Canis mesomelas

@inproceedings{Walton2003CanisM,
  title={Canis mesomelas},
  author={Lyle R. Walton and Damien O. Joly},
  year={2003}
}
Canis Linnaeus, 1758:38. Type species Canis familiaris (5 Canis lupus Linnaeus). Thos Oken, 1816:1037. Type species Thos vulgaris (5 Canis aureus Linnaeus). Not available according to Opinion 417, International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature (Hemming 1956). Vulpicanis Blainville, 1837:279. Type species Canis aureus Linnaeus. Simenia Gray, 1868:494, 506. Type species Canis simensis Rüppell. Lupulella Hilzheimer, 1906:363. Type species Canis mesomelas Schreber. Schaeffia Hilzheimer, 1906… 
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Black-backed jackals are natural hosts of B. rossi, and the observed sequence similarities were confirmed by phylogenetic analyses using neighbour joining and maximum parsimony.
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Analysis of the radii-of-curvature and intercuspid notches present in the mandibulardentition of the Mio-Pliocene guild of carnivorans of Langebaanweg, South Africa found that the LBW carnivoran had less sharp premolars than do their modern confamilials - an indication of greater durophagy.
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The results depict the absence of morphological overlap between L. m.
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FREE-LIVING JACKALS (Canis mesomelas) - POTENTIAL RESERVOIR HOSTS FOR Ehrlichia canis IN KENYA 1 2
Using a modified cell culture test, Ehrlichia canis was found in eight of 16 free-living jackals (Canis mesomelas) and 14 of 31 dogs owned by pastoral communities in the same areas of Kenya. Two
A note on feeding habits, Ectoparasites and measurements of the Black-Backed Jackal Canis Mesomelas from Addo Elephant National Park
DsitSi from a small sample of black-backed jackals confined to the National Park indicated that they were opportunistic feeders taking various insects, molluscs, reptiles, birds, mammals and fruits
Food niche separation between four sympatric Namib Desert carnivores
The diet of four sympatric carnivore species was established by analyzing scats collected during 1978-1980, a period of increasing drought in the Namib Desert. Termites were especially important in
Some Aspects of Social Behavior in the Canidae
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The bateared fox has developed contact behaviors such as social grooming while the wolf has evolved more specialized agonistic postures that are used in the maintenance of a social hierarchy.
Age determination and growth curves in the black-backed jackal, Canis mesomelas Schreber, 1775 (Carnivora: Canidae)
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This study of age criteria and growth curves was undertaken to assist future biologists in evaluating from time to time the status of a population, i.e. whether it is increasing, static or decreasing.
Jackal helpers and pup survival
BLACKBACKED jackals (Canis mesomelas) are one of the few mammalian species to have long-term pair bonds and to exhibit a tendency for some offspring to help in the provisioning and guarding of
Differential passage rates of prey components through the gut of serval Felis serval and black-backed jackal Canis mesomelas
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Feeding trials conducted on Felis serval and Canis mesomelas showed that the same prey item may appear in up to seven scats, indicating over-estimation of some prey species relative to others in the diet of carnivores studied can occur.
Black-backed jackal diet in relation to food availability in the Natal Drakensberg
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The jackal's feeding strategy is discussed and it is considered to be primarily a searcher, living on the most abundant, conveniently sized prey; and a pursuer or scavenger only opportunistically.
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