Dasypodidae


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Dasypodidae

[‚das·ə′päd·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The armadillos, a family of edentate mammals in the infraorder Cingulata.
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Aplicacion: En los casos de hemorragias nasales producidas por la venganza del espiritu de una mulita o tapinec (Dasypus septemcinctus, Dasypodidae) cazado a golpes, se aplica una cura simbolica en la que se deja gotear sangre sobre una brasa encendida de este arbol hasta detener el sangrado.
The identification and distribution of recent xenarthra (Edentata) and taxonomy and distribuiton of armadillo, Dasypodidae. In: Montgomery, GG.
And if you crossed a mammal of the dasypodidae family with an Ann Summers vibrator, would the result be an armadildo?
Period: June 2012-December 2016 Order Family Species Records Mammals Cingulata Dasypodidae Dasypus novemcinctus (1) 1 Didelphimorphia Didelphidae Didelphis marsupialis (1) 1 Philander opossum 1 Perissodactyla Tapiridae Tapirus bairdii (2) 1 Reptiles Testudines Cheloniidae Chelonia mydas 1330 Eretmochelys imbricata 20 Caretta caretta 1 Dermochelyidae Dermochelys coriacea 19 Birds Pelicaniformes Unknown Unknown 1 1.
Chaetophractus vellerosus Gray 1865 (Xenarthra, Dasypodidae) en un cementerio de tumulos de la desembocadura del rio Loa (Region de Antofagasta, Chile): evidencias de conexiones con el altiplano andino, Periodo Formativo Tardio (300 a.C-500 d.C.).
Density and niche segregation of two armadillo species (Xenarthra: Dasypodidae) in the Vale Natural Reserve, Brazil.
Por otra parte, en los insectivoros, muchos carnivoros, algunos roedores, el Lagomorpha, el Dasypodidae, los Pholidotes y algunos marsupiales, los dos musculos, son de hecho uno (Cossu & Guintard, 2000).
For almost all specimens it was necessary to reestablish the natural color patterns of nails and noses and in some cases completely remove the paint applied throughout the body, as in the case of the specimens belonging to the family Dasypodidae, which had been colored without due care in a previous intervention.