Didelphidae


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Related to Didelphidae: opossum, American opossum, Didelphimorphia, Possums
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Noun1.Didelphidae - opossums
mammal family - a family of mammals
Marsupialia, order Marsupialia - coextensive with the subclass Metatheria
possum, opossum - nocturnal arboreal marsupial having a naked prehensile tail found from southern North America to northern South America
Didelphis, genus Didelphis - type genus of the family Didelphidae
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New species of Monodelphis (Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae) from Peru, with notes on M.
During 26,458 Sherman and 1,322 Tomahawk trap-nights, 2,299 small mammals belonging to two orders (Rodentia and Didelphimorphia) and three families (Muridae, Caviidae, and Didelphidae) were captured.
New records of Glironia venusta Thomas, 1912 (Mammalia, Didelphidae) from southeastern Ecuador
Nombre cientifico Nombre comun Signos RR DIDELPHIM ORPHIA Didelphidae Didelphis pernigra Chucha -- Caluromys sp.
Species accumulation curves for taxa inventoried with traps (Didelphimorphia: family Didelphidae and Rodentia: families Sciuridae, Heteromyidae, Cricetidae and Echimyidae) and mist nets (Chiroptera) at different locations did not reach saturation (Fig.
Taxonomy and distribution of the Brazilian species of Thylamys (Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae).
Further description of Aspidodera raillieti (Nematoda: Aspidoderidae) from Didelphis marsupialis (Mammalia: Didelphidae) by light and scanning electron microscopy Parasitology Research 101: 1331-1336.
The diversification of the genus Monodelphis and the chronology of Didelphidae (Didelphimorphia).
In the area we also observed the red-tailed squirrel Sciurus granatensis (Sciuridae, Rodentia), and a peasant captured a bare-tailed woolly mouse opossum Micoureus regina (Didelphidae, Didelphimorphia).
visitis of Caluromys lanatus (Didelphidae) to flowers of Pseudobombax tometosum (Bombacaceae): A probable case of pollination by marsupials in Central Brazil.
First record of Gracilinanus agilis (Burmeister, 1854) (Mammalia: Didelphidae) for Loreto, Peru