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Frugivory of the Stone Marten (Martes foina Erxl.) in Bulgaria – a review from an urban perspective

Authors: MASUMI HISANO;

Frugivory of the Stone Marten (Martes foina Erxl.) in Bulgaria – a review from an urban perspective

Abstract

The present study reviewed frugivory characteristics of the Stone Marten (Martes foina Erxleben, 1777) in Bulgaria with special reference to cultivated plants. A total of six studies were compiled, which showed that nine species fruits (eight species of them were cultivated) and 17 genus/family-level-identified fruits (six genera of them were cultivated) were consumed by the marten.

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