Order: Carnivora. Family: Felidae. Genus: Leopardus. Species: L. tigrinus.
Binomial name. Leopardus tigrinus (Schreber, 1775). Oncilla area.png. Oncilla
range (needs updating). Synonyms. Oncifelis t...
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family ... English, –, Oncilla, Little Spotted Cat,
Tiger Cat, Little Tiger Cat ... Taxonomic Notes: Genetic analyses found a level of
divergence between L. tigrinus from Costa Rica and from central and southern ...
Oncillas, also known as little spotted cats and little tiger cats, have been recorded
in elevations ranging from sea level to 3200 m. ... The dorsal profile of the
average oncilla skull is also less convex than that of a margay skull. .....
The Oncilla Leopardus tigrinus is one of the smallest cat species in the Americas,
averaging 2.5 kg. They are often referred to as Tigrinas in scientific literature.
Little Spotted Cat (Felis tigrinus, Leopardus tigrinus) in Caatinga of NE Brazil:
photos, ... Previous species, in taxonomic order Next species, in taxonomic order.
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Feb 10, 2016 ... Oncilla or tiger cat (Leopardus tigrinus) Scientific name: Leopardus tigrinus
Higher classification: Leopardus, Rank: Species, Kingdom: ...
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ARKive. ... Order, Carnivora ... Subspecies: Leopardus tigrinus oncilla is
classified as Endangered (EN) on the IUCN Red List and listed on Appendix I of
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The oncilla (Leopardus tigrinus), also known as the little spotted cat, tigrillo, or
tiger cat, is a small spotted cat native to montane and tropical ... Classification.
Indian tiger welfare society provide information about the wild little spotted cat
found in the costa rica and northern panama. You can also get the additional ...
Jun 24, 2016 ... Scientific classification ... Also known as the little spotted cat, tiger cat, or oncilla,
the tigrillo is up to 36 inches long (including tail) and weighs up ...