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mar·gay

 (mär′gā′, mär-gā′)
n. pl. mar·gays
A spotted Central and South American wildcat (Leopardus wiedii) resembling a small, long-tailed ocelot.

[French, from Portuguese maracajá, from Tupí.]

margay

(ˈmɑːˌɡeɪ)
n
(Animals) a feline mammal, Felis wiedi, of Central and South America, having a dark-striped coat
[C18: from French, from Tupi mbaracaiá]

mar•gay

(ˈmɑr geɪ)

n.
a small spotted cat, Felis wiedii, of the southwestern U.S. and tropical America.
[1775–85; < French < Tupi marakaya]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.margay - small spotted wildcat found from Texas to Brazilmargay - small spotted wildcat found from Texas to Brazil
Felis, genus Felis - type genus of the Felidae: true cats and most wildcats
wildcat - any small or medium-sized cat resembling the domestic cat and living in the wild
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Leopardus wiedii is considered endangered in the following states of Brazil: Parana, Rio Grande do Sul and Rio de Janeiro (Bergallo, Rocha, Van Sluys, Geise, & Alves, 2000; Fontana, Bencke, & Reis, 2003, Mikich & Bernils, 2004).
We analyzed presence of prey only for Leopardus pardalis and Leopardus wiedii.
Adicionalmente, a nivel internacional Leopardus wiedii se cataloga casi amenazado y la Proechimys chrysaeolus se considera de datos deficientes (MADS, 2014; UICN 2015) (Tabla 1).
6%) DASYPODIDAE Dasypus novemcinctus C 2 L3 Dasypus yepesi C 2 L3, L8 Euphractus sexcinctus N, C 87 I CEBIDAE Sapajus cay C 2 L3, L5 CANIDAE Cerdocyon thous N, C 280 I Lycalopex gymnocercus C 20 I FELIDAE Leopardus geoffroyi C, S 11 I Leopardus pardalis N, C, S 91 I Leopardus tigrinus C 1 L6 Leopardus wiedii N, C 30 I Panthera onca C 2 L4, L5 Puma concolor N, C 11 I Puma yagouaroundi N, C, S 20 Lnf (70%) MUSTELIDAE Eira barbara N, C, S 460 i Galictis cuja C 1 L6 MEPHITIDAE Conepatus chinga N 2 LI, L2 PROCYONIDAE Nasua nasua N, C 53 I Procyon cancrivorus C, S 36 I CERVIDAE Mazama americana N 6 L2, L3, L6, L7 Mazama gouazoubira N, C, S 193 I TAYASSUIDAE Pecari tajacu N, C, S 142 I TAPIRIDAE Tapirus terrestris N, C 63 Lnf (55.
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.
Seis especies representan el primer registro para el estado: Leopardus wiedii, Eira barbara, Lontra longicaudis, Orthogeomys hispidus, Peromyscus beatae y P.
de individuos Machos Hembras Canidae Lycalopex culpaeus Zorro andino 2 1 Lycalopex sechurae Zorro costeno 4 1 Ursidae Tremarctos ornatus Oso de anteojos 3 4 Ursus arctos arctos Oso pardo 1 1 Ursus americanus Oso negro 1 1 americano Procyonidae Nasua nasua Coati 1 1 Potos flavus Chosna 1 7 Mustelidae Lontra longicaudis Nutria de rio -- 1 Felidae Leopardus pardalis Tigrillo 2 -- Leopardus tigrinus Oncilla 1 2 Leopardus wiedii Margay 2 -- Leopardus colocolo Gato del 1 1 pajonal Panthera onca Otorongo 1 4 Puma concolor Puma 2 1 Panthera leo Leon 6 3 Panthera tigris Tigre 1 2 Otariidae Otaria flavescens Lobo chusco 1 2 Cuadro 2.
La subfamilia Felinae esta representada por dos generos, Leopardus y Puma, y 11 especies: Puma concolor (puma, leon de montana), Puma yaguaroundi (yaguarundi), Leopardus braccatus (gato del pantanal), Leopardus pardalis (ocelote), Leopardus geoffroyi (gato de Geoffroy), Leopardus colocolo (colocolo), Leopardus tigrinus (oncilla, tigrito), Leopardus guigna (guina), Leopardus jacobitus (gato de los Andes), Leopardus wiedii (margay), y el Leopardus pajeros (gato de las Pampas).
Los especificos de la forma mayor de vida iyiwak kaloie infradiferenciados en bribri son: ale 'taltuza' (Orthogeomys cherriei y Orthogeomys heterodus); stsa' name 'manigordo' ~ 'caucel' ~ 'tigrillo' (Leopardus pardalis, Leopardus wiedii, Leopardus tigrinus); sawe 'conejo de monte' (Sylvilagus dicei y Sylvilagus brasiliensis); skue 'raton' (Heteromys desmarestianus, Oryzomys caliginosus, Oligoryzomys spp) y sukula' 'yiso' (Proechimys semispinosus y Hoplomys gymnurus).
Geoffroy) Murcielaguito plateado Myotis nigricans (Schinz) Murcielago negruzco comun Myotis riparius (Handley) Murcielaguito acanelado Myotis simus (Thomas) Murcielago vespertino aterciopelado Carnivora Felidae Leopardus pardalis (Linnaeus) Ocelote, Tigrillo, Gato onza Leopardus wiedii (Schinz) Huamburushu, Margay Puma concolor (Linnaeus) Puma, Leon Puma yagouaroundi (E.
Con respecto al estatus de las especies usadas, 7 de ellas se encuentran en alguna categoria de riesgo a nivel nacional (SEMARNAT, 2003), como lo son: Accipiter bicolor, Cyrtonyx moctezume, Herpailurus yagouaroundi, Leopardus pardalis, Leopardus wiedii, Ctenosaura pectinata y Kinosternon integrum.
Carnivore Species Scientific Name CITES Listing Canidae bush dog Speothos venaticus Appendix I maned wolf Chrysocyon brachyurus Appendix II pampas fox Pseudalopex gymnocercus Appendix II Mustelidae long-tailed otter Lontra longicaudus Appendix I giant otter Pteronura brasiliensis Appendix I Felidae jaguar Panthera onca Appendix I puma Puma concolor Appendix II ocelot Leopardus pardalis Appendix I margay Leopardus wiedii Appendix I oncilla Leopardus tigrina Appendix I jaguarundi Herpailurus vagouaroundi Appendix II Geoffroy's cat Oncifelis geoffroyi Appendix I pampas cat Oncifelis colocolo Appendix II Table 2.