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(ˈkɒnkʌlə) ,




(Colours) having a single colour
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concolor. and the Jawbone Canyon snail have similar dimensions, and their composite functions could correctly place only a portion of their shells in the correct taxon (Table 5); 75% and 70% respectively of the Jawbone Canyon and H.
Adicionalmente, registramos algunos ejemplares encontrados muertos en las RNP estudiadas tales como Didelphis virginiana (2015 en El Chali, Panajachel, Solola), Puma concolor (2010 en San Jeronimo Miramar-Quixaya, Patulul, Suchitepequez), Canis latrans (2016 en Reserva Heloderma, Cabanas, Zacapa) y Mustela frenata (2016 en Reserva Heloderma, Cabanas, Zacapa).
The Latin name was formerly Felis concolor, but today Puma concolor is more common.
Again, just a limited numbers felid species in South America such jaguars (Crawshaw Junior and Quigley, 1991; Soisalo and Cavalcanti, 2006), mountain lions (Puma concolor) (Franklin et al., 1999; Mark et al., 2009), ocelots (Konecny, 1989; Dillon and Kelly, 2008) and Geoffroy's cat (Leopardus geoffroyi) (d'Orbigny & Gervais, 1844) (Manfredi et al., 2006; Pereira, 2010) were subject of studies.
concolor antheridia has been observed prior to the adult cordate stage.
No grupo 1, Actinostemon concolor (laranjeira-do-mato) foi a mais importante em razao de sua alta densidade e frequencia, representando um valor de percentual de importancia (PI) de 21,7%.
Shedding aggregations of Crotalus viridis concolor. Herpetological Review 30:211-213.