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Plate XVII: "The Tiger-Cat, of which there are three or more less well-marked races, is another variable American species distinguished form the last (the Ocelot) by the shorter and frequently solid spots, which are not aggregated into oblique chains. The variety known as the Chati (F. mitis), which is the one represented in our illustration, is a somewhat larger animal, with soft, bright fulvous fur. Distribution.- America; from Mexico southwards on the east side of the Andes as far as Paraguay and the wooded interior districts of Argentina. Perhaps Trinidad."