@article{Ayala_Viscarra_Ticona_Martínez_Wallace_2023, title={Nuevo registro y notas sobre el patrón de actividad del puerco espín de cola corta (Coendou rufescens: Erethizontidae) en el departamento de La Paz, Bolivia}, volume={9}, url={https://mammalogynotes.org/ojs/index.php/mn/article/view/357}, DOI={10.47603/mano.v9n2.357}, abstractNote={<p>Los puercoespines (<em>Coendou</em>, Erethizontidae), son uno de los mamíferos menos estudiados por sus hábitos arborícolas y nocturnos. Se tiene confirmada la presencia de tres especies para Bolivia: <em>Coendou longicaudatus</em> <em>boliviensis</em>, <em>C. bicolor</em> y <em>C. rufescens</em>. Se tiene poca información sobre la ecología, historia natural y distribución de estas especies en Bolivia, con solo seis registros de puerco espín de cola corta (<em>C. rufescens</em>) en los departamentos de Santa Cruz y Cochabamba. Este trabajo reporta la presencia y el patrón de actividad de <em>C. rufescens</em> en el departamento de La Paz en el Valle de Acero Marka, Bolivia. Se instalaron 62 estaciones de cámaras trampa, acumulando un esfuerzo de muestreo de 3.696,81 trampas noche, obteniendo un total de 66 fotografías y 10 eventos independientes. Este estudio es el primero para el departamento de La Paz y amplía la distribución de <em>C. rufescens</em> hacia el oeste de Bolivia específicamente a orillas del río Aceromarka en los Yungas, a una altitud de 3.195 m. Además, reportamos un patrón de actividad predominantemente nocturno con registros entre las 20:26 h y 02:24 h.</p&gt;}, number={2}, journal={Mammalogy Notes}, author={Ayala, Guido Marcos and Viscarra, María Estela and Ticona, Herminio and Martínez, Jesús and Wallace, Robert Benedict}, year={2023}, month={oct.}, pages={357} }

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