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The foods of fur animals of the Patuxent Research Refuge, Maryland

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The foods of fur animals of the Patuxent Research Refuge, Maryland; 1952; Article; Journal; American Midland Naturalist; Llewellyn, L.M.; Uhler, F.M.

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Approximately 300 digestive tracts of fur animals obtained mostly during the winter trapping season and 560 scats from animals live-trapped on the Patuxent Research Refuge near Laure!, Maryland, were analyzed. The resulting data are summarized and a brief description of the area and important habitat types is given. The animals studied include the raccoon, red fox, gray fox, mink, New York weasel, skunk, opossum, and house cat.

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