Genetta genetta

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Related to Genetta genetta: Viverridae, Common Genet
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Noun1.Genetta genetta - agile Old World viverrine having a spotted coat and long ringed tailGenetta genetta - agile Old World viverrine having a spotted coat and long ringed tail
viverrine, viverrine mammal - small cat-like predatory mammals of warmer parts of the Old World
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Albino and melanistic genets (Genetta genetta) in Europe.
The diet is designed by analyzing the content of the dropping of Genetta genetta. The droppings have been collected from a latrine located in the east of El Kala National Park (36[degrees] 52' N, 8[degrees] 29' E).
A comparative study of the diets of two sympatric carnivores - The golden jackal (Canis aureus) and the common genet (Genetta genetta) - In Kabylia, Algeria.
1993), kit fox Vulpes macrotis (Ralls & Smith 2004), small spotted genets Genetta genetta (Espirito-Santo et al.
Other common mammals of Donana are wild boar (Sus scrofa), fallow deer (Dama dama), red deer (Cervus elaphus), small spotted genet (Genetta genetta) and red fox (Vulpes vulpes).
The most common species depredating nests of Black Kites in this population are Lynx (Lynx pardina) and Genette (Genetta genetta), and, infrequently, the Spanish Imperial Eagle (Aquila adalberti).
parva can usually only be completed through rodents of the genus Apodemus and the common genet (Genetta genetta), which act as intermediate and definitive host, respectively (Ribas et al.
However, the average obtained was intermediate between values reported for the Viverridae Genetta genetta (Genet; 27.28%, Andrews, 1990) and the felids P concolor (22.11%, Montalvo et al., 2007) and L.
The red fox Vulpes vulpes, common genet Genetta genetta, least weasel Mustela nivalis and the feral cat Felis catus share the riparian habitat with the mink (Garcia & Mateos 2009, Garcia et al.