Tapajós

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Ta·pa·jós

also Ta·pa·joz  (tăp′ə-zhôs′, tä′pä-)
A river, about 975 km (610 mi) long, of northern Brazil flowing northeast to the Amazon River.

Tapajós

(Portuguese tapaˈʒɔs)
n
(Placename) a river in N Brazil, rising in N central Mato Grosso and flowing northeast to the Amazon. Length: about 800 km (500 miles)

Ta•pa•jós

(ˌtɑ pəˈʒɔs, ˌtæp ə-)

n.
a river flowing NE through central Brazil to the Amazon. 500 mi. (800 km) long.
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2009; Tapajoz, Soneira, Aulicino, Martese, Iturry, & Allegri, 2013; Tchanturia et al.
La especie Ctenucha tapajoza fue descrita de dos ejemplares machos capturados por el celebre colector aleman Anton Heinrich Fassl (1876-1922) del Rio Tapajoz, Brasil.
BRAZIL: Amazonas; Fazenda Esteio (USNM 555639); Para; Boim, Rio Tapajoz (BMNH 1914.