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P Breviceps

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Parasitic ants alter how captive ants recognize nest mates
Future studies are needed to understand the underlying mechanisms, but the authors suggest their findings indicate that parasitism by P. breviceps alters both the chemical and genetic context in which their hosts develop, leading to changes in how they ...
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Baby sugar glider takes flying lessons
The sugar glider, Petaurus breviceps, is a small forest-dwelling marsupial native to the northern and eastern parts of Australia. They also occur in forests throughout New Guinea and on a number of nearby islands and island archipelagoes.
Whale washes up on Tybee Island
Pygmy sperm whales, scientifically known as Kogia breviceps, are toothed whales, as are dolphins. In their lower jaw only, they have up to 16 pairs of teeth that fit into sockets in the upper jaw.
`Strange bedfellow frogs' (part I): rotund, adorable brevicipitids
By far the most familiar brevicipitids are the 16 species of Breviceps*: these were, until very recently, the only brevicipitids for which any behavioural or life history information existed [B. adspersus photo above by Ryanvanhuyssteen].

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