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A new species of the ichthyomyine Daptomys from Perú. American Museum novitates ; no. Gardner, Alfred L. Musser, Guy G. Type. Book Publication info. Language. English. Find in a. A new species of the ichthyomyine Daptomys from Peru.
American Museum Novitates 1– handle Reference page. Links. Neusticomys peruviensis in Mammal Species of the World. Wilson, Don E. & Reeder, DeeAnn M.
(Editors) Mammal Species of the World – A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference. Third edition. ISBN Abstract. The known species of genus Neusticomys occur from the Colombian and Ecuadorian Andes southward to the Amazonian lowlands of Peru and eastward to Venezuela, Guyana, French Guiana, and Amapá, Brazil.
In this study we describe a new species, Neusticomys sp. nov., from the Rio Juruena on the Central Brazilian shield, extending the distributional range of the genus and Cited by: The known species of genus Neusticomys Occur from the Colombian and Ecuadorian Andes southward to the Amazonian lowlands of Peru and eastward to Venezuela, Guyana, French Guiana, and.
ANewSpecies ofthe Ichthyomyine Daptomys from Peru BYGUYG. MUSSER1 ANDALFRED L. GARDNER2 ABSTRACT were regarded by him as representatives of a new genus and species, Daptomys venezuelae.
Daptomys is one of the less specialized members in the ichthyomyine groupofamphibiousmice, anassemblage ofMexican, CentralAmerican. Musser G.G. & A. Gardner. A new species of the Ichthyomyine Daptomys from Peru. American Museum Novitates MINAGRI Actualización de la lista de Clasificación y Categori-zación de Especies Amenazadas de Fauna Silvestre legalmente protegidas por el Estado.
in El Peruano. AbstractBased on two adult specimens collected in the Río León (Azuay, Ecuador), we describe a new highland species of a small crab-eating rat of the genus Ichthyomys Thomas (Rodentia, Cricetidae, Ichthyomyini). It is distinguishable from Ichthyomys hydrobates (Winge, ), the species phenetically closest to it, by its smaller size, bicolored tail (unicolored in I.
hydrobates), broad and. Sigmodontine rodents constitute a diverse group of New World rodents; extant diversity encompasses ca. species arranged in 86 genera (D’Elía and Pardiñas ).Traditionally, sigmodontine taxa have been arranged into tribes (Reig ; Musser and Carleton ; D’Elía et al.
), one of which is the tribe Ichthyomyini comprising five genera and 17 species ranging from. A new species of the ichthyomyine Daptomys from Peru. American Museum Novitates 1– handle Reference page. Gardner, A.L.
& Creighton, G.K. A new generic name for Tate's () Microtarsus group of South American mouse opossums (Marsupialia: Didelphidae).
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington (1): 3–7. PDF | L'unique spécimen collecté se distingue des quatre autres individus connus du genre Daptomys par les proportions plus faibles de ses dents | Find, read and cite all the research you.
A new species of Peromyscus (Rodentia: Cricetidae), and a new specimen of P. simulatus from southern Mexico, with comments on their ecology. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas, The known species of genus Neusticomys occur from the Colombian and Ecuadorian Andes southward to the Amazonian lowlands of Peru and eastward to Venezuela, Guyana, French Guiana, and Amapá, Brazil.
In this study we describe a new species, Neusticomys sp. nov., from the Rio Juruena on the Central Brazilian shield, extending the distributional range of the genus and placing it in the center of.
The Ichthyomyini in Peru are little known species and difficult to record, there are uncertain aspects about their phylogenetic relationships and current distribution.
Gardner. A new species of the Ichthyomyine Daptomys from Peru. American Museum Novitates In Peru, three genera have been recorded Chibchanomys, Ichthyomys and Neusticomys, the latter with a single species N.
peruvienis, considered a rare and endemic species (Pacheco et al.Medina et al. It was scarcely collected, so far, there were records from only three locations in the Peruvian Amazon lowlands.
The following species are described as new to science:—Notiphilides dissimilis, Schendylurus montivagus, Schendylurus peruanus, Nyctunguis weyrauchi, Diplethmus pulchellus, Prionothalthybius grandis, Schizoribautia peruana titicacae, Atethobius (Vulcanbius) weyrauchi, Lamyctes neotropicus.
