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Noun1.pichi - Peruvian shrub with small pink to lavender tubular flowers; leaves yield a tonic and diuretic
Fabiana, genus Fabiana - genus of South and Central American heathlike evergreen shrubs
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Taxon Isla Leones Islas Tova y Tovita Tr Egas Av Tr Egas Av DASYPODIDAE Chaetophractus 18 villosus Zaedyus pichiy 26 VERSPERTILIONIDAE Histiotus 1 montanus CAVIIDAE Microcavia 2 7 52 australis MURIDAE Rattus 40 288 norvegicus LEPORIDAE Oryctolagus 65 11 cuniculus FELIDAE Felis catus 2
Fertil--PP conservacion Lihuel Calel) Ischigualasto) Chaetophractus villosus (PM) 1 (hembra adulta) Zaedyus pichiy (PM) 1 (hembra adulta) Didelphis albiventris (PM) Conepatus chinga (PV) 1 (macho adulto) 1 (macho juvenil) Dolichotis patagonum (VU) 1 (hembra juvenil) Pseudalopex griseus (EP) 1 (macho adulto) Pseudalopex gymnocercus (PM) Pseudalopex culpaeus (VU) 1 (macho juvenil) Oncifelis geoffroyi (PV) Lama guanicoe (PV) 1 (macho juvenil) RN 9 Especie y status de (J.
Hematology and serum chemistry values in captive and wild pichis, Zaedyus pichiy (Mammalia, Dasypodidae).
Zaedyus pichiy (pichi) is a native armadillo that inhabits in grasslands, open pampas and arid regions of southern South America, in central and southern Argentina and Chile, to the Strait of Magellan (Texera, 1973, Gardner, 2005).
Patagonia (defined here as the portion of the subcontinent south of Colorado river) is currently inhabited by 2 species of the subfamily Euphractinae: Zaedyus pichiy (Desmarest, 1804), that reaches the northern border of the Magellan Strait, and Chaetophractus villosus (Desmarest, 1804), that is also found further south on Tierra del Fuego island (Poljak et al.
Entre los primeros se destacan, Chaetophractus villosus y Chaetophractus vellerosus (peludos); Zaedyus pichiy (piche); con influencia chaquena, Tolypeutes mataco (mataco) y Chlamyphorus truncatus (pichiciego) (Braun y Mares 1995; Roig 1972; Vizcaino et al.
RESUMEN: Se estudio la histologia de las glandulas salivales del armadillo Zaedyus pichiy (Desmarest, 1804).