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Edentata - Call for papers
Thursday 07 July 2011

Edentata, the newsletter of the IUCN/SSC Anteater, Sloth and Armadillo Specialist Group, is inviting authors to submit contributions for the upcoming issue of Edentata.
We plan to publish Edentata 12 in December 2011. The deadline for submitting manuscripts is August 15. We kindly remind you that updated instructions for authors are available in English, Spanish and Portuguese at Edentata's website, http://www.xenarthrans.org/bibliograph...

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Armadillo bibliography update
Thursday 07 July 2011

The armadillo bibliography has been updated! It now contains the titles of 3361 articles, books, dissertations, and congress abstracts. The updated list is available here. Please help keeping this list up to date by informing the author about any mistakes or missing titles. Thank you!

Handbook of the Mammals of Paraguay: Xenarthrans
Friday 18 March 2011

The Handbook of the Mammals of Paraguay project is a free, online, downloadable Handbook produced by FAUNA Paraguay. Complete handbook accounts for Volume 2: Xenarthra are now available online at www.faunaparaguay.com/mammhb2.html. Each handbook account provides a thorough review of the published literature for each of the species occurring in Paraguay - 2 species of Myrmecophagidae and 12 species of Dasypodidae - and is updated regularly as new material becomes available.

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Edentata 11(2) is now available!
Tuesday 01 February 2011

It is with great pleasure that we announce the publication of the most recent issue of our Newsletter Edentata. It is available free of charge in the Bibliography section of our website.
Edentata 11(2)
is entirely dedicated to the 2009/2010 Xenarthra Assessment for the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. In this issue, you will find fact sheets and updated range maps for all 31 extant xenarthrans, as well as descriptions of their conservati...

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Another xenarthran in IUCN's Species of the Day program!
Thursday 30 December 2010

Look who's today's Species of the Day: The giant anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla)! This species has only recently been re-classified as Vulnerable by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. For additional information on this amazing species, please download the attached file and stay tuned for Edentata 11(2)!

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The pink fairy armadillo is today's species of the day!
Thursday 04 November 2010

The pink fairy armadillo (Chlamyphorus truncatus) has been featured today in IUCN's Species of the Day program. This smallest of all armadillos is currently classified as Data Deficient due to the lack of basic information on its distribution, population status, and the threats its wild populations are facing.



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Edentata 11(1) is now available!
Monday 25 October 2010

The latest issue of our Newsletter Edentata is now available online! For your convenience, we have uploaded two versions: one in low resolution, as well as a high resolution version for those of you who wish to print our Newsletter. Enjoy!

The giant armadillo is today's Species of the Day!
Monday 27 September 2010

Another xenarthran has made it into IUCN's Species of the Day program: The giant armadillo Priodontes maximus, which is currently classified as Vulnerable. The factsheet, which you can download below, features a great picture taken by Carly Vynne, plus information on the threats this fascinating species is facing.



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