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These typical nocturnal mammals include Urocyon cineroargenteus (gray foxes), Vulpes macrotis (desert kit foxes), Canis latrans (coyotes), Lynx rufus (bobcats), Odocoileus hemionus (mule deer), and Felis concolor (mountain lion) (Eifert and Eifert 2000).
Although Canis, Lynx, Urocyon, and Vulpes are considered as light-weighted mammals, having a high traffic volume contributed to the overall water infiltration rate, as well as to the overall severity of soil compaction and surface-water runoff.
Here we discuss the recovery actions implemented by the National Park Service in conserving three subspecies of the critically endangered island fox, Urocyon littoralis.
En este articulo, discutimos las acciones de recuperacion implementadas por el Servicio de Parques Nacionales en la conservacion de tres sub-especies de la criticamente amenazada el zorro isleno, Urocyon littoralis.
One of only two species of the genus Urocyon, the island fox is a dwarf form and direct descendant of the mainland gray fox (U.
Family Dipodidae (Zapodinae) (jumping mice) Zapus hudsonius (Zimmermann), I meadow jumping mouse Order Carnivora (canids) Family Canidae (canids) Canis latrans Say, coyote I Urocyon cinereoargenteus I (Schreber), gray fox Vulpes vulpes (Linnaeus), red fox I Family Procyonidae (raccoons and allies) Procyon lotor (Linnaeus), raccoon I Family Mustelidae (weasels, badger, otter) Lutra canadensis (Schrebder), river otter I The river otter became extirpated in 1942, but was reintroduced between 1995 and 1999.
By comparison, the range (in mm) in length of femur in a few available comparative specimens of recent foxes was: Urocyon cinereoargenteus, 112-122 (n = 3); Vulpes vulpes, 115-130 (n = 2); Vulpes velox, 101-108 (n = 3); Vulpes macrotis, 94-96 (n = 2).
TABLE 1--Percentages (6 SEE) of habitats available and used (range in parentheses) by three sympatric carnivores (gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus; coyote, Canis latrans; and bobcat, Lynx rufus) in the Santa Monica Mountains, Ventura and Los Angeles counties, California, during May 1996-July 1999.
Although this patient's history indicated that he had been bitten near his home (San Vicente Coatlan, district of Ejutla, Oaxaca) by a costoche (2) (gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus), the genetic and phylogenetic analyses did not support a close relationship to any known RV associated with terrestrial carnivores.
gray foxes Urocyon cinereoargenteus, striped skunks Mephitis mephitis, raccoons Procyon lotor, and feral cats; Crooks and Soule, 1999).
Up to 11 species of mammalian carnivores occur in forested ecosystems of Grand Canyon National Park: cougar Puma concolor, American black bear Ursus americanus, coyote Canis latrans, bobcat Lynx rufus, gray fox Urocyon cinereoargenteus, American badger Taxidea taxus, raccoon Procyon lotor, striped skunk Mephitis mephitis, western spotted skunk Spilogale gracilis, ringtail Bassariscus astutus, and long-tailed weasel Mustela frenata.
22 2 Domestic cat Felis domesticus 12 0 Gray fox Urocyon 9 0 cinereoargenteus Domestic dog Canis familiaris 9 0 Squirrel Species unknown 8 0 Coyote Canis latrans 4 0 Raccoon Procyon lotor 2 0 Porcupine Erethizon dorsatum 2 0 Prairie dog Cynomys ludovicianus 2 0 Badger Taxidea taxus 1 0 Opossum Didelphis virginiana 1 0 Bobcat Lynx rufus 1 0 Total 218 21
Urocyon cinereoargenteus scotti Mearns, 1891, gray fox.
Fur prices during that season for primarily sought species (raccoon, Procyon lotor, ringtail, Bassariscus astutus, red fox, Vulpes vulpes, gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus, and bobcat, Felis rufus) declined 29 percent relative to average prices of the previous three years (Perkins, 1989).
coyote Canis latrans, gray fox Urocyon cinereoargenteus, white-tailed deer Odocoileus virginianus).