crab-eating fox

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Noun1.crab-eating fox - wild dog of northern South America
wild dog - any of various undomesticated mammals of the family Canidae that are thought to resemble domestic dogs as distinguished from jackals or wolves
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In this study, we found species that could have been killed in this manner, for instance Cerdocyon thous and Lycalopex gymnocercus.
Didelphis albiventris Lund, 1840, Dasypus novemcinctus Linnaeus, 1758, Cerdocyon thons (Linnaeus, 1766), Nasna nasna (Linnaeus, 1766), Procyon cancrivorus (G.
Para los mamiferos terrestres la especie mas abundante fue Proechimys chrysaeolus (105), seguida de Cerdocyon thous (87) y Marmosopsparvidens (86).
Segundo Tortato (2008), foram registradas 25 especies de mamiferos nativos, incluidas em 16 familias: Didelphis albiventris, Dasypus novemcinctus, Cabassous tatouay, Tamandua tetradactyla, Alouata guariba, Sapajus nigritus, Cerdocyon thous, Leopardus pardalis, Leopardus tigrinus, Leopardus wiedii, Eira barbara, Nasua nasua, Procyon cancrivorus, Pecari tajacu, Mazama guazoubira, Mazama nana, Akodon sp.
Area de accion, actividad y uso de habitat del zorro patas negras, Cerdocyon thous, en un bosque seco.
de atropellos Clase Mammalia Didelphidae Chucha comun Didelphis 223 marsupialis Canidae Perro domestico Canis lupus 65 familiaris Zorro Cerdocyon thous 1 Felidae Gato domestico Felis catus 31 Tigrillo Leopardus tigrinus 2 Muridae Raton Rata Mus musculus 17 Rattus norvegicus 2 Dasypodidae Armadillo Dasypus novemcinctus 6 Mustelidae Chucuro Mustela frenata 3 Bovidae Vaca/Toro Bos indicus 1 Phyllostomidae Murcielago Artibeus sp.
Detection of antibodies to Neospora caninum in two species of wild canids, Lycalopex gymnocercus and Cerdocyon thous from Brazil.
In Paraiba State, Brazil, the fat of a different species of fox, Cerdocyon thous is used for treatment of prolapse of uterus (Barboza et al.
Conepatus semistriatus, Cerdocyon thous, Potos flavus and Procyon cancrivorus) and the tapir (Tapirus terrestris), were apparently common, according to the interviews and occasional records in the study area.