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Evolution and systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with description of two new species

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Brazil,
  • Atlantic Coast.
    • Subjects:
    • University of California, Berkeley. Museum of Vertebrate Zoology.,
    • Rodents -- Brazil -- Atlantic Coast.,
    • Rodents -- Evolution.,
    • Rodents -- Classification.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementYuri L.R. Leite.
      GenreClassification.
      SeriesUniversity of California publications in zoology ;, v. 132
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL737.R65 L45 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 118 p. :
      Number of Pages118
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3324077M
      ISBN 100520098498
      LC Control Number2004297025
      OCLC/WorldCa53182280


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Evolution and systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with description of two new species by Yuri L. R. Leite Download PDF EPUB FB2

Evolution and Systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, Genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidæ), With Description of Two New Species (UC Publications in Zoology) Paperback – Cited by:   evolution & systematics of the atlantic tree rats,genus phyllomys (rodentia,echimyidae),with description of two new species paperback – january 1, by Y.L.R.

Leite Author: Y.L.R. Leite. Evolution and Systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, Genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), With Description of Two New Species. Author (s): Leite, Yuri L. Main Content. Author & Book Info.

Abstract. The Atlantic tree rats, genus Phyllomys, are arboreal echimyids found in eastern Brazil. Species of Phyllomys are of conservation interest because they are poorly known, have restricted Cited by: Evolution and systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with description of two new species.

[Yuri L R Leite; California Digital Library. eScholarship.] -- This study focuses on the Atlantic Forest tree rats of the genus Phyllomys (Rodentia: Echimyidae), one of the most poorly understood mammal genera inhabiting the coastal rain forests Brazil, the most.

Systematics of the Atlantic tree rats, genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with description of two new species December DOI: /RG Abstract. The Atlantic tree rats, genus Phyllomys, are arboreal echimyids found in eastern Brazil. Species of Phyllomys are of conservation interest because they are poorly known, have restricted geographic ranges, and are endemic to the Atlantic forest.

Arboreal spiny rats of the genus Phyllomys are the most diverse group of echimyid rodents in the Atlantic Forest. Many species of Phyllomys have small geographic ranges and are rare in scientific collections. One of them is Phyllomys kerri known from only three specimens collected in a single locality almost 80 year s ago.

The identity and the taxonomic validity of this enigmatic species. Evolution and systematics of the Atlantic tree rats, genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with description of two new species University of California Publications in Zoology Evolution and Systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, Genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), With Description of Two New Species Leite, Yuri L.

The Quintessential Naturalist: Honoring the Life and Legacy of Oliver P. Pearson. Abstract Tree rats of the genus Phyllomys are arboreal rodents endemic to the Brazilian Atlantic Forest.

Previous phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial DNA resulted in a basal polytomy of species in this genus, suggesting rapid speciation. Here we expanded this data matrix by adding specimens and both nuclear and mitochondrial genes.

Evolution and systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with description of two new species. University of California Press, London,pp. Available from [accessed 03 April ]. Google Scholar.

Leite YLR, Patton JL. Genus: Phyllomys: Species: P. lundi. Binomial name; Phyllomys lundi. Leite, Lund's Atlantic tree-rat, (Phyllomys lundi), is a spiny rat species from South America.

It is found in Brazil. References Infonatura; This Echimyidae article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. This. Arboreal spiny rats of the genus Phyllomys are the most diverse group of echimyid rodents in the Atlantic Forest. Many species of Phyllomys have small geographic ranges and are rare in scientific collections.

One of them is Phyllomys kerri known from only three specimens collected in a single locality almost 80 year s ago. The identity and the taxonomic validity of this enigmatic species has. Leite YLR () Evolution and systematics of the Atlantic tree rats, genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with description of two new species.

Univ Calif Publ Zool – Univ Calif Publ Zool –   Emmons et al. (submitted) and Leite () classified the Atlantic tree rats in their own genus Phyllomys, apart from the Amazonian Echimys. In addition, several new species of echimyids have been described in recent years (e.g., Patton et al., ; Silva, ; Vié et al., ).

Materials and methods Specimens. Tree rats of the genus Phyllomys are arboreal rodents endemic to the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Previous phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial DNA resulted in a basal polytomy of species in this genus, suggesting rapid speciation.

Here we expanded this data matrix by adding specimens and both nuclear and mitochondrial genes. We found 2 basal clades: P. pattoni P. mantiqueirensis; and a clade. Phyllomys is a genus of arboreal spiny rat, geographically restricted to the forests of eastern Brazil.

The etymology of the genus name derives from the two ancient greek words φύλλον (phúllon), meaning "plant leaf", and μῦς (mûs), meaning "mouse, rat". Phylogeny. Phyllomys is the sister genus to Echimys, and then to taxa are closely related to the genera. The echimyid rodents of the genus Phyllomys are medium-sized arboreal spiny rats endemic to the Atlantic Forest of Brazil.

The genus is currently composed of 13 species, although there are at least four other undescribed species. The ecology, zoogeography and diversity of the genus.

Leite YL () Evolution and systematics of the Atlantic tree rats, genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with description of two new species.

