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Cougar - General

Adams, R.B., J.C. Pitman, and L.A. Harveson (2006). Texas tortoise (Gopherus berlandieri) consumed by a mountain lion (Puma concolor) in southern texas. Southwestern Naturalist 51(4): 581-582. ISSN: 0038-4909.
Descriptors: cougar, montain lion, kitten, Puma concolor, Texas toroise, Gopherus berlandieri, consumed, prey variety, small prey, increase survival, predation skills.

Anderson, C.-R.J., F.G. Lindzey, and D.B. Mcdonald (2004). Genetic structure of cougar populations across the wyoming basin: metapopulation or megapopulation. Journal of Mammalogy 85(6): 1207-1214. ISSN: 0022-2372.
Online: www.mammalogy.org/pubjom/index.html
Descriptors: cougar population, Puma concolor, genetic structure, Wyoming basin, megapopulation, southwestern Colorado, population size, gene flow, U.S.

Benson, J.F., M.A. Lotz, and D. Jansen (2008). Natal den selection by Florida panthers. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(2): 405-410. ISSN: 0022-541X.
Descriptors: cougar, panther, Puma concolor, natal den selection, parturition, habitats used, kitten rearing, upland hardwood, pinelands, wet forests, Florida, U.S.

Biek, R., A.G. Rodrigo, D. Holley, A. Drummond, C.R.J. Anderson, H.A. Ross, and M. Poss (2003). Epidemiology, genetic diversity, and evolution of endemic feline immunodeficiency virus in a population of wild cougars. Journal of Virology 77(17): 9578-9589. ISSN: 0022-538X.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, epidemiology, genetic diversity, evolution, endemic feline immunodeficiency virus, retroviruses, natural host populations.

Biek, R., T.K. Ruth, K.M. Murphy, C.R.J. Anderson, M. Johnson, R. Desimone, R. Gray, M.G. Hornocker, C.M. Gillin, and M. Poss (2006). Factors associated with pathogen seroprevalence and infection in Rocky Mountain cougars. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 42(3): 606-615. ISSN: 0090-3558.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, infection, pathogen seroprevalence, associated factors, Rocky Mountain cougars, genetic material, feline herpes virus, Yersinia pestis, U.S.

Biek, R., T.K. Ruth, K.M. Murphy, C.R.J. Anderson, and M. Poss (2006). Examining effects of persistent retroviral infection on fitness and pathogen susceptibility in a natural feline host. Canadian Journal of Zoology 84(3): 365-373. ISSN: 0008-4301.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, persistent retroviral infection, effects, fitness, pathogen susceptibility, natural feline host, chronic infection, survival.

Blake, D.J., J. Graham, and M. Poss (2006). Quantification of feline immunodeficiency virus (fivpco) in peripheral blood mononuclear cells, lymph nodes and plasma of naturally infected cougars. Journal of General Virology 87(Part 4): 967-975. ISSN: 0022-1317.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, feline immunodeficiency virus, quantification, peripheral blood mononuclear cells, lymph nodes, plasma, naturally infected, domestic cats, lack of disease in cougars.

Bonier, F., H. Quigley, and S.N. Austad (2004). A technique for non-invasively detecting stress response in cougars. Wildlife Society Bulletin 32(3): 711-717. ISSN: 0091-7648.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, stress, detecting stress response, noninvasive technique, monitor stress hormone levels, assay of fecal corticoid metabolites.

Brown, M.A., M.W. Cunningham, A.L. Roca, J.L. Troyer, W.E. Johnson, and S.J. O'brien (2008). Genetic characterization of feline leukemia virus from Florida panthers. Emerging Infectious Diseases 14(2): 252-259. ISSN: 1080-6040.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor coryi, feline leukemia virus, genetic characterization, clinical signs, co infection, feline immunodeficiency virus, Florida, U.S.

Burkala, E. and M. Poss (2007). Evolution of feline immunodeficiency virus gag proteins. Virus Genes 35(2): 251-264. ISSN: 0920-8569.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, feline immunodeficiency virus, FIV, gag proteins, evolution, domestic cat, cougar, lion, biocchemical properties, RNA.

Choate, D.M., M.L. Wolfe, and D.C. Stoner (2006). Evaluation of cougar population estimators in Utah. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34(3): 782-799. ISSN: 0091-7648.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, population estimators, radiotagging, management, evaluation, Monroe Mountain, Oquirrh Mountains, Utah, U.S.

