Data about Leopardus

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Ecology

Data about Leopardus
habitat
Additional detail arboreal habitat Environments - EOL project  
Additional detail mountain
  • mountain
    A landform that extends above the surrounding terrain in a limited area. A mountain is generally steeper than a hill, but there is no universally accepted standard definition for the height of a mountain or a hill although a mountain usually has an identifiable summit and a local relief of more than 300m.
    http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/ENVO_00000081
Environments - EOL project  
Additional detail steppe
  • steppe
    A plain without trees (apart from those near rivers and lakes); it is similar to a prairie, although a prairie is generally considered as being dominated by tall grasses, while short grasses are said to be normal in the steppe. It may be semi-desert, or covered with grass or shrubs or both, depending on the season and latitude.
    http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/ENVO_00000262
Environments - EOL project  
  • interacts with
    an organism has an effect on another organism in the community.
    http://eol.org/schema/terms/interactsWith
interacts with
Additional detail Aelurostrongylus GloBI  
Additional detail African Apes GloBI  
Additional detail Anaconda, Green Anaconda GloBI  
Additional detail Anacondas GloBI  
Additional detail Andean Mountain Cat GloBI  
Additional detail Angiostrongylidae GloBI  
Additional detail Ape GloBI  
Additional detail Ascarididae GloBI  
Additional detail Black-faced Lion Tamarin GloBI  
Additional detail Boas & Pythons GloBI  
Additional detail Capillaria GloBI  
Additional detail Capillariidae GloBI  
Additional detail Cats GloBI  
Additional detail Coatis GloBI  
Additional detail Colocolo GloBI  
Additional detail Eagles GloBI  
Additional detail Felinae GloBI  
Additional detail Feline Roundworm GloBI  
Additional detail Geoffroy's Cat GloBI  
Additional detail Great Apes and Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Hammondia GloBI  
Additional detail Harpia GloBI  
Additional detail Harpy Eagle GloBI  
Additional detail Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Jaguar GloBI  
Additional detail Lion Tamarins GloBI  
Additional detail New World Monkeys GloBI  
Additional detail Ocelot GloBI  
Additional detail Oligacanthorhynchidae GloBI  
Additional detail Oncicola GloBI  
Additional detail Oncilla GloBI  
Additional detail Paragonimidae GloBI  
Additional detail Paragonimus GloBI  
Additional detail Procyonids GloBI  
Additional detail Roaring Cats GloBI  
Additional detail Sarcocystidae GloBI  
Additional detail South American Coati GloBI  
Additional detail Southern Muriqui GloBI  
Additional detail Spiruridae GloBI  
Additional detail Taeniidae GloBI  
Additional detail Tamarins GloBI  
Additional detail Toxocara GloBI  
Additional detail Woolly Spider Monkey GloBI  
feeds on
Additional detail Black-faced Lion Tamarin GloBI  
Additional detail Coatis GloBI  
Additional detail Lion Tamarins GloBI  
Additional detail New World Monkeys GloBI  
Additional detail Procyonids GloBI  
Additional detail South American Coati GloBI  
Additional detail Southern Muriqui GloBI  
Additional detail Tamarins GloBI  
Additional detail Woolly Spider Monkey GloBI  
  • interacts with
    an organism has an effect on another organism in the community.
    http://eol.org/schema/terms/interactsWithreverse
interacts with
Additional detail Acouchis GloBI  
Additional detail Acuchis and Agoutis GloBI  
Additional detail African Apes GloBI  
Additional detail Agoutis GloBI  
Additional detail Alpaca GloBI  
Additional detail American Opossums GloBI  
Additional detail American Spotted Cats GloBI  
Additional detail American Spotted Cats GloBI  
Additional detail Andean Mountain Cat GloBI  
Additional detail Ape GloBI  
Additional detail Armored Rat GloBI  
Additional detail Armored Rats GloBI  
Additional detail Banded Penguins GloBI  
Additional detail Bare-tailed Woolly Opossum GloBI  
Additional detail Big-eared Opossum GloBI  
Additional detail Black-faced Lion Tamarin GloBI  
Additional detail Brazilian Guinea Pig GloBI  
Additional detail Brockets GloBI  
Additional detail Brown Howler GloBI  
Additional detail Brown Jay GloBI  
Additional detail Brush Mouse GloBI  
