- Pine marten disappears from England. Kiernan, Vincent // New Scientist;4/2/94, Vol. 142 Issue 1919, p8
Reports on the disappearance of Pine Martens in England according to the University of Bristol's survey. Known refuge of the animals in England; Estimated number of the animals after the First World War; Speculations on the animals' disappearance; Plans to introduce Pine Martens to southern...
- Genetic homogeneity of Canadian mainland marten populations underscores the distinctiveness of Nwefoundland pine martens (Martes americana atrata). Kyle, C.J.; Strobek, C. // Canadian Journal of Zoology;Jan2003, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p57
Studies the distinctiveness of Newfoundland pine martens. Genetic homogeneity of Canadian mainland marten populations; Decrease of gene flow.
- EXTINCT AND EVASIVE MAMMALS. Bond, Ian // Northumbrian Naturalist: Transactions of the Natural History Soc;2012, Vol. 73, p182
A sectional introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including Grey Squirrel, Mountain Hare and Pine Marten.
- Uninvited Guest. Rozelle, David // New York State Conservationist;Feb2016, Vol. 70 Issue 4, p31
A letter to the editor on a photograph of a pine marten feeding a freshly harvested deer is presented.
- The Pine Marten. Longley, Michael // Ploughshares;Fall2001, Vol. 27 Issue 2/3, p99
Presents the poem `The Pine Marten.'
- PINE MARTEN Martes martes. Coult, Terry; O'Hara, Kevin // Northumbrian Naturalist: Transactions of the Natural History Soc;2012, Vol. 73, p28
The article offers information on the Pine Marten which are member of the Mustelid family that are found in Great Britain and mentions its anatomy and behavior. Topics discussed include anatomy of Marten which include pricked rounded ears, fox-like face and long bushy tail; Marten's predating...
- Genetic analysis of sable ( Martes zibellina) and pine marten ( M. martes) populations in sympatric part of distribution area in the northern Urals. Rozhnov, V. V.; Meschersky, I. G.; Pishchulina, S. L.; Simakin, L. V. // Russian Journal of Genetics;Apr2010, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p488
Analysis of nucleotide sequences of the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) control region (495 bp) of sables ( Martes zibellina) and pine martens ( M. martes) from allopatric parts of the species ranges has shown a considerable interspecific genetic distance (>3%). In sympatric populations of these...
- Hepatozoon species infections in Scottish pine martens. // Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;4/2/2005, Vol. 156 Issue 14, p432
Looks into the occurrence of Hepatozoon species infections in pine martens in Scotland. Description of the results of postmortem examinations of four free-living pine martens; Performance of immunohistochemistry on heart and skeletal muscle of one animal; Significance of the presence of the...
- Myocarditis and myositis due to infection with Hepatozoon species in pine martens (Martes martes) in Scotland. Simpson, V. R.; Panciera, R. J.; Hargreaves, J.; McGarry, J. W.; Scholes, S. F. E.; Bown, K. J.; Birtles, R. J. // Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;4/2/2005, Vol. 156 Issue 14, p442
Postmortem examinations of four pine martens which had died as a result of road accidents in Scotland revealed focal, granulomatous lesions in the heart and skeletal muscles of three of them. An immunoperoxidase staining technique showed that the lesions were due to infection with Hepatozoon...