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camelid

members of the family Camelidae; includes camels and the South American camelids—alpaca, guanaco, llama, vicuna.
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Camelid domestication in the western slope of the Puna de Atacama, northern Chile.
Chronic infection with camelid hepatitis E virus in a liver transplant recipient who regularly consumes camel meat and milk.
Therefore, the treatment protocol recommended for sheep and goats has been derived mainly from studying and treating camelids.
Though we already owned one llama and two alpacas, these three wool-bearing camelids were worthless as protectors.
After offering food, we are soon walking in a line, each one of us guiding our own South American camelid but, naturally, keeping a sensible distance from the hind legs out in front.
MUSCAT: Opening ceremony of the third edition of the International Conference of the Society of Camelid Research and Development (ISOCARD 2012) was held recently at Sultan Qaboos University under the patronage of Dr Fuad Jaafar Mohammed Al Sajwani, minister of agriculture and fisheries.
Muscat, Feb 1 (ONA) The participant delegations at the 3rd conference of the International Society of Camelid Research and Development (ISOCARD) organized by the Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) during January 29th to February 1st, today visited the Royal Camel Corps at the Royal Court Affairs.
Factfile * Alpacas are a domesticated species of South American camelid, related to the llama.
The alpaca is, like the llama, a "charming and valuable member of the camelid family," according to the sign age at the weekend's inaugural Alpaca Festival of Oregon at the Lane Events Center.
Peruvians raise alpacas, a species of South American camelid, primarily for their warm wool and sometimes to eat.
Isolation of shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli from a South American camelid (Lama guanicoe) with diarrhea.