New Trip Reports from Patagonia & Coastal Argentina, and RIP Arnulfo Medina-Fitoria

If you have looked for mammals in Nicaragua you may have met Arnulfo Medina-Fitoria, one of Nicaragua’s foremost mammalogists and a true pioneer in Central America. Even if you didn’t meet him you would have benefitted from his work if you have looked for mammals there. I am very sad to report that Arnulfo died very suddenly on friday: a reminder that COVID is still far from over. José Gabriel Martínez has worked extensively with Arnulfo and is raising money to help his wife and son. https://gofund.me/b54fc8

And here are two excellent new trip reports from Rob Jansen as he continues his South American odyssey.

Patagonia, 2021: Rob Jansen, 1 month & 10 species including Puma, Magellanic Tuco Tuco and Wolffsohn’s Viscacha.

Coastal Argentina, 2022: Rob Jansen, 5 weeks & 17 species including Large Hairy Armadillo and Franciscana.

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