Bassaricyon neblina ruber

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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 36333, https://species-id.net/w/index.php?title=Bassaricyon_neblina_ruber&oldid=36333 , 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.},
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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 markedly smaller (at least in skull length) than Bassaricyon neblina neblina and Bassaricyon neblina osborni, with the fur longest and most strikingly reddish of all the Olinguito populations (reddish with golden and black tipping), and more golden brown face and and reddish brown limbs, with the limbs well-furred. Though similar in overall skull length to Bassaricyon neblina hershkovitzi, the skull is especially wide for its size (Table 8), with broad zygomata, braincase, and rostrum compared to that subspecies.

Distribution

This subspecies is recorded from the Urrao District of Colombia (2200–2400 m in Huila and Antioquia Departments), on the western slope of the Western Andes, where it is documented by specimens collected in 1951 by Philip Hershkovitz.

Etymology

The name refers to the rich reddish-brown pelage of this subspecies (Figures 3, 14).

Holotype

FMNH 70722, adult male, skin, skull, and postcranial skeleton, Rio Urrao, 2400 m, Urrao, Huila Department, Colombia (collected by P. Hershkovitz, 24 April 1951).

Paratypes

FMNH 70721, adult female, skin, skull, and postcranial skeleton, Rio Ana, 2200 m, Urrao, Huila Department, Colombia (collected by P. Hershkovitz, 19 April 1951); FMNH 70723, adult male, skin, skull, and postcranial skeleton, Guapantal, 2200 m, Urrao, Antioquia Department, Colombia (collected by P. Hershkovitz, 28 April 1951).

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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