LAGIDIUM PERUANUM PDF
IUCN SSC Small Mammal Specialist Group. Lagidium viscacia. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN Geographic range in detail. Threats. Mountain vizcacha (Lagidium cf. peruanum) in Ecuador – first record of Chinchillidae from the northern Andes. Florian A. Werner¹, Karim J. Ledesma², and. The northern viscacha (Lagidium peruanum) is a species of rodent in the family Chinchillidae. It is known from Peru and Chile, at elevations from to m, .
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Their pelage coloration varies from dark grey at low elevations to brown at higher elevations. They posess dense, soft fur on their bodies and long, coarse fur on the dorsal surface of their tails. Retrieved from ” https: The dorsal upper surface ranges from dark grey at lower altitudes to brown at higher elevations.
Northern viscacha Conservation status. The young is weaned when about 8 weeks old. It makes its home in crevices in the rock and is found in various habitats where suitable oagidium outcrops are found. Though we edit our accounts for accuracy, we cannot guarantee all information in those accounts. The ADW Team gratefully acknowledges their support. Geographic Range Lagidium peruanumone of several recognized species of “Mountain Viscachas,” lives in the Andes Mountains of Peru at pwruanum ranging from approximately 3, meters.
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Northern viscacha – Wikipedia
Lagidium peruanumone of several recognized species of “Mountain Viscachas,” lives in peruajum Andes Mountains of Peru at elevations ranging from approximately 3, meters. Positive Impacts food Economic Importance for Humans: Terrestrial Biomes mountains Physical Description L.
Conservation Status While their numbers have declined in some areas, L. The Animal Diversity Web is an educational resource written largely by and for college students.
The mating period ranges from October to December, in which all adult females become pregnant. While females may undergo a post-partum estrus, it is unlikely that a second pregnancy in a given year will result given the length of the gestation period and the timing of the mating season.
Lagidium peruanum northern viscacha Facebook. Glossary Neotropical living in the southern part of the New World.
Northern Mountain Viscacha (Lagidium peruanum) ·
Johns Hopkins University Press. Accessed December 31, at https: These animals are poor diggers, so their burrows consist of crevices among cliffs and rocks.
These colonies are segregated into small family lagiduum of 2 to 5 individuals which occupy a single burrow. Help us improve the site by taking our survey.
The Life of Mammals. This preference is probably driven by a need to avoid predators, lagieium land-based carnivores are more easily evaded on a steep slope.
Its long ears are furry and its body fur is dense and soft, but the tail has coarser hairs.
The northern viscacha is common within suitable habitat in its range. The offspring are precocious, and feed on a mixture of their mother’s milk and vegetation. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies.