aperea


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South American cavy

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Entre los primeros se encuentran Blastocerus dichotomus, Ozotoceros bezoarticus y Mazama gouazoubira, y entre los segundos pueden ubicarse Myocastor coypus, Cavia aperea, dasipodidos y peces (Sartori y Colasurdo 2011).
Different types of oestrous cycle in two closely related South American rodents (Cavia aperea and Galea musteloides) with different social and mating systems.
Ten road killed animals were also analyzed (Ring-Tailed Coati Nasua nasua n = 02; skunk Didelphis albiventris n = 1; hedgehog Sphigurrus spinosus n = 01; hand-skinned Procyon cancrivoros n =01; restless cavy Cavia aperea n = 1; ferrets Gallictis vittata n = 2, and dog-pity-bush Cerdocyon thous n = 2), being a total of 19 samples collected.
Towards urderstanding guinea pig life history: Factors influencing reproduction and maturation in the female wild guinea pig, Cavia aperea.
17) Aperea es un hispanismo de la palabra en ingles uppercut, como nos explica Soler, en su articulo.
0 0 0 0 Mus domesticus 0 0 0 0 Galea musteloides 0 0 0 0 Cavia aperea 1 3 4 11 Graomys griseoflaveus 0 0 0 0 Necromys benefactus 3 9 12 2 Reithrodon auritus 0 0 0 0 Rattus sp.
Capturamos 34 mamiferos de cuatro especies pertenecientes al mismo numero de familias:Didelphis pernigra (familia Didelphidae); Cavia aperea (familia Caviidae); Oligoryzmys sp.
Guinea pigs are phylogenetically related to a rodent species (Cavia aperea or "preas "), very abundant in many Brazilian rural areas, including the region of the outbreak.
aperea presenta el pelaje ventral mas claro y el collar debil o nada prolongado hasta el menton.
Comportamento de alguns cavideos (Cavia Aperea e Hydrochoerus capybara) as inoculacoes experimentais do virus da Febre Maculosa.
musculus, as well as Cavia aperea (Caviidae), were captured in all three areas.
Describo do sincranio de Cavia aperea (Rodentia, Caviidae) e comparado com as demais especies do genero no Brasil.
Furthermore, Cavia aperea has been considered to be an additional biological and nutritional resource in the diet of the prehispanic societies that lived in the wetland of the lower Parana basin during the late Holocene (Acosta and Loponte, 2013).