Conroy, M.J., P. Beier, H. Quigley, and M.R. Vaughan (2006). Improving the use of science in conservation: lessons from the Florida panther. Journal of Wildlife Management 70(1): 1-7. ISSN: 0022-541X.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor coryi, Florida panther, science in conservation, mehtodology, interpretation, management, working hypotheses, Florida U.S.

Cooley, H.S., H.S. Robinson, R.B. Wielgus, and C.S. Lambert (2008). Cougar prey selection in a white-tailed deer and mule deer community. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(1): 99-106. ISSN: 0022-541X.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, prey selection, white tailed deer, Odocoilus virginianus, mule deer, Odocoilus hemionous, northeast Washington state, U.S.

Dickson, B.G., J.S. Jenness, and P. Beier (2005). Influence of vegetation, topography, and roads on cougar movement in Southern California. Journal of Wildlife Management 69(1): 264-276. ISSN: 0022-541X.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, cougar movement, behavior, vegitation, roads, topography, influence, human altered landscapes, effects on cougar movements, Southern California U.S.

Dubey, J.R., T. Quirk, J.A. Pitt, N. Sundar, G.V. Velmurugan, O.C.H. Kwok, D. Leclair, R. Hill, and C. Su (2008). Isolation and genetic characterization of Toxoplasma gondii from raccoons (Procyon lotor), cats (Felis domesticus), striped skunk (Mephitis mephitis), black bear (Ursus americanus), and cougar (Puma concolor) from Canada. Journal of Parasitology 94(1): 42-45. ISSN: 0022-3395.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, Toxoplasma gondii, isolation, genetic characterization, bioassay, mice, feral cats, raccoons, skunk, black bear, genotyping, Canada.

Durden, L.A., M.W. Cunningham, R. Mcbride, and B. Ferree (2006). Ectoparasites of free-ranging pumas and jaguars in the Paraguayan Chaco. Veterinary Parasitology 137(1-2): 189-193. ISSN: 0304-4017.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, jaguar, Panthera onca, ectoparasites, infection, parasitology, free ranging, prevalence, Paraguayan Chaco.

Ernest, H.B., W.M. Boyce, V.C. Bleich, B. May, S.J. Stiver, and S.G. Torres (2003). Genetic structure of mountain lion (Puma concolor) populations in California. Conservation Genetics 4(3): 353-366. ISSN: 1566-0621.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, mountain lion, genetic structure, microsatellite analysis, genetic subdivisions, genetic variation, conservation efforts., California. U.S.

Fiorello, C.V., M.W. Cunningham, S.L. Cantwell, J.K. Levy, E.M. Neer, K. Conley, and P.M. Rist (2007). Diagnosis and treatment of presumptive postobstructive pulmonary edema in a Florida panther (Puma concolor coryi). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 38(2): 317-322. ISSN: 1042-7260.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor coryi, postobstructive pulmonary edema, diagnosis, treatment, free ranging, airway obstruction, tracking collars, telemetry collar, immobilized, clinical signs.

Foster, G.W., M.W. Cunningham, J.M. Kinsella, G. Mclaughlin, and D.J. Forrester (2006). Gastrointestinal helminths of free-ranging Florida panthers (Puma concolor coryi) and the efficacy of the current anthelmintic treatment protocol. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 42(2): 402-406. ISSN: 0090-3558.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor coryi, gastrointestinals parasites, free ranging, anthelmintic treatment protocol, efficacy, trematode, nematode, cestode.

Franklin, S.P., J.L. Troyer, J.A. Terwee, L.M. Lyren, W.M. Boyce, S.P.D. Riley, M.E. Roelke, K.R. Crooks, and S. Vandewoude (2007). Frequent transmission of immunodeficiency viruses among bobcats and pumas. Journal of Virology 81(20): 10961-10969. ISSN: 0022-538X.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, bobcats, Lynx rufus, pumas, infection, immunodeficiency viruses, frequent transmission, Lentiviridae, Southern California.

Franklin, S.P., J.L. Troyer, J.A. Terwee, L.M. Lyren, R.W. Kays, S.P.D. Riley, W.M. Boyce, K.R. Crooks, and S. Vandewoude (2007). Variability in assays used for detection of lentiviral infection in bobcats (Lynx rufus), pumas (Puma concolor) and ocelots (Leopardus pardalis). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 43(4): 700-710. ISSN: 0090-3558.
Descriptors: cougar, pumas, Puma concolor, bob cats, Lynx rufus, ocelots, Leopardus pardalis, lentiviral infection, detection, assays, variability.

