Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris


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Noun1.Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris - pig-sized tailless South American amphibious rodent with partly webbed feetHydrochoerus hydrochaeris - pig-sized tailless South American amphibious rodent with partly webbed feet; largest living rodent
gnawer, rodent - relatively small placental mammals having a single pair of constantly growing incisor teeth specialized for gnawing
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Capybaras, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris (Linnaeus, 1758), large (50 kg), grazing rodents, are common in the savannahs and wetlands of tropical and subtropical South America (Ojasti, 1973), where they live in stable social groups composed of both males and females, with an average of 3-4 male and 6-7 female adults per group (Herrera & Macdonald, 1987; Herrera, Salas, Congdon, Corriale, & Tang-Martinez, 2011).
Distribucion de una poblacion introducida de chiguiro Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris en el departamento del Quindio.
The most traded species reported in all regions are Cuniculus paca (Spotted Paca), Dasyprocta punctate (Picure), Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris (Capybara), Pecari tajacu (Collared Peccary), Dasypus novemcinctus (Nine-banded Armadillo), Cabassous centralis (Northern Naked-tailed Armadillo) and Dasypus kappleri (Greater Long-Nosed Armadillo).
Valadas S, Gennari SM, Yai LE, Rosypal AC, Lindsay DS (2010) Prevalence of antibodies to Trypanosoma cruzi, Leishmania infantum, Encephalitozoon cuniculi, Sarcocystis neurona and Neospora caninum in Capybara, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris, from Sao Paulo State, Brazil.
Geoffroy, 2 1806) Lagothrix lagotricha VU 2 (Humboldt, 1812) Callithrix (cebuella) LC 2 pygmaea * (Spix, 1823) Cebus albifrons versicolor EN 2 (Pucheran, 1845) Cebus apella (Linnaeus, 1758) LC 2 Cebus capucinus (Linnaeus, LC 2 1758) Saimiri sciureus (Linnaeus, LC 2 1758) Leontopithecus rosalia EN 1 (Linnaeus, 1766) Saguinus leucopus * (Gunther, EN (VU) 1 1877) Saguinus oedipus * (Linnaeus, CR (EN) 1 1758) Callicebus (torquatus) VU 2 medemi * (Hershkovitz, 1963) Coendou prehensilis LC (Linnaeus, 1758) Cuniculus paca (Linnaeus, LC 3 1766) Dasyprocta punctata (Gray, LC 3 1842) Dinomys branickii (Peters, VU (VU) 1873) Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris LC (Linnaeus, 1766) Sciurus (guerlinguetus) LC granatensis (Humboldt, 1811) Sciurus sp.
FP Sub-family hydrochaerinae Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris (Linnaeus, 1766) FP Ctenomyidae Ctenomys torquatus Lichtenstein, 1830 SH Myocastoridae Myocastor coypus (Molina, 1782) CT, V
4) Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris, also known as capibara, chiguire, ronsoco, chiguiro, carpincho and capivara, is the largest living rodent in the world.
Experimental infection of capybaras Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris by Rickettsia rickettsii and evaluation of the transmission of the infection to ticks Amblyomma cajennense.
Caviidae 50 Galea musteloides Meyen, 1832 51 Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris (Linnaeus, 1766) Dasyproctidae 52 Dasyprocta variegata Tschudi, 1845 53 Myoprocta pratti Pocock, 1913 Cuniculidae 54 Cuniculus paca (Linnaeus, 1766) Echimyidae 55 Dactylomys boliviensis Anthony, 1920 56 Dactylomys dactylinus (Desmarest, 1817) 57 Isothrix bistriata Wagner, 1845 58 Mesomys hispidus (Desmarest, 1817) 59 Proechimys brevicauda (Gunther, 1877) 60 Proechimys simonsi Thomas, 1900 Lagomorpha Leporidae 61 Sylvilagus brasiliensis (Linnaeus, 1758) Chiroptera Emballonuridae 62 Rhynchonycteris naso (Wied-Neuwied, 1820) 63 Saccopteryx bilineata (Temminck, 1838) Phyllostomidae 64 Desmodus rotundus (E.
Historicamente, el Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris ha constituido una gran fuente de proteina para los paises tropicales.
Atapoja Vespa Especie nao identificada Autu Queixada Tayassu pecari pecari Awaulu Raposa Dusicyom velutus Eyusi Ra Pipa pipa Ewejo Ariranha Pteronura brasiliensis Ikixuno Abelha Apis mellifera Ixeho Capivara Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris Iyumu Mutum Crax fasciolata Kakaya Gaivota Larus maculipennis Kajujuto Arara Anodorhynchus sp.
Prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in a natural population of capybaras Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris in Esteros del Ibera (Argentina).