Species Described In 2005: Animals Described in 2005, Plants Described in 2005, Laotian Rock Rat, Australian Snubfin Dolphin

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General Books, 2010 - 172 pages
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Animals Described in 2005, Plants Described in 2005, Laotian Rock Rat, Australian Snubfin Dolphin, Sarracenia Alabamensis, Kipunji, Sabatia Arkansana, Mysis Diluviana, Sulphur-Breasted Parakeet, Goodman's Mouse Lemur, Tube-Lipped Nectar Bat, Bemaraha Woolly Lemur, Philip Myers' Akodont, Cat-Fox, Northern Giant Mouse Lemur, Madidi Titi, Brush-Clawed Shore Crab, Stiles's Tapaculo, Anopheles Latens, Upper Magdalena Tapaculo, Naung Mung Scimitar-Babbler, Proceratium Google, Ctenolepisma Almeriensis, Iquitos Gnatcatcher, Utricularia Babui, Utricularia Jackii, Aberoptus Championus, Nanoa, Passiflora Xishuangbannaensis, Oziotelphusa Populosa, Heteropoda Dagmarae, Oziotelphusa Gallicola, Oman Bullhead Shark, Oziotelphusa Kodagoda, Oziotelphusa Dakuna, Oziotelphusa Intuta, Ufo Abei, Perbrinckia Rosae, Lonomia Frankae, Pagurus Ikedai, Ceylonthelphusa Diva, Ceylonthelphusa Durrelli, Ceylonthelphusa Savitriae, Mahatha Helaya, Mahatha Lacuna, Mahatha Regina, Ceylonthelphusa Alpina, Ceylonthelphusa Armata, Pseudolechriops Alleni, Pseudolechriops Coleyae, Pseudolechriops Davidsonae, Pseudolechriops Dimorpha, Pseudolechriops Howdenorum, Pseudolechriops Janeae, Pseudolechriops Klopferi, Pseudolechriops Longinoi, Pseudolechriops Wrightae. Excerpt: The Laotian rock rat or kha-nyou (Laonastes aenigmamus), sometimes called the "rat-squirrel", is a rodent species of the Khammouan region of Laos. The species was first described in a 2005 article by Paulina Jenkins and coauthors, who considered the animal to be so distinct from all living rodents that they placed it in a new family, Laonastidae. In 2006 the classification of the Laotian rock rat was disputed by Mary Dawson and coauthors. Dawson and her colleagues suggested that instead it belongs to the ancient fo... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=1784196

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