Berkeley, University of California Press, University of California Publications in Zoology, vol. XV+p. [ Links ] Leite Y, Patterson B () Phyllomys. Phyllomys (Echimyidae, Rodentia) is a genus of Neotropical rodents with available cytogenetic data restricted to six out of 13 species, mainly based on simple staining methods, without detailed.

Evolution and Systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, Genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), With Description of Two New Species Leite, Yuri L. The Evolutionary History and a Systematic Revision of Woodrats of the Neotoma lepida Group. 2 Leite YLR () Evolution and Systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, Genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with Description of T wo New Species (Univ Cal- ifornia Press, Berkeley, CA).

Arboreal spiny rats of the genus Phyllomys are the most diverse group of echimyid rodents in the Atlantic Forest. Many species of Phyllomys have small geographic ranges and are rare in scientific. 2 Leite YLR () Evolution and Systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, Genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with Description of Two New Species (Univ Cal-ifornia Press, Berkeley, CA).

3 Raposo do Amaral F, et al. () The “Atlantis Forest hypothesis” does not explain Atlantic Forest phylogeography. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA E Hershkovitz, P. Systematic review of the Neotropicl water rats of the genus Nectomys (Cricetinae). Miscellaneous Publications, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, 1‑ Hershkovitz, P.

Evolution of Neotropical cricetine rodents (Muridae), with special reference to the phyllotine group. Fieldiana, Zoology, 1‑   Phyllomys is the most diverse genus of the subfamily Echimyinae, and is represented by 12 described species endemic to the Atlantic forest of eastern South America.

We name and describe a new species of Phyllomys based on specimens collected in southern Brazil. This species is closely related to P. dasythrix and has been referred to as “Phyllomys aff. dasythrix” in the literature. London: Reaktion Books, Octavo, paperback, photographs, illustrations.

WAS Reaktion Animal Series. Despite its minuscule size, the mouse has a large presence in earth's animal kingdom and the human imagination. Often regarded in the West as one of the human race's greatest adversaries, the mouse is held in divine regard in Hindu and Buddhist traditions and is found across art, myth.

Echimyidae is the family of neotropical spiny rats and their fossil relatives. This is the most species-rich family of hystricognath rodents. It is probably also the most ecologically diverse, with members ranging from fully arboreal to terrestrial to fossorial to semiaquatic habits.

They presently exist mainly in South America; three members of the family also range into Central America. More Taxa Info; Guides; Places; Site Stats; Help; Video Tutorials; Log In or Sign Up. Utseende. lundi är mindre än de flesta andra arterna i släktet Phyllomys, har svansborsthårtoppar i orange, och har mörkare päls än de andra små arterna med orangea svansborsthårtoppar.I pälsen på ovansidan är flera taggar inblandade.

Undersidan är täckt av krämfärgad till vit päls. På hela längden av den bruna svansen förekommer hår. Yuri L. Leite Evolution and systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with description of two new species - University of California Press,p.

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Diplomys is a genus of rodent in the family Echimyidae. They are found in Costa Rica, Ecuador, Colombia and Panama. Systematics. The genus contains the following species: Colombian soft-furred spiny rat (Diplomys caniceps); Rufous soft-furred spiny rat (Diplomys labilis); Phylogeny.

Diplomys is a member of the Echimyini clade of arboreal Echimyidae rodents. The closest relative of Diplomys is. 만티케이라대서양나무쥐(Phyllomys mantiqueirensis)는 가시쥐과에 속하는 남아메리카 설치류의 일종이다. 브라질 에서 발견된다. [1] [2]. Systematics. The taxonomic content of Echimyinae has been reshaped over time, because of two realizations.

The first is a better understanding of the evolution of morphological characters, leading to the recognition that key character states long used to group genera into higher units were demonstrably second came from the a phylogenetic analysis of molecular sequence data.

Yuri L. Leite Evolution and systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with description of two new species - University of California Press,p.

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Beaver fur drove the exploration of North America, and beavers are heralded as heroes, able to survive climate change by creating wetland habitats. Olallamys is a genus of Andean soft-furred spiny rat that range from Panama through Colombia and Venezuela to northern Ecuador.

These species are typically found. Phyllomys lundi és una espècie de rosegador de la família de les rates espinoses. És endèmica del sud-est del Brasil (Minas Gerais i Rio de Janeiro).El seu hàbitat natural són les selves pluvials perennifòlies de à amenaçada per la fragmentació del seu entorn natural.

El seu nom específic, lundi, és en honor del naturalista danès Peter Wilhelm Lund, que entre altres. Phyllomys mantiqueirensis és una espècie de rosegador de la família de les rates espinoses. És endèmica de Minas Gerais (), on viu a altituds d'uns seu hàbitat natural són les selves pluvials mixtes de montà.L'entorn natural on viu està fragmentat.

El seu nom específic, mantiqueirensis, fou escollit en referència a la localitat tipus de l'espècie, la serralada de la. First proposed over a decade ago by Maddison () and Slowinski & Page (), ‘species tree’ approaches aim to estimate the species tree based on data from multiple gene trees without concatenation of the data (Liu et al., ; Edwards, ).

Although these methods have been framed explicitly in terms of integrating data from different.