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Synonyms for coati

omnivorous mammal of Central America and South America

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Although both coatis and crab-eating foxes have generalist diets (Bianchi et al., 2014) and inhabit similar habitats, their distinct reproductive behavioral and sex-related morphologic features may result in different infection patterns.
We analyzed serum and anal swab samples collected during 2013-2015 from 184 domestic dogs and 90 wild coatis in the city of Belo Horizonte (19[degrees]55'15"S, 43[degrees]56'16''W) in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil (Figure 1).
Abundancia relativa: Las especies con mayor abundancia relativa en ambas temporadas fueron el mapache Procyon lotor (IAR = 4.35, N = 493) y el coati Nasua narica (IAR = 3.91, N = 444), seguidas del tlacuache cuatro ojos Philander opossum (IAR = 2.04, N = 232), el tepezcuintle Cuniculus paca (IAR = 1.89, N = 215), el tlacuache Didelphis marsupialis (IAR = 1.67, N = 190) y el armadillo Dasypus novemcinctus (IAR = 1.02, N = 116) (Cuadro 1).
Solvay has appointed Daniela Manique as president of the Group's Coatis Global Business Unit (GBU).
When a family of long-snouted coatis (related to raccoons) emerged from the nearby forest and clambered onto the porch at Buenaventura searching for a snack, it was clear that we had arrived in an Ecuadorean nature nirvana.
This is similar to results previously reported in dogs (GOLDSTEIN et al., 2012) but different from a study with South American coatis (Nasua nasua), which reported that the colonization rate of C.
Eight species are used as a complement of the diet, especially medium- and large-size species, such as deer, javelinas, rabbits, and coatis. Seven species are appreciated because their skins are used to make musical instruments (e.g., armadillos and deer) or ornamental objects (e.g., margay, coyotes, and squirrels).
There are 130 species of animal to see, including meerkats, wallabies, lemurs, coatis, and marmosets, plus a petting barn, kids' activities and play areas, forest trails, garden walks and picnic tables.
Comparing capuchins and coatis: Causes and consequences of differing movement ecology in two sympatric mammals.
From the camera traps, we detected an additional nine species of medium and large mammals within coffee farms, including agoutis, possums, deer, raccoons, fox, coatis and armadillos.
South American Coatis, members of raccoon family, trying to make a living like the rest of us, flash their long tails in the hope that the tourists will offer them some food.
Washington, August 16 ( ANI ): Olinguito, which looks like a cross between house cat and a teddy bear, is the latest scientifically documented member of the family Procyonidae, which it shares with raccoons, coatis, kinkajous and olingos.
The woolly-furred olinguito, which weighs 2lb, is related to raccoons and coatis and lives in the cloud forests of Colombia and Ecuador.
The woolly-furred olinguito is related to raccoons and coatis and lives in the cloud forests of Colombia and Ecuador.