- Mountain Pygmy Possum (B. parvus) . P.
- Energy metabolism in potoroine marsupials
- starvation proceeded, but only for B. penicillata was there a significant effect of starvation and B. penicillata produced more heat per unit metabolic body mass.
- formation in four marsupial species
- antrum and that, although the rate of oocyte growth slowed in larger follicles, it continued into the period immediately before ovulation. In B.
- Fresneda & Salgado-C
- madoni Jeannel and B. penicillata Jeannel; zariquieyi new group (2 taxa): B. .
- Redalyc.THE MEXICAN ROOTS OF THE INDIAN LAVENDER TREE
- name of B. delpechiana Poisson ex engl. became obsolete in america as it was considered synonymous first to B.
- MAMMALIAN SPECIES N... 58., pp. 1.6, 3 ﬁgs.
- Jun 1, 1998 more coarsely granular than in either B. penicillata or B. lesueur.
- Woylie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Species: B. penicillata. Binomial name.
- Thiele and Ladiges' taxonomic arrangement of Banksia - Wikipedia
- Four varieties were promoted to species rank: B. conferta var.
- B. penicillata
- B. penicillata has a smooth, light gray bark and, after the summer rains, is densely dressed in large compound leaves with large serrated leaflets.
- Energy metabolism in potoroine marsupials.
- The respiratory quotient of all species was reduced significantly as starvation proceeded, but only for B.
- The mammalian fauna of Madura Cave, Western Australia
- Bettongia is represented by B. lesueur, which is present throughout the stratigraphic sequence, and B. penicillata, which is absent only from Unit 7.
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