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Old Wednesday 17th April 2019, 08:33   #3
opisska
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Moving on to South America (Argentina, specifically) and "foxes" - the variability makes it a killer problem and everywhere there are at least two species in range:

C1: Near Salinas Grandes, NW of Cordoba: Pampas and SA Gray possible
C2: Sierra de las Quijadas, San Luis: Pampas and SA Gray possible
C3-4: Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego: Andean and SA Gray possible
C5: Malargue, Mendoza: Andean and SA Gray possible
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