New World porcupines

New World porcupines

Order : Rodentia
Suborder : Hystricognathi
Family : Erethizontidae

 

Animals in the family Erethizontidae

North American porcupine
Mexican hairy dwarf porcupine
Facts about the family Erethizontidae, the New World porcupines

Coendou Sphiggurus Erethizon Echinoprocta The New World porcupines are large terrestrial rodents, distinguished by their spiny covering from which they take their name.

(references)Non-English Usage: "Erethizontidae" is also a word in the following language with English translations in parentheses.

:Animalia :Chordata :Mammalia :Rodentia FamilyErethizontidae Genera Coendou Sphiggurus Erethizon Echinoprocta The New World porcupines are large terrestrial rodents, distinguished by their spiny covering from which they take their name.

Erethizontidae Family The Erethizontidae is a family of rodents commonly known as the New World porcupines.

Erethizontidae(New World porcupines): The Erethizontidae is a family of rodents commonly known as the New World porcupines.

New World porcupines are nocturnal and generally live solitarily or in pairs.

Scientific classification Kingdom:Animalia Phylum:Chordata Class:Mammalia Order:Rodentia FamilyErethizontidae Genera Coendou Sphiggurus Erethizon Echinoprocta The New World porcupines are large terrestrial rodents, distinguished by their spiny covering from which they take their name.

The Erethizontidae is a family http://animaldiversity.

The Erethizontidae is a family of rodents commonly known as the New World porcupines.

The family Erethizontidae is made up of the new world porcupines.

The geologic range of Erethizontidae is Oligocene to Recent in South America, and late Pliocene to Recent in North America.

The most common of the new world porcupines is the forest living North American porcupine.

The prehensile-tailed porcupine, like other New World porcupines, is very near-sighted and has a keen sense of touch, hearing and smell.

The New World porcupines are large terrestrial rodents, distinguished by their spiny covering from which they take their name. (Wiki)

Main Entry: erethizontidae erethizontidae is one of more than 1,000,000 entries available at Merriam-WebsterUnabridged. (Full text)

Custom Search
Contact Us | ©2011 TheWebsiteOfEverything.com | Privacy information | New World porcupines