By Anica Debelica, Monte L. Thies
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12 11. Cervus elaphus (Fig. Odocoileus hemionus (Fig. 82) Debelica and Thies—Atlas and Key of Terrestrial Texas Mammal Hair 51 12. Ammotragus lervia (Fig. 13 13. Cervus axis (Fig. Odocoileus virginiana (Fig. 83) Family Suidae Sus scrofa - *Feral Pig (SHM 972) Medulla continuous, homogeneous, not penetrated, and occupies entire shaft. Cuticula imbricate, flattened, scales often absent in large areas but when present form extremely close and wavy rows. Midshaft dia. 270μm. Figure 77. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Sus scrofa.
25 24. Cuticula flattened (Fig. Procyon lotor (Fig. 57) Cuticula crenate (Fig. Ursus americanus (Fig. 54) 25. Leopardus wiedii (Fig. 26 26. Lontra canadensis (Fig. Ursus arctos (Fig. 55) Family Canidae Canis latrans - Coyote (SHM 53) Medulla continuous, homogeneous but unpenetrated by light, vacuolated, occupies entire shaft. Cuticula imbricate, crenate, scale edges smooth, rows very irregular and broken. Midshaft dia. 105 µm. Figure 48. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Canis latrans. Debelica and Thies—Atlas and Key of Terrestrial Texas Mammal Hair 35 Canis lupus - Gray Wolf (TCWC 20852) Medulla continuous, homogeneous type b, disturbed with vacuoles, occupies more than 1/2 of shaft.
Figure 43. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Antrozous pallidus. Family Molossidae Tadarida brasiliensis - Brazilian Free-tailed Bat (SHM 167) Medulla not present. Cuticula coronal, dentate. Scales have average of 6 very large indentations, with middle one the largest. 3; scale maximum d=16µm. Figure 44. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Tadarida brasiliensis. 30 Special Publications, Museum of Texas Tech University Nyctinomops femorosaccus - Pocketed Free-tailed Bat (ASNHC 11529) Medulla not present.
Atlas and Key to the Hair of Terrestrial Texas Mammals issue 55 by Anica Debelica, Monte L. Thies