Xenarthra


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Noun1.Xenarthra - armadillos; American anteaters; sloths
animal order - the order of animals
Edentata, order Edentata - order of mammals having few or no teeth including: New World anteaters; sloths; armadillos
Bradypodidae, family Bradypodidae - a family of edentates comprising the true sloths
family Megalonychidae, Megalonychidae - mammal family consisting of the two-toed sloths
family Megatheriidae, Megatheriidae - extinct ground sloths
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Nowak, a mammalogist, provides a physical description and basic account of natural history for each genus of living mammal: Monotremata, Marsupialia, Afrotheria, Xenarthra, and Sundatheria.
Period: August 2012-December 2016 Order Family Species FO (%) PO(%) Mammals Carnivora Procyonidae Potos flavus 5.33 6.25 Felidae Unknown1 1.33 1.56 Cetartiodactyla Tayassuidae Tayassu pecari 20.00 23.44 Cervidae Mazama americana 8.00 9.38 Primates Atelidae Ateles geoffroyi 6.67 7.81 Rodentia Cuniculidae Cuniculus paca 6.67 7.81 Cingulata Dasypodidae Dasypus 1.33 1.56 novemcinctus Xenarthra Bradypodidae Unknown2 13.33 15.63 Didelphimorphia Didelphidae Philander opossum 1.33 1.56 Lagomorpha Leporidae Sylvilagus 2.67 3.13 brasiliensis Reptiles Squamata Iguanidae Iguana iguana 14.67 17.19 Testudines Cheloniidae Chelonia mydas (3) 1.33 1.56 Birds Unknown Unknown Unknown 4.00 4.69 1.
Viana, "The dasypodidae (mammalia, xenarthra) from the urso fossil cave (quaternary), parque nacional de ubajara, state of ceara, brazil: paleoecological and taxonomic aspects," Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias, vol.
Chaetophractus vellerosus Gray 1865 (Xenarthra, Dasypodidae) en un cementerio de tumulos de la desembocadura del rio Loa (Region de Antofagasta, Chile): evidencias de conexiones con el altiplano andino, Periodo Formativo Tardio (300 a.C-500 d.C.).
Density and niche segregation of two armadillo species (Xenarthra: Dasypodidae) in the Vale Natural Reserve, Brazil.
On the other hand, L1s did not produce banding pattern in Afrotheria, Xenarthra, and Laurasiatheria [30].