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203μm. Figure 90. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Capra hircus. Debelica and Thies—Atlas and Key of Terrestrial Texas Mammal Hair 59 Order Rodentia 1. Medulla discontinuous (Fig. 2 Medulla continuous (Fig. 57 2. Medulla simple (Fig. 6 3. Medulla simple type c (Fig. Ochrotomys nuttalli (Fig. 136) Medulla simple type a (Fig. 4 4. Onychomys leucogaster (Fig. 5 5. Peromyscus attwateri (Fig. Peromyscus maniculatus (Fig. 133) 6. Medulla fragmental (Fig. 7 Medulla compound (Fig. 14 7. Medulla fragmental type a (Fig.

3; scale maximum d=13μm. Figure 46. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Nyctinomops macrotis. Debelica and Thies—Atlas and Key of Terrestrial Texas Mammal Hair 31 Eumops perotis - Western Mastiff Bat (ASNHC 11527) Medulla not present. Cuticula coronal, dentate. Scales have average of 8 indentations that are small and mostly of same size. 3; scale maximum d=13μm. Figure 47. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Eumops perotis. 32 Special Publications, Museum of Texas Tech University Order Carnivora – Carnivores The medulla in all Carnivora is vacuolated to some degree.

3 Medulla nodose (Fig. 5 3. Medulla homogeneous type a (Fig. Lama glama (Fig. 79) Medulla other than homogeneous type a (Fig. 6), not penetrated, cuticula flattened (Fig. 4 4. Pecari tajacu (Fig. Sus scrofa (Fig. 77) 5. 7 6. Capra hircus (Fig. Ovis aries (Fig. 86) 7. Cuticula flattened (Fig. Antilope cervicapra (Fig. 89) Cuticula crenate (Fig. 8 8. Antilocapra americana (Fig. 9 9. Ovis canadensis (Fig. 10 10. 12 11. Cervus elaphus (Fig. Odocoileus hemionus (Fig. 82) Debelica and Thies—Atlas and Key of Terrestrial Texas Mammal Hair 51 12.

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