I have a customer that wants me to buy and mount the different types of fox for her. I know there are different color phases but are there any beside the Red, Grey, Arctic and Kit. Is the Swift the same as a Kit?
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The silver fox, and the blue fox. North America.
the Fennec fox, Saharan desert to the Arabian peninsula. Bengal Fox, India. Cape fox, South Africa. Corsac Fox, Asia. Tibetan sand Fox, Tibet, and Nepal. Pale Fox Saharan Africa. Ruppells, Fox Sahara, to Arabian peninsula. Bat eared Fox, South East Africa. Blandfords Fox, South Africa. Small-eared Dog, South America. Crab eating Fox, South America. Culpeo Or Andean Fox, South America. Pampas Fox, South America. Hoary Fox, South America.
Isn't there a perl fox too? Or is that another color phase.
Like the blue fox, is a color phase, hybrid .
is just a cross phase of the red isn't it?
is a color phase of a red. Around here there called cross foxes. The ones ive seen are black with silver tips on the guard hairs. Very desirable hide because of the rarity, at least here.
Me call them silvers or blacks around here. We call the cross the reds with alot of grey on their tops and flanks. Thanks for all the responses.
they are different, kits, are in basically, new mexico, arizona, california, and nevada i think, SWIFT is in the mid west, upper texas ext....
some scientists say that they are the same species, some say different but they look different and are built a little different, kits are built more for the desert and have bigger ears to diffuse heat, swifts are a little thicker in body and have smaller ears, they come from the plains while the kits are from the deserts hope this helps