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Ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica on Barro Colorado Island, Panama.

John H. Kaufmann

Ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica on Barro Colorado Island, Panama.

by John H. Kaufmann

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coatis.,
  • Animal behavior.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 201-203.

    SeriesUniversity of California publications in zoology,, v. 60, no. 3, University of California publications in zoology ;, v. 60, no. 3.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL1 .C15 v. 60, no. 3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 95-222 p.
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5901826M
    LC Control Number63062926
    OCLC/WorldCa3048032

    Ecology and social behaviour of the coati, Nasua narica, on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. Univ Calif Publs Zool. ; View in Article. N. Smythe; The Adaptive Value of the Social Organization of the Coati (Nasua narica), Journal of Mammalogy, Vol Issue 4, 30 November , Pages – We use cookies to enhance your experience on our continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

    Ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica, on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. University of California Publications in Zoology, [ Links ].   The protein, fat, carbohydrates, and solids content for coati (N narica, N nasua) and raccoon (P lotor) milk has been studied and is summarized in Table al analysis of coati milk reveals that free lactose is approximately 30% of the total free milk oligosaccharides, which is lower than most eutherian species but still greater than bears and marsupials.

    The white-nosed coati (Nasua narica Linnaeus, Population ecology of the white-nosed coati (Nasua narica) on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. Journal of Zoology, vol. , p. Ecology and social behavior of the coati on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. University of California Publications in Zoology, vol. 60, p. Ecology & Social Behavior of the Coati Nasua Narica on Barro Colorado Island Panama. by John H Kaufmann | 1 Jan Paperback Currently unavailable. Data Mining: Practical Machine Learning Tools and Techniques. by Eibe Frank (Author) (2nd Edition) (Morgan Kaufmann) (Paperback) by Ian H. Witten | .


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Ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica on Barro Colorado Island, Panama by John H. Kaufmann Download PDF EPUB FB2

Kaufmann JH, Ecology and the Social Behavior of the Coati, Nasua narica, on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. University of California Publications in Zoology, Koepfli KP, Gompper ME, Eizirik E, Ho CC, Linden L, Maldonado JE, Wayne RK, Ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica on Barro Colorado Island, Panama (University of California publications in zoology) Paperback – by John H Kaufmann (Author)Author: John H Kaufmann.

Ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. Berkeley, University of California Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John H Kaufmann.

Panama. book sequence analysis indicates that the N. narica and N. nasua lineages split about million years ago. The Cozumel Island coati had been recognized as a third species, but the vast majority of recent authorities treat it as a subspecies, N.

narica nelsoni, of the white-nosed : Mammalia. Ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica on Barro Colorado Island, Panama Kaufmann, John H.

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English (2) more. The white‐nosed coati, Nasua narica, is a common Neotropical carnivore with a social structure of band‐living adult females and solitary adult males.A coati population on Barro Colorado Island, Panama, was studied over a four‐year period by mark‐recapture, radiotelemetry.

and direct observation of habituated individuals. Population ecology of the white-nosed coati (Nasua narica) on Barro Colorado Island, Panama Article in Journal of Zoology (3) - March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

or social group, but it would be informative to discover if there are ecological bases, related to differences in prey size, for this dimorphism in carnivores other than the coati. LrERATUREx CITED KAUFMANN, J. The ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica, on Barro Colorado Island, Panama.

Univ. California Publ. Zool., Ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. University of California Publications in Zoology 95 – Langenheim, J. Ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica on Barro Colorado Island, Panama by John H.

Kaufmann,University of California Press edition, in EnglishPages: Barro Colorado Island, Panama, Ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica, on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. University of. J.H. KaufmannEcology and social behaviour of the coati, Nasua narica, on Barro Colorado Island, Panama Univ Calif Publs Zool, 60 (), pp.

Google Scholar. well as the behavior observed in the White­ nosed Coati, open a interesting line of inquiry Ecology and social behaviour of the coatí, Nasua narica, on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. Univ. California Pub!.

Zoology Kaufmann, J.H. differences in male social behavior. While nonagonistic male-male associations have been noted in carnivores, these examples are rare and usually associated with high food and conspecific density (Rood ), or monopolization of females.

social arboreal prey significantly more during cloudy weather and the wet season. Capture success rates of observed predations for the male and female eagle were 38% and 49%, respectively. Accepted 14 March Key words: Harpy Eagle, Harpia harpyja, Barro Colorado Island, foraging ecology.

Ecology and social behavior of the coati Nasua narica on Barro Colorado Island Panama. — University of California Press Berkeley, CA.

Kaufmann, J.H. The carnivores are a fascinating group. Trends in their evolution and the convergent and parallel developments of life history strategies have intrigued us all (Eisenberg ). Carnivora literally. Abstract: The brown-nosed coati (Nasua nasua) is a carnivorous species found in all the Brazilian biomes, some of which are endangered aim of this work was to determine the habitat use and selection, home range and core area of in the Cerrado biome, central region of Tocantins, study was carried out in an area of approximately 20 ha from May to July Detailed studies on the natural history and ecology of coatis have concentrated mostly on Nasua narica (distributed from southern Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas southward throughout Mexico and Central America), and focused mostly on the populations of Barro Colorado Island, Panama (summarized by Gompper and Decker ).

There are 3 species, all confined to the Americas: Nasua narica,1 found from Northern Colombia to Southern Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas; Nasua (or Nasuella) olive,2 which occurs in the Andes Ridges of Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador, and Nasua nasua,1 the ring-tailed coati, which is widely distributed in South Amer.

KAUFMANN, J.H. Ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica on Barro Colorado Island Panama. University of California Publications in Zoology [ Links ] MCCOMB, W.C. & R.E. NOBLE. Microclimates of nest boxes and natural cavities in bottomland hardwoods.Abstract.

Coatis (Nasua spp.), gregarious, omnivorous carnivores that range in forests from the southwestern USA to south America, dispatch millipedes by rolling them on the ground using rapid, alternating movements of their rolling of millipedes is thought to stimulate the depletion of their defensive secretions and to wipe off secretions before millipedes are consumed.Ecology and social behavior of the coati, Nasua narica on Barro Colorado Island, Panama.

Univ. of California Publications in Zoology ^ Russell, J.K. () Timing of reproduction by coatis (Nasua narica) in relation to fluctuations in food resources.

In: The Ecology of a Tropical Forest.