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Felidae

[′fel·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The cats and saber-toothed cats, a family of mammals in the superfamily Feloidea.
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As mentioned above, the three conceptual categories we wish to concentrate on presently are EQUIDAE, (4) CANIDAE and FELIDAE.
the Felidae can rack holds all five of the 13 ounce Felidae canned formulas for cats, providing increased visibility and convenience to the consumer.
Felidae pureSEA[TM] offers cat owners a healthy feline diet featuring high quality Salmon meal, while Felidae pureELEMENTS[TM] features chicken meal, turkey meal, fresh lamb and ocean fish meal.
Detection of feline coronavirus in captive Felidae in the USA.
Carnivores are represented by five families: Canidae (Vulpes vulpes), Felidae (Panthera pardus and Felis sp.
Carnivore Species Scientific Name CITES Listing Canidae bush dog Speothos venaticus Appendix I maned wolf Chrysocyon brachyurus Appendix II pampas fox Pseudalopex gymnocercus Appendix II Mustelidae long-tailed otter Lontra longicaudus Appendix I giant otter Pteronura brasiliensis Appendix I Felidae jaguar Panthera onca Appendix I puma Puma concolor Appendix II ocelot Leopardus pardalis Appendix I margay Leopardus wiedii Appendix I oncilla Leopardus tigrina Appendix I jaguarundi Herpailurus vagouaroundi Appendix II Geoffroy's cat Oncifelis geoffroyi Appendix I pampas cat Oncifelis colocolo Appendix II Table 2.
Evolutionary conservation of ten microsatellite loci in four species of Felidae.
Felidae TidNips for cats will offer a chicken and rice formula in a convenient 3 ounce pouch.
sampled Carnivora Felidae Panthera leo (lion) 100 (2/2) Panthera tigris (tiger) 80 (8/10), n= 1 * Catopuma temminckii (Asiatic golden cat) 100 (2/2), n = 1 * Panthera pardus (leopard) 100 (3/3), n = 1 * Neofelis nebulosa (clouded leopard) 100 (1/1), n = 1 * Prionailurus bengalensis (leopard cat) 0 (0/16) Prionailurus viverrinus (fishing cat) 0 (0/5) Total 41 (16/39) * All serum samples were positive (date of collection: March 4, 2004).
Movements into Africa at this time seem to have included the Giraffidae, Felidae and Hyaenidae (Tchernov et al.