A re–description in detail is given of Schizoribautia seydi (Ribaut, ) from new material. AbstractAnotomys leander is an elusive rodent with the smallest known range among ichthyomyines, limited to only three localities in the Andes of Ecuador.
Its last known record dates fromand currently it is represented by a low number of specimens and localities, hampering knowledge about its geographic range. We provide the first Colombian record of A. leander, and its fourth known. The genus Geomylichus Fain (Acari: Listrophoridae) from Mexico, with descriptions of four new species.
International Journal of Acarology: Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. Phylogenetic relationships studied by Voss (), who allocated Daptomys as a synonym. Distribution and morphological traits of lowland species summarized by Voss et al.
Each species is generally known from few specimens, the animals rarely encountered and difficult to collect; as such, species diversity may be underestimated and. A new species of the ichthyomyine Daptomys from Perú. American Museum novitates ; no. View Metadata.
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New records of Stolzmann’s fish-eating rat Ichthyomys stolzmanni (Cricetidae, Sigmodontinae) in Peru: a rare species becoming a nuisance. Mammalian Biology. Ichthyomyini is a tribe of New World rats and mice in the subfamily Sigmodontinae.
The species within this tribe share the characteristics of all being carnivorous semiaquatic rodents. Anotomys - aquatic rat. 45 This new species, denoted Thomasomys sp. 1 in Pacheco (), is a member of the aureus group and was earlier listed by Pacheco et al.
() as that species. 46 This new species, denoted Thomasomys sp. 9 in Pacheco (), is a member of the oreas group and was earlier listed by Pacheco et al. () as that species. The largest phylogenetic analysis of ichthyosaurs to date is presented, with ingroup taxa coded at species level.
Completeness of the taxa included varied from > 98% to. A NEW GENUS & TWO NEW SPECIES OF PERCOID FISHES FROM NEW GUINEA, FAMILY CENTROPOMIDAE [Schultz, L.P.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A NEW GENUS & TWO NEW SPECIES OF PERCOID FISHES FROM NEW GUINEA, FAMILY CENTROPOMIDAEAuthor: L.P. Schultz. Background Sincewhen 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 for rare species of the sigmodontine rodent genera Rhagomys and Neusticomys previously unknown to Brazilian Amazon. We provided detailed information on the morphologic variation to allow the proper. Mammalian Species 1–3.
Voss, R. Systematics and ecology of ichthyomyine rodents (Muroidea): patterns of morphological evolution in a small adaptive radiation. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (2): – This paper describes a new ichthyosaur specimen from the Stonebarrow Marls Member (Charmouth Mudstone Formation) of Charmouth, Dorset.
It is substantially complete and various characters of the skull (snout ratios and basioccipital morphology) and appendicular skeleton (the number of digits on the hind paddle, which can be used to infer the number of digits on the front paddle).
Three new species belonging to two genera of the aleocharine tribe Termitopaediini Seevers, viz., Dioxeuta rara Song & Li, sp. n., D. yunnanensis Song & Li, sp. n., and Termitopulex sinensis Song & Li, sp. from Baihualing Natural Reserve (Southwest China: Yunnan) are described and illustrated.
This is the first record of Termitopulex Fauvel, from China. An Ichthyologist from The Academy of Natural Sciences has discovered a fish that is new to science (in depths of to over meters) from the coastal waters off New Zealand.
This exciting new. American Museum of Natural History Central Park West New York, NY Phone: Open 10 am– pm, Wednesday–Sunday. During work on the family Fumariaceae for the Flora of China (Raven and Wu ), several new species, that were not included in the original Chinese edition (Wu et al.
–ongoing), have come to of these have already been described in a series of papers (Wang et al.Lidén and WangLidén and SuGao et al.Lidén and Van De Veire ).This species superficially resembles the Palaearctic C.
curvipes Meigen in having dorso central bristles on the thoracic disc, but that species has an anterodorsal row of bristles on the hind tibia and the legs are black.
C. phaeoptera Bezzi (== obscuripennis) (a: ; b: ; ) from New Guinea has the hind femora partly.All specimens of Ichthyosaurus from the Lower Jurassic of Somerset were previously identified as I. communis, an abundant and extremely variabletwo new species of Ichthyosaurus are recognized from multiple specimens.
The species are assigned to Ichthyosaurus on the basis of the humerus, pectoral girdle and forefin morphologies.I. larkini sp. nov. is distinguished by a broad.