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New distribution data of the least weasel Mustela nivalis in Castilla y León, Spain

Other TitlesNuevos datos sobre la distribución de la comadreja Mustela nivalis en el norte de Castilla y León
AuthorsDomínguez Villaseñor, Julio César; Díaz-Ruiz, Francisco ; Viñuela, Javier ; Diego, Noelia de; Illanas, Sonia; Olea, Pedro P.; Santamaría, Ana Eugenia; Oñate, Juan J.; Herranz, Jesús; Acebes, Pablo; Ferreras, Pablo ; Malo, Juan E.; Piñeiro, Xurxo; Paz, Alfonso; Cuéllar, Carlos; Mateo-Tomás, Patricia ; Barja, Isabel; Jareño, Daniel ; Piñeiro, Ana; García, Jesús T.
Issue Date2017
PublisherSociedad Española para la Conservación y Estudio de los Mamíferos
CitationGalemys 30: 66-70 (2018)
AbstractThe least weasel (Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, 1766) is the world’s smallest carnivore (King & Powell 2007) and probably one of the most difficult to detect (García & Mateos 2009). It is widely distributed throughout the northern hemisphere (McDonald et al. 2016), and seems to be a common and relatively abundant species, at least in some areas of the European continent (Larivière & Jennins 2009, Tikhonov et al. 2010). However, many basic aspects of its biology, distribution, population dynamics and ecology remain largely unknown in most areas of its range, a lack of information that is especially striking in Spain (Palazón 2017).
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.7325/Galemys.2018.N3
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/174766
Identifiersdoi: 10.7325/Galemys.2018.N3
issn: 1137-8700
e-issn: 2254-8408
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