Galentine, S.P. and P.K. Swift (2007). Intraspecific killing among mountain lions (Leopardus pardalis). Southwestern Naturalist 52(1): 161-164. ISSN: 0038-4909.
Descriptors: cougar, Leopardus pardalis, mountain lion, itraspecific killing, male, female, brain damage, hemorrhage, skull fracture, California.

Grigione, M.M., P. Beier, R.A. Hopkins, D. Neal, W.D. Padley, C.M. Schonewald, and M.L. Johnson (2002). Ecological and allometric determinants of home-range size for mountain lions (Puma concolor). Animal Conservation 5(4): 317-324. ISSN: 1367-9430.
Descriptors: cougars, Puma concolor, mountain lion, home range size, determinants, ecological, allometric, age, sex, reproductive status, California.U.S.

Guiao Leite, F.L. and T.A.R. Paula (2003). Rendimento intrinseco da espermatogenese, o indice de celulas de sertoli e a producao espermatica diaria da onca parda (Puma concolor). [Intrinsec yield of spermatogenesis, sertoli cell index and daily sperm production in cougar (Puma concolor)]. Revista Brasileira De Reproducao Animal 27(1): 21-26. ISSN: 0102-0803.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, spermatogenesis, intrinsec yield, sertoli cell index, daily sperm production, testicular morphology, spermatzoa.
Language of Text: Portuguese.

Harrenstien, L.A., L. Munson, L.M. Chassy, I.K.M. Liu, and J.F. Kirkpatrick (2004). Effects of porcine zona pellucida immunocontraceptives in zoo felids. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 35(3): 271-279. ISSN: 1042-7260.
Descriptors: zoo felids, contraception, methods, management, contraceptives, porcine zona pellucida, pZP, vaccine, African lion, Panthera leo, Asian leopard, P. pardus, jaguar, P. onca, tiger. (P. tigris, snow leopard, P. uncia, cougar, Felis concolor, Siberian lynx, F. lynx, Canada lynx, F. canadensis, serval, F. serval, bobcat, F. rufus.

Harvey, J.W., M.R. Dunbar, T.M. Norton, and M.J. Yabsley (2007). Laboratory findings in acute Cytauxzoon felis infection in cougars (Puma concolor couguar) in Florida. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 38(2): 285-291. ISSN: 1042-7260.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, acute Cytauxzoon felis infection, laboratory findings, intraerythrocytic piroplasms, stained blood films, hematologic parameters, hemolytic anemia, liver inury.

Hawkey, C.M. and M.G. Hart (1986). Haematological reference values for adult pumas, lions, tigers, leopards, jaguars and cheetahs. Research in Veterinary Science 41(2): 268-269. ISSN: 0034-5288.
Abstract: Normal haematological values and fibrinogen levels were obtained from a number of healthy adult Felidae in the collection of the Zoological Society of London. The group comprised 29 pumas (Felis concolor), 32 lions (Panthera leo), 27 tigers (P tigris), 19 leopards (P pardus), 18 jaguars (P onca) and 22 cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus). The values provided a basis for identifying abnormalities in the blood of sick individuals of these species and for undertaking interspecies comparisons.
Descriptors: cheetah, Acinonyx jubata, pumas, Felis concolor, lions, Panthera leo, tigers, Panthera tigris, leopards, Panthera pardus, jaguars, Panthera onca, adult, fibrinogen levels, blood, hematological reference values.

Hedberg, G.E., E.S. Dierenfeld, and Q.R. Rogers (2007). Taurine and zoo felids: considerations of dietary and biological tissue concentrations. Zoo Biology 26(6): 517-531. ISSN: 0733-3188.
Descriptors: zoo felids, taurine, dietary concentrations, biological concentrations, diets, essential amino acid, jarred baby foods, chunk meats, kitten milk replacer, plasma concentrations, measure of dietary impact, whole blood concentrations, reflect tissue storage.

Hoogesteijn, R. and A. Hoogesteijn (2008). Conflicts between cattle ranching and large predators in Venezuela: could use of water buffalo facilitate felid conservation? Oryx 42(1): 132-138. ISSN: 0030-6053.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, jaguar, Panthera onca, large predators, cattle ranching, Bos indicus, B. taurus, conflicts, water buffalo, Bubalus bubalis, mortality, defensive behavior.

