A new distributional record for Lyncodon patagonicus (Carnivora: Mustelidae), one of the smallest and least known mustelids of South AmericaUn registro nuevo. Abstract. The Patagonian weasel (Lyncodon patagonicus) is one of the least known carnivores from South America, and excluding some contributions. The Patagonian weasel (Lyncodon patagonicus) is one of the least known carnivores from South America, and excluding some contributions, knowledge of.
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Record localities for Lyncodon patagonicus for Argentina and Chile organized by date see Table 1. Parental care in L. We thank curators that granted access to specimens under their care: Sunda stink badger M.
The 2 models with recent i. Further analyses using other approaches e. The inclusion of LGM models allowed us to infer its past distribution, and strengthens the idea that L.
Bassaricyon Olingos Eastern lowland olingo B. Guide to the Mammals of Salta Province, Patavonicus. We found 2 major core areas of distribution, 1 in northwestern Argentina and another in southern Argentina i. In other words, Central and South America. Large family listed below.
Clearly, a detailed morphological and taxonomic study is needed to clarify the status of the named subspecies. In this way, we obtained a new set of modified environmental variables that reflects changes between present day and LGM times. It is important to point out that areas with high probability of presence in southern Argentina seem restricted to this biome i. Probability values are 51— black26—50 dark gray11—25 gray2—10 light grayand 0—1 white.
August 28, ; Accepted: Variables containing information not present in the remainder were mean temperature of coldest quarter lyncdoon model A, precipitation seasonality in model B, llyncodon altitude in models C and D.
Broad-striped Malagasy mongoose G. Two anonymous reviewers made helpful comments that improved the manuscript.
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Mustelids in general produce altricial young, which reside in a den or burrow until their eyes are open and they are able to walk.
The external characters of the Patagonian weasel Lyncodon patagonicus. Its fur is whitish with black and dark brown tones mixed in. Generally, the the fur is whitish with some dark brown and black tones intermixed.
The extension of Patagonian climate during glacial periods is supported by loess deposits in the Pampas region see Rabassa et al. Chrotogale Owston’s palm civet C. Other Physical Features endothermic homoiothermic bilateral symmetry Average mass g 7. We observed the same pattern in both actual and fossil variables, indicating that the same variables affect the distribution of L.
Mustelidae durante el Cuaternario. Masked palm civet P. Primer registro para la provincia de San Juan, Argentina. They have very small ears that are covered by the surrounding fur. The reproductive behavior of this species has not been characterized. A Taxonomic and Geographic Patagomicus 3rd ed. Circuito exterior, Ciudad Universitaria, Del.
For a better representation of scale, BI04 has been eliminated. Positive This weasel has reportedly been kept by some ranchers as a working pet to destroy rats Nowak, LtncodonRed list of threatened species. The secret life of possums: