- Di·del·phis definition. Pronunciation: /dī-ˈdel-fəs/ Function: n : a genus of marsupials (family Didelphidae) that includes the common opossum (D.
- Common Name
- Virginia Opossum. Didelphis virginiana. Description: Size: Heavy-bodied animal with short legs.
- Opossum (Didelphis virginiana)
- Opossum (Didelphis virginiana) with woodchucks, skunks, and rabbits. Territory and home range: Not territorial.
- MAMMALIAN SPECIES N... .0. 1-6, 3 figs.
- May 2, 1974 Didelphis virginiana Kerr, 1792:193, Type locality, Virginia.
- Wild Ideas: A young opossum rescue
- The North American or Virginia opossum (Didelphis virginiana) — commonly called just “possum” here in the South — is the only North American marsupial, an order of mammals that raises their young in pouches.
- Farm provides monarchs with a milkweed feast
- The opossum (Didelphis virginiana-order Marsupialia), oft-times referred to as simply “possum,” is one of the strangest looking animals seen here in New Hampshire.
- Indian woman with two wombs gives birth to two boys - one from each uterus
- Uterus didelphys (sometimes also uterus didelphis) manifests as a double uterus with two separate cervixes, and in some cases a double vagina too. Each uterus is linked to the fallopian tube that faces its ovary.
- Oh, possum!
- Didelphis the opossum, you see, is a living fossil, practically unchanged since it came upon the Earth eons ago. The possum, as we usually call it, is North America's most primitive mammal.
- Didelphis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The six species in the genus Didelphis, commonly known as large American opossums, are members of the Didelphimorphia order.
- North American Mammals: Didelphis virginiana
- Image of Didelphis virginiana. Click to enlarge. (81 kb).
- ADW: Didelphis virginiana: Pictures
- Didelphis virginiana, Virginia opossum. Didelphis virginiana, Virginia opossum. Didelphis virginiana.
- Virginia Opossum - Didelphis virginiana - NatureWorks
- Detailed description including photographs, range, habitat, diet, and behavior.
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