Canis lupus

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Synonyms for Canis lupus

a wolf with a brindled grey coat living in forested northern regions of North America

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2008: Density and demography of wolf Canis lupus population in the western-most part of the Polish Carpathian Mountains, 1996-2003.
Multivariate geographical variation in the wolf Canis lupus L.
Spirocerca lupi (Spirurida, Spirocercidae) is a nematode infecting dogs Canis lupus familiaris and wild carnivores in tropical and subtropical areas (Bailey 1972, Fox et al.
Al principio solo usamos los nueve AB de referencia, pero despues probamos el metodo resultante con muestras fecales de felinos (puma, Puma concolor; jaguar, Panthera onca) y de canidos (lobo mexicano, Canis lupus baileyi; coyote, Canis latrans) silvestres, mantenidos en cautiverio.
Not only was Canis lupus (the grey wolf) a common predator in Ireland's past, a perhaps unique Irish subspecies also permeates Irish culture, language expressions, and changing attitudes toward nature.
Originally thought to be among them was Canis lupus lycaon, the wolf that originally occupied the region from eastern Minnesota to the Atlantic and from central Ontario to parts of the northeastern United States.
Key words: American Bison, Bison bison, Canis lupus, ecological restoration, Gray Wolf, predation, reintroduction, scavenging, Yukon
A longstanding curiosity has been the degree of genetic closeness between wolves in the eastern United States and Canada - the red wolf, Canis rufus, and the eastern Canadian wolf, Canis lycaon - and the larger gray wolf found in western North American, Canis lupus.
Promislow explains that dogs are an ideal species in which to explore the genetic basis of disease because there's an unparalleled degree of diversity among breeds, yet all dogs are of the species Canis lupus familiaris.
Predation on the capuchin monkey Cebus nigritus (Primate: Cebidae) by domestic dog Canis lupus familiaris (Carnivora: Canidae), in the Parque Estadual Serra do Brigadeiro.
If we consider the Canis lupus a karyotype basal for the family, the chromosomal rearrangements that occurred over the group evolution can be suggested.
2 2,7 Bos primigenius 7 4,2 2 2,7 Equus caballus 29 17,3 26 34,7 Cervus elaphus 27 16,1 21 28,0 Capreolus capreolus 8 4,8 Capra pyrenaica 4 2,4 5 6,7 Rupicapra rupicapra 77 45,8 12 16,0 Sus scropha Ursus spelaeus 12 7,1 Pantera pardus 5 6,7 Lynx pardina 1 1,3 Felix silvestris 1 0,6 Vulpes vulpes Canis lupus Martes martes Carnivoro indet Lepussp 2 1,2 T.
Foraging of the wolf Canis lupus is fairly well studied for the Palaearctic and the North American range (Bibikov, 1985; Pavlov, 1990; Jedrzejewska & Jedrzejewski, 1998; Mech, 2003).
One of the most easily recognizable differences between wolf behavior and their domesticated cousin, Canis lupus familiaris, is barking.
12- Canis lupus familiaris--GB: Canis lupus familiaris [22], Accession Number: AF531666, Identities = 513/513 (100%), Gaps = 0/513 (0%), Query Coverage = 93.