Spilogale putorius

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Related to Spilogale putorius: Mephitis mephitis, Taxidea taxus
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Noun1.Spilogale putorius - small skunk with a marbled black and white coatSpilogale putorius - small skunk with a marbled black and white coat; of United States and Mexico
polecat, wood pussy, skunk - American musteline mammal typically ejecting an intensely malodorous fluid when startled; in some classifications put in a separate subfamily Mephitinae
genus Spilogale, Spilogale - a genus of Mustelidae
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Montane habitat used by the spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius) in Mexico.
Herrera" de la Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico MZFC-M, 3458 [masculindad] 10 km S, El Carrizal, Municipio de Emiliano Zapata (19 23'24.6" N y 96 38'9" O (Leon & Romo, 1991) incorporado como Spilogale putorius spp., interrupta.
GRUPO ESPECIES NOM-059- SEMARNAT- 2001 ANFIBIOS Buffo alvarius Buffo punctatus Buffo retiformis X Rana catesbiana REPTILES Cnemidophorus exsaguis Cnemidophorus inornatus Cnemidophorus tigris Lampropeltis triangulm Sauromaulus obesus X Uma notata X Uta stanburiana MAMIFEROS Amnospermophilus harrisi Canis letrans Conepatus leuconotus Didelphis virginiana Dipodomys deserti Lasiurus borealis Lasiurus ega Leptonicteris nivalis x Lepus alleni x Lepus californicus Linx rufus Macrotus californicus Myotis californicus Neotoma lepida x Perognathus bayleyi Perognathus penicillatus Pipistrellus hesperus Spilogale putorius Sylvilagus aududoni Tadarida brasiliensis Tadarida molossa Taxidea taxus x Thomomys bottae Urocyon cinereoargenteus Vulpes macrotis x
Although these records may indicate recent range expansions, it is just as likely that these represent historical occupation by Spilogale putorius in this region and the species simply has not been detected previously.
vison, mink x -- -- Spilogale putorius, spotted skunk x -- -- Taxidea taxus, badger x -- -- Felidae Puma concolor, mountain lion x -- -- Lynx rufas, bobcat x -- -- * = found elsewhere in the cave but not in the stratigraphic sections presented here.
Tlacuache Uch Dasypus novemcinctus Armadillo Ib/mail chon Conepatus mesoleucus Zorrillo Poy/poyoy Mephitis macroura Zorrillo Poy/poyoy Spilogale putorius Zorrillo Poy/poyoy Orthogeomys hispidus Tuza Ba Heteromys desmarestianus Raton espinoso Ch'o Nasua narica Tejon Kotom Canis latrans Coyote Ok'il Sciurus deppei Ardilla Chuch Procyon lotor Mapache Me'el Peromyscus sp.
rufus (Audubon & Bachman), red wolf Ex (1832) Cervus elaphus Linnaeus, elk (wapiti) Ex (1839) Erethizon dorsatwn (Linnaeus), porcupine Ex (1918) Felis concolor Linnacus, mountain lion Ex (1851) Galo galo (Linnacus), wolverine Ex (1852) Lynx lynx Kerr, lynx Ex (1832?) Martes pennanti (Erxleben), fisher Ex (1859) Spilogale putorius (Linnaeus), eastern Ex (1920?) spotted skunk Ursus americanus Pallas, black bear Ex (1850) Relative abundance CLASS OSTEICHTHYES Order Petromyzontiformes (lampreys) Family Petromyzontidae (lamprey) Ichthyomyzon bdellium (Jordon), R Ohio lamprey I.
Sorex monticolus, Sorex trowbridgii, Glacomys sabrinus, Spilogale putorius, Peromyscus man iculatus, and Sorex vagrans together made up 22%.
These species included common deer mice, forest deer mice, red-backed voles, montane shrews, Trowbridge's shrews, mountain beaver (Aplodontia rufa), Townsend's chipmunks, spotted skunks (Spilogale putorius), Douglas squirrels, black-tailed deer, and black bears.
Two additional mammals with apparently contracting geographic distributions in Nebraska, or at least with decreasing population levels, are the eastern spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius) and the long-tailed weasel (Mustela frenata).
En Mexico se ha reportado existen 4 especies de zorrillos manchados (Spilogale putorius, S.
For example, we did not detect the eastern spotted skunk Spilogale putorius, long-tailed weasel Mustela frenata, blacktailed prairie dog Cynomys ludovicianus, or swamp rabbit Sylvilagus aquaticus.