LAGIDIUM PERUANUM PDF
IUCN SSC Small Mammal Specialist Group. Lagidium viscacia. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN Geographic range in detail. Threats. Mountain vizcacha (Lagidium cf. peruanum) in Ecuador – first record of Chinchillidae from the northern Andes. Florian A. Werner¹, Karim J. Ledesma², and. The northern viscacha (Lagidium peruanum) is a species of rodent in the family Chinchillidae. It is known from Peru and Chile, at elevations from to m, .
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If the right ovary is surgically removed, the left then becomes functional. Though we edit our accounts for accuracy, we cannot guarantee all information in those accounts.
Terrestrial Biomes mountains Physical Description L. This terrestrial biome includes summits of high mountains, either without vegetation or covered by low, tundra-like vegetation. Vegetation is relatively sparse and characterized mainly by coarse grasses. While females posess two ovaries and two uterine horns, only the right ovary and uterine horn are functional.
A litter usually consists of a single pup born after a gestation period around days. In other words, Central and South America.
The northern viscacha is native to central and southern Peru and northern Chile, lagidiuk may also be present in the area around Lake Titicaca in Peru and Bolivia. Primary Diet herbivore folivore Economic Importance for Humans: Classification Kingdom Animalia animals Animalia: It is not uncommon to have dense populations separated from other such populations by over 10 kilometers. Glossary Petuanum living in the southern part of the New World.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. They occupy burrows among rocks and crevices.
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A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference 3rd ed. Individuals reach sexual maturity after one year. Other Physical Features endothermic bilateral symmetry Range mass 0. Johns Hopkins University Press.
Long-tailed chinchilla Chinchilla lanigera Short-tailed chinchilla Chinchilla chinchilla. The Life of Mammals. When alarmed they produce a high-pitched call to warn the colony of a potential threat. The dorsally curled ends of their tails vary from rusty to black in color. psruanum
Peryanum feed primarily from late afternoon until after the sun sets. Conservation Status While their numbers have declined in some areas, L. The offspring are precocious, and feed on a mixture of their mother’s milk and vegetation.
Gestation lasts approximately days and one offspring is produced. It peruanun its home in crevices in the rock and is found in various habitats where suitable rocky outcrops are found.
Plains viscacha Lagostomus maximus. There is seemingly little or no difference in habitat structure between occupied areas and the unoccupied areas between populations. Johns Hopkins University Press. Synapomorphy of the Bilateria. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies.
The mating period ranges from October to December, in which all adult females become pregnant. Females have only a single pair of mammae. Feeding begins in the afternoon and lasts until after sunset, at which time individuals return to their burrows.
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Lagidium peruanum Meyen Geographic Range Lagidium peruanumone of several recognized species of “Mountain Viscachas,” lives in the Andes Mountains lagixium Peru at elevations ranging from approximately 3, meters.
Their pelage coloration varies from dark grey at low elevations to brown at higher elevations. While females may undergo a post-partum estrus, it is unlikely that a second pregnancy in a given year will result given the length of the gestation period and the timing of the mating season. Retrieved 5 January They are not territorial and rarely aggressive.
Retrieved from ” https: This includes tough grasses, lichens, and moss. Walker’s Mammals of the World. This page was last edited peruabum 13 Novemberat The northern viscacha is a herbivore and feeds on a variety of plant material, including grasses, roots, and seeds.
Lagidium ahuacaense Northern viscacha Lagidium peruanum Southern viscacha Lagidium viscacia Wolffsohn’s viscacha Lagixium wolffsohni.
When the breeding season begins males are driven out of their family burrow by the female, at which point they disperse throughout the colony and exhibit some degree of promiscuity. Journal of Mammology The ventral under surface is cream or pale grey and the tip of the tail is reddish-brown or black. Lagidium peruanum northern viscacha Facebook.
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