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Synonyms for Felidae

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Some parts of the world were without felidae until people imported domestic cats along trade routes.
Table 1: Wildlife species population structure in study location of Kwale Forest Reserve CLASS ORDER FAMILY COMMON NAME ORDER MAMMALIA Carnivora Viverridae March mongoose African Civet Felidae Forest Gene Mustelidae Palm civet Serval Leopard Cape Clawless Otter Carnivora Carnidae Fox Mustelidae Spotted necked otter Warthog Artiodactyla Red River--hog Suidae Hippopotamu Hippopotamus Bovidae African buffalo Sitatunga Blue duker Kob, Bushbuck Primate Galagidae Dwarf Galago Cercopithedidae Mona monkey Pata monkey White-nose monkey Rodentia Sciuridae Redless Tree- Squirrle Giant forest- Cricetidae Squirrel Gambian Giant-rat.
The tiger (Panthera tigris) belongs to the order Carnivora, the family Felidae and genus Panthera.
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.
CANIDAE, FELIDAE and EQUIDAE are particularly abundant in metaphorical developments targeted at the conceptual category FEMALE HUMAN BEING where pejoration of meaning is an extremely frequent semantic mechanism.
DAS DUELL, the fourth novel in Akif Pirincci's Felidae series, begins with a seemingly self-assured narrative voice: "ich selbst fuhlte mich gefeit gegen derlei charakterliche Abnutzungserscheinungen ('Selbstuberschatzung' and 'Geringschatzung der Jugend').
Girsonfield has five resident stallions: River Falls, Takhlid, Endoli, Respect and newcomer Felidae by Stormcat - all with excellent pedigrees.
Its ebony Felidae pupils are fixed on me, its unblinking eyes showing no trace of fear.
Yamaneko, Japanese for ''mountain cat,'' is the common name for the small- and medium-sized wildcats of the family Felidae.
Among members of the Felidae (Baenninger, 1987), Canidae (Bekoff, 1974), and nonhuman primates (Baenninger, 1987; Hall, 1962; Hinde & Rowell, 1962), transitions between behavioral states (such as anticipation of feeding or play) also appear to be accompanied by yawns.
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Its life cycle is facultatively heteroxenous: Felidae are definite hosts where the sexual reproduction of the parasite occurs with the formation of oocytes, which are eliminated via feces.