0%) wild rabbit liver, and no coypu
Estas secreciones se han observado en algunos mamiferos: en Myoprocta pratti se ha asociado al periodo de estro (Kleiman, 1970), en Myocastor coypus
se ha observado en el diestro (Felipe et al.
has successfully invaded and is established in large areas of the US, Europe and Asia since 1930 (Carter and Leonard 2002; Bertolino et al.
("coipo", Rodentia, Mammalia) como recurso en los humedales de la Pampa bonaerense: patrones de explotacion, Revista del Museo de Antropologia 5, pp.
Muskrats Management has the statutory duty to protect woel- and excavation damage of musky coypu
in parts of West and Central Netherlands.
And sure enough, as we stroll around, we see deer and, in the river that runs through the campsite, coypu
might look cute as they amble around munching vegetation, apparently without a care in the world to bother their tiny, food-obsessed brains.
2003), as exemplified by the eradication of muskrats Ondatra zibethicus and coypu
from Great Britain (Gosling & Baker 1989).
Of the species likely to occur in the region (see Kennedy, 1991), only the swamp rabbit (Sylvilagus aquaticus), woodchuck (Marmota monax), coypu
(nutria; Myocastor coypus
) and long-tailed weasel (Mustela frenata) were not verified on the Park during the present study.
Laura Drake, of the Mammal Society, speculated it could be a coypu
- a South American rodent often referred to as a "giant rat".
Diet of the coypu
(nutria, Myocastor coypus
) in agro-systems of Argentinean Pampas.
Other animals documented by the motion-sensitive cameras included the northern mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos), eastern cottontail (Sylvilagus floridanus), and coypu