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The species of Tamandua Gray (Edentata, Myrmecophagidae)
Identification and distribution of the recent sloths of Brazil (Edentata)
The identity and nomenclature of the living species of sloths, even those of the type species of the three-toed sloth Bradypus tridactylus and the two-toed sloth ChoLoepus didacty Ius, which dateExpand
New Records of Mammals from Paraguay
Catagonus, an "Extinct" Peccary, Alive in Paraguay
A third species of peccary, discovered in the Chaco of Paraguay, is added to the living members of family Tayassuidae. It is assigned to the genus Catagonus Ameghino, heretofore considered confinedExpand
THE EXTINCTION OF PECCARIES AND A NEW CASE OF SURVIVAL *
The problem of extensive extinction of larger mammals at the close of the last Ice Age “is as old as the study of Quaternary mammals.”’ Two-thirds of the megafauna of the Rancholabrean age of NorthExpand
Chromosome Studies on the Silky Anteater Cyclopes Didactylus L. (Myrmec Ophagidae: Xenarthra, Edentata)
SUMMARYThe karyotype of the silky anteater Cyclopes didactylus, the smallest of the anteaters is described. A notable difference in karyotypes exists between C. didactylus (2n = 64) and the otherExpand
Bronchial diverticula in short‐tailed shrews: Pulmonary adaptation to dust contaminated environment
Examination of the lung and unusual extrapulmonary bronchial diverticula of the short-tailed shrew (Blarina brevicauda) showed that this mammal aspirates a considerable quantity of foreign materialExpand
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