hamadryas baboon

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ham•a•dry′as baboon′

(ˌhæm əˈdraɪ əs)
n.
a N African and Arabian grayish baboon, Comopithecus (Papio) hamadryas: the male has a long dark mane.
Also called sacred baboon.
[1930–35; < New Latin hamadryas the specific epithet (see hamadryad)]
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2009), y en papiones como Papio anubis (CHAMPNEYS, 1871) y Papio hamadryas (ACKERMANN, 2003).
The species that did occur, Papio hamadryas, is known to this day as the Sacred Baboon precisely because it was worshipped as the god Thoth (just as the Sacred Ibis).
In addition to that, Papio hamadryas has been considered as a maintenance host of Schistosoma mansoni in Saudi Arabia (Zahed et al.
Como un ejemplo, Hans Kummer (1982: 118) describe como una hembra de la especie Papio hamadryas consiguio acercase subrepticiamente a un macho mas joven al que acicalo sin activar una respuesta agresiva del macho dominante de su grupo: acercandose al subordinado hasta acicalarlo detras de una roca que la escondia parcialmente a ella, pero totalmente a el, parecio que la hembra habia logrado conducirse de manera anticipada para impedir que el macho dominante adquiriera exactamente la informacion particular (i.
A dominant male hamadryas baboon Papio hamadryas accumulates a small group of females that never stray far from him without promptly eliciting threat or attack.
Alpha-defensins from blood leukocytes of the monkey Papio hamadryas.
Divergent simian T-cell lymphotropic virus type 3 (STLV-3) in wild-caught Papio hamadryas papio from Senegal: widespread distribution of STLV-3 in Africa.