VOL. 47 · NO. 3 | July 2022
 
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Mammal Study publishes on all aspects of mammalogy, and is particularly interested in the study of the mammals of Asia.
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Aleksandr A. Kisleyko, Vladimir Dinets, Mikhail Y. Grishchenko, Evgenyi E. Kozlovskiy, Lyudmila A. Khlyap
Mammal Study 47 (3), 1-10, (20 April 2022) https://doi.org/10.3106/ms2021-0044
KEYWORDS: Camera trap, Carnivora, conservation introduction, critically endangered species, distribution
Junco Nagata, Atsushi Haga, Yuki Kusachi, Mikuni Tokuyoshi, Hideki Endo, Yuya Watari
Mammal Study 47 (3), 1-8, (20 April 2022) https://doi.org/10.3106/ms2021-0047 Open Access
KEYWORDS: feral cats, islands, molecular forensics, molecular predator identification, saliva
Satsuki Nakamori, Masaki Ando
Mammal Study 47 (3), 1-12, (20 April 2022) https://doi.org/10.3106/ms2021-0012 Open Access
KEYWORDS: camera trap survey, Capricornis crispus, Cervus nippon, environmental factors, sympatric ungulates
Bawa Mothilal Krishnakumar, Rajarathinavelu Nagarajan, Kanagaraj Muthamizh Selvan
Mammal Study 47 (3), 1-13, (2 May 2022) https://doi.org/10.3106/ms2020-0058
KEYWORDS: activity, coexistence, fecal analysis, large carnivores, Prey preference
Masaharu Motokawa, Tomohisa Makino, Takashi O. Yato, Shinya Okabe, Tsunehiro Shiroma, Masanao Toyama, Hidetoshi Ota
Mammal Study 47 (3), 1-8, (2 May 2022) https://doi.org/10.3106/ms2022-0001 Open Access
KEYWORDS: commensal species, Miyakojima Island, new record, Taramajima Island, Yonagunijima Island
Akira Kuroyanagi, Rina Ukyo, Yoshinobu Kodama, Takeshi Eto, Yoshinobu Okubo, Ikuo Kobayashi, Seiji Ieiri, Tetsuo Morita, Shinsuke H. Sakamoto
Mammal Study 47 (3), 1-11, (19 May 2022) https://doi.org/10.3106/ms2021-0048 Open Access
KEYWORDS: body temperature (Tb), lactation, parturition, reproduction, winter-breeding
RESEARCH-ARTICLE
Tadashi Yamashiro, Yoshinori Kaneshiro, Asuka Yamashiro, Masayuki Maki
Mammal Study 47 (3), 1-8, (9 June 2022) https://doi.org/10.3106/ms2021-0052
KEYWORDS: genetic variation, invasive alien mammal, microsatellite
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