2 edition of puma, mysterious American cat. found in the catalog.
puma, mysterious American cat.
Young, Stanley Paul
|Statement||by Stanley P. Young. by Edward A. Goldman|
|Contributions||Goldman, Edward Alphonso, 1873-1946|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv p., 1 l., 358 (i. e. 362) p. incl. illus. (incl. maps) plates, ports.|
|Number of Pages||362|
|LC Control Number||47001087|
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INTRODUCTION. The Florida puma (Puma concolor coryi) is an endangered subspecies whose range was contiguous with other puma populations (Young and Goldman, ).By the late 20th century, however, habitat destruction, exploitation, and human population growth had reduced the Florida puma population to an isolated remnant numbering an estimated 20 to 30 individuals (Nowak and McBride, . Males can weigh lbs. ( kg) with a length of feet and a 3 foot tail. It is the second largest cat in the Americas, after the Jaguar, and it is the fourth heaviest cat in the world, after the Tiger, Lion, and Jaguar. It is a solitary cat and rarely is seen in the presence of other cats except during breeding and the raising of a litter.
The clearest photographs of a mysterious 'muscular big cat' thought to be a puma lurking in the British countryside were taken this weekend. An unnamed big cat . Post-ingestion samples (scats, pellets) commonly have been used to determine individual food items used by wild animals. Such studies have proved valuable in learning the degree to which mountain lions (Puma concolor Linnaeus) use specific prey bases (Anderson ; Leopold & Krausman ; Waid ).
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The first big book on cougars, fromstrikes at the nature of the animal in its title: The Puma: Mysterious American Cat. We name things, in our uniquely human way, to tame them. A name brings about order and hierarchy; puma by means of participation.
The book is a meticulous taxonomic classification of North, Central and South American variants of the "puma", "cougar", or "mountain lion." The authors, like many biologists of their era, placed heavy reliance on such characteristics as pelage colors and textures, skeletal configurations/bone length ratios, and measurements within the dental arcade/5(2).
The Puma. Mysterious American Cat. Part 1: History, Life Habits, Economic Status, and Control by Stanley P. Young. Part II: Classification of the Races of the Puma. By Edward A. Goldman. [YOUNG STANLEY P. AND EDWARD A. GOLDMAN] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Item Details. Title and Author/Editor: The Puma: Mysterious American Cat (Stanley P. Young; Edward A. Goldman). The South American cougar (Puma concolor concolor), also known as the Andean mountain lion or puma, is a cougar subspecies occurring in northern and western South America, from Colombia and Venezuela to Peru, Brazil, Argentina and Chile.
Taxonomy. Felis concolor was proposed by Carl Linnaeus in for. In 'The puma - Mysterious American cat' (S.P. Young and E.A. Goldman, ), one can find reliable information about the size of pumas in different regions.
Three females shot near Santa Cruz (Argentina) well over a century ago were (,28 cm.), (,60 cm.) and (, cm.) in total length, whereas a male shot near lake. The puma is the big cat of the Americas. At one time, it ranged from the Yukon in Canada to the Strait of Magellan at the tip of South America.
according to the book "Cougar: The American. Goldman (The Puma-Mysterious American Cat, p.) cite cases of a cougar (Felis concolor) feeding on the carcass of another; of one cougar killing and eating another while the latter was in a trap and of an adult male killing and eating unprotected young.
This note describes 2 cases of cougar cannibalism. On 29 December I killed and. NB - In most cat species, melanism is due to the expression in homozygous (two-copy) form of a recessive mutant allele; in the leopard and probably other species too, this is the non-agouti mutant allele of the agouti gene.
Conversely, in the jaguar and also the jaguarundi Puma yagouaroundi, melanism is due to the expression of a dominant mutant allele instead. The animal is a Puma Puma concolor, and it was photographed in Belize in by a remote camera (the photo comes via Marcella Kelly and. Eastern cougar or eastern puma (Puma concolor couguar) refers to the extinct or extirpated population of cougars that once lived in northeastern North America, which some authorities have considered to be a subspecies.
The eastern cougars were unofficially deemed extinct by a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service evaluation in The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service formally removed the eastern.
"The Puma: Mysterious American Cat" Stanley Young and E.A. Goldman publish "The Puma: Mysterious American Cat" - the most comprehensive review of information on cougars at that time.
Bounty Hunting in Arizona. Arizona enacts bounty on cougars. Cougars Classified as Game Animals. Florida classifies cougars as game animals. Run The Streets. Do You. Research and shop all the latest gear from the world of Fashion, Sport, and everywhere in between. The puma-like cat Puma pardoides (Owen, ) is reported from several Eurasian localities dated to the Late Pliocene–Early Pleistocene, but its Italian fossil record is really poor; in fact, the only possible occurrence comprises some fragmentary postcranial material from the Late Villafranchian locality of Pirro Nord (– Ma).
In the present paper, we describe an isolated left. The cougar Puma concolor was part of the pre-European fauna of the north-eastern USA. It was extirpated in the late s and since the late s there have been discussions concerning its reintroduction to the region.
One site considered is Adirondack State Park in northern New York. All the data I have for cougars is from the book “The puma, mysterious American cat” by Young and Goldman which provides measurements for a total of 60 adult male and 62 adult female skulls from throughout this species’ range.
Most of the data I have for leopard skulls is from papers published by the British zoologist, R.I. Pocock who.Zoologist, media consultant, and science writer, Dr Karl Shuker is also one of the best known cryptozoologists in the world.
He is the author of such seminal works as Mystery Cats of the World (), The Lost Ark: New and Rediscovered Animals of the 20th Century (; greatly expanded in as The Encyclopaedia of New and Rediscovered Animals), Dragons: A Natural History (). The Wolves of North America.
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