Rock cavy

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(Zool.) See Moco.

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The record of Kerodon rupestris in the Parque Estadual do Rio Preto, Sao Goncalo do Rio Preto municipality (locality 7) increases the species distribution to the southeast in 330 km from Riacho da Cruz, MG (Dunnum, 2015).
Fischer) Galea spixii 34, 48 VS (Wagler) Guerlinguetus 5, 7, 9, 49, 57, R(1, 3, 4), V, VS brasiliensis 61, 64, 65, 68, (Gmelin) 75, 5, 7, 13 Hydrochoerus R(3, 4), VS hydrochaeris (Linnaeus) Hylaeamys seuanezi 64, 72 R(1), VS (Weksler, Geise and Cerqueira) Kerodon rupestris 5, 7, 13 R(3, 4), VS (Wied-Neuwied) Necromys lasiurus 5, 27, 30, 46 VS (Lund) Nectomys squamipes 5, 7, 8, 9, 24, R(1), VS (Brants) 53, 57, 64, 75 Oecomys 54, 72 VS catherinae Thomas Oligoryzomys 5, 7, 9, 12, VS nigripes 31, 33, 47 (Olfers) Oxymycterus 1, 5, 54 R(8), VS dasytrichus (Schinz) Phyllomys 17, 33 VS lamarum (Thomas) Pseudoryzomys 5 R(3) simplex (Winge) Rhipidomys 6, 12, 31 VS macrurus (Gervais) R.
The reproductive biology of the rock cavy, Kerodon rupestris, in captivity: A study of reproductive adaptation in a tropic specialist.
acrobata showed the same diploid number, fundamental number and chromosome morphology as Kerodon rupestris.
acrobata apresentou o mesmo numero diploide, numero fundamental e morfologia dos cromossomos de Kerodon rupestris.
Genus Kerodon has two species: Kerodon rupestris (Wied, 1820) and Kerodon acrobata (Moojen et al.
Na medicina veterinaria, a avaliacao dos fluidos fetais tem sido estudada nas especies bovina (1), caprina (2), ovina (3, 4) e canina (5-7), bem como em especies silvestres, Kerodon rupestris (8), na busca por informacoes sobre os componenste bioquimicos e a fisiologia da maturacao fetal.
Davies, 1977) and a variety of mammals including marten, Martes americana (Thompson and Colgan, 1990), otters, Lutra lutra (Watt, 1995), and rodents, Kerodon rupestris (Lacher et al.
Kerodon rupestris (Wied, 1820) is the most specialized species among caviid rodents and it is considered endemic to the extensive rocky outcrops that occur in the Caatinga semi-arid region in Brazil, from Piaui State to northern Minas Gerais State (Lacher, 1979, 1981; Alho, 1982; Mares and Ojeda, 1982; Oliveira et al.
Rates of growth in Kerodon rupestris and an assessment of its potential as a domesticated food source.
The comparative social behavior of Kerodon rupestris and Galea spixii and the evolution of behavior in the Caviidae.