tiger cat

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Synonyms for tiger cat

medium-sized wildcat of Central America and South America having a dark-striped coat

a cat having a striped coat

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Geoffroy Jaguarundi II Saint-Hilaire, 1803) Leopardus wiedii (Schinz, 1821) Margay I Leopardus jacobita (Cornalia, 1865) Andean Cat I Leopardus tigrinus (Schreber, 1775) Oncilla I MUSTELIDAE Lontra felina (Molina, 1782) Marine otter I Eira barbara (Linnaeus, 1758) Tayra III Lontra longicaudis (Olfers, 1818) Neotropical I otter Pteronura brasiliensis (Gmelin, 1788) Giant otter I Galictis vittata (Schreber, 1776) Greater grison III CANIDAE Lycalopex culpaeus (Molina, 1782) Andean fox II Speothos venaticus (Lund, 1842) Bush dog I Lycalopex griseus (Gray 1837) South American II grey fox Chrysocyon brachyurus (Illiger, 1815) Maned wolf II URSIDAE Tremarctos ornatus (F.
Abundance changes and activity flexibility of the oncilla, Leopardus tigrinus (Carnivora: Felidae), appear to reflect avoidance of conflict.
Asi, para los felinos suramericanos el genero Felis paso de tener siete subgeneros a tener cinco, quedando el subgenero Leopardus (Gray, 1842); subgenero Noctifelis (Severtzow, 1858), en el cual quedaron incluidos los anteriores subgeneros Margay (Gray, 1869) y Oncilla (Allen, 1919); subgenero Herpailurus (Severtzow, 1858) donde se incluyo el hasta entonces subgenero Oncifelis (Severtzow, 1858); un nuevo subgenero, Dendrailurus (anteriormente considerado por Severtzow, 1858), en el cual quedo incluido el subgenero Lynchailurus (Severtzow, 1858), y el subgenero Puma (Jardine, 1834).
The Choco Rainforest Protection Project is helping the ocelots, jaguarundis, oncillas and margays of Ecuador.
In the section on smaller cats the reader is introduced to some species they may never have heard of before: kodkod, pallas' cat, oncilla, clouded leopard of Asia, the jaguarundi and the margay.
Jaguar (Panthera onca), puma (Puma concolor), and possibly six species of small cats (ocelot, Leopardus pardalis; margay, Leopardus wiedii; oncilla, Leopardus tigrinus; Geoffroy's cat, Oncifelis geoffroyi, pampas cat, Oncifelis colocolo, jaguarundi, Herpailurus yagouaroundi) co-exist within Mbaracayu Forest Nature Reserve in eastern Paraguay.
Abundance changes and activity flexebility of the oncilla, Leopardus guttulus (Carnivora: Felidae), appear to reflect avoidance of conflict.
(1) on roads off roads Puma Puma concolor 3 1 Ocelot Leopardus pardalis 7 1 Oncilla Leopardus tigrinus 1 0 Jaguar Panthera onca 5 0 Crab-eating fox Cerdocyon thous 2 0 Jaguarundi Puma yagouaroundi 2 0 Tapir Tapirus terrestris 4 3 Brazilian rabbit Sylvilagus brasiliensis 4 2 Red brocket Mazama americana 5 4 Dwarf brocket Mazama nana 1 1 Agouti Dasyprocta azarae 6 6 Armadillo Dasypus novemcinctus 1 1 Collared peccary Tayassu tajacu 1 0 Paca Cuniculus paca 1 1 Coati Nasua nasua 2 2 Common name Freq.
Throughout most of the range of the ocelot, all sympatric felids are either several times larger, such as the jaguar (Panthera onca) and the puma (Puma concolor), or distinctly smaller, such as the margay (Leopardus wiedii), jaguarundi (Puma yagouaroundi), and oncilla (Leopardus tigrinus).
Species as the Southern tamandua, rock cavy, oncilla, Argentine Black and White Tegu, nine-banded armadillo and the three-banded armadillo are species endemic of the Caatinga and are the prime targets for hunters.
Leopardus tigrinus oncilla Thomas 1902: Este es aparentemente el primer registro de la especie en la region.
The smaller species are also affected, such as ocelots (Leopardus pardalis Linnaeus, 1758) (Caceres et al., 2010), Geoffroy's cat (Leopardus geoffroyi d'Orbigny and Gervais, 1844) (Attademo et al., 2011), oncilla (Leopardus tigrinus Schreber, 1775) (Hegel et al., 2012) and jaguarundi (Puma yagouaroundi E.
The margay has a more generalized diet than that of other small Central and South American cats, such as the ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) and oncilla (Leopardus tigrinus); it consumes a wide variety of small vertebrates, including arboreal mammals and birds, as well as fruit (Konecny, 1989; Wang, 2002).