In volume XXII of the Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, it was shown that the Little Spotted Skunk is state wide in its distribution. Since writing the last article, I have received specimens from Muscatine, Iowa, from Mr. J. Greenblatt; also from Mr. Christian Hoeg, of Decorah, Iowa, who states that they seem to be quite common in that vicinity; and also from Sabula, Iowa, at which place Mr. J. C. Day and son had received during the winter of 1915 and 1916, up to the 17th of March, 1916, twenty-five pelts of "civet cats," trapped in the immediate vicinity of Sabula.
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Bailey, B. H.
"Additional Notes on the Little Spotted Skunk, Spilogale interrupta Raf.,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 23(1), 290-290.
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