Few or no creamy-white guard hairs
on the back, base of the ear area mainly rufous-brown (or grey-brown occasionally), back of the front and hind feet brown black, with a rufous-brown shade on the back of the front feet, tail not as black as that of P.
The bundle most often consists of a long and stiff guard hair
and several under hairs with a finer texture.
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.
Awn hairs The secondary hairs below the guard hairs
We used 10 guard hairs
for extraction when possible to reduce the probability of genotyping errors (Gossens et al.
Dogs have single and compound hair follicles; a central follicle that produces the primary hair or guard hair
may have two or more lateral follicles that produce 5 to 25 secondary hairs each.
The outermost three-quarters of the creature's tail, like that of today's beaver, was covered with leathery scales and some guard hairs
The animals' exceptionally warm winter coat has a fine underfur combined with long, hollow guard hairs
Ankle-length guard hairs
protect these animals against severe sub-zero temperatures.
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Their underfur can be two and a half inches thick and their guard hairs
five or more inches long.
Long, coarse hairs, called guard hairs
, cover and protect the otter's short, thick underfur.