Less known than the spotted cats is the maned wolf
, which is highly protected.
For example, one maned wolf
(Chrysocyon brachyurus) and six giant anteaters (Myrmecophaga tridactyla), both classified nationally as vulnerable (Machado et al., 2008), were found killed inside the Paresi Indigenous Land.
One hundred isolates of Staphylococcus were obtained from swabs and biopsies of lesions at different sites (abscess, cornea, ear, fluids, fracture, lung, lymph node, oral mucosa, nail, rectum, skin, and urine) of domestic and wild animals (Cockatiel, Crab-eating fox, Crab-eating raccoon, Hoary fox, Maned wolf
The IEcS (22[degrees]11'S, 47[degrees]51'W) covers 2300 ha with many threatened species, such as, maned wolf
(Chrysocyon brachyurus), rhea (Rhea americana) and cougar (Puma concolor) (l0).
The maned wolf
(Chrysocyon brachyurus) is a characteristic canid of the cerrado biome and its existence area includes Central Brazil, Paraguay, and small areas of Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, and possibly Uruguay.
CLINICAL SIGNS SUGGESTIVE OF MANGE INFESTATION IN A FREE-RANGING MANED WOLF
(Chrysocyon brachyurus) IN THE MOXOS SAVANNAHS OF BENI, BOLIVIA
Ecology and conservation of the maned wolf
; multidisciplinary perspectives.
The occurrence of dioctophymiasis in the Maned Wolf
(Chrysocyon brachyurus) predation on Pampas Deer (Ozotocerus bezoarticus) in Central Brazil.
Quatro relatos de caso: Suppurative sialadenitis in mandibular gland of a dog--ultrasonographic aspect; Complicagoes pos-cirurgicas apos a excisao de carcinoma de celulas escamosas na regiao perianal em femea equina; Parasitism by dioctophyme renale (goeze, 1782) in maned wolf
(chrysocyon brachyurus), Brazil; e Apresentagao atipica de tumor venereo transmissivel cutaneo em um cao.
In the past, maned wolf
(Chrysocyon brachyurus, Illiger, 1815) was widely distributed in areas of open vegetation of 'Cerrado', 'Chaco' and 'Pampa' (DIETZ, 1984; RODDEN et al., 2004; CHIARELLO et al., 2008).
(2001), maned wolf
(Chrysocyon brachyrus) showed the opening of the parotid duct at the level of the lateral line of the first upper molar tooth.