aperea


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Noun1.Aperea - South American cavyaperea - South American cavy; possibly ancestral to the domestic guinea pig
cavy - short-tailed rough-haired South American rodent
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porcellus presentaron un patron cuticular pavimentado ondeado transversal, el cual aparentemente tambien se presenta en Cavia aperea (Cavia et al.
The behavioral endocrinology of domestication: a comparison between the domestic guinea pig (Cavia aperea f.
We also captured 6 other species: Oxymycterus rufus red hocicudos (n = 223), Scapteromys aquaticus swamp rats (n = 129), Deltamys kempi Kemp grass mice (n = 27), Calomys laucha small vesper mice (n = 7), Cavia aperea Brazilian guinea pigs (n = 3), and Holochilus sp.
Para Cavia aperea (Erxlebel, 1777), Deltamys kempi (Thomas, 1917), Holochilus vulpinus (Brants, 1827), Oligoryzomys flavescens (Waterhouse, 1837), Oxymycterus nasutus (Waterhouse, 1837) e Scapteromys tumidus (Waterhouse, 1837) foram utilizadas amostras de tres individuos cada.
The same situation may be occurring among herds in Sergipe because the positivity to this serogroup is associated with the presence of Rattus norvegicus and other rodent species from which this serogroup was isolated, including the black rat (Rattus ratus) and the Brazilian guinea pig (Cavia aperea azarae) (VIRGINIE et al., 2002; OLIVEIRA et al., 2013), indicating that the high transmission of Leptospira spp.
Ambos ambientes se caracterizan por poseer especies pampeanas tipicas, tales como Cavia aperea y Chaetophractus villosus; pero tambien especies caracteristicas que se encuentran adaptadas a la vida acuatica.
The most abundant species were Cavia aperea (10.4%), Conepatus chinga (9.5%), Didelphis albiventris (6.3%), Nothura maculosa (5.7%) and Salvator merianae (5.1%).
Other species of rodents as Galea musteloides, Cavia aperea (Touma et al., 2001) and Galea spixii (Santos et al., 2014b; 2015) also have this feature; however the studies do not describe the embryonic development of species.
Se capturaron en trampas seis mamiferos no voladores de cuatro ordenes: Didelphis pernigra (orden Didelphimorphia, familia Didelphidae), Cryptotis thomasi (orden Soricomorpha, familia Soricidae), Mustela frenata (orden Carnivora, familia Mustelidae), Cavia aperea (orden Rodentia, familia Caviidae).
En base a estudios realizados en las sierras pampeanas (Quintana et al., 2002; Quintana, 2005) se ha propuesto que ciertas huellas presentes en mandibulas y huesos de los miembros anteriores y posteriores de los cavidos Cavia aperea y Galea tixiensis se deberian al tipo de procesamiento para su consumo.