Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy

Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy is a peer reviewed journal that accepts papers in basic and applied mammalogy on living and fossil mammals, with special reference to biology, ecology, systematics, conservation, management and ecology of diseases.

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Volume 25, Issue 2 (2014)

This volume is dedicated to the memory of Luigi Cagnolaro, honorary President of ATIt.
(Genova, January 20th 1934 - Monza, July 26th 2014)

Table of Contents

Contents

Missing the third dimension in geometric morphometrics: how to assess if 2D images really are a good proxy for 3D structures? PDF
Andrea Cardini 73-81
The changing patterns in the distribution of red and grey squirrels in the North of England and Scotland between 1991 and 2010 based on volunteer surveys PDF
John Gurnell, Peter Lurz, Walter Bertoldi 83-89
Are nest boxes a useful tool in regional red squirrel conservation programs? PDF
Craig Michael Shuttleworth, Pia Schuchert 91-94
Seasonal habitat use in Eurasian red squirrels residing in Iberian hedgerows PDF
Ángel Hernández 95-100
Gastro-intestinal helminths in the red-bellied squirrel introduced in Argentina: accidental acquisitions and lack of specific parasites PDF
Ana Cecilia Gozzi, Maria Laura Guichón, Verónica Victoria Benitez, Adrián Troyelli, Graciela Teresa Navone 101-106
Causes of admission and final dispositions of hedgehogs admitted to three Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers in eastern Spain PDF
Jorge Crespo Martínez, Alejandro Izquierdo Rosique, Martín Surroca Royo 107-110

Short Notes

Morphological measurements of pine marten in central Italy PDF
Paola Bartolommei, Emiliano Manzo, Cristina Bencini, Roberto Cozzolino 111-112
Camera trapping ocelots: an evaluation of felid attractants PDF
Michael Cove, R. Manuel Spinola, Victoria L. Jackson, Joel Saenz 113-116
A lethal interaction between two female roe deer PDF
Davide Roviani 117-118
Acoustic identification of free-flying Schreiber's bat Miniopterus schreibersii by social calls PDF
Danilo Russo, Elena Papadatou 119-120
Alien rose-ringed parakeets (Psittacula krameri) attack black rats (Rattus rattus) sometimes resulting in death PDF
Dailos Hernández-Brito, Álvaro Luna, Martina Carrete, José Luis Tella 121-123



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