Procyon lotor


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Procyon lotor

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The animal's Latin name is Procyon lotor, and they can live to more than 20 years in captivity.
Two independent loci for albinism in raccoons, Procyon lotor.
Demographics, diet, movements, and survival of an isolated, unmanaged raccoon Procyon lotor (Proycyonidae, Carnivora) population on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
Predicting raccoon, Procyon lotor, occurrence through the use of microhabitat variables.
2002: Genetic relatedness and female spatial organization in a solitary carnivore, the raccoon, Procyon lotor.
Wading birds, fish, and several species of terrestrial mammals are common predators of freshwater mussels; however, the presence of large numbers of tracks of Procyon lotor, raccoon, throughout the reaches suggests that this species was the likely predator in this case.
Por otro lado, para el mapache Procyon lotor y la zorra gris Urocyon cinereoargenteus, los indices de abundancia relativa fueron bajos, posiblemente sus poblaciones se encuentren reducidas en esta zona; resultados contrarios a los de Pina et al.
In this regard, raccoons Procyon lotor cause substantial destruction of marine turtle nests in Florida and throughout the southeastern United States (Stancyk 1982); thus, they exemplify an abundant native vertebrate that negatively impacts the conservation of endangered species (e.
Species removed (number of individuals in parentheses) from the airfield by personnel of the United States Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services during our study included the nine-banded armadillo Dasypus novemcinctus (1), American beaver Castor canadensis (12), coyote Canis latrans (7), domestic dog Canis lupus familiaris (5), red fox Vulpes vulpes (1), Virginia opossum Didelphis virginiana (1), raccoon Procyon lotor (1), and striped skunk Mephitis mephitis (13).