2 edition of rodents of the genus Plagiodontia found in the catalog.
rodents of the genus Plagiodontia
Gerrit S. Miller
Written in English
|LC Classifications||Q11 .U5 vol. 72|
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|LC Control Number||29000343|
Full text of "Descriptions of a new genus and eight new species and subspecies of African mammals" See other formats. This family extends back to the Miocene, with the genus Myagaulidae being an extinct member. The family can be found in the Nearctic Region, from central California to southern British Columbia. They are found from sea level to the tree line in high mountain peaks within the deciduous and coniferous forest, primarily in moist habitats.
Recently extinct mammals are any mammal that went extinct since the year C. E., as defined by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Since the year , roughly 80 mammal species have become extinct. Extinction of taxa is difficult to detect as long gaps without a sighting is not definitive, but before a threshold of 50 years without a sighting was used to. To investigate the genetic diversity between the populations of woolly flying squirrels (Eupetaurus) from the eastern and western extremes of the Himalayas, partial mitochondrial cytochrome b gene sequences (– bp) that were determined from the museum specimens were analyzed using maximum parsimony (MP) and maximum likelihood (ML) methods.. The molecular data reveal that the two Cited by:
Mammal Species of the World: Information on Procyonidae. Author: Gray, Citation: Ann. Philos., n.s., Comments: Revised by Hollister (a), Pocock. Terrestrial Mammals of the West Indies is not a typical “Mammals of ” book. It is an edited volume with contributions covering a wide variety of topics pertaining to Antillean mammals, including, but not limited to, systematics, biogeography, paleontology, zooarchaeology, genetics, anatomy, functional morphology, ecology and natural history, parasitology, conservation, and studies of Author: Gary S. Morgan.
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Rodents are animals that gnaw with two continuously growing percent of mammal species are rodents, and they inhabit every continent except Antarctica.
This list contains 2, species in genera in the order Rodentia. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes.
While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in Biological classification: Genus.
Identifing priority ecoregions for rodent conservation at the genus level and has contributed a book chapter to information concerning the conservation status of rodents at the genus. books based on 66 votes: Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH by Robert C.
O'Brien, Charlotte's Web by E.B. White, The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Gra. Rodents of the genus Plagiodontia book of the caviomorph rodents: a complete phylogeny and timetree of living genera Chapter (PDF Available) October with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Full text of "The families and genera of living rodents" See other formats. Genus: Plagiodontia Species: P. aedium - †P. araeum - †P. ipnaeum - †P. spelaeum. Name. Plagiodontia F. Cuvier, References. Plagiodontia in Mammal Species of the World.
Wilson, Don E. & Reeder, DeeAnn M. (Editors) Mammal Species of the World – A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference. Third edition. ISBN A new capromyid rodent from Haiti: The origin, evolution, and extinction of West Indian rodents and their bearing on the origin of the New World hystricognaths.
58–89 in Black, C.C. & Dawson, M.R. (eds.). Papers on fossil rodents: in honor of Albert Elmer Wood. Science Series No. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County: Los Angeles. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
The Rodents of the genus Plagiodontia. Vol Page 1 If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and author. Mammal Species of the World (v3, ) link: Plagiodontia F. Cuvier, ITIS link: Plagiodontia F.
Cuvier, (mirror) IUCN link: Plagiodontia threatened species. Mammal Species of the World (v3, ) link: Plagiodontia aedium F.
Cuvier, ITIS link: Plagiodontia aedium F. Cuvier, (mirror) IUCN: Plagiodontia aedium F. Cuvier, (old web site) (Endangered). Plagiodontia aedium é uma espécie de roedor da família ser encontrada na ilha de Hispaniola (Haiti e República Dominicana).Está ameaçada de extinção sendo classificada como "em perigo" pela IUCN.A destruição do habitat é a principal ameaça à sobrevivência da : Mammalia.
A New Genus of Oryzomyine Rodent (Cricetidae: Sigmodontinae) from the Pleistocene of Argentina Ulyses F. Pardiñas Unidad de Investigatión Diversidad, Sistemática y Evolutión, Centro National Patagónico, CCPuerto Madryn, Chubut, ArgentinaCited by: genus Plagiodontia species Plagiodontia aedium Name Homonyms Plagiodontia aediumCommon names Hispaniolan Hutia in English Hispaniolan Hutia in Haitian Creole Hispaniolan Hutia in English Hispaniolan Hutia in English Juti[']a in Haitian Creole Zagouti in Haitian.
A new genus for the Andean mice Akodon latebricola and A. bogotensis (Rodentia: Sigmodontinae) Diego F. Alvarado-Serrano Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Museum of Zoology, Geddes Ave., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MIUSACited by: Hispaniolan hutia Order: Rodentia Suborder: Hystricognathi Family: Capromyidae Subfamily: Plagiodontinae Species: Plagiodontia aedium The Cuvier's hutia, hispaniolan hutia is listed as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the.
the Ansomyinae derived from a group of aplodontids related to Prosciurus, as did other advanced aplodontid rodents. This provides new light on the paleobiogeography of the Ansomyinae.
Citation: Bi S, Meng J, McLean S, Wu W, Ni X, et al. () A New Genus of Aplodontid Rodent (Mammalia, Rodentia) from the Late Oligocene of Northern.
The genus Dasyprocta, containing those Rodents known as Agoutis, is divisible into several species, apparently about twelve, all of which are, like the Pacas, confined to the Neotropical region. They have, however, a much wider range within that region, and occur as far north as in Central America and in some of the West Indian Islands.
Background Sincewhen Vivo questioned how many species of mammals occur in Brazil, there has been a huge effort to assess this biodiversity. In this contribution, we present new records for rare species of the sigmodontine rodent genera Rhagomys and Neusticomys previously unknown to Brazilian Amazon.
We provided detailed information on the morphologic variation to allow Cited by: 2. Hispaniola is a geotectonically complex island consisting of two palaeo‐islands that docked c. 10 Ma, with a further geological boundary subdividing the southern palaeo‐island into eastern and western three regions have been isolated by marine barriers during the late Cenozoic and possess biogeographically distinct terrestrial biotas.
Other articles where Short-tailed pouched rat is discussed: African pouched rat: Natural history: The short-tailed pouched rats (genus Saccostomus) are small and thickset, weighing about 75 grams ( ounces) and having bodies up to 18 cm long and much shorter tails.
Both species (S. campestris and S. mearnsi) are soft-furred, nocturnal, and slow-moving.A. Reis Percequillo et al.: The genus Rhagomys in South America Article in press - uncorrected proof Table 1 Individual molars and molar series measurements of genus Rhagomys.
Rhagomys sp. R. longilingua R. rufescens MZUSP MUSMMZUSPMNMNBMNHFMNHABFURBFURBFURB In the book, there are some superb photographs of the nature of the Dominican Republic. In the following list, pages in that book with photos of particular species are noted with a (photo: xx).
Not included in the following list, there are a number of photographs of plants.