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Bobcat Subspecies is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Bobcat Subspecies books and related discussion.
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- bobcat ldr
- bobcat its name. Pennsylvania bobcats weigh 15 to 20 pounds, with large individuals as heavy as 35 pounds.
- Re: November 23, 2005 Federal Register, Vol
- Nov 23, 2005 L.r. escuinapae.
- Deletion of Bobcat (Lynx rufus) from Appendix II - CITES
- There are 12 potentially valid subspecies of the bobcat in North and Central America (Hall. 1981).
- 34 OutdOOr AlAbAmA | February 2011. >There are 12 recognized subspecies of the bobcat.
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- Surrogate Ambassador Species: The Lynx as a Case Study
- The bobcat does not occur in Alaska, but all 12 of the bobcat subspecies can be found in southern Canada, most of the lower 48 and Mexico. Unlike the Canadian or Eurasian lynx the bobcat is not nearly as dependent on forested habitat to survive.
Suggested Web Resources
- Bobcat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Subspecies. Thirteen bobcat subspecies are currently recognized: L.
- The Lynx or Bobcat
- There is a subspecies of lynx that is considered endangered. The Lynx rufus escuinapae (the Mexican bobcat) is listed by the U.S.
- National Geographic: Lewis & Clark—Animals—Northern Bobcat
- image: Northern Bobcat Photograph by George D. Lepp/Corbis. Northern Bobcat Lynx rufus pallescens.
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