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Definition of Didelphid

Didelphid
Didelphid Di*del"phid, a. (Zo["o]l.) Same as Didelphic.
Didelphid
Didelphid Di*del"phid, n. (Zo["o]l.) A marsupial animal.

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- Zimicz; Martin de los Reyes; Leopoldo Soibelzon (2009). "A new large didelphid of the genus Thylophorops (Mammalia: Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae), from...
- estimated to weight around 7 kilograms (15 lb), making it the largest known didelphid of all time. T. perplana/perpl****: The earliest known species, occurring...
- the male genital system of Chironectes minimus and comparison to other didelphid marsupials." Journal of mammalogy 85.5 (2004): 834-841. Anna Salleh (2004-08-05)...
- 1989, with the description of a previously unrecognized clade of small didelphid marsupials". American Museum Novitates. 3482: 1–34. doi:10...
- yapok swims, propelled by its tail and webbed back feet. Unlike other didelphids, the water opossum does not have a cloaca. The water opossum has several...
- the Male Genital system of Chironectes minimus and Comparison to other didelphid marsupials". Journal of Mammalogy. 85 (5): 834–841. doi:10.1644/207. Woolley...
- swimming. It has agile and swift movements, and seems more alert than other didelphids. Gray four-e**** opossums build nests out of dry leaves in hollow trees...
- grams (4.9 oz). The dental formula is 5.1.3.44.1.3.4 – typical of all didelphids. Canines and molars are poorly developed. Differences from Marmosa species...
- in recent years has led to the conclusion that microbiotheres are not didelphids at all, but are instead most closely related to the Australasian marsupials;...
- gives enough morphological data to possibly be a basal metatherian in its didelphid-like morphology; it shares derived traits, such as dental formation and...
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