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A systematic review of the Nearctic and Neotropical River otters (genus Lutra, Mustelidae Carnivora) Related Titles. Series: Life sciences contributions ; no. 80 By. Van Zyll de Jong, C. G. Royal Ontario Museum. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Afro Rhythm Radio Podcast Kitchen Table Tales 🔥 Florida's Emerald Coast Real Estate Podcast with Nathan Abbott Chillout Music (Downtempo Bliss. A systematic review of the Nearctic and Neotropical River otters (genus Lutra, Mustelidae Carnivora).. formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. http:\/\/www. Hairs of the Nearctic otter are thicker than hairs of the Neotropical otter. +1 A and 4 B. Differences in observation of Nearctic and Neotropical otters related to ambient and water temperature.
VAN ZYLL DE JONG, C.G. () - A Systematic Review of the Nearctic and Neotropical River Otters (Genus Lutra, Mustelidae, Carnivora). Royal Ontario Museum Life Science Contributions No Four of the world's leading ornithologists and ardent conservationists have produced this unique synthesis of the ecological information on all 4, species of birds found from Mexico south to Tierra del Fuego. In tables that cover more than pages and include much of their own unpublished data, the authors summarize details on 40 key ecological parameters for each bird species.5/5(1). C. Van Zyll de JongA systematic review of the nearctic and neotropical river otters (Genus Lutra, Mustelidae, Carnivora) Royal Ontario Museum, Life Sciences Contribution, 80 (), pp. View Record in Scopus Google Scholar. Neotropical river otters are threatened by habitat degradation associated with: agriculture, soil compaction, pollution, roadways, and runoff. Also, when forests are cleared for cattle grazing, heavy vegetation (which is the otter's preferred habitat) near streams is also cleared or trampled by cattle. This species is a very important.
A systematic review of the Nearctic and Neotropical river otters (Genus Lutra, Mustelidae, Carnivora). Life Sciences Contribution Royal Ontario Museum. C. G. van Zyll de Jong A systematic review of the Nearctic and Neotropical river otters (genus Lutra, Mustelidae, Carnivora). Life Sciences Contributions of the . importance to the study of zoogeography. The chief purposes of this introductory essay are, one, to compare the two coast regions of Mexico in terms of the Neotrop-ical birds, mammals, and snakes each one has; two, to review briefly the history of where zoogeographers have located the Nearctic-Neotropical boundary line; and. The present study aimed to identify the main preys of the Neotropical otter in the lower Mambucaba river catchment (Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil), including seasonal and spatial differences in the feeding behaviour of the species, in relation to aquatic prey availability in the same catchment, and to analyze prey selectivity by Neotropical otters.