Choloepus hoffmanni


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Noun1.Choloepus hoffmanni - a sloth of Central America that has two long claws on each forefoot and three long claws on each hindfootCholoepus hoffmanni - a sloth of Central America that has two long claws on each forefoot and three long claws on each hindfoot
tree sloth, sloth - any of several slow-moving arboreal mammals of South America and Central America; they hang from branches back downward and feed on leaves and fruits
Choloepus, genus Choloepus - a genus of Megalonychidae consisting of the two-toed sloth
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Demographic information on Bradypus variegatus, Choloepus hoffmanni, and Cyclopes didactylus (Xenarthra: Pilosa) in a secondary wet tropical forest of Santander, Colombia.
Recientemente, se ha reportado el uso de ketamina-dexmedetomidinamidazolam (KDMid) en Choloepus hoffmanni, con la inclusion de atipamezol (Rojas, 2011); sin embargo, dexmedetomidina ha dejado de ser ofrecida en el pais (Coronel F, Lima, comunicacion personal).
Chucha -- CINGULATA Dasypodidae Dasypus novemcinctus Armadillo 1 PILOSA Megalonychidae Choloepus hoffmanni Perezoso -- Myrmecophagidae Tamandua mexicana Hormiguero -- CARNIVORA Canidae Canidae sp.
VU (VU) 1 Cuvier, 1825) Dasypus novemcinctus LC (Linnaeus, 1758) Didelphis marsupialis LC (Linnaeus, 1758) Choloepus hoffmanni (Peters, LC 3 1858) Myrmecophaga tridactyla VU 2 (Linnaeus, 1758) Tamandua mexicana (Saussure, LC 3 1860) Aotus lemurinus (I.
Moreover, we have reported earlier that the deer Mazama rufina and the sloth Choloepus hoffmanni have been found in both Andean forests and reforestations of the Reserve above 2500 m of altitude (Sanchez & Alvear 2003).
Abundancia y preferencia de habitat de Bradypus variegatus y Choloepus hoffmanni, durante la epoca seca en Arboletes, Antioquia: Trabajo de Grado.
Sex ratios of Hoffmann's sloth, Choloepus hoffmanni Peters and three-toed sloth, Bradypus infuscatus Wagler, in Panama.