GALEA MUSTELOIDES PDF
Galea musteloides · Meyen, Species. Galea flavidens · Galea monasteriensis · Galea musteloides · Galea spixii. Galea is a genus of South American rodents of the family Caviidae. Four extant species are. El cuis moro (Galea musteloides), también conocido como tuco-tuco, cuy serrano , cuy de dientes amarillos o conejo moro, es una especie de roedor de la. Species, Galea musteloides Meyen, – Common Yellow-toothed Cavy. Direct Children: Subspecies, Galea musteloides auceps (Thomas, ).
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In the wild “G. The high diversity of habitats of different species is paralleled by a high diversity of social musteloises. Male common yellow-toothed cavies do not help to care for their young and may show aggression towards young Adrian et al.
Galea musteloides common yellow-toothed cavy Facebook. Galea Meyen Range number of offspring 1 to 5 Average number of offspring 2.
Galea flavidens Galea monasteriensis Galea musteloides Galea spixii. More specifically refers to a group of organisms in which members act as specialized subunits a continuous, modular society – as in clonal organisms.
Galea musteloides (Common yellow-toothed cavy)
Retrieved 5 January Females become sexually mature at 66 days after birth and males at 60 days AnAge, Views Read Edit View history. Female adult lactate and nurse the offspring of other females during their first week of life. Retrieved 1 December Mammal Species of the World: It is unknown how long common yellow-toothed cavies can live in the wild. Geographic Range Galea musteloidesknown as common yellow-toothed cavies or cui, are found in a large area of South America, including southern Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and northeastern Chile.
Mammals of the Neotropics: Testosterone levels and aggression levels in males are not correlated.
Johns Hopkins University Press. Common yellow-toothed cavies can be considered agricultural pests where they occur near croplands because they will eat crops Grzimek, To cite this page: The Animal Diversity Web is an educational resource written largely by and for college students.
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology Mammal Species of the World: In fact females avoid above average aggressive males. While some Galea species are promiscuous — for example G.
Paternal Behavior in Wild Guinea Pigs: The common yellow-toothed cavy Galea musteloides is a species of rodent in the family Caviidaeclosely related to the domesticated guinea pig.
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A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference 3rd ed. Vegetation is made up mostly of grasses, the height and species diversity of which depend largely on the amount of moisture available. Galea musteloides Meyen The species is found within a range from southern Peru to central Argentina. Common yellow-toothed cavies can be found in many different types of habitats, including savannahs, grasslands, scrubby habitats, croplands, and riparian areas Keil et al.
Savannas are grasslands with scattered individual trees that do not form a closed canopy.
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