chinchilla rat

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Synonyms for chinchilla rat

ratlike rodent with soft fur and large ears of the Andes

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(2005) quienes indicaron que las variables cuantitativas presentaron variacion intraespecifica, por lo que no es recomendable usarlo como caracter principal de identificacion; no obstante, a nivel de familias los datos numericos obtenidos pueden ayudar a diferenciar entre las familias Cricetidae, Caviidae, Abrocomidae, Chinchillidae y Muridae.
Molina, 1782) Caviidae Cavia porcellus (Linnaeus, 1758) Cavia tschudii Fitzinger, 1857 Abrocomidae Abrocoma cinerea Thomas, 1919 Mamiferos introducidos Rodentia Muridae Rattus rattus (Linnaeus, 1758) Rattus norvegicus (Berkenhout, 1769) Mus musculus Linnaeus, 1758 Tabla 2.
Bolivia cuenta con aproximadamente 20 especies de mamiferos endemicos, 18 de los cuales son roedores (Tarifa y Aguirre, 2009) y entre ellos se encuentra Abrocoma boliviensis (Rodentia: Hystricognathi: Abrocomidae).
Especimenes de la familia Abrocomidae son relativamente raros en colecciones de historia natural.
Unusual morphological and behavioral traits in Abrocoma (Rodentia: Abrocomidae) from Argentina.
Systematics of the Abrocoma cinerea species complex (Rodentia: Abrocomidae), with a description of a new species of Abrocoma Oklahoma.
A New genus and species of Abrocomid Rodent from Peru (Rodentia: Abrocomidae).
A New Species of Abrocoma (Rodentia) and Relationships of the Abrocomidae. Novitates American Museum of Natural History 2991:1-32.
The South American endemic genus Abrocoma (family Abrocomidae) is distributed from Peru, Bolivia and north of Chile to Mendoza Province in central-west Argentina (Braun and Mares, 2002; Musser and Carleton, 2005).
We suggest that among the Abrocomidae there are those species that can be considered arboreally-adapted, C.
A new species of Abrocoma (Rodentia) and relationships of the Abrocomidae. American Museum Novitates 2991:1-32.
Its heavy build, blockish head and fleshy nose suggested affinities with the caviomorphs, probably either the Abrocomidae (chinchilla rats) or the Echimyidae (spiny rats).