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Canada lynx returns to Michigan






Michigan Audubon Newsl, 15(3): 8

Canada lynx returns to Michigan



Accession: 038040955



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Beyer, D.E.Jr; Roell, B.J.; Hammill, J.H.; Earle, R.D., 2001: Records of Canada Lynx, Lynx canadensis, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, 1940-1997. We compiled 62 records of Lynx occurrence in Michigan's Upper Peninsula from 1940-1997. Thirty-nine of the Lynx records were verified by biologists. The last specimen was reported in 1983 and the last verified track was found in 1996. Over 50...

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Daoust, P-Yves.; McBurney, S.R.; Godson, D.L.; van de Bildt, M.W.G.; Osterhaus, A.D.M.E., 2009: Canine distemper virus-associated encephalitis in free-living lynx (Lynx canadensis) and bobcats (Lynx rufus) of eastern Canada. Between 1993 and 1999, encephalitis caused by morbillivirus was diagnosed by immunohistochemistry and histology in six lynx (Lynx canadensis) and one bobcat (Lynx rufus) in the eastern Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Five of t...

Homyack, J., A.; Vashon, J., H.; Libby, C.; Lindquist, E., L.; Loch, S.; Mcalpine, D., F.; Pilgrim, K., L.; Schwartz, M., K., 2008: Canada lynx-bobcat Lynx canadensis x L rufus hybrids at the southern periphery of lynx range in Maine, Minnesota and new Brunswick. Hybridization between federally threatened Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) and bobcat (L. rufus) was recently documented in the United States, but little is known regarding physical characteristics of hybrids compared to parent species. We report o...

Campbell, V.; Strobeck, C., 2006: Fine-scale genetic structure and dispersal in Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) within Alberta, Canada. Although mammals are typically characterized by male-biased dispersal, field studies of lynx conflict as to whether dispersal is male-biased or lacks sex-bias. To resolve this issue we dissect fine-scale genetic structure and analyze dispersal in...

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