Penis morphology as a distinctive character of the murine opossum group (Marsupialia Didelphidae): a preliminary report

@inproceedings{Martinelli1997PenisMA,
  title={Penis morphology as a distinctive character of the murine opossum group (Marsupialia Didelphidae): a preliminary report},
  author={P. Martinelli and Jos{\'e} Carlos Nogueira},
  year={1997}
}
La morphologie du penis, associee a d'autres aspects morphologiques, a ete suggeree comme une caracteristique d'identification et une variable supplementaire, utile pour une organisation systematique du groupe des opossums murins. Ceux-ci representent un groupe numeriquement important de marsupiaux americains aux caracteres externes similaires mais sans classification systematique organisee jusqu'a present. La morphologie du penis de quatre especes, Micoureus cinereus, Gracilinanus agilis… Expand

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