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molossus

(mɒˈlɒsəs)
n
1. (Poetry) prosody a type of foot in metre that contains three long syllables
2. (Animals) a type of large dog in ancient Greece and Rome that is reputed to have come from Molossia
3. (Historical Terms) a type of large dog in ancient Greece and Rome that is reputed to have come from Molossia
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y Molossus molossus consumen artropodos de los ordenes Lepidoptera, Diptera y Coleoptera (Willig et al.
(2015) Predation of bat (Molossus molossus: Molossidae) by the centipede Scolopendra viridicornis (Scolopendridae) in southern Amazonia.
albiventris (0.55 N/ mm GSL; Aguirre et al., 2003) and Molossus rufus (0.41 N/mm GSL; Aguirre et al.
granatensis; Artiodactyla: Odocoileus virginianus; Chiroptera: Artibeus lituratus, Carollia perspicillata, Desmodus rotundus, Molossus molossus, Phyllostomus hastatus, Ph.
But resting at the description of the drink--flaming red as we have heard--this double molossus (OOO OOO) produces a broken mood and connects with another ambiguous passage, the tart smell of l.
As buscas no sotao da ESEC Aiuaba resultaram na identificacao de uma colonia de Molossus molossus (cerca de 30 individuos), Myotis lavali e Noctilio albiventris (cinco individuos foram visualizados).
dispar fue encontrado, asociado con murcielagos (Molossus molossus y Myotis sp.), en la grieta de la ventana de un granero usado para criar pollos, cercano a dos viviendas de la localidad rural de Chinguilamaca (1.358 msnm), provincia de Loja.
The ancient breed Molossus is thought to be the original livestock guardian dog breed.
RABV in Colombia have been grouped into three variants, Colombian genetic variant I viruses (isolated in Arauca and the Central Region of the country), Colombian genetic variant II viruses (isolated in the Caribbean Region) and the third group that consists of viruses isolated from two insectivorous bats (Eptesicus brasiliensis and Molossus molossus), three domestic dogs and a human.
Forman (1974) noted that the gut-associated lymphoid tissue in general is not common in bats and added that the fruit eaters, nectar feeders, omnivores, and tropical insect eaters of the genus Molossus have better developed gut-associated lymphoid tissue in intestine.
439/1810): dieciocho (18) taxones reportados (Bassaricyon gabbii, Cebus/Sapajus macrocephalus, Coendou bicolor, Didelphis albiventris, Eptesicus diminutus, Eumops bonariensis, Odocoileus virginianus, Mazama americana, Mazama nemorivaga, Molossus cf.
Enhancement of polysaccharides production in Ganoderma lucidum by the addition of ethyl acetate extracts from Eupolyphaga sinensis and Catharsius molossus. Appl.