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Table 7 Number of animals of mammal species documented to be consumed on average ± standard deviation per household per year in San Lorenzo Pápalo (N = 30 households interviewed)

From: Cuicatec ethnozoology: traditional knowledge, use, and management of fauna by people of San Lorenzo Pápalo, Oaxaca, Mexico

Animals huntedAnimals consumed per householdAnimals consumed by the whole community
Squirrel (Sciurus spp.)1.10 ± 0.3483.75
Badger (Nasua narica)0.48 ± 2.7036.25
Deer (Odocoileus virginianus)0.13 ± 1.2110
Fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus)0.10 ± 0.407.50
Skunks (Spilogale putorus, Maphitis macrura)0.06 ± 0.365
Rabbits (Sylvilagus sp.)0.03 ± 0.182.50
Armadillo (Dasypus novemicinctus)0.03 ± 0.182.50