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Mustela frenata, Long-tailed Weasel
Dr. Blaire Van Valkenburgh - University of California, Los Angeles
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National Museum of Natural History (USNM 95054)

Image processing: Ms. Rebecca Comeaux
Publication Date: 07 Dec 2007

Specimens: male | female

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About the Species

This female specimen was collected from Mount Shasta, Upper Mud Creek, Siskiyou County, California by W. H. Osgood on 8 August 1898. It was made available to The University of Texas High-Resolution X-ray CT Facility by Dr. Blaire Van Valkenburgh of The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Los Angelas. Funding for scanning and image processing was provided by Dr. Van Valkenburgh and by a National Science Foundation Digital Libraries Initiative grant to Dr. Timothy Rowe of The University of Texas at Austin.

About this Specimen

This specimen was scanned by Matthew Colbert on 18 January 2007 along the coronal axis for a total of 703 slices. Each 1024 x 1024 pixel slice is 0.05573 mm thick, with an interslice spacing of 0.05573 mm and a field of reconstruction of 26 mm.

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Links

Mustela frenata page on the Animal Diversity Web (University of Michigan Museum of Zoology)

M. frenata page on the North American Mammals Archive (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History)

M. frenata page on The Mammals of Texas - Online Edition (Texas Tech University)

M. frenata page on Wikipedia (The Free Encyclopedia)

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To cite this page: Dr. Blaire Van Valkenburgh, 2007, "Mustela frenata" (On-line), Digital Morphology. Accessed December 22, 2014 at http://digimorph.org/specimens/Mustela_frenata/female/.

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