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56 Special Publications, Museum of Texas Tech University Ovis aries - *Domestic Sheep (R. Smith) Medulla continuous, nodose type b, unordered, disturbed, and occupies 1/3 of shaft. Cuticula imbricate, crenate, scales tall and not smooth, rows parallel and equal. Midshaft dia. 30μm. Figure 86. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Ovis aries. Ovis canadensis - Bighorn Sheep (TTU 40394) Medulla continuous, nodose type b, unordered and undisturbed, rounded, formed by “cells” uneven in size, and occupies entire shaft.

17 17. Mustela nigripes (Fig. Nasua narica (Fig. 58) 18. 20 19. Puma concolor (Fig. Mustela vison (Fig. 61) 20. Mustela frenata (Fig. 21 21. Spilogale putorius (Fig. 22 22. Leopardus pardalis (Fig. Bassariscus astutus (Fig. 56) 34 Special Publications, Museum of Texas Tech University 23. 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.

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. Cuticula imbricate, flattened, with wavy scales and regular rows. Midshaft dia. 133µm. Figure 49. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Canis lupus. Canis rufus - Red Wolf (TCWC 6541) Medulla continuous, homogeneous type b, vacuolated, occupies entire shaft. Cuticula imbricate, crenate, wavy edges of scales with mosaic arrangement.

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