La reproduction du Chat des marais Felis chaus (Güldenstädt, 1776)

@inproceedings{Schauenberg1979LaRD,
  title={La reproduction du Chat des marais Felis chaus (G{\"u}ldenst{\"a}dt, 1776)},
  author={P. Schauenberg},
  year={1979}
}
Le Chat des marais F. chaus se reproduit bien cn captivite ; cependant sä biologie cst encore imparfaitement connue et les observations faites ä son sujet dans la nature sont fragmentaires. La plupart des naissances se produisent de deceinbre ä avril-mai. Des parturitions ont ete constatees tous les mois, sauf en juillet et novembre. Une majorite de jeunes a etc decouverte dans des gites etablis dans des founds de roseaux ou des rizieres. La o, qui atteint sä maturite sexuelle a l l mois, peut… Expand
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