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Fig 10 - Sexual dimorphism of craniological characters in Eurasian badgers, Meles spp. (Carnivora, Mustelidae)

Fig. 10. Skulls of a male (a) and a female (b) of the three species of Eurasian badgers: 1. Meles meles , European form (1a: ZIN 35056, 1b: ZIN 16909, specimens from Leningrad Province, Russia), 2. Meles leucurus , Siberian form (2a: ZIN 1148, 2b: ZIN 1139, specimens from Eastern Kazakhstan), 3. Meles anakuma (3a: NSM 1071, 3b: NSM 27353, specimens from Honshu, Japan). 
Skulls of a male (a) and a female (b) of the three species of Eurasian badgers: 1. Meles meles , European form (1a: ZIN 35056, 1b: ZIN 16909, specimens from Leningrad Province, Russia), 2. Meles leucurus , Siberian form (2a: ZIN 1148, 2b: ZIN 1139, specimens from Eastern Kazakhstan), 3. Meles anakuma (3a: NSM 1071, 3b: NSM 27353, specimens from Honshu, Japan). 
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