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Synonyms:
   Kerodon rupestris (Rock Cavy) 

Broader Terms:
   Kerodon (Moco) 
   Rodentia (Rodent) 
 
 
Latest Articles on Kerodon rupestris (Wied-Neuwied, 1820) from uBioRSS
Comparative Morphology of the Internal Nasal Skeleton of Adult Marsupials B... - BioOne: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural...
Intraspecific variation in space use, group size, and mating systems of cav... - BioOne: Journal of Mammalogy


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Common Names: Moco, Rock Cavy



1.  Morphological tools to evaluate the digestory apparatus in rocky cavy (Kerodon rupestris).LinkIT
de Aro MM, Dos Santos AC, da Silveira EE, da Silva Lisboa Neto AF, de Oliveira MF, de Assis Neto AC
Microscopy research and technique, 2019
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2.  Detection of Rickettsia spp. in ticks associated to wild mammals in Northeastern Brazil, with notes on an undetermined Ornithodoros sp. collected from marsupials.LinkIT
Maia MO, Koppe VC, Muñoz-Leal S, Martins TF, Marcili A, Labruna MB, Pacheco RC
Experimental & applied acarology, 2018
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3.  Nuclear organization and morphology of cholinergic neurons in the brain of the rock cavy (Kerodon rupestris) (Wied, 1820).LinkIT
Resende NR, Soares Filho PL, Peixoto PPA, Silva AM, Silva SF, Soares JG, do Nascimento ES, Cavalcante JC, Cavalcante JS, Costa MSMO
Journal of chemical neuroanatomy, 2018
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4.  Human parasitism and toxicosis by Ornithodoros rietcorreai (Acari: Argasidae) in an urban area of Northeastern Brazil.LinkIT
de Oliveira SV, Bitencourth K, Borsoi ABP, de Freitas FSS, Castelo Branco Coelho G, Amorim M, Gazeta GS
Ticks and tick-borne diseases, 2018
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5.  Topographic specializations of catecholaminergic cells and ganglion cells and distribution of calcium binding proteins in the crepuscular rock cavy (Kerodon rupestris) retina.LinkIT
Oliveira FG, Nascimento-Júnior ESD, Cavalcante JC, Guzen FP, Cavalcante JS, Soares JG, Cavalcanti JRLP, Freitas LM, Costa MSMO, Andrade-da-Costa BLDS
Journal of chemical neuroanatomy, 2018
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6.  Distribution of nitric oxide synthase in the rock cavy (Kerodon rupestris) brain I: The diencephalon.LinkIT
Reis MEMD, Araújo LTF, de Andrade WMG, Resende NDS, Lima RRM, Nascimento ESD, Costa MSMO, Cavalcante JC
Brain research, 2018
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7.  A new argasid tick species (Acari: Argasidae) associated with the rock cavy, Kerodon rupestris Wied-Neuwied (Rodentia: Caviidae), in a semiarid region of Brazil.LinkIT
Labruna MB, Nava S, Marcili A, Barbieri AR, Nunes PH, Horta MC, Venzal JM
Parasites & vectors, 2016
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8.  Molecular Individual-Based Approach on Triatoma brasiliensis: Inferences on Triatomine Foci, Trypanosoma cruzi Natural Infection Prevalence, Parasite Diversity and Feeding Sources.LinkIT
Almeida CE, Faucher L, Lavina M, Costa J, Harry M
PLoS neglected tropical diseases, 2016
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9.  CARDIOTHORACIC RATIO AND VERTEBRAL HEART SCALE IN CLINICALLY NORMAL BLACK-RUMPED AGOUTIS (DASYPROCTA PRYMNOLOPHA, WAGLER 1831).LinkIT
de Moura CR, das Neves Diniz A, da Silva Moura L, das Chagas Araújo Sousa F, Baltazar PI, Freire LD, Guerra PC, de Sousa JM, Giglio RF, Pessoa GT, de Sá RP, Alves FR
Journal of zoo and wildlife medicine : official publication of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, 2015
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10.  Domestic, peridomestic and wild hosts in the transmission of Trypanosoma cruzi in the Caatinga area colonised by Triatoma brasiliensis.LinkIT
Bezerra CM, Cavalcanti LP, Souza Rde C, Barbosa SE, Xavier SC, Jansen AM, Ramalho RD, Diotaiut L
Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, 2014
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