synanthropic

synanthropic

(sĭn-ăn-thrŏp′ĭk) [″ + ″]
Living in a close association with humans.
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This type of animal is popularly called opossum and a specimen is presented as a synanthropic animal because it is not domesticated but lives nearby and benefits from humans and their dwellings.
First molecular evidence of Toxoplasma gondii in synanthropic rodents (Mus musculus and Rattus rattus) captured in Yucatan, Mexico.
In this context, only a few studies examine the possible reservoir role of synanthropic animals in cities, where the role of certain domestic mammals has been analyzed exclusively (1).
The Identity of the Small, widespread, synanthropic Pholcus (Araneae, Pholcidae) species in the Northeastern United States.
Trypanosoma cruzi captured and positive synanthropic triatomines corresponding to the Western Mesoregion (RN), Brazil, from 2008 to 2013.
2017: Sexual-size dimorphism in two synanthropic rat species: comparison and eco-evolutionary perspectives.
gallinae infection in degraded habitats, where changes in resources may cause raptors to switch from foraging on native prey to synanthropic avian species, such as rock pigeons.
Our study aims to fill this gap by following a marked synanthropic population of brown recluse spiders in a semi-natural setting, an urban garage.