Tatera

Tatera

see gerbil.
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Wilmington -- Lombardi 4 0-1 9, Roth 4 0-0 12, Van Duyne 0 0-0 0, Flannery 4 2-2 10, Almberg 1 0-0 2, Gholson 0 0-1 0, Lamaster 1 0-0 2, Tatera 0 0-1 0, Onlof 1 0-0 2.
The soles of the feet are hairless and pigmented, as in other members of the genus Tatera, while the ears are also naked and elongated (Prakash and Gosh, 1975; Prater, 1980; Vaughn et al.
Breeding biology of the bushveld gerbil Tatera leucogaster in relation to diet, rainfall and life history.
1983: Estimation of energy-fow during winter through a primary consumer (Indian gerbil, Tatera indica Hardwicke) in a desert ecosystem.
Jamie Lynn Tatera, who teaches mindfulness classes to both children and adults and practices daily centering prayer, explains that learning about and then practicing mindfulness brought her faith to a deeper level.
division; Robert Tatera, VP-Colgate-Africa/Eurasia; Orlando Tenorio,
Tatera indica is known as the main reservoir host in the southwest of Iran and Meriones hurrianae in southeast of the country, neighbouring to Pakistan (2-5).
The ATS had earlier arrested and interrogated Javed Khan, who revealed Usmani's location in Tatera village in Bahraich District of Uttar Pradesh.
Results: Among 13 captured rodents, 8 were Tatera indica (5 male and 3 female Indian gerbils) and 5 were Rattus rattus (3 males and 2 females).
In Balochistan, amastigotes have been demonstrated in the skin of gerbil identified as Tatera indica and Meriones spp.
tested) Genus Arusha Iringa Lindi Mbeya Acomys -- 0/3 0/2 0/2 Aethomys -- 0/3 0/4 -- Arvicanthis 0/13 6/30# -- -- Cricetomys -- -- -- -- Lemniscomys 0/5 1/2# 1/2# -- Lophuromys 0/3 0/1 -- -- Mastomys 7/39# 0/17 1/120# 0/12 Mus -- 0/1 - 0/1 Praomys -- 0/3 - 0/1 Rattus -- - 0/24 0/1 Tatera 0/1 0/1 0/32 -- Uranomys -- -- -- -- Sciuridae -- -- 0/13 -- Crocidura -- -- -- -- Petrodomus -- -- 0/9 -- 13 other genera -- 0/1 0/2 0/7 Total 7/61# 7/62# 2/208# 0/24 Antibody detection ([dagger]) by region (no.
The gerbil family, which contains the species best adapted to desert life in the Sahara, is represented in the Kalahari by only a single species, Gerbillu-rus paeba (they have hairy-soled feet and relatively small tympanic bullae), and by species that normally live in the savannahs of the region, including Tatera leucogaster and T.