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Re: Fox epiphyseal fusion data

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Christian Küchelmann <[log in to unmask]>

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Christian Küchelmann <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 30 Jul 2009 20:42:01 +0200

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Hi Jonny,

here are the data:

> Calcaneus: no data given

> Coxae: ilium, ischium and pubis are not fused in a 2 months old  
> fox; the symphysis begins to fuse with 8-9 months and is finally  
> calcified after 12 months.

> Radius prox+dist: both not fused in a 2 months old individual

> Humerus prox+dist: both not fused in a 2 months old individual

> Femur prox+dist: proximal fused, distal not fused in a 2 months
> old individual

> Tibia prox+dist: both not fused in a 2 months old individual; the  
> tibia epiphyses are the last to fuse but no exact date is given  
> (Habermehl assumes that the situation is probably comparable to  
> Meles meles, where the proximal epiphysis fuses between 20-22  
> months and the distal between 24-28 months.

> Ulna prox+dist: proximal fused, distal not fused in a 2 months old  
> individual

> Metapodials: no data given

> Scapula: fused with 2 months

Ref: Habermehl 1985, 115-120

Best

Christian
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Am 30.07.2009 um 11:05 schrieb Jonny Geber:

> Dear all,
>
> Thanks to all of you who recommended literature in my previous  
> query about ageing fox skeletons. The problem I have now is to  
> actually access those sources – the Habermehl publication is more  
> or less impossible to get hold of here in Ireland…
>
> So I wonder if any kind soul in possession of Habermehl’s  
> “Altersbestimmung bei Wild- und Pelz- tieren” and with plenty of  
> free time would mind looking up the following age-at-fusion data  
> for the following epiphyses of fox (Vulpes vulpes):
>
> Calcaneus
> Coxae
> Radius prox+dist
> Humerus prox+dist
> Femur prox+dist
> Tibia prox+dist
> Radius prox+dist
> Ulna prox+dist
> Metapodials
> Scapula
>
> Any help is greatly appreciated!
>
> Thanks a million!
>
>
>
> Jonny Geber
> Osteologist
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