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Revalidation of Promops davisoni Thomas (Molossidae)
This paper focuses on the study of inter- and intraspecific variation within the genus Promops in order to evaluate the taxonomic status of some taxa, particularly P. davisoni Thomas, 1921. WeExpand
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Species richness and areas of endemism of oryzomyine rodents (Cricetidae, Sigmodontinae) in South America: an NDM/VNDM approach
Aim To infer areas of endemism for the tribe Oryzomyini in South America by employing a database of species richness and geographical distribution, and to compare these results with areas of endemismExpand
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How many species of mammals are there in Brazil? New records of rare rodents (Rodentia: Cricetidae: Sigmodontinae) from Amazonia raise the current known diversity
Background Since 1996, when Vivo questioned how many species of mammals occur in Brazil, there has been a huge effort to assess this biodiversity. In this contribution, we present new records forExpand
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Taxonomic review of genus Sooretamys Weksler, Percequillo & Voss (Rodentia: Cricetidae: Sigmodontinae): an integrative approach
Sooretamys is a monotypic genus of the family Cricetidae, subfamily Sigmodontinae, that is distributed throughout eastern South America in the Atlantic Forest Biome, including Argentina, Brazil, andExpand
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The taxonomic status of Nectomys saturatus Thomas, 1897 (Cricetidae: Sigmodontinae).
Nectomys (Sigmodontinae, Oryzomyini) is currently composed by five species: Nectomys apicalis, N. magdalenae, N. palmipes, N. rattus, and N. squamipes. These rodents have strong morphologicExpand
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Artículo FEEDING ECOLOGY OF Marmosa demerarae ( THOMAS , 1905 ) AND Marmosops bishopi ( PINE , 1981 ) ( MAMMALIA , DIDELPHIDAE ) IN FOREST FRAGMENTS OF THE SOUTHERN AMAZON
We assessed the relative diet composition and level of trophic niche overlap of two sympatric didelphids, Marmosa demerarae and Marmosops bishopi, through the evaluation of food items consumed inExpand