- Aug 16, 2010 Gardner (1993) recognizes 4 species for this genus: D. albiventris, which extends from Measurements were defined by Ventura et al.
- The Marsupial Didelphis albiventris is an Improbable Host of
- Probably D. albiventris is not frequently D. albiventris as a possible host of P.
- Characterization of Sarcocystis falcatula Isolates from the
- primers JNB33/JNB54. Thus, the South American opossum, D. albiventris, is a definitive host for S.
- MORPHOLOGICAL DIFFERENTIATION IN THE WHITE-EARED
- The large distribution of D. albiventris.
- Trypanosoma cruzi: isoenzyme analysis suggests the presence of
- D. albiventris. Campina Grande do Sul.
- DNA/DNA hybridization studies of carnivorous marsupials. III
- only AT~o~e's paired D. marsupialis with D. albiventris (at bootstrap percentages of 70% or above) We conclude that of the three species, D.
- Reproduction in Didelphis marsupialis and D. albiventris in Colombia
- that would be occupied by D. albiventris in South America. Because of its Collections of D.
- White-eared opossum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Costa, L., Astua de Moraes, D., Brito, D.
- Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections: Gamba (Didelphis
- D. albiventris is a small mammal with black fur covering the majority of the body. The face is covered with black and white guard hairs, predominately white.
- Babesia ernestoi sp. n., in Didelphis marsupialis L., 1758, and D
- May 13, 2010 Babesia ernestoi sp. n., in Didelphis marsupialis L.
- Parasitología al día - Prevalence of Tetratrichomonas didelphidis
- The prevalence of T. didelphidis in opossums D.
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