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A systematic review of the Nearctic and Neotropical River otters (genus Lutra, Mustelidae Carnivora).

by C. G. Van Zyll de Jong

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Published by Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North America.,
  • Latin America.
    • Subjects:
    • Lutra.,
    • Mammals -- Classification.,
    • Mammals -- North America.,
    • Mammals -- Latin America.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesRoyal Ontario Museum. Life sciences contributions, no. 80
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL1 .T65 no. 80, QL737.C25 .T65 no. 80
      The Physical Object
      Pagination104 p.
      Number of Pages104
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4612583M
      LC Control Number77376426

        A systematic review of the nearctic and neotropical river otters (genus Lutra, Mustelidae, Carnivora). Royal Ontario Museum Life Science Contributions – Royal Ontario Museum Life Science Contributions –Cited by: "Ecology and Management of Neotropical Migratory Birds provides the best review yet of the scientific issues surrounding migrants."--Science "The 17 chapters of this book provide a detailed examination of ecology and management of neotropical migratory birds/5(2).

        Otters can be tolerant to human presence, structural habitat degradation, and even to a certain degree of water pollution, at least in the short term. Kruuk () also found that hunting can be an important threat locally. The Neotropical river otter, Lontra longicaudis, is a top predator in many South and Central American aquatic freshwater Cited by: 7.   Predators and Competitors of the Neotropical Otter Predators. Neotropical Otters may fall prey to anacondas, jaguars, caimans and birds of prey. Electric eels and stingrays might also be a danger (Duplaix, ). Near populated areas, dogs also kill them (Larivire ).

      otters produce ‘screams’ and ‘wickers’ when engaged in physical altercations (Kruuk, , p. 87) and captive otters ‘grunt’ and ‘chirp’ during play (Beckel, ). Research implies that river otters use a variety of vocalizations to serve to maintain group cohesiveness, signal alarm or File Size: KB. This may be the first published breeding record of Neotropical river otters in Brazilian Amazonia, and also of a shelter located on the top of a living, standing tree, of any otter species. The Anavilhanas Ecological Station includes the Anavilhanas Archipelago (A.A.), one of the largest fluvial archipelagos in the world, with approximately


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Here, we present a review of the available Cited by: 2.C. G. van Zyll de Jong, A Systematic Review of the Nearctic and Neotropical River Otters (Genus Lutra, Mustelidae Carnivora), vol. 80 of Life Sciences Contributions, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada, View at: Publisher SiteCited by: 9.The neotropical river otter is a member of the weasel family, Mustelidae, in the Mammalian Order of Carnivora.

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Males are larger than females.