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Records of Coendouichillus (Rodentia, Erethizontidae) from the Lower Urubamba Region of Peru.

Gregory T, Lunde D, Zamora-Meza HT, Carrasco-Rueda F - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: Coendouichillus was first described in 2001 by Voss and da Silva, with a range from Amazonian Ecuador to Iquitos, Peru.We conservatively estimate that 17 individuals were photographed, including one juvenile.Being 900 km away from Iquitos, Peru (the site of the closest record), discovery of this species in the Lower Urubamba constitutes a significant range extension.

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Affiliation: Center for Conservation Education and Sustainability, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, National Zoological Park, Washington, DC 20013-7012.

ABSTRACT
Coendouichillus was first described in 2001 by Voss and da Silva, with a range from Amazonian Ecuador to Iquitos, Peru. Here, we describe an adult female Coendouichillus specimen collected in a Tomahawk trap in the forest canopy of the Lower Urubamba Region of Peru in October 2013. We also describe pathologies and behaviors observed through 379 camera trapping photo events (2,196 photos) gathered in natural canopy bridges over the course of a year (7,198 trap nights), including information on activity period over the course of the day and over the course of the lunar cycle. We conservatively estimate that 17 individuals were photographed, including one juvenile. Being 900 km away from Iquitos, Peru (the site of the closest record), discovery of this species in the Lower Urubamba constitutes a significant range extension.

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Daily activity pattern of Coendouichillus evaluated through photo events per 100 trap nights over the course of one year.
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Figure 4: Daily activity pattern of Coendouichillus evaluated through photo events per 100 trap nights over the course of one year.

Mentions: Events of Coendouichillus occurred between 18:00 and 5:00 hours, with an activity peak at 20:00 (Figure 4). With regards to moon phase, there was a significant relationship between activity and phase, and there was more activity during the lower light phases (Figure 5, ρ (4)=-0.33, p=0.007).


Records of Coendouichillus (Rodentia, Erethizontidae) from the Lower Urubamba Region of Peru.

Gregory T, Lunde D, Zamora-Meza HT, Carrasco-Rueda F - Zookeys (2015)

Daily activity pattern of Coendouichillus evaluated through photo events per 100 trap nights over the course of one year.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 4: Daily activity pattern of Coendouichillus evaluated through photo events per 100 trap nights over the course of one year.
Mentions: Events of Coendouichillus occurred between 18:00 and 5:00 hours, with an activity peak at 20:00 (Figure 4). With regards to moon phase, there was a significant relationship between activity and phase, and there was more activity during the lower light phases (Figure 5, ρ (4)=-0.33, p=0.007).

Bottom Line: Coendouichillus was first described in 2001 by Voss and da Silva, with a range from Amazonian Ecuador to Iquitos, Peru.We conservatively estimate that 17 individuals were photographed, including one juvenile.Being 900 km away from Iquitos, Peru (the site of the closest record), discovery of this species in the Lower Urubamba constitutes a significant range extension.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Center for Conservation Education and Sustainability, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, National Zoological Park, Washington, DC 20013-7012.

ABSTRACT
Coendouichillus was first described in 2001 by Voss and da Silva, with a range from Amazonian Ecuador to Iquitos, Peru. Here, we describe an adult female Coendouichillus specimen collected in a Tomahawk trap in the forest canopy of the Lower Urubamba Region of Peru in October 2013. We also describe pathologies and behaviors observed through 379 camera trapping photo events (2,196 photos) gathered in natural canopy bridges over the course of a year (7,198 trap nights), including information on activity period over the course of the day and over the course of the lunar cycle. We conservatively estimate that 17 individuals were photographed, including one juvenile. Being 900 km away from Iquitos, Peru (the site of the closest record), discovery of this species in the Lower Urubamba constitutes a significant range extension.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus