7, QL737.C25 .M58 vol. 4 no. 7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination230-282 p.
      Number of Pages282
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5172564M
      LC Control Number74632831

      The least weasel, Mustela nivalis. Any of the carnivorous mammals of the genus Mustela, having a slender body, a long tail and usually a light brown upper coat and light-coloured belly. The taxonomic family Mustelidae is also called the weasel family. A devious or sneaky person or animal. February 8, Marwan Bishara, “Why Obama fails the.


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The Least Least weasel, Mustela nivalis Linnaeus: Developmental Biology in Comparison with Other North American Mustela,Publications of the Museum, Biological Series, Volume 4, Number 7: pages with 6 plates and 8 figures.

Paperback – January 1, Manufacturer: Michigan State University. The least weasel resembles other weasel Mustela nivalis Linnaeus book, but it is smaller and has a proportionately shorter tail than the ermine and the long-tailed weasel (Mustela frenata).

Its tail is less than 25% of the length of its head and body and lacks the black tip characteristic of ermines and long-tailed weasels. The impact of spacing behavior in microtine rodents on the dynamics of least weasels Mustela nivalis - a hypothesis.

Oikos, 50(3): Innes, J., J. Hay. The taxonomy of Least Weasel Mustela nivalis was reviewed by Abramov and Baryshnikov (), who considered Egpytian Weasel M. subpamata to be a distinct species, a treatment followed here. Tonkin. Britain's smallest native carnivore, the least weasel (Mustela least weasel has a long slender body, and a short tail.

The fur is ginger to a rich chocolate-russet brown in colour, and the underparts are creamy-white. The narrow head is supported on a long neck, and the legs are short.

The large eyes are black, and the ears are rounded. In northern parts of the range, weasels turn white in winter. Mustela nivalis vulgaris Erxleben, Fauna Europaea () Weasel - Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, Least Weasel Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, kingdom Animalia - animals» phylum Chordata - chordates» class Mammalia - mammals» order Carnivora - carnivores» family Mustelidae» genus Mustela.

18 rows  A weasel / ˈ w iː z əl / is a mammal of the genus Mustela of the family Mustelidae. The. Get this from a library. The least weasel, Mustela nivalis Linnaeus; developmental biology in comparison with other North American Mustela. [Gary A Heidt].

binomial_authority = Linnaeus, The Least Weasel ("Mustela nivalis") is the smallest member of the genus " Mustela", and indeed in the entire order Carnivora.

Nomenclature. In Britain the Least Weasel is known simply as the Weasel, and this is the original use of the word.

Ermine (Short-tailed Weasel; Mustela erminea) Fisher (Martes pennanti) Gray Fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) Least Weasel (Mustela nivalis) Long-tailed Weasel (Mustela frenata) Lynx (Lynx canadensis) Marten (Martes americana) Mink (Mustela vison) Otter (Lontra canadensis) Raccoon (Procyon lotor) Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) Spotted Skunk (Spilogale.

Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, least weasel Upload your photos Google image | No photo available for this species. E-book | Field guide. More information Countries FAO areas Ecosystems Occurrences Introductions Stocks Ecology Diet Food items. Common names Synonyms Predators Reproduction.

Least Weasel Mustela nivalis Linnaeus collect. overview; data; media; articles; maps; names; Jon Sullivan cc-by-nc Mustela nivalis (least weasel) is a species of mammals in the family Mustelidae.

It is found in the Nearctic and the Palearctic. It is a solitary mammalivore. Individuals are known to live for months. Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, Common names Ballottra in Maltese Belette d'Europe in French Brud in Danish Brud in Danish Comadreja in Spanish Doninha in Portuguese Donnola in Italian Eurázsiai menyét in Hungarian Gelincik in Turkish Helghe in Romanian Klengt Wisel in Luxembourgish Lasica in Croatian Least Weasel in English Least Weasel in.

Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, Global range of M. nivalis Mustela nivalis, the least weasel (or just weasel in the UK), [ 2 ] is the smallest member of the genus Mustela and of the family Mustelidae (as well as the smallest of the Carnivora), native to Eurasia, North America and North Africa, though it has been introduced elsewhere.

Least Weasel (Mustela nivalis) is the state's smallest weasel but exhibits typical mustelid form having a long, slender body and long neck. Its summer coat is chocolate-brown in color and lacks black on the tail and it molts to a white pelt during autumn (Oct-Nov).

The taxonomy of Leas t Weasel Mustela nivalis was review ed by Abramov and Baryshnikov (), who considered Egpytian Weasel M. subpamat a to be a. The current distribution of the least weasel in Kansas potentially includes all areas of the state except the Southwest.

The ancestry of Mustela nivalis can be traced back to an extinct species that lived in Europe in the late Pliocene and early Pleistocene.

Mustela nivalis is common in fossil deposits in Europe beginning in the middle Pleistocene. Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, – Least Weasel, belette pygmée: Direct Children: Subspecies: Mustela nivalis aistoodonnivalis Wu and Kao, Subspecies: Mustela nivalis allegheniensis (Rhoads, ) Subspecies: Mustela nivalis boccamela Bechstein, Subspecies: Mustela nivalis campestris Jackson, SubspeciesBiological classification: Species.

The Farthing Wood Weasel: Scientific classification Name Least Weasel Kindgom Animalia: Phylum Chordata: Class Mammalia: Order Carnivora: Family Mustelidae: Subfamily Mustelinae: Genus Mustela: Species M.

nivalis: Genus Mustela: Binomial name Binomial Mustela nivalis: Binomial Authority (Linnaeus, ) Least Weasel range: Synonyms. Mustela nivalis Linnaeus (least weasel) Mammalia - Carnivora - Mustelidae.

PaleoDB taxon number: Synonyms: Mustela rixosa Bangs (no. ), Putorius rixosus Bangs (no. ) Belongs to Mustela according to G. Baryshnikov Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, Least Weasel. Federal Protection: No US federal protection State Protection: No Georgia state protection Global Rank: G5 State Rank: S1 SWAP High Priority Species (SGCN): Yes Element Occurrences (EOs) in Georgia: 1 Habitat Summary for element in Georgia: Extreme northern Georgia, meadows, fields, brushy areas,open woods.

Hyphenation: least wea‧sel; Noun. least weasel (plural least weasels) The common weasel, little weasel, or simply weasel (Mustela nivalis), the smallest member of the weasel genus Mustela, native to Eurasia, North America, and North Africa.

From Wikibooks, open books for an open world Mustela nivalis (Least Weasel) Family: Mustelidae. Size: Total Length: inches (cm) Weight: ounces (g) Description: The least weasel has a long and slender body with short limbs.

It has a long neck and a narrow, flat head. It has round ears, large black eyes, and sharp. Get ready to learn about the amazing and interesting least weasel (Mustela nivalis). Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, – Least Weasel, belette pygmée: Species: Mustela nudipes Desmarest, – Malayan Weasel: Species: Mustela putorius Linnaeus, – European Polecat: Species: Mustela sibirica Pallas, – Siberian Weasel: Species: Mustela strigidorsa Gray, – Back-striped Weasel, Stripe-backed Weasel.

Least weasel. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. Ang Mustela nivalis (Ingles: Least Weasel) ay ang pinakamaliit sa lahat ng mga mamalya sa ordeng Carnivora. Matatagpuan ang M. nivalis sa buong mundo, kabilang ang Paleartikong rehiyon (hindi kasama ang Irlandes, Peninsulang Arabe, at ang mga Maliliit na mga Pulo ng Artiko), sa Hapon, at sa Hilagang Amerika (sa kabuoan ng Alaska, Canada, at Hilagang Estados Unidos).

The least weaselMustela nivalis nivalis Linnaeus, is unique among carnivores because of its small body size and capacity for fast reproduction. It has been suggested to be the main agent for maintaining cyclic fluctuations in northern vole populations, largely based on its high reproductive potential and dependence on small rodents.

