A new geographic record of the endangered Darwin's fox Lycalopex fulvipes (Carnivora: Canidae): filling the distributional gap

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Title: A new geographic record of the endangered Darwin's fox Lycalopex fulvipes (Carnivora: Canidae): filling the distributional gap
Handle URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10925/1749
Título Alternativo: Un nuevo registro geográfi co del amenazado zorro de Darwin Lycalopex fulvipes (Carnivora: Canidae): completando el vacío distribucional
Abstract: Together with the cervid Pudu puda (Molina) and the microbiotherid Dromiciops gliroides Thomas, Lycalopex fulvipes (Martin), the Darwin's fox, is among the most symbolic animals of the Valdivian temperate forest. Of these three, Lycalopex fulvipes is the only endemic to Chile and the one with the most restricted known geographic distribution.
Palabras Claves: Lycalopex fulvipes - Zorro de Darwin
Datos de publicación: Revista Chilena de Historia Natural, Vol. 86, Nº4, 485-488, 2013
Facultad: Facultad de Recursos Naturales
Carrera: Agronomía - Medicina Veterinaria

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