Gervais states that the Didelphis
crancrivora is found there.
Experimental infection of opossums Didelphis
aurita by Rickettsia rickettsii and evaluation of the transmission of the infection to ticks Amblyomma cajennense.
Key words: Didelphis
virginiana, Procyon lotor, Mephitis mephitis, Dermacentor variabilis, Didelphilichus serrifer, Pulex simulans, Euhoplopsyllus glacialis affins, Neotrichodectes mephiditis, ectoparasites, Nebraska
Inhibition of the hemorrhagic and proteolytic activities of Lansberg's hognose pit viper (Porthidium lansbergii hutmanni) venom by opossum (Didelphis
marsupialis) serum: isolation of Didelphis
She had been diagnosed with uterus didelphis
and a single kidney.
Results reflected the presence of 1 species of opossum (Virginia Opossum, Didelphis
virginiana), 1 species of shrew (Northern Short-tailed Shrew, Blarina brevicauda), 1 species of mole (Eastern Mole, Scalopus aquaticus), and 6 species of bats (Gray Myotis, Myotis grisescens; Northern Myotis, Myotis septentrionalis; Tri-colored Bat, Perimyotis subflavus; Big Brown Bat, Eptesicus fuscus; Eastern Red Bat, Lasiurus borealis; and Evening Bat, Nycticeius humeralis).
Origins of Chagas disease: Didelphis
species are natural hosts of Trypanosoma cruzi I and armadillos hosts of Trypanosoma cruzi II, including hybrids.
Some of these names may be unfamiliar: SIRENIAN (a member of the mammalian order Sirenia--sea cows); SPRINGER (a flying fish); WANDEROO (a langur monkey); STAGGARD (a stag in its 4th year); COMMENSAL (an animal which lives attached to another and shares its food); WARRIGAL (Australian wild dog); KOLINSKI (a mink); HARTEBEEST(an antelope); DIDELPHIS
(an opossum); BUSH BABY (an African lemur); FILANDER (an intestinal worm; also a Kangaroo); MASTODON (an extinct elephant-like mammal); POPINJAY (a parrot); PETREL (a small sea bird); CURASSOW (a turkey-like bird); STANYEL (a kestrel).
gt; 5/yr, on average) were opossums Didelphis
virginiana, which showed no difference between nesting months and non-nesting months ([F.
grouper (marine) Lutjanidae snapper (marine) Siluriformes catfish (freshwater) Reptilia reptiles Chelonia turtles (freshwater) Iguanidae iguanas Aves birds Meleagridae turkeys Crax rubra great currasow Mammalia mammals Didelphis
marsupialis common opossum Dasypus novemcinctus nine-banded armadillo Sylvilagus sp.
Key words: Procyon lotor, Didelphis
virginiana, Mephitis mephitis, Arthrocephalus lotoris, Baylisascaris procyonis, Capillaria plica, Mesocestoides, Oochoristica, Physaloptera maxillaris, Physaloptera turgida, Plagiorchis elegans, Plagiorhynchus cylindraceus, helminth parasites, Nebraska
Miller, he wrote his dissertation on the "Studies on the Morphology, Taxonomy, and Life History of Cruzia americana Maplestone, 1930, a Parasitic Nematode of Didelphis
marsupialis virginiana" which was published in part (J.