MAFFEI, L.; TABER, A.B. 2003. Area de acción, actividad y uso de hábitat del zorro patas negras, Cerdocyon thous, en un bosque seco. Mastozoologia Neotropical 10(1):154-160.
Abstract. Home range, activity, and habitat use of the crab-eating fox (Cerdocyon thous) in a dry forest. The ranging behaviour of three crab-eating foxes in a dry forest in Santa Cruz, Bolivia was studied using radiotracking. Animals occupied an area between 110 and 280 ha estimated with Minimum Convex Polygon and has a small overlap (27 ha) between ranges. The foxes were principally active at night between 17:00 and 08:00 hours. They preferred riparian forest over chacoan and montane forest habitats, althought the former was less available than the others.