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Remarks--The worldwide genus Myotis is diverse in southwestern North America, where many species (Myotis auriculus, Myotis californicus, Myotis evotis, Myotis fortidens, Myotis melanorhinus, Myotis occultus, Myotis thysanodes, Myotis velifer, Myotis vivesi, Myotis volans, and Myotis yumanensis) occurred within 500 km of Terapa in historic times (Bogan, 1999; Lopez-Gonzales and Garcia-Mendoza, 2006; Medellin et al.
occultus were made with a Stereoscan S-360 (Cambridge Instruments) scanning electron microscope under a low voltage (1.
Calabuchi EC 5073 Hypochoeris sessiliflora Kunth Chicudia EC 5076 Libanothamnus occultus Nabala EC 5104 (S.
Life history of the spider Selenops occultus Mello-Leitao (Araneae, Selenopidae) from Brazil with notes on the natural history of the genus.
35) Tractatus 36, 2: Inuenimus etiam Herodis non desse personam, cuius ipse diabolus, sicut tunc fuit occultus incetor, ita nunc quoque est indefessus imitator.
infremuit torsitque genas, et fronte relicta surrexere comae; nusquam mandata parentis, nusquam occultus amor, totoque in pectore Troia est.
occultus Ros-Farre & Pujade-Villar), solo se han citado hasta el momento en un solo pais de America.
Recently, the first bat coronavirus in the American Continent, named Rocky Mountain Bat Coronavirus, was detected in Eptesicus fuscus and Myotis occultus insectivorous bats in the USA [6], but hitherto no coronavirus has been reported in non-insectivorous bats.
Insidiator occultus subripuisse fraudibus gaudet: uulpeculis exaequetur.
found coronavirus RNA in bats in North America, particularly Eptesicus fuscus and Myotis occultus (10), 2 species of the genera handled by 25% of the participants in our survey.
Plain spinal X-rays revealed spina bifida occultus, and a subsequent MRI scan revealed Type 1 split cord malformation (diastematomyelia) at the midlumbar level, a tethering lesion that effectively pinions the spinal cord.