Canis latrans

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Synonyms for Canis latrans

small wolf native to western North America

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Changes in body size associated with range expansion in the coyote Canis latrans.
Scent marking behavior of sympatric wolves Canis lupus and coyotes canis latrans in Riding Mountain National Park.
The ramble took me through open parks and naked aspen groves where canis latrans had previously showed themselves on fall deer hunts.
The seasonal diets of coyotes, Canis latrans, in northern New Brunswick.
After numerous sightings of the elusive Canis latrans in the neighborhood around Cal State University, Northridge, Barton and other residents petitioned animal control to do something about it.
Scavenged species Scavenger species (a) Common name Scientific Common name Scientific name name Ash-throated Myiarchus N/A N/A flycatcher cinerascens Black- Amphispiza -- -- throated bilineata sparrow Brant goose Branta Coyote Canis latrans bernicla Lazuli bunting P.
Rose & Polis (1998) reported that coyotes Canis latrans inhabiting coastal areas occurred at appreciably higher densities than in neighbouring inland areas as a result of increased food availability along the coastline.
Key words: Canis latrans, Capillaria aerophila, coyote, Crenosoma vulpis, lungworm, Oslerus osleri, Paragonimus kellicotti, parasites
Canis latrans is challenging, plentiful and lives just about everywhere.
These residents suffering attacks, losses and stalking are falsely accused of trying to exterminate the overpopulated Canis latrans species.
A comparison of body mass of Canis latrans (Coyotes) between eastern and western North America.
We found Lynx rufus, Canis latrans, Taxidea taxus, and Bassariscus astutus were found only in the Nearctic region of the State, whereas Herpailurus yagouaroundi, Leopardus wiedii, Lontra longicaudis, Galictis vittata, Eira barbara, Potos flavus, and Nasua narica were found only in the Neotropical region of the State.
Scientists noted another trait common to both red wolves and eastern wolves--the tendency to hybridize with coyotes, Canis latrans (Wilson et al.
Winter-spring food habits of an island population of coyote Canis latrans in Baja California, Mexico.