Literature

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Ketmaier, V, Bernardini, C2005"Structure of the mitochondrial control region of the Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra; Carnivora, Mustelidae): Patterns of genetic heterogeneity and implications for conservation of the species in Italy"
Pospisil, J, Kase, F, Vahala, J1987Basic haematological values in carnivores--I. The Canidae, the Hyaenidae and the Ursidae
Brugal, JP, Fosse, P2004Carnivores and humans in West European quarternary
Röhrs, VM, Ebinger, P, Weidemann, W1989Cephalisation bei Viverridae, Hyaenidae, Procyonidae und Ursidae1
Macdonald, AA, Johnstone, M1995Comparative anatomy of the cardiac foramen ovale in cats (Felidae), dogs (Canidae), bears (Ursidae) and hyaenas (Hyaenidae)
Figueirido, B, Pérez-Claros, JA, Torregrosa, V, Martín-Serra, A, Palmqvist, P2010Demythologizing Arctodus simus, the 'short-faced' long-legged and predaceous bear that never was
Schreiber, A, Bauer, K, Eulenberger, K1998Immunogenetic evidence for the phylogenetic sister group relationship of dogs and bears (Mammalia, Carnivora: Canidae and Ursidae): A comparative determinant analysis of carnivoran albumin, C3 complement and immunoglobulin ?-chain
Tchernov, E, Tsoukala, E1997Middle Pleistocene (Early Toringian) Carnivore Remains from Northern Israel
Appel, MJG, Summers, BA1995Pathogenicity of morbilliviruses for terrestrial carnivores
Sedlak, K, Bartova, E2006Seroprevalences of antibodies to Neospora caninum and Toxoplasma gondii in zoo animals
Diedrich, C2008The holotypes of the upper Pleistocene Crocuta crocuta spelaea (Goldfuss, 1823: Hyaenidae) and Panthera leo spelaea (Goldfuss, 1810: Felidae) of the Zoolithen Cave hyena den (South Germany) and their palaeo-ecological interpretation
Diedrich, CG2008The holotypes of the upper Pleistocene Crocuta crocuta spelaea (Goldfuss, 1823: Hyaenidae) and Panthera leo spelaea (Goldfuss, 1810: Felidae) of the Zoolithen Cave hyena den (South Germany) and their palaeo-ecological interpretation
Schweigert, FJ, Ryder, OA, Rambeck, WA, Zucker, H1990The majority of vitamin A is transported as retinyl esters in the blood of most carnivores
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