Macho: A male alpaca.
Maiden: a female alpaca old enough to breed but who has not bred yet.
Maternal trait: A characteristic especially important in breeding females. May include fertility, freedom from dystocia, adequate milk production and ability to mother well.
Mean fiber diameter: The average diameter or thickness of a group of fibers from an alpaca.
Medulla: The hollow core often found in coarse guard hair or kemp fibers in the chest and underbelly of the fleece.
Medullation: How much medullated hair a fleece contains.
Melanin: The pigment in skin that determines coat and skin color.
Micron: A measurement of fiber diameter, equal to 1/25,000 of an inch, or 1/1000th of a millimeter, that refers to the fineness of a fiber. The smaller the micron, the finer the fiber.
Multicolor: An individual that incorporates more than one color in its fleece.
Multiple sire pasture: A breeding pasture or pen housing more than one sire at a time.
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