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The aim of this publication is to offer the members of the IUCN SSC Small Carnivore Specialist Group, and those who are concerned with small carnivores
in families of Ailuridae, Eupleridae,
Herpestidae, Mephitidae, Mustelidae,
Nandiniidae, Prionodontidae, Procyonidae and Viverridae, original papers, news items,
abstracts, and titles of recent literature.
Prospective authors (who need not be members of the specialist group) should submit material to the Editors-in-chief.
SCC is an Open Access journal, therefore does not charge authors, readers or their institutions for access to its contents.
Note: We are temporarily not accepting new manuscripts. We hope to be back on schedule soon.
José F. González-Maya, Colombia
Héctor E. Ramírez-Chaves, Colombia
Jan Schipper, USA
Emmanuel Do Linh San, South Africa
Francesco Maria Angelici, Italy
Alfredo Cuarón, Mexico
Mauro Schiaffini, Argentina
Roland Wirth, Germany
Anthony Giordano, U.S.A.
Andy Jennings, U.S.A.
Alexei Abramov, Russia
Frank Hawkins, U.S.A.
Philippe Gaubert, France
Angela Glatston, U.K.
Divya Mudappa, India
Geraldine Veron, France
Daniel Willcox, U.K.
John Mathai, Malaysia
Design and Layout
José F. González-Maya
Cover photo: Amod Zambre
Back Cover Photo: D. Willcox
Small Carnivore Conservation
Small Carnivore Conservation is the journal of the IUCN/SSC Small Carnivore Specialist Group (SCSG). The intent of this journal is to provide SCSG members and others concerned with the conservation of small carnivores in the families Ailuridae, Eupleridae, Herpestidae, Mephitidae, Mustelidae, Nandiniidae, Prionodontidae, Procyonidae, and Viverridae, original peer-reviewed papers on the biology, ecology, and conservation of these species.