Definition of G murinus. Meaning of G murinus. Synonyms of G murinus

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Definition of G murinus

G murinus
Galago Ga*la"go, n.; pl. Galagos. [Native name.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of African lemurs, including numerous species. Note: The grand galago (Galago crassicaudata) is about the size of a cat; the mouse galago (G. murinus)is about the size of a mouse.

Meaning of G murinus from wikipedia

- The green anaconda (Eunectes murinus), also known as the giant anaconda, common anaconda, common water boa or sucuri, is a boa species found in South...
- Wikimedia Commons has media related to Graphiurus murinus. C****ola, F.; Child, M.F. (2016). "Graphiurus murinus". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2016:...
- The mouse catshark (Galeus murinus) is a species of catshark and part of the family Scyliorhinidae. It is common in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean from...
- Mouse catshark (G. murinus) Broadfin sawtail catshark (G. nipponensis) Peppered catshark (G. piperatus) African sawtail catshark (G. polli) G. priapus Blacktip...
- five Galeus species, G. eastmani, G. gracilis, and G. sauteri were grouped into one clade and G. melastomus and G. murinus grouped into another. Galeus fossils...
- pigmented denticles that form complex patterns like spots (e.g. Zebra shark) and stripes (e.g. Tiger shark). These markings are important for camouflage...
- been observed in E. murinus, E. notaeus, and E. deschauenseei, and likely also occur in E. beniensis. In the green anaconda (E. murinus) up to 13 males have...
- prey. Numerous fish, crustaceans, sea birds, sea snakes, marine mammals (e.g. bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops), common dolphins (Delphinus), spotted dolphins...
- opportunistic predators that feed primarily on small fish (e.g. stingrays) and some invertebrates (e.g. crustaceans, molluscs, tunicates). They are typically...
- University Press (2011), ISBN 978-0-19-539294-4 Withers, P. C.; Morrison, G.; Guppy, M. (May 1994). "Buoyancy Role of Urea and TMAO in an Elasmobranch...