Additional detail Camels GloBI  
Additional detail Capuchin Monkey GloBI  
Additional detail Capuchin Monkeys GloBI  
Additional detail Cats GloBI  
Additional detail Cavies GloBI  
Additional detail Cavies GloBI  
Additional detail Central American Agouti GloBI  
Additional detail Coatis GloBI  
Additional detail Colocolo GloBI  
Additional detail Common Opossum GloBI  
Additional detail Common Opossums GloBI  
Additional detail Coyotes, Dogs, Foxes, Jackals, and Wolves GloBI  
Additional detail Crows & Ravens GloBI  
Additional detail Crypturellus GloBI  
Additional detail Deer Mice GloBI  
Additional detail Deer, Elk, Moose, and Caribou GloBI  
Additional detail Degus, Rock Rats, and Viscacha Rats GloBI  
Additional detail Desmarest's Spiny Pocket Mouse GloBI  
Additional detail Felinae GloBI  
Additional detail Forest Spiny Pocket Mice GloBI  
Additional detail Geoffroy's Cat GloBI  
Additional detail Golden Mantled Tamarin GloBI  
Additional detail Golden-bellied Capuchin GloBI  
Additional detail Great Apes and Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Guanaco GloBI  
Additional detail Hoffmann's Two-toed Sloth GloBI  
Additional detail Howler Monkeys GloBI  
Additional detail Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Kangaroo Rats, Pocket Mice, and Relatives GloBI  
Additional detail Kinkajou GloBI  
Additional detail Lion Tamarins GloBI  
Additional detail Llamas GloBI  
Additional detail Magellanic Penguin GloBI  
Additional detail Maned Sloth GloBI  
Additional detail Mexican Hairy Dwarf Porcupine GloBI  
Additional detail Muridae GloBI  
Additional detail New World Monkeys GloBI  
Additional detail New World Porcupines GloBI  
Additional detail Ocellated Turkey GloBI  
Additional detail Ocelot GloBI  
Additional detail Oncilla GloBI  
Additional detail Pacas GloBI  
Additional detail Penguins GloBI  
Additional detail Potos GloBI  
Additional detail Procyonids GloBI  
Additional detail Pygmy Three-toed Sloth GloBI  
Additional detail Quail GloBI  
Additional detail Red Acouchi GloBI  
Additional detail Red-chested Moustached Tamarin GloBI  
Additional detail Red-faced Spider Monkey GloBI  
Additional detail Red-rumped Agouti GloBI  
Additional detail Robust Capuchin Monkeys GloBI  
Additional detail Short-eared Dogs GloBI  
Additional detail Slaty-breasted Tinamou GloBI  
Additional detail Small Eared Zorro GloBI  
Additional detail South American Brown Brocket GloBI  
Additional detail South American Coati GloBI  
Additional detail Southern Muriqui GloBI  
Additional detail Spider Monkeys GloBI  
Additional detail Spiny Rat GloBI  
Additional detail Spiny Rats GloBI  
Additional detail Spix's Moustached Tamarin GloBI  
Additional detail Tamarins GloBI  
Additional detail Tamarins GloBI  
Additional detail Three-toed Sloths GloBI  
Additional detail Three-toed Sloths GloBI  
Additional detail Tinamous GloBI  
Additional detail Tomes' Spiny Rat GloBI  
Additional detail Tree Porcupines GloBI  
Additional detail True Marmosets GloBI  
Additional detail Tucu-tucu De Los Talares GloBI  
Additional detail Tucu-tucus GloBI  
Additional detail Tufted Jays GloBI  
Additional detail Turkeys GloBI  
Additional detail Two-toed Sloths GloBI  
Additional detail Two-toed Sloths GloBI  
Additional detail White-faced Capuchin GloBI  
Additional detail Wied's Marmoset GloBI  
Additional detail Woolly Opossums GloBI  
Additional detail Woolly Spider Monkey GloBI  
  • has predator
    is consumed for energetic or other nutritional needs (by another organism)
    http://eol.org/schema/terms/HasPredator
has predator
Additional detail African Apes GloBI  
Additional detail Ape GloBI  
Additional detail Great Apes and Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Humans GloBI  

Evolution and Systematics

Data about Leopardus
first appearance (older bound)
Additional detail 3.0 million years ago The Paleobiology Database  
first appearance (younger bound)
Additional detail 1.2 million years ago The Paleobiology Database  
last appearance (older bound)
Additional detail 0.0117 million years ago The Paleobiology Database  
last appearance (younger bound)
Additional detail 0 million years ago The Paleobiology Database  

Conservation

Data about Leopardus
extinction status
Additional detail extant The Paleobiology Database  

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