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|All Authors / Contributors:||Julia Wade-Smith; B J Verts|
|Notes:||Figure 1. Juvenile striped skunk in typical defensive pose. Note that white stripes extend only about half way to rump, a less common marking pattern. (Photo by W. E. Clark, from Illinois Natural History Survey files.)
Figure 2. Dorsal, ventral, and lateral views of cranium and lateral and occlusal views of lower jaw of Mephitis mephitis (OSUFW 6206, adult female from Portal, Chiricahua Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona). Condylobasal length of skull is 66.5 mm.
Figure 3. Geographic distribution of Mephitis mephitis. (Map redrawn after Hall, 1981.)
|Other Titles:||Mephitis mephitis|