The PDF file you selected should load here if your Web browser has a PDF reader plug-in installed (for example, a recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader). cal process of hibridization and unidirectional introgression affecting a congeneric species, Leopardus tigrinus (Trigo et al., ). Remarkably, this process has. The tigrina Leopardus tigrinus (Schreber, ) is a small-sized Key-Words: Leopardus tigrinus; L. guttulus; L. emiliae; Subspecies;.
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PDF | On October 1st, , at the Mangroves San Pedro de Vice –MSPV ( Sechura, Piura - Peru) the first visual record of Leopardus pajeros was made in the. The pampas cat Leopardus pajeros (Desmarest, ) authors (Bagno et al. . Manual de metodologías para relevamientos de carnívoros alto andinos. Leopardus pajeros (Desmarest, ) (Carnivora: Felidae) in Northern Peru: first Manual de metodologías para relevamientos de carnívoros alto andinos.
Subsequently, between August and December of , different tracks were recorded. Rodrigues, M. Villalobos, J. Dalponte, R. Paula, R.
Subsequently, between August and December of , different tracks were recorded. Rodrigues, M. Villalobos, J.
Dalponte, R. Paula, R.
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Madrid, J. Condori and U. An update on the distribution of Andean cat Oreailurus jacobita and pampas cat Lynchailurus colocolo in Peru.
Endangered Species Research Bennet, N. Bernal, U. Fajardo, M. Lucherini, M. Merino, J. Marino, C. Napolitano, R. Palacios, P. Perovic, Y.
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Walker and Y. Buenos Aires: Alianza Gato Andino.
Fajardo, U. The pampas cat group Genus Lynchailurus Severtzov, Carnivora, Felidae , a systematic and biogeographic review. American Museum Novitates Grimwood, I. Notes on the distribution and status of some Peruvian mammals. Johnson, W. Slattery, E. Type 3B is similar to type 3A, but the background color is paler and more yellowish, with flank spots that are browner and more distinct, feet that are only black on the soles, and discontinuous rings and a narrow black tip on the tail.
This type occurs in the subspecies L.
The subtypes of Type 2 show variation according to altitude and latitude. At latitudes where both the first and second subtypes are found, the former tends to occur in highlands and the latter in lowlands.
Therefore, the Pampas cat group was divided into three distinct species with 11 subspecies. However, this is labelled with uncertainty due to the very small sample,  and some treat it as a synonym of L.
It is thought to prey mainly on small mammals and birds. Guinea pigs are thought to form a large part of its diet, along with viscachas , other rodents , and the ground-dwelling tinamou order of birds.
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