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Figure S1. Mean length (± 1 SD) of guard hairs from three locations on captive martens, Laramie, Wyoming, 2006. Prior to 7 September, measures of hair growth from the tail reflected the hair from the previous molt, making measurements of new growth uncertain. Therefore, these data were omitted from our model of hair growth with the Gompertz function (Fig. 2). These data suggest that hair replacement on the body precedes that of the tail as previously reported (Bassett and Llewellyn 1949).

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