By Anica Debelica, Monte L. Thies
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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. Cuticula imbricate, crenate, scale edges smooth, rows very irregular and broken. Midshaft dia. 105 µm. Figure 48. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Canis latrans. 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.
Figure 40. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Euderma maculatum. 28 Special Publications, Museum of Texas Tech University Corynorhinus rafinesquii - Rafinesque’s Big-eared Bat (TTU 45393) Medulla not present. Cuticula coronal, simple. Scales funnel-shaped, slanted and uneven. 1; scale maximum d=13µm. Figure 41. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Corynorhinus rafinesquii. Corynorhinus townsendii - Townsend’s Big-eared Bat (ASNHC 11586) Medulla not present. Cuticula coronal, simple. Scales very slanted and close to each other.
Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Urocyon cinereoargenteus. Family Ursidae Ursus americanus - American Black Bear (uncataloged specimen, OSUCOV) Medulla continuous, nodose type a, flattened “cells”, occupies 1/3 to 1/2 of shaft. Cuticula imbricate, crenate, smooth to wavy large scales with mosaic arrangement. Midshaft dia. 102μm. Figure 54. Medulla (left) and cuticula (right) of Ursus americanus. 38 Special Publications, Museum of Texas Tech University Ursus arctos - Grizzly or Brown Bear (TTU 109057) Medulla continuous, nodose type a, flattened “cells”, vacuolated, occupies 1/3 of shaft.