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Rabies in Raccoons: Biology and Behaviour

This section has been added on the request of users to provide an overall data-map of sections added for specific Wildpro volumes.

However, Wildpro has been designed to support decision-making, and important back-ground information is provided through its flowchart structure. We recommend that first-time users, or those unfamiliar with this species, or with its recommended care, return to the flowchart (Rabies in Raccoons: Biology and Behaviour) and follow through the flowcharts and lists to find the information they need.

NOTE: Wildpro is a multi-volume encyclopaedia. Reference lists (Books, Journals etc.) and individual reference pages (e.g. J1 Journal of Wildlife Diseases) list ALL the references which have been added to the Wildpro Encyclopaedia to date, NOT just the references for a single volume.

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About Raccoons Procyon lotor:

GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Alternative Names
2. General Appearance and Similar Species
3. Husbandry Information (Captive Management)

APPEARANCE / MORPHOLOGY
1. Measurement & Weight
2. Head and Neck
3. Legs, Spine and Tracks
4. Tail
5. Skin / Coat / Pelage
6. Detailed Anatomy Notes
 

LIFE STAGES / NATURAL DIET / PHYSIOLOGY
1. Reproductive Stages
2. Natural Diet
3. Hibernation / Aestivation
4. Detailed Physiology Notes
 

BEHAVIOUR
1. Feeding Behaviour
2. Parental Behaviour
3. Social Behaviour / Territoriality / Predation / Learning
4. Sexual Behaviour
5. Activity Patterns, Self-grooming and Navigation

 

HABITAT & RANGE
1. General Habitat Type
2. Nests / Burrows / Shelters
3. Distribution and Movement (Migration etc.)
 

CONSERVATION
1. Species Variation (subspeciation)
2. Conservation Status


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About the Disease:

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About the Virus:

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Overviews: Effects of Raccoon Biology and Behaviour on Raccoon Rabies

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Maps:

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Support References:

 


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