Cuon


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javanicus), muntjak deer (Muntiacus muntjak), the Indian hog-deer (Cervus porcinus), dhole (Cuon alpinus), leopard (Panthera pardus), wild boar (Sus scrofa), and several species of macaque monkey (Macaca) and langur monkey (Presbytis).
2014: Diet and prey preferences of dholes (Cuon alpinus): dietary competition within Asia's apex predator guild.
2012: The diet, prey selection, and activity of dholes (Cuon alpinus) in northern Laos.
2017: Distribution and habitat use of the endangered dhole Cuon alpinus (Pallas, 1811) (Mammalia: Canidae) in Jigme Dorji National Park, western Bhutan.
2015: Activity patterns and behaviour of denning dholes (Cuon alpinus) in a dry deciduous forest of East Java, Indonesia.
The goi cuon, four very large pork and shrimp rolls ($6.95), were reminiscent of spring rolls you would find at a Chinese restaurant except they are not deep fried.
Todas ellas, juntamente con otras euritermas (Rupicapra rupicapra, Ursus arctos, Cuon Bourreti Bourreti ?alpinus?), caracterizan la fauna de los yacimientos magdalenienses de Ona (Scholosser, 1023), y tambien se encuentran en el Pleistoceno final de Portugal (Cardoso, 1993).
Other fine manor houses are at Cuon or a moated one at Venevelles but buy the Michelin Guide to the Loire Valley and check the opening times carefully, particularly out of season.
2000: Behavioural correlates of predation by tiger (Panthera tigris), leopard (Panthera pardus) and dhole (Cuon alpinus) in Nagarahole, India.
2010: Prey selection and food habits of large carnivores: tiger (Panthera tigris), leopard (Pantherapardus) and dhole (Cuon alpinus) in Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu.
At our last visit, the Goi Cuon on fresh spring roll came neatly wrapped in gossamer rice papers with the shrimps seen through the wrapper and was served with a nouc cham (fish sauce, lime, and sugar mix) as when we had it before with a thick spiced peanut sauce.
VIETNAM FARES From left: Goi cuon (fresh spring rolls), chagio (fried spring rolls), and banh mi of grilled and roast pork with pickled vegetables, herbs, and patAaAa
The slick snacks, called banh cuon, are dunked in a salty-sweet-and-spicy sauce.
The Indochinese tiger Panthera tigris corbettii and the dhole Cuon alpinus were said to be occasionally present, but only during the rainy season (Ngampongsai C., ex verbis).