Little Spotted Cat
The Little Spotted Cat (Leopardus tigrinus, sometimes Oncifelis tigrinus or Felis tigrina) is also known as Oncilla, Tigrillo or Tiger Cat. It is a close relative of the ocelot and the margay; its habitat is the tropical rainforests...
Scientific classification ... Genus: Leopardus ... The oncilla (Leopardus tigrinus),
also known as the little spotted cat, tigrillo, or tiger cat, is a small spotted cat ...
Taxonomic Notes: Genetic analyses found a level of divergence between L.
tigrinus from Costa Rica and from central and southern Brazil comparable to that
Taxonomic Notes: Based on analysis of mitochondrial DNA, Johnson et al. (1999
) found strongly supported divergence between little spotted cats from Costa ...
Descriptions and articles about the Little Spotted Cat, scientifically known as
Leopardus ... A reassessment on the taxonomy of this species is an urgent
Oncillas, also known as little spotted cats and little tiger cats, have been ... The
dorsal profile of the average oncilla skull is also less convex than that of .....
Genus Leopardus small American cats ... ADW doesn't cover all species in the
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... Genus, Leopardus ... Also known as: Little spotted cat, little tiger cat, tiger cat.
In early March 1996 the Felid TAG (Taxonomic Advisory Group) had a
conference. ... snow leopard being in 'panthera' or 'uncia', all small cats being '
felis' vs many different small cat genera, etc. ... Rusty-spotted cat (Prionailurus
The modern system of taxonomy using Latin names to describe species was ...
Linnaeus originally classified all the cats into a single genus, Felis within the
Felidae family. ... (was Felis tigrina), Oncilla (American Tiger Cat, Little spotted cat
The oncilla (Leopardus tigrinus), also known as the little spotted cat, tigrillo, or
tiger cat, is a small ... Classification ... Make taxonomic Flickr tags for this taxon ».