This study describes basic reproductive data on the. Least Weasel. Genus: Mustela Species: nivalis. Deep in the woods of the Northeast Asian deciduous forest roams the least weasel. Its long slender body and sharp nails help this mammal hunt day and night. The least weasel is the smallest carnivore in the world.

Mustela nivalis (weasel) is a specialised predator of small rodents such as voles and mice. Weasels are able to alter their diet to follow changes in relative abundances of different rodents throughout the year.

They may also take bird's eggs, small lagomorphs, beetles, carrion and lizards if. Description: The least weasel (Mustela nivalis), little weasel, common weasel, or simply weasel in the UK and much of the world, is the smallest member of the genus Mustela, family Mustelidae and order Carnivora.

It is native to Eurasia, North America and North Africa, and has been introduced to New Zealand, Malta, Crete, Bermuda, Madeira Island, the Azores, the Canary Islands, São Tomé, the. Terminology. The English word "weasel" was originally applied to one species of the genus, the European form of the least weasel (Mustela nivalis).This usage is retained in British English, where the name is also extended to cover several other small species of the r, in technical discourse and in American usage, the term "weasel" can refer to any member of the genus, or to the.

Least Weasel Mustela nivalis Linnaeus collect. overview; data; media; articles; maps; Image of least weasel. cc-by-nc Image of Mustela nivalis vulgaris Erxleben cc-by-nc Lisa Bennett iNaturalist. Gotcha!. Very satisfying to see this in my trap. Baited with an egg.

Image of least weasel. Mammal Species of the World (v3, ) link: Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, ITIS link: Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, (mirror) IUCN: Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, (old web site) (Least.

Zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis, caused by Leishmania major (L. major), is endemic in l rodents have been identified as reservoir hosts of parasites. This study reports, for the first time, the natural infection with L. major zymodeme MON in a specimen of least weasel: Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, (M.

nivalis) collected in Sidi Bouzid. Mammal Species of the World (v3, ) link: Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, IUCN: Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, (old web site) (Least Concern) Mustela nivalis. Mustela nivalis least weasel. Facebook. Mustela nivalis: specimens (8) To cite this page: Myers, P., R.

Espinosa, C. Parr, T. Jones, G. Hammond, and T. Dewey. The Animal Diversity Web (online). While ADW staff and contributors provide references to books and websites that we believe are reputable, we cannot necessarily.

Weasels are the genus Mustela, part of the Mustelidae genus includes the weasels, polecats, stoats, ferrets and minks. Weasels are small, active predators, long and slender with short body shape is adapted to going down burrows after prey such as are 17 species, and they live all over the world except for Antarctica and Australasia.

Trade-offs between activity and thermoregulation in a small carnivore, the least weasel Mustela nivalis K. Zub, 1, * P.A. Szafrańska, 1 M. Konarzewski, 1, 2 P. Redman, 3 and J.R. Speakman 3 1 Mammal Research Institute PAS, Białowieża, Poland. Abundance of small mammals is important in determining the local distribution of Least Weasels.

Marshy areas, meadows, cultivated fields, brushy areas and open woods (Svendsen ). Nest in shallow burrow about 5 inches underground (Jones et al. ).Least Weasel. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The least weasel (Mustela nivalis) is the smallest member of the Mustelidae (as well as the smallest of the Carnivora), native to Eurasia, North America and North Africa, though it has been introduced is classed as Least Concern by the IUCN, due to its wide distribution and presumably large population.The least weasel (Mustela nivalis), little weasel, common weasel, or simply weasel in the UK [2] and much of the world, is the smallest member of the genus Mustela, family Mustelidae and order Carnivora.

[3] [4] It is native to Eurasia, North America and North Africa, and has been introduced to New Zealand, Malta, Crete, Bermuda, Madeira Island, the Azores, the Canary Islands, São Tomé, the.