Juan Pablo Julia

Juan Pablo Julia
National University of Tucuman | UNT · Facultad de Ciencias Naturales

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Introduction
Juan Pablo Julia currently works at the Facultad de Ciencias Naturales, National University of Tucuman. Juan Pablo does research in Zoology, Ecology and Developmental Biology. Their current projects are in conservation traslocations of wildlife and ecological restoration.

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PRESENTACIÓN Buena parte de los tucumanos viven en lo que se conoce como el Gran San Miguel de Tucumán: Yerba Buena, Tafí Viejo, Lules, La Banda, El Manantial, Las Talitas y San Miguel de Tucumán, con alrededor de un millón de tucumanos, son vecinos de la Sierra de San Javier. Esa sierra fue durante siglos fuente de madera y de pastos verdes para...
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El oso hormiguero (Myrmecophaga trydactyla) es, junto al tatú carreta, el mayor de los edentados (Xenarthra) vivientes: los ejemplares adultos pueden medir hasta 215 cm de largo, tener una alzada de unos 70 cm y pesar hasta 50 kg. Morfológicamente, se caracteriza –al igual que el resto de las especies de la familia de los mirmecofágidos (“hormiguer...
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Argentina: Guazú-phitá (Mbyá-guaraní) (Formosa, Chaco, Jujuy); Cahitá (Formosa, Chaco); Venado, Poca o Pardo (Misiones); Corzuela peñasquera (Salta); Gama, Corzuela roja, Venado pardo, Corzuela colorada mayor (uso general en el área de distribución). América: Mateiro, Veado matteiro, Veado pardo, Veado roxo, Guazú pará, Veado singelo (Brasil); Mata...
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Ecuador); Temazate (México). NOMBRE ESTANDARIZADO EN INGLÉS Brown Brocket Deer. DESCRIPCIÓN Altura hasta la cruz: entre 350 y 650 mm. Largo de cabeza y cuerpo entre 819 y 1250 mm. Largo cola entre 80 y 152 mm. Peso: 8 hasta 25 kg. Longitud astas: 70 a 150 mm.
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The trophic spectrum of the Brown brocket deer, Mazama gouazoubira Fischer, 1814, was analyzed between September 1993 to February 1994, in a secondary environment of Yungas, Argentina and in semicaptivity conditions. Seventy three vegetable species and two fungi species were recorded. It was registered also the consumption of ticks, salt, land, bri...
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Habit use during the foraging for the brown brocket deer (Mazama gouazoubira) in a secondary environment of yungas and in semicautivity conditions. The use of habit from the brown brocket deer (Mazama gouazoubira) during the forages has been studied few. To the only reference there is information’s referred to the areas in that this is observed wit...
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Deer of the Mazama genus are one of the most common representatives of the Neotropical ungulate fauna. They are an important part of the diet of large carnivores such as the jaguar ( Panthera onca), and the puma (Puma concolor), in areas they share (Young, 1946; Emmons, 1987; Aranda, 1993). The red brocket deer (M. ... americana), and probably the...
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Since 1991, the PROJECT CORZUELAS has been running in the Horco Molle Experimental Reservation (Universidad Nacional de Tucumán). The general objective of the project is the study of the natural history of Mazama spp, its management possibilities, and uses. Up to now, the results have been shown in 12 publications where we developed, in different d...
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Introducción La corzuela parda (Mazama gouazoubira) es un cérvido de tamaño mediano, de cuerpo esbelto y grácil, coloración pardo a pardo grisácea. Con una amplia distribución que abarca desde el Sur de México hasta el Norte de Argentina y Uruguay. En Argentina (Fig. 1), se encuentra en las provincias de Chaco, Formosa, Misiones, Corrientes, Santia...

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