Tayassuidae


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Noun1.Tayassuidae - peccaries
mammal family - a family of mammals
Artiodactyla, order Artiodactyla - an order of hooved mammals of the subclass Eutheria (including pigs and peccaries and hippopotami and members of the suborder Ruminantia) having an even number of functional toes
genus Pecari, genus Tayassu, Tayassu - type genus of the Tayassuidae
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"True pigs, members of the family Suidae, are native to Europe, Asia and Africa, while peccaries belong to the family Tayassuidae and live in the Americas," (https://www.etsu.edu/news/2018/12-dec/nr_gfs_peccaries.aspx) ETSU explained.
Holanda, "Tayassuidae, cervidae e tapiridae da gruta do urso fassil, holoceno, parque nacional de ubajara, ceara, brasil," Revista Brasileira de Paleontologia, vol.
Leoncillo Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1803 Leopardus pardalis Linnaeus, 1758 Ocelote o tigrillo Puma concolor Linnaeus, 1771 Puma, leon de montana Mustelidae Conepatus leuconotus Lichtenstein, Zorrillo espalda 1832 blanca Mephitis macroura Lichtenstein Zorrillo listado 1832 Spilogaleputorius Linnaeus, 1758 Zorrillo manchado Bassariscus astutus Lichtenstein, Cacomixtle 1830 Procyonidae Nasua narica Linnaeus, 1766 Tejon Procyon lotor Linnaeus, 1758 Mapache Tayassuidae Dycotyles angulatus Cope, 1889 Jabali Familia Especie No.
The family Suidae (Artiodactyla, Mammalia), generally known as boars, hogs, pigs or suids, is part of the superfamily Suoidea along with Tayassuidae (peccaries) (Gongora et al., 2011).
Explotation of whitelipped peccaries Tayassu pecari (Artiodactyla: Tayassuidae) on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.
(Acari: Ixodidae), a parasite of the Chacoan peccary Catagonus wagneri (Rusconi) (Artiodactyla: Tayassuidae) in Argentina.
Several pieces from the Quartz Mountain Canal definitely represent Tayassuidae, although they cannot be unequivocally referred to either Platygonus or Mylohyus.