Division of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) Publication Details

Incisor arcades of Alaskan moose: Is dimorphism related to sexual segregation?

  • Reference: Spaeth, D. F., K. J. Hundertmark, R. T. Bowyer, P. S. Barboza, T. R. Stephenson, and R. O. Peterson. 2001. Incisor arcades of Alaskan moose: Is dimorphism related to sexual segregation? Alces 37(1):217-226. http://flash.lakeheadu.ca/~arodgers/Alces/Vol37a/Alces37(1)_217.pdf
  • Audiences: Wildlife Manager
  • Authors: Perry S. Barboza, R. Terry Bowyer, Kris J. Hundertmark, Rolf O. Peterson, Douglas F. Spaeth, Thomas R. Stephenson
  • Funding Sources:
  • Grants:
  • GMUs or Areas: 06, 14, 15
  • Keywords: moose, Alces alces, body mass, growth, incisor breadth, incisor depth, morphology, resource partitioning, sexual dimorphism, sexual segregation
  • Link: http://flash.lakeheadu.ca/~arodgers/Alces/Vol37a/Alces37(1)_217.pdf (Offsite)
  • Partners: University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska Department of Fish and Game
  • Primary Authors: Douglas F. Spaeth
  • Programs: Kenai Moose Research Center
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  • Publication Types: Journal Article/External Publication
  • Regions: Region I - Southeast Alaska, Region II - Southcentral Alaska
  • Species: Moose
  • Species Categories: Big Game, Mammals, Ungulates
  • Title: Incisor arcades of Alaskan moose: Is dimorphism related to sexual segregation?
  • Topics: Research, Physiology, Diet
  • Year: 2001

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