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macrocephalus

An older term of waning use for a large head or a person with a large head.
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Este mismo autor, indica que Stannard describio esta forma a partir de siete hembras recolectadas en Acapulco, de los cuales dos especimenes presentaban estados intermedios entre mexicanus y megacephalus.
Por ejemplo, Allothrips megacephalus, Adraneothrips y Eurythrips.
Especie [masculinidad] [feminidad] [masculinidad] [feminidad] Allothrips megacephalus 0 11 mexicanus Stannard, 1955 Gastrothrips Hood, 1912 0 1 Adraneothrips biadenes Mound 0 3 & Marullo, 1996 Adraneothrips fuscicollis 0 2 Hood, 1925 Adraneothrips lepidus Hood, 1950 0 4 Haplothrips gowdeyi 0 13 Franklin, 1908 Hoplandrothrips jennei 4 0 Jones, 1912 Karnyothrips brimleyi Hood, 1938 0 1 Karnyothrips venustus 0 2 Moulton, 1941 Eurythrips Hinds, 1902 0 4 Totales 4 [masculinidad] 31 [feminidad] [masculinidad] [feminidad]
Hylaeamys megacephalus and Dasyprocta azarae only occurred in GF, representing 22.
Five species (25%) were recorded only during the dry season (Didelphis marsupialis, Caluromys philander, Metachirus nudicaudatus, Marmosops noctivagus and Necromys lasiurus) and four (20%) only in the wet season (Hylaeamys megacephalus, Dasyprocta azarae, Didelphis albiventris and Rhipidomys macrurus) (Table 1).
Taxa Dry Season May June July GF1 RF1 PF1 Rodentia Hylaeamys megacephalus 0 0 0 Dasyprocta azarae 0 0 0 Thrichomys pachyurus 0 37 1 Rhipidomys macrurus 0 0 0 Oecomys bicolour 4 0 1 Oecomys roberti 2 0 0 Oligoryzomys sp.
Marmosops noctivagus, Micoureus demerarae, and Oryzomys megacephalus were not present in the pasture matrix, but had similar abundances in all transects within the fragment.
Marmosops noctivagus, Micoureus demerarae, and Oryzomys megacephalus were very abundant along the edge, as well as on other transects, and had a homogeneous distribution.
Oryzomys megacephalus was very abundant with similar numbers of individuals along the edge and interior of fragments, but was absent in the pasture.
Snap and Tomahawk traps had high capture rates for only 1 species each, Oryzomys megacephalus and Oecomys roberti, respectively (Table 1).
The number of Oryzomys megacephalus individuals captured across our study sites was not related to trap type ([F.
3 3 0 4 10 Oligoryzomys microtis 6 0 0 2 8 Oryzomys maracajuensis 0 1 2 0 3 Oryzomys megacephalus 18 43 24 36 121 Oryzomys sp.