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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The aim of this study was to examine how biotic and abiotic features influence parasitological parameters of Acanthocephala found in brown-nosed coatis (Nasua nasua) and crab-eating foxes (Cerdocyon thous) in the Brazilian Pantanal.
The wild species most killed were: Cerdocyon thous, Euphractus sexcinctus and Conepatus semistriatus; the domestic ones were: Canis familiaris and Felis catus (Table 2).
Anatomical Variations of the Caudomedial Antebrachial Muscles in the Crab-Eating Fox (Cerdocyon thous)
Negative m705/17 NA Negative m709/17 Myrmecophaga tridactyla Negative m743/17 Nasua nasua Negative m748/17 Cerdocyon thous Negative m765/17 Leopardus pardalis Negative m787/17 Leopardus weidii Positive Genbank MF975706 m809/17 Tapirus terrestris Positive Genbank MF975705 m874/17 Nasua nasua Negative m878/17 Alouatta sp.
virginianus), en el caserio Quebrayacual, municipio Libertad (09[grados]44'22,3"N/64[grados]32'57,8"O) y dos zorros cangrejeros (Cerdocyon thous) en el caserio San Jose de las Margaritas del Llano, municipio Aragua de Barcelona (9[grados]27'27"N/64[grados]49'34"O).
The species Euphractus sexcinctus, Puma yagouaroundi, Sylvilagus brasiliensis, Mazama gouazoubira and Cerdocyon thous had a negative relationship with the density of trees, as they occurred more frequently in the native grasslands (Fig.
The patient usually hunted several wild animals, including capybaras (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris), armadillos (Dasypus spp.), the pampas fox (Lycalopexgymnocercus), and the crab-eating fox (Cerdocyon thous).
Hay informes de infeccion en canidos salvajes como el zorro de monte (Cerdocyon thous), el lobo de crin o "aguara guazu" (Chrysocyon brachyurus), el zorro canoso (Lycalopex vetulus) (2, 9) y el perro de monte (Spheotos venaticus) (4).
Con respecto a los mamiferos del suelo, aquellos que usaron en mayor proporcion el bosque fueron Cerdocyon thous, Eira barbara y Leopardus pardalis.