concolor


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concolor

(ˈkɒnkʌlə) ,

concolorate

or

concolorous

adj
(Colours) having a single colour
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We previously investigated wild felids in the state of Mexico and recorded the presence of Leopardus pardalis, Leopardus wiedii, Puma concolor, Lynx rufus, and Herpailurus yagouaroundi (Sanchez et al.
Das 26 especies registradas no Parque Nacional da Serra do Cipo, oito encontram-se ameacadas de acordo com o Livro Vermelho das Especies Ameacadas de Extincao de Minas Gerais: Tamandua tetradactyla, Chrysocyon brachyurus, Lycalopex vetulus, Leopardus pardalis, Leopardus tigrinus, Puma concolor, Lontra longicaudis e Pecari tajacu; e quatro se encontram na Lista da Fauna Brasileira Ameacada de Extincao, sendo elas Chrysocyon brachyurus, Leopardus pardalis, Leopardus tigrinus e Puma concolor (Tabela 1).
El patron de acidos biliares determinado con esta tecnica resulto satisfactorio para distinguir Felis onca y Puma concolor (Fernandez et al.
MOUNTAIN LION Puma concolor ATTACKS ON A MANED WOLF Chrysocyon brachyurus AND A DOMESTIC DOG IN A FORESTRY SYSTEM.
First record of Artibeus (Koopmania) concolor (Chiroptera: Stenodermatinae) for Bolivia.
The Puma concolor (Linnaeus, 1771), also known as puma, mountain lion, red tiger, deer tiger, or cougar (Cheida & Santos, 2010), is the second largest felid in the Americas and the most widely spread in the continent, ranging from Canada to Uruguay (Cheida & Santos; Hunter, 2011).
Therefore, we obtained samples of the two Helminthoglypta subgenus Coyote species described from the Piute and Tehachapi Mountains that border the western edge of the Mojave Desert: Helminthoglypta (Coyote) Isabella Berry, 1938, and Helminthoglypta (Coyote) concolor Roth and Hochberg, 1988.
70 [micron]m), mientras que Robinsonella discolor y Wimmeria concolor los muestran mas angostos, con 38 pm y 37 [micron]m respectivamente (F = 24.
Las muertes de felinos asociadas a conflictos con humanos son la amenaza mas frecuente sobre las poblaciones de los grandes felinos en America latina, y Colombia no es la excepcion; el jaguar Panthera onca y el puma Puma concolor son las especies con mayores reportes de ataques sobre animales domesticos.
The Latin name was formerly Felis concolor, but today Puma concolor is more common.