Bassaricyon neblina neblina

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Helgen K, Pinto C, Kays R, Helgen L, Tsuchiya M, Quinn A, Wilson D, Maldonado J (2013) Taxonomic revision of the olingos (Bassaricyon), with description of a new species, the Olinguito. ZooKeys 324 : 1–83, doi. Versioned wiki page: 2013-08-15, version 36342, https://species-id.net/w/index.php?title=Bassaricyon_neblina_neblina&oldid=36342 , contributors (alphabetical order): Pensoft Publishers.

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@article{Helgen2013ZooKeys324,
author = {Helgen, Kristofer M. AND Pinto, C. Miguel AND Kays, Roland AND Helgen, Lauren E. AND Tsuchiya, Mirian T. N. AND Quinn, Aleta AND Wilson, Don E. AND Maldonado, Jesús E.},
journal = {ZooKeys},
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title = {Taxonomic revision of the olingos (Bassaricyon), with description of a new species, the Olinguito},
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Taxonavigation

Genus: Bassaricyon

Name

Bassaricyon neblina Helgen & Pinto & Kays & Helgen & Tsuchiya & Quinn & Wilson & Maldonado, 2013 subsp. n.Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

Diagnosis

This subspecies is (in skull length) smaller than Bassaricyon neblina osborni subsp. n., but larger than Bassaricyon neblina hershkovitzi subsp. n. and Bassaricyon neblina ruber subsp. n. (though Bassaricyon neblina ruber subsp. n. is more robust cranially, with a wider skull). It has proportionally very large teeth, especially P4 and the first molars, and a narrow skull, with a narrow and low-domed braincase (Figures 9–10, Table 8). In color it most closely resembles Bassaricyon neblina osborni subsp. n., but is the least rufous of the subspecies, usually with the greatest preponderance of black tipping to the fur (e.g., Figure 13).

Distribution

The nominate subspecies is endemic to Ecuador, where it is recorded from the western slopes of the Andes, in Pichincha and Cotopaxi Provinces, in forests at elevations from 1800 to 2300 m (Figure 16).

Referred specimens

As listed for Bassaricyon neblina, above.

Taxon Treatment

  • Helgen, K; Pinto, C; Kays, R; Helgen, L; Tsuchiya, M; Quinn, A; Wilson, D; Maldonado, J; 2013: Taxonomic revision of the olingos (Bassaricyon), with description of a new species, the Olinguito ZooKeys, 324: 1-83. doi

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Other References

  1. Lee T, Packer J, Alvarado-Serrano D (2006) Results of a mammal survey of the Tandayapa Valley, Ecuador. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Texas Tech University 250: 1-8.