Descriptions and articles about the Pampas Cat, scientifically known as Leopardus pajeros in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Wikipedia. Brief summary. No one has contributed a brief summary to this page yet. Explore what EOL knows about Leopardus pajeros. Add a brief summary to this page. On October 1st, , at the Mangroves San Pedro de Vice –MSPV (Sechura, Piura – Peru) the first visual record of Leopardus pajeros was made in the.
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Subsequently, between August and December ofdifferent tracks were recorded. Important Bird Areas factsheet: Manglares de San Pedro – Vice.
Electronic database accessible at http: An update on the distribution of Andean cat Oreailurus jacobita and pampas cat Lynchailurus leopatdus in Peru.
Endangered Species Research 3: Resultados preliminares sobre la dieta de Leopardus colocolo Carnivora: The pampas cat group Genus Lynchailurus Severtzov, Carnivora, Felidaea systematic and biogeographic review.
American Museum Novitates Notes on the distribution and status of some Peruvian mammals.
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Disparate phylogeographic patterns of molecular genetic variation in four closely related South American small cat species. Electronic Leopareus accessible at http: Captured on 24 January De la Cruz, A.
Pampas cat ecology and conservation in the Brazilian grasslands. Cat Project of the Month – September Captured on 18 November Nuevo registro de Oncifelis colocolo Felidae para el Pantanal de Brasil.
Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad Family Felidae Cats ; p. Handbook of the Mammals of the World.
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The Ramsar Convention On Wetlands. Electronic Database accessible at: Captured on 20 March Mammals Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference. The John Hopkins University Press. User Username Password Remember me.
Article Tools How to cite item. Email this article Login required. Keywords Amphibia Anura Pameros Forest Brazil Insecta Mammalia Mollusca Reptilia Squamata biodiversity conservation distribution diversity geographic distribution ichthyofauna inventory new record new records range extension species inventory taxonomy. Leopardus pajeros Desmarest, Carnivora: Felidae in Northern Peru: