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What’s happening with stoat research? Third report on the five-year stoat research programme

Reference Type
Report
Year
2000
Author
Department of Conservation

Why Are Predator Urines Aversive to Prey

Predator odors often repel prey species. In the present experiments, we investigated whether changes in the diet of a predator, the coyote (Canis latrans) would affect the repellency of its urine. Furthermore, because predator odors have a high sulfur content, reflecting large amounts of meat in the diet, we investigated the contribution of sulfurous odors […]

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1994
Author
D. L. Nolte, J. R. Mason, G. Epple, E. Aronov and D. L. Campbell

Why do European stoats Mustela erminea not follow Bergmann’s rule?

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1987
Author
S. Erlinge

Weasel visits parasitology laboratory, and lives

Jumped in ground floor window of animal room – took several student half an hour to catch it (a tribute to its agility and sagacity) and put in rat cage. It opened cage in night and escaped.

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1945
Author
C. A. Reed and R. W. Macey

Weasels and martens: carnivores in northern latitudes

Reference Type
Book Section
Year
2000
Author
W. J. Zielinski

Weasels and stoats. Do they mesmerise their prey?

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1936
Author
H. M. Batten

Weasels eat shrews

Response to Kirk 1921, asserting weasels dont eat shrews. Lists 3 observations of shrews identified in ermine or longtails, even if only as a last resort.

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1928
Author
W. J. Hamilton

Weasel predation on a cyclic population of the montane vole (Microtus montanus) in California

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1977
Author
B. M. Fitzgerald

Weasel skull in short-eared owl pellet

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1982
Author
W. J. Walley

Vulnerability of bot fly (Cuterebra) infected Peromyscus maniculatus to shorttail weasel predation in the laboratory

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1978
Author
D. H. Smith

Weasel and stoat

Total of 50 weasels and 12 stoats eartagged, released, some have been recaptured 50 times on 80 acres (32 ha). Main aim is to find out how the combined predator force of weasels stoats and short-eared owls affect the numbers of Microtus. Propoertion of monthly losses attributed to predation is tabulated – was the most […]

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1962
Author
J. D. Lockie, W. N. Charles and E. K

Weasel foraging patterns in the Robinson Lake area, Idaho

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1951
Author
B. F. Musgrove

Weasel harasses rock ptarmigan

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1972
Author
D. F. Murphy

Using poisoned hen eggs for stoat control

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1996
Author
E. B. Spurr

Variation in body size, sexual dimorphism and age-specific survival in stoats, Mustela erminea (Mammalia: Carnivora), with fluctuating food supplies

Most hypotheses attempting to explain the evolution of pronounced sexual dimorphism in body size in the three species of weasels (Mustela erminea, M. frenata, M. nivalis) assume that sexual dimorphism is a long-term adaptation, associated with the different reproductive strategies of the two sexes. We here examine an auxiliary hypothesis which predicts that the degree […]

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1997
Author
R. A. Powell and C. M. King

Variations in reproductive cycles in North American mustelids

Reference Type
Book Section
Year
1963
Author
P. L. Wright

Video monitoring of banded dotterel nests in braided rivers

Reference Type
Conference or Workshop Proceedings
Year
1997
Author
M. D. Sanders

Video monitoring of nesting banded dotterels, black stilts, and black-fronted terns in braided rivers of the upper Waitaki Basin

Reference Type
Report
Year
1999
Author
M. D. Sanders and R. F. Maloney

Trapping predators in New Zealand (cats and mustelids)

Reference Type
Conference or Workshop Proceedings
Year
1997
Author
B. Warburton

Tri-trophic interactions in conservation biology: will poisoning stoats (Mustela erminea) aid forest plant reproduction?

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
2000
Author
A. Robertson, T. Ward-Smith, D. Murphy, D. Kelly and J. Ladley