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concolorous

having the same colour throughout the structure concerned, e.g. petals, leaves.
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concolor following criteria developed by Aranda (2000).
As especies que apresentaram maior numero de registros foram Didelphis albiventris, Callithrix penicillata, Mazama americana, Cuniculus paca e Canis lupus familiaris, enquanto as especies que apresentaram menor numero de registros, excetuando-se aquelas visualizadas fora do periodo de amostragem, foram Dasypus novemcinctus, Tamandua tetradactyla, Lycalopex vetulus, Eira barbara, Lontra longicaudis, Leopardus tigrinus, Leopardus pardalis, Puma concolor, Puma yagouaroundi e Dasyprocta sp.
The proximity of mountain lions Puma concolor to human dwellings has resulted in incidents such as attacks on pets, livestock, and humans themselves (Beier, 1991).
Artibeus concolor es una especie principalmente amazonica y su distribucion comprende las Guianas, Venezuela, Colombia, norte de Brasil y Peru (Koopman, 1976, 1982; Acosta y Owen, 1993; Einsenberg y Redford, 1999; Simmons, 2005); recientemente ha sido registrado en el Cerrado del centro de Brasil (Zortea y Guimaraes, 2006).
Coronary circulation of Puma concolor may be considered balanced, given two criteria.
Helminthoglypta concolor was previously known only from the type locality, where it was found under fallen bark and logs of White Fir (Abies concolor (Gordon & Glend.
El numero de radios en las maderas estudiadas varia de 1/mm en Drypetes lateriflora hasta 8/mm en Wimmeria concolor, encontrandose diferencias significativas entre algunas especies (F = 45.
Se desarrollaron modelos de distribucion del riesgo de depredacion por P onca, P concolor y un modelo unificado con ambas especies a partir de cuatro algoritmos: Maxima entropia (Maxent), Environmental distance (ED), Algoritmo genetico (GARP) y Support Vector Machine (SVM).
The Latin name concolor, meaning plain or consistent in color, isn't altogether accurate.
Ferns did not act as an environmental filter for Actinostemon concolor because the number of individuals in the first experiment was equivalent in F and NF, and cutting the fronds did not affect the results in the second experiment.