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Notes on Bolivian mammals

Anderson, Sydney

Notes on Bolivian mammals

by Anderson, Sydney

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Published by American Museum of Natural History in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bolivia.
    • Subjects:
    • Mammals -- Bolivia.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      StatementSydney Anderson and William David Webster.
      SeriesAmerican Museum novitates,, no. 2766 (Aug. 3, 1983)-<2890 >, American Museum novitates ;, no. 2766, etc.
      ContributionsWebster, William David.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL1 .A436 no. 2766, etc., QL725.B5 .A436 no. 2766, etc.
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1, 3 >:
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3269379M
      LC Control Number83191289

      Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mammals of Bolivia.: Pages in category "Mammals of Bolivia" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total. Bolivia - Bolivia - Animal life: Bolivian highland animal life is distinguished by the presence of members of the camel family—the llama, alpaca, guanaco, and vicuña, all native to the Andes. The llama and alpaca are domesticated varieties of the wild guanaco, which survives in the mountains. The llama, the largest animal on the Altiplano and seldom seen below elevations of 7, feet.

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Notes on Bolivian mammals by Anderson, Sydney Download PDF EPUB FB2

Notes on Bolivian Mammals 5 Taxonomy and Distribution of Bolomys (Muridae, Rodentia) Paperback – by Nancy Anderson, Sydney & Olds (Author)Author: Nancy Anderson, Sydney & Olds. 17 p.: ill., map ; 26 cm. Notes on Bolivian mammals. 3, A revised diagnosis of Andalgalomys (Rodentia, Muridae) and the description of a new subspecies.

Notes on Bolivian mammals. 5, Taxonomy and distribution of Bolomys (Muridae, Rodentia). American Museum novitates ; no. The complex taxonomic history of the genus Bolomys Thomas,is reviewed, the diagnosis of Bolomys is revised, and the taxonomy and dis-tribution of.

Olds N, Anderson S () Notes on Bolivian mammals 2: Taxonomy and distribution of rice rats of the subgenus Oligoryzomys. Fieldiana Zool NS – Google Scholar Olds N, Anderson S, Yates TL () Notes on Bolivian mammals 3: A revised diagnosis of Andalgalomys (Rodentia, Muridae) and the description of a new by: 1.

Notes on Bolivian mammals. 6, The genus Ctenomys (Rodentia, Ctenomyidae) in the highlands. American Museum novitates ; ; no. By Joseph A. Cook, Sydney Anderson and Terry L. Yates. Notes on Bolivian mammals.

6, The genus Ctenomys (Rodentia, Ctenomyidae) in the highlands. American Museum novitates ; ; no. By Sydney Anderson, Joseph A. Cook and Terry L. Yates. MAMMALS NOTES EVOLUTION AND CHARACTERISTICS Mammals belong to the class Mammalia, which includes 4, species Most dominant land animals on earth ORIGIN Fossil skeletons show that early mammals had large eye sockets, which may have meant that they were active at night.

This note covers the following topics: Genetic Data and Species Recognition in Mammals, Genetic Species Concept, the Bateson–Dobzhansky–Muller Model, and Speciation in Mammals, Application of the Genetic Species Concept, Consequences of Implementation of the Genetic Species Concept.

Author(s): Robert J. Baker and Robert D. Bradley. This is a list of the mammal species recorded in are mammal species in Bolivia, of which two are critically endangered, five are endangered, seventeen are vulnerable, and twelve are near threatened.

The following tags are used to highlight each species' conservation status as assessed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Notes on the Mammals of the Catskill Mountains, New York, with General Remarks on the Fauna and Flora of the Region (Classic Reprint) Paperback – Ap by Edgar A Mearns (Author)Author: Edgar A Mearns.

Notes on Bolivian mammals. 1, Additional records of bats. American Museum novitates ; no. Anderson, Sydney, ; Webster, William David. Studies of published records and of ab specimens of native mammals from Bolivia reveal that at least species occur there.

Probably more than 20 other species, either new to science. At present, 4, species of extant mammals are recognized in the world, 1, of which occur in South America. Bolivia is home to one third of all South American mammal fauna.

Native Mammals Of Bolivia Bolivia's tropical rainforests, hot plains, and cold mountains house all manner of mammalian biodiversity.

A Vicuna mother with her young one on the Bolivian Altiplano near the Andes Mountains. Notes on the distribution and status of some Peruvian mammals, Bronx, N.Y., American Committee for International Wild Life Protection, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: I R Grimwood.

New records of Bolivian mammals Notes on the small mammals of Ilha de Maracá, Roraima State, Brazil Standardisation of scat analysis techniques for leopard (Panthera pardus) in. By Lila Alejandra Sainz-Bacherer, Published on 07/03/ Keywords.

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MAMMALIA MAMMALIAN FAUNA OF EASTERN BOLIVIA rice en nt, fe = T 23 Hrares'* rres' ans 1ue «l«23'7° %>' Coml™ a d'autres inventaires realises dans la region cette Sude nT^ fntderPor!'on d'«Pfc«rares, que ce soit les especes en Tnger ou vS ft (n _ 24, N = 30} de toutes les especes menacees y ont ete cjetectees.

KEY WORDS: Chiqmtano, Bolivia, mammals, conservation, rapid. Caiman in the Bolivian Amazon Bolivian Amazon Wildlife. When most travelers think of exploring the Amazon River, they generally plan an expensive tour to Brazil, Ecuador or Peru.

Very few people visit the Bolivian Amazon. Their loss! Extending through nine countries in South America, Amazon River Basin access is much more varied than most people know.From aardwolves and bandicoots to yapoks and zorillas, Ernest P.

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This note explains the anatomy of the following body parts: Cells, Tissues, Integumentary System, Bones, Axial Skeleton, Appendicular Skeleton, Joints, Muscle Tissue, Muscles, Neural Tissue, Central Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System, Special Senses, Endocrine, Blood, Heart, Blood Vessels, Lymphatic and Immune Systems.