Nasua


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Noun1.Nasua - coatisNasua - coatis          
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
family Procyonidae, Procyonidae - raccoons; coatis; cacomistles; kinkajous; and sometimes pandas
coati, coati-mondi, coati-mundi, coon cat, Nasua narica - omnivorous mammal of Central America and South America
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Carnivores included two felids, jaguarundi (Herpailurus yagouaroundi; n=5) and little-spotted cat (Leopardus tigrinus; n=2); one canid, the crab-eating fox (Cerdocyon thous; n=4); one procyonid, the coati (Nasua nasua; n=2) and two species of mustelids, tayra (Eira barbara; n=2) and lesser grison (Galictis cuja; n=1).
HU 4 OMN Dasypus PI, HU 3 INS novemcinctus Tamandua mexicana OD, RO 2 INS Sciurus aureogaster OD 11 HER Sciurus deppei OD 2 FRU Cuniculus paca HU, CR 8 FRU Puma concolor HU,CR 2 CAR Panthera onca CR, HU, EX 4 CAR Urocyon HU 11 OMN cinereoargenteus Mustela frenata HU 1 CAR Potos flavus CAU 1 FRU Bassariscus astutus PI 1 OMN Nasua narica HU, OD, PI 7 OMN Procyon lotor HU, EX 4 OMN Pecari tajacu HU, RO 3 HER Mazama americana CR, HU, PI 3 HER Odocoileus RO 1 HER virginianus Sylvilagus sp.
wiedi (95.8%) son nocturnos, mientras que Herpailurus yagouaroundi (100%) es de preferencias diurnas, similar a Eira barbara (99.25%) y Nasua narica (95.31%).
tate = Tapirus terrestris, nana = Nasua nasua, sybr = Sylvilagus brasiliensis, dano = Dasypus novemcinctus, euse = Euphractus sexcinctus, tamte = Tamandua tetradactyla, lepa=Leoparduspardalis, puya=Puma yagouarundi, tape = Tayassu pecari, peta=Pecari tajacu, guin = Guerlinguetus ingrami, cupa = Cuniculus paca, maam = Mazama americana, mago = Mazama gouazoubira, eiba=Eira barbara, dale = Dasyprocta leporina.
This is similar to results previously reported in dogs (GOLDSTEIN et al., 2012) but different from a study with South American coatis (Nasua nasua), which reported that the colonization rate of C.
Huasa Cebus apella Machin negro, mono negro Cebus albifrons Machin blanco, mono blanco Aotidae Aotus nigricepts Musmuqui Piteciidae Callicebus cupreus Tocon Cacajao calvus Huapo colorado Pithecia monachus Huapo negro Atelidae Alouatta seniculus Coto Ateles paniscus (Chamek=) Maquisapa Lagothrix lagotricha Choro Carnivoros Felidae Leopardus pardalis Trigrillo Panthera onca Otorongo, tigre Mustelidae Eira barbara Manco Procyonidae Nasua nasua Achuni Potosflavus Chosna Perissodactyla Tapiridae Tapirus terrestres Sachavaca Tayassuidae Pecari tajacu Sajino Tayassu pecari Huangana Artiodactyla Cervidae Mazama americana Venado colorado Mazama gouzoubira Venado cenizo Rodentia Sciuridae Sciurus sp.
Left dominance was also observed in the Procyonidae family in the species Nasua nasua (Linnaeus, 1766) (Souza et al., 2015a) and Procyon cancrivorus (G.
Because the landfill is inside an area with natural vegetation, it is visited by a wide array of wild species, including mammals, such as raccoons (Procyon lotor), coaiis (Nasua narica), gray foxes (Urocyon cinereoargenteus), and feral dogs, as well as birds including large numbers of vultures and herons (Bubulcus ibis; pers.