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Studies on the food of foxes
W testach hodowlanych nad lisami określono wspolczynnik strawialności (stosunek ciezaru biomasy zjedzonej do ciezaru niestrawionych resztek w kale) dla roznych rodzajow pokarmu (Tabela 1 i 2).Expand
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Diet composition of badgers (Meles meles) in a pristine forest and rural habitats of Poland compared to other European populations
Diets of the Eurasian badger Meles meles were studied by scat analysis in three localities of eastern and central Poland, representing pristine forests and rural landscapes with little wood cover. InExpand
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Phylogeographic history of grey wolves in Europe
BackgroundWhile it is generally accepted that patterns of intra-specific genetic differentiation are substantially affected by glacial history, population genetic processes occurring duringExpand
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Diet of Foxes and Martens in Central Poland
The diet of foxes and martens was examined on the basis of the composition of their feaces (1139 and 813 portions, respectively) collected from the same area in central Poland.
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Predation by domestic cats in rural areas of central Poland: an assessment based on two methods
Studies of cat trophic behaviour can be based on collections of the prey brought home or the prey eaten by cats (i.e. analyses of scat/gut contents). Both methods involve biases with respect toExpand
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Fox, raccoon dog and badger densities in North Eastern Poland
The densities of three sympatric carnivore species (fox, raccoon dog and badger) were estimated in Suwalki Landscape Park (North Eastern Poland).
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Diet of sympatric pine marten (Martes martes) and stone marten (Martes foina) identified by genotyping of DNA from faeces
Martes martes and Martes foina occur sympatrically in most of Europe. Little is known about differences between trophic niches of these species, because martens are difficult to observe and it isExpand
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Synurbization processes in population of Apodemus agrarius . I. Characteristics of populations in an urbanization gradient
Examination was made of rodent communities and a population of Apodemus agrarius (Pallas, 1771), living in areas subject to different degrees of urbanization; a park in the centre of a city, aExpand
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A method of genetic identification of pine marten (Martes martes) and stone marten (Martes foina) and its application to faecal samples
Reliable identification of species occurring in a given area is a basis of effective wildlife management and conservation. However, discrimination of species is often difficult, especially if twoExpand
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