Kortello, A.D., T.E. Hurd, and D.L. Murray (2007). Interactions between cougars (Puma concolor) and gray wolves (Canis lupus) in Banff National Park, Alberta. Ecoscience 14(2): 214-222. ISSN: 1195-6860.
Descriptors: cougars, Puma concolor, gray wolves, Canis lupus, predator, prey interactions, management, conservation, relationships.

Kurushima, J.D., J.A. Collins, J.A. Well, and H.B. Ernest (2006). Development of 21 microsatellite loci for puma (Puma concolor) ecology and forensics. Molecular Ecology Notes 6(4): 1260-1262. ISSN: 1471-8278.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, microsatellite loci, development, ecology, forensics, primers, dinucleoitide, tetranucleotide, genetic studies, parentage, kinship, popultion structure.

Lambert, C.M.S., R.B. Wielgus, H.S. Robinson, D.D. Katnik, H.S. Cruickshank, R. Clarke, and J. Almack (2006). Cougar population dynamics and viability in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Wildlife Management 70(1): 246-254. ISSN: 0022-541X.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, population dynanics, viability, human cougar conflicts, densities, hunting, managing, Pacific Northwest.

Laundre, J.W. (2005). Puma energetics: a recalculation. Journal of Wildlife Management 69(2): 723-732. ISSN: 0022-541X.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, metabolism, energetics, population studies, radio telemetry, applied and field techniques, energetic requirement, prey requirement, daily energy demand, annual kill rate, impact on deer population.

Laundre, J.W. and L. Hernandez (2008). The amount of time female pumas Puma concolor spend with their kittens. Wildlife Biology 14(2): 221-227. ISSN: 0909-6396.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, amount of time females spend with kittens, ecology, telemetry data, age, wildlife management, conservation, applied and field techniques, spatial, temporal affinity, distance from kittens.

Laundre, J.W. and L. Hernandez (2007). Do female pumas ( Puma concolor) exhibit a birth pulse? Journal of Mammalogy 88(5): 1300-1304. ISSN: 0022-2372.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, population studies, birth pulse, young survival, birth all months of the year, season of birth, July-September, January-February.

Laundre, J.W. and L. Hernandez (2003). Winter hunting habitat of pumas Puma concolor in northwestern Utah and southern Idaho, USA. Wildlife Biology 9(2): 123-129. ISSN: 0909-6396.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, behavior, stalk prey, kill points, cache sites, winter hunting habitat, specific habitat characteristics, older larger trees, Utah, Idaho. U.S.

Leite, F.L.G., T.A.R. De Paula, S.L. Pinto Da Matta, C.C. Fonseca, M.T.D. Das Neves, and J.B. Goncalves De Barros (2006). Cycle and duration of the seminiferous epithelium in puma (Puma concolor). Animal Reproduction Science 91(3-4): 307-316. ISSN: 0378-4320.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, seminiferous epithelium, cycle, duration, testis morphology, spermatogenic process, reproductive system, reproduction.

Long, E.S., D.M. Fecske, R.A. Sweitzer, J.A. Jenks, B.M. Pierce, and V.C. Bleich (2003). Efficacy of photographic scent stations to detect mountain lions. Western North American Naturalist 63(4): 529-532. ISSN: 1527-0904.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, photographic scent stations, efficacy, detection of mountain lions, population studies, ecology, wildlife management, conservation, automatic cameras, field equipment, population size estimates.

Mansfield, K.G. and E.D. Land (2002). Cryptorchidism in Florida panthers: prevalence, features, and influence of genetic restoration. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 38(4): 693-698. ISSN: 0090-3558.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, Florida panther, cryptorchidism, prevalence, features, influence, genetic restoration, reproductive system, reproduction, veterinary medicine, wildlife management, conservation, congenital disease, endocrine disease, gonads, inbreeding, reproductive success, delayed testicular descent, genetic restoration, Florida.

Miller, D.L., S.K. Taylor, D.S. Rotsetin, M.B. Pough, M.C. Barr, C.A. Baldwin, M. Cunningham, M. Roelke, and D. Ingram (2006). Feline immunodeficiency virus and puma lentivirus in Florida panthers (Puma concolor coryi): epidemiology and diagnostic issues. Veterinary Research Communications 30(3): 307-317. ISSN: 0165-7380.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor coryi, feline immunodeficiency virus, puma lentivirus, seroprevalence, Florida panthers, antibodies, enzyme linked immunosorbent assay, Western blot tests, Florida, U.S.

Newman, J., E. Zillioux, E. Rich, L. Liang, and C. Newman (2005). Historical and other patterns of monomethyl and inorganic mercury in the Florida panther (Puma concolor coryi). Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 48(1): 75-80. ISSN: 0090-4341.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor coryi, monomethyl, inorganic mercury, tissues, mercury contamination, historical patterns, hair analysis.

Pimm, S.L., L. Dollar, and O.L.J. Bass (2006). The genetic rescue of the Florida panther. Animal Conservation 9(2): 115-122. ISSN: 1367-9430.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor coryi, Florida panther, isolated, inbred, introduced panthers from Texas, genetic damage, breeding, mortality, molecular genetics, wildlife management, conservation, reproduction.

Poss, M., H. Ross, A. Rodrigo, J. Terwee, S. Vandewoude, and R. Biek (2008). The molecular biology and evolution of feline immunodeficiency viruses of cougars. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology 123(1-2): 154-158. ISSN: 0165-2427.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, feline immunodeficiency virus, infection, veterinary medicine, molecular genetics, molecular biology, viral disease, lentivirus, pathology, mortality.

Quagliatto Santos, A.L., S. Fernandes Mano De Carvalho, F. Machado De Moraes, and J.R. Ferreira Alves Junior (2004). Myocardial bridges in mountain lion (Puma concolor, Jardine-1834) (Felidae): a case report. Brazilian Journal of Morphological Sciences 21(4): 221-223. ISSN: 0102-9010.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, myocardial bridges, cardiovascular system, transport, circulation, coronary arteries, epicardium, heart, ventricle.

Rau, J.R. and J.E. Jimenez (2002). Diet of puma (Puma concolor, carnivora: felidae) in coastal and Andean ranges of southern Chile. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 37(3): 201-205. ISSN: 0165-0521.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, puma, diet, prey species, feces, European hares, pudu deer, rodents, birds, marsupials, black neck swans, coypu, Andean ranges, Chile.

Ray, J.C. (2000). Mesocarnivores of northeastern North America: status and conservation issues. WCS Working Paper(15): 1-82. ISSN: 1530-4426.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, mesocarnivores, wildlife management, conservation, habitat degradation, habitat destruction, history, human induced disturbance, species population, status, conservation issues.

Riley, S.P.D., C. Bromley, R.H. Poppenga, F.A. Uzal, L. Whited, and R.M. Sauvajot (2007). Anticoagulant exposure and notoedric mange in bobcats and mountain lions in urban southern California. Journal of Wildlife Management 71(6): 1874-1884. ISSN: 0022-541X.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, notoedric mange, anticoagulant exposure, bob cats, mountain lions, rodenticides, ectoparasites, toxicity, California.

Rodzen, J.A., J.D. Banks, E.P. Meredith, and K.C. Jones (2007). Characterization of 37 microsatellite loci in mountain lions (Puma concolor) for use in forensic and population applications. Conservation Genetics 8(5): 1239-1241. ISSN: 1566-0621.
Descriptors: cougars, Puma concolor, mountain lions, microsatellits loci, characterization, forensic applicationa, population applications.

Roelke, M.E., J. Pecon Slattery, S. Taylor, S. Citino, E. Brown, C. Packer, S. Vandewoude, and S.J. O'brien (2006). T-lymphocyte profiles in FIV-infected wild lions and pumas reveal CD4 depletion. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 42(2): 234-248. ISSN: 0090-3558.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, feline innunodeficiency virus, lentivirus, FIV-infected wild lions, T-lymphocyte profiles, pumas, cd4 depletion, CD5+cells.

Rosas Rosas, O.C., R. Valdez, L.C. Bender, and D. Daniel (2003). Food habits of pumas in northwestern Sonora, Mexico. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31(2): 528-535. ISSN: 0091-7648.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, behavior, food habits, desert mule deer, Odocoileus hemionus, white tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus, lagomorphs, bighorn sheep, Ovis canadensis, fecal samples, Sonora Mexico.

Rossi Junior, J.L., M.A. Gioso, M.Q. Teles, and L.M. Domingues Falqueiro (2007). Acompanhamento do crescimento dental em Puma concolor mantido em cativeiro. [Accompaniment of the dental growth in Puma concolor kept in captivity]. Pesquisa Veterinaria Brasileira 27(5): 205-208. ISSN: 0100-736X.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, captivity, dental growth, development, malocclusions, jaguars, Panthera onca, teeth, epidemiology, population studies, veterinary medicine, wildlife management, conservation, dental and oral disease, epidemiology, Brazil.
Language of Text: Portuguese.

Salkeld, D.J. and P. Stapp (2006). Seroprevalence rates and transmission of plague (Yersinia pestis) in mammalian carnivores. Vector Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 6(3): 231-239. ISSN: 1530-3667.
Descriptors: cougar, infection, Yersinia pestis, carnivores, plague, flea bites, transmission, seroprevalence, epidemiology, population studies, bacterial disease.

Sampaio Costa, D., T. Antonio Rego Paula, and S. Luiz Pinto Da Matta (2006). Cat, cougar, and jaguar spermatogenesis: a comparative analysis. Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology 49(5): 725-731. ISSN: 1516-8913.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, reproductive system, reproduction, spermatogenesis, comparative analysis, cat, jaguar, spermatogenic process, Sertoli cell index.

Schulman, F.Y., A.E. Krafft, T. Janczewski, I. Mikaelian, J. Irwin, and K. Hassinger (2003). Cutaneous fibropapilloma in a mountain lion (Felis concolor). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 34(2): 179-183. ISSN: 1042-7260.
Descriptors: cougar, mountain lion, Felis concolor, Puma concolor, cutaneous fibropapilloma, infection, tumor, integumentary system, tumor biology, veterinary medicine, neoplastic disease, diagnosis, clinical techniques, diagnostic techniques, histology polymerase chain reaction, surgical removal, case study.

Sims, C. (2001). Morphological distinctions in skulls of five felids (Puma concolor, Panthera onca, Panthera pardus, Uncia uncia, and Acinonyx jubatus). Journal of Morphology 248(3): 285. ISSN: 0362-2525.
Descriptors: cheetah, Acinonyx jubatus, skull, morphological distinctions, skeletal system, cougar, jaguar, leopard, snow leopard, species comparison study.
Notes: Sixth International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology, Jena, Germany; July 21-26, 2001.

Swanson, B.J. and P.J. Rusz (2006). Detection and classification of cougars in michigan using low copy DNA sources. American Midland Naturalist 155(2): 363-372. ISSN: 0003-0031.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, detection, classification, low copy DNA, scats, genotype.

Sweanor, L.L., K.A. Logan, and M.G. Hornocker (2005). Puma responses to close approaches by researchers. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33(3): 905-913. ISSN: 0091-7648.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, behavior, researchers, close approaches, responses, wildlife management, conservation, threat behavior.

Thatcher, C.A., F.T. Van Manen, and J.D. Clark (2006). Identifying suitable sites for Florida panther reintroduction. Journal of Wildlife Management 70(3): 752-763. ISSN: 0022-541X.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor coryi, reintroduction, suitable sites, identifying, models, simulations, wildlife management, conservation, populations, quantitative landscape assessment, mathematical and computer techniques, Florida, U.S.

Uzal, F.A., R.S. Houston, S.P.D. Riley, R. Poppenga, J. Odani, and W. Boyce (2007). Notoedric mange in two free-ranging mountain lions (Puma concolor). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 43(2): 274-278. ISSN: 0090-3558.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, free ranging, notoedric mange, alopecia, skin crusts, Notoedres cati, anticoagulant rodenticide intoxication, death, mites, southern California, U.S.

Wolfe, L.L. and M.W. Miller (2005). Suspected secondary thiafentanil intoxication in a captive mountain lion (Puma concolor). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 41(4): 829-833. ISSN: 0090-3558.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor, thiafentanil intoxication, toxicology, captive, veterinary medicine, inadvertent ingestion, assimilation, myopathy, depression, behavioral and mental disorders, carcasses, sedation, potential intoxication, scavenging species.

Yabsley, M.J., S.M. Murphy, and M.W. Cunningham (2006). Molecular detection and characterization of Cytauxzoon felis and a babesia species in cougars from Florida. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 42(2): 366-374. ISSN: 0090-3558.
Descriptors: cougar, Puma concolor coryi, Cytauxzoon felis, molecular detection, characterization, Babesia species, piroplasms, blood samples, 18SrRNA assay, Florida, U.S.

 

 

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