Degradation of this sample in the field was suspected as a suitable number of guard hairs
(n = four) for extraction were collected.
Porcupine guard hair
is a commodity, the price of which rises and falls on the fur market.
Profiles of body weight, cashmere fibre and guard hair
An alternative explanation is transfer of the larvae directly from the guard hairs
of the caribou to the human eye or skin through close contact with animal pelts.
Grooming by hand to take away the long guard hairs
on a short haired variety is essential and then they receive a final bath with baby shampoo.
They grew to about the size of present-day Asiatic elephants, boasted warm coats made of long, brown guard hairs
and soft underwool and had large, curved ivory tusks.
The outermost three-quarters of the creature's tail, like that of today's beaver, was covered with leathery scales and some guard hairs
Ankle-length guard hairs
protect these animals against severe sub-zero temperatures.
The next column will examine copyright infringement, so when you hear the phrase 'waive your rights,' your guard hairs
should rise since your copyright claim is voluntarily being given up.
Long, coarse hairs, called guard hairs
, cover and protect the otter's short, thick underfur.
They have highly sensitive whiskers on the nose and longer guard hairs
throughout the fur.
Winter guard hairs
are elongated and slender when compared to the stouter summer hairs.