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New article In Press
Sunday 27 November 2016

We have released a new Article In Press! The Short Communication entitled “Armadillo consumption by a tiger shark: an ethnozoological contribution” by Márcio Luiz Vargas Barbosa-Filho, Eraldo Medeiros Costa-Neto, Paulo Ribeiro, Martín R. Alvarez and Rômulo Romeu Nóbrega Alves is available at Edentata’s site. We hope you’ll like this interesting article!

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Another article in press!
Tuesday 22 November 2016

We’ve released a new Article In Press entitled ”Mayor altitud registrada para el oso melero, Tamandua tetradactyla (Linnaeus, 1758): 2.355 msnm” (Highest altitude registered for the southern tamandua, Tamandua tetradactyla (Linnaