Foram observados tambem mamiferos voadores, roedores, marsupiais e felinos, como: a onca-parda, a jaguatirica, o gato do mato (Leopardus tigrinus) e o jaguarundi
(2010), observed different levels of temporal segregation, with some species displaying apposite schedules (jaguarundi
and margay) while others differed in their activity peaks or were active at any time of the day (puma and oncilla).
"The Service fears any ocelots or jaguarundi
that may have been caught in these areas when water began to rise may have been malnourished, injured or perished," the report said.
The refuge is also home to two endangered wildcats 2014 the ocelot and jaguarundi
2014 and some of the last surviving stands of sabal palm trees in South Texas.
* 11 federally listed threatened or endangered wildlife species, including ocelot and jaguarundi
, both small forest cats that have lost much of their native habitat in south Texas and surrounding states.
(Puma yagouaroundi) in the Kaa-Iya del Gran Chaco National Park, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
La familia Felidae esta representada en Mexico por seis especies: jaguar (Panthera onca, Linnaeus 1758), puma (Puma concolor, Linnaeus 1771), jaguarundi
(Puma jaguaroundi, E.
How about a goofy gibbon or jazzy jaguarundi
? What about a rockhopper?
in wild animals, such as the jaguarundi
(Puma (Herpailurus) yagouaroundi) (VIEIRA et al., 2013), hoary fox (Dusicyon vetulus) (LIMA et al.
Geoffroy Saint- Hilaire, 1803), "gatovermelho," "gato-azul," Jaguarundi
Leoparduspardalis Headache, Terrestrial (Linnaeus, 1758), sore throat, ocelot, "gato- backache, wounds maracaja," Leopardus Wounds, urinary Terrestrial tigrinus (Schreber, incontinence, 1775), oncilla, injuries, sore "gato-mirim" throat, sucking a splinter out of skin or flesh Table 2: Medicinal uses of edible fishes and game species in Brazil.
Diet of margay Leoparduswiedii and jaguarundi
Pumayagouaroundi (Carnivora: Felidae) in Atlantic rainforest Brazil.
PAWS FOR A BREAK Jaguarundi
wild cat and her cubs at Tayto Park