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Mammalia, Rodentia, Cricetidae, Notiomys edwardsii (Thomas, 1890): distribution extension and geographic distribution map.
Simon, "Rabbits were classified in the order Rodentia (rodents) until the 1920's when they were reclassified in the order Lagomorpha.
En Venezuela, los pequenos mamiferos no voladores pertenecientes a los ordenes Didelphimorphia, Paucituberculata, Soricomorpha y Rodentia (familias Sciuridae, Heteromyidae, Cricetidae, Caviidae y Echimyidae) constituyen el 31% de la fauna de mamiferos documentada para el pais, con 19 especies endemicas (Sanchez-Hernandez y Lew, 2012), a las cuales hay que adicionar Cryptotis aroensis y C.
2000): Ctenomys paraguayensis, una nueva especie de roedor excavador procedente del Paraguay Oriental (Mammalia, Rodentia, Ctenomyidae).
This makes the identification of rodents easier; squirrels, rats, mice, chipmunks, porcupines, and beavers are all of the order Rodentia, so they are unquestionably rodents.
These include pseudoscorpions, which often occupy the nests of small mammals, especially of the order Rodentia, including various rats and mice in North and Central America (Rattus norvegicus, Microtus spp.
Para este trabajo, se estudiaron garrapatas depositadas en la Coleccion de Anexos (ACML) de la Coleccion Mamiferos Lillo (CML), Facultad de Ciencias Naturales e Instituto Miguel Lillo, Universidad Nacional de Tucuman, Argentina; recolectadas sobre mamiferos silvestres de los ordenes Carnivora (Canidae y Felidae), Rodentia (Cricetidae: Sigmodontinae) y Didelphimorphia (Didelphidae) en las provincias de Catamarca, Salta, Santiago del Estero y Tucuman.
Trematoda (Dicrocoeliidae), parasites of Rodentia, Cauca Valley, Colombia.
Plabras clave: Mamiferos fosiles, Rodentia, Muridae, biogeografia, paleoecologia.
New and noteworthy records of Rodentia (Erethizontidae, Sciuridae, and Cricetidae) from Paraguay.
1988: Geographic variation of Turkish Spalax species (Spalacidae, Rodentia, Mammalia).
Contract notice: Uk sbs re130141 supply of small laboratory animals of the rodentia order.
This finding does not indicate a role of native Rodentia and Afrosoricida mammals in the epidemiology of RVFV in Madagascar, nor does it indicate evidence of infection of Rattus spp.