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- On the unsegmented ovum of Echidna (Tachyglossus). Professor T
- Papers and Proceedings ' of the Royal Society of Tasmania for 1887 (1888). No detailed description of the unsegmented ovum of. Echidna has yet appeared.
- apt description, but 'echidna' is much more widely used as the common name in Australia although that name came about rather by accident.
- laying, legs that extend outward then downward, and a lower body temperature ( about 31-32°C) than other mammals. Description.
- Fauna of Australia Volume 1b - Mammalia
- 3. DEFINITION AND GENERAL DESCRIPTION.
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- Echidna - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Echidnas also known as spiny anteaters, belong to the family Tachyglossidae in the monotreme order of egg-laying mammals.
- DESCRIPTION click for info on pic An Echidnas body is covered with 2 types of hair.
- English Name: Echidna Scientific Name: Tachyglossus aculeatus. Arrernte Name : inarlenge. Luritja Name: tjilkamata.
- The Echidna along with the Platypus is one of Australia's two Monotremes Description: prickly spines on back and a long sticky tongue for catching ants.
- DPIW - Short-beaked Echidna
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