Bassariscus sumichrasti is found from southern Mexico to western Panama habitat of -B. sumichrasti,- though seasonally it will inhabit drier deciduous forests . Learn more about the Cacomistle – with amazing Cacomistle photos and facts on Arkive. Cacomistle – View amazing Cacomistle photos – Bassariscus sumichrasti – on Arkive.
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Wildscreen With – Tom Hooker: Lindsey Paretti – Blood Island. AfricachimpanzeeconservationfilmIn the Fieldlab chimpsLiberiaPrimatesprimatologyrehabilitationtrue storywildlifewildlife filmWildscreen Festival. Share on Facebook Tweet Send email. A solitary, tree dwelling species, the cacomistle is basariscus at night ‘Cacomistle’ comes from the Mexian Nahuatl Indian name ‘Tlacomiztli’, meaning ‘half mountain lion’ Feeding mainly on fruit, the cacomistle also eats insects and small vertebrates The cacomistle’s home range measures about hectares and generally only a single male and female can be found in the sumichrastii area.
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Central American Cacomistle (Bassariscus sumichrasti), on mossy branch, Chiriquí, Panama, December
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