Spix


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Spix

(shpiks),
Johann B., German anatomist, 1781-1826. See: Spix spine.
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New record of the hairy-legged hematophagous bat Diphylla ecaudata Spix, 1823 (Chiroptera, Phyllostomidae) in Colombia.
Avaliacao radiografica, ultrassonografica e endocrina do ciclo reprodutivo de jabutis-piranga (Geochelone carbonaria, SPIX, 1824) e jabutis-tinga (Geochelone denticulata, LINEU, 1766).
Palm oil became central to Afro-Bahian identity in the nineteenth century, during what the Brazilian historian Cascudo called the 'golden age of azeite-de-Dende' 26 Travelling through Bahia in 1818 and 1819, German naturalists and explorers Spix and Martius reported, 'In the words of the Brazilians themselves, the African oil palm was brought by the Negroes of Guinea'.
Guido Spix talks about Multivac's Innovation Strategy
Heinrich Fischer (former CEO of Saurer Group) acts as the Chairman of the Board, and members are Hans-Georg Harter, former CEO of ZF, Rudolf Huber, Former Geberit and Guido Spix, CTO of Multivac.
Some organs of the razor-billed curassow (Pauxi tuberosa Spix, Cracidae) are used by a riverine community of the Oriental Amazonia in Brazil (Barros et al.
Rarest A walk-in aviary includes a tree-top trail with the chance to see some of the rarest birds in the world, including the critically endangered Spix Macaw.
Kaatsch P, Spix C, Schmiedel S, Schulze-Rath R, Mergenthaler A, Blettner M, 2008b.
EGGS RETENTION IN FEMALE OF "JABOTY-PIRANGA" (Geochelone carbonaria - Spix, 1824) IN CAPTIVITY