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Blanford's fox Vulpes cana has been considered as one of the rarest mammals in south-west Asia. Recently it has been discovered in several locations in the Middle East. The authors conducted A survey of Blanford's foxes in the mountainous desert regions of Israel and found that they are common in Israel, but restricted to A specific habitat. Additional surveys in other Middle Eastern countries are essential for the conservation of this species. © 1993, Fauna and Flora International. All rights reserved.

Original publication

DOI

10.1017/S0030605300020639

Type

Journal article

Journal

Oryx

Publication Date

01/04/1993

Volume

27

Pages

104 - 108