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Haemaphysalis juxtakochi es una especie que parasita una amplia gama de hospederos y los adultos se han reportado parasitando mamiferos medianos y grandes pertenecientes a las familias Cervidae, Bovidae, Camelidae, Equidae, Tapiridae, Tayasuidae, ademas de Canidae, Felidae, Leporidae and Dasypodidae (13).
Taxonomicamente, la familia Felidae se compone de tres subfamilias: Acinonychinae, Felinae y Pantherinae, divididas en 14 generos y 38 especies.
Members of the family Felidae are the only definitive hosts of this parasite and, thus, important in the epidemiology of the disease.
true (The scientific name for the cat family is Felidae.
Some parts of the world were without felidae until people imported domestic cats along trade routes.
Pearl's pupil shape is unique to the family Felidae and is meant to maximize vision in low light.
Hasta el momento, los criterios de clasificacion de la familia Felidae se han basado generalmente en reportes fosiles, estabilidad cariologica, diversidad morfologica, comparacion de secuencias de ADN, y el "Reloj molecular", el cual permite estimar el momento en que divergieron unas especies de otras segun la magnitud de las diferencias genicas (COLLIER & O'BRIEN, 1985; O'BRIEN & JOHNSON, 2007).
CONSERVATION OBJECTIVES OF PROTECTED AREA'S EVALUATION FROM THE ANALYSIS OF HOME RANGE AND MINIMUM VIABLE POPULATIONS OF FELIDAE AND CANIDAE SPECIES.
Leopards (Panthera pardus), also known as panthers, belong to the order Carnivora, family Felidae and sub-family Pantherinae
Phylogenetic reconstruction of the Felidae using 16S rRNA and NADH-5 mitochondrial genes.
DAS DUELL, the fourth novel in Akif Pirincci's Felidae series, begins with a seemingly self-assured narrative voice: "ich selbst fuhlte mich gefeit gegen derlei charakterliche Abnutzungserscheinungen ('Selbstuberschatzung' and 'Geringschatzung der Jugend').
Girsonfield has five resident stallions: River Falls, Takhlid, Endoli, Respect and newcomer Felidae by Stormcat - all with excellent pedigrees.
Its ebony Felidae pupils are fixed on me, its unblinking eyes showing no trace of fear.
Yamaneko, Japanese for ''mountain cat,'' is the common name for the small- and medium-sized wildcats of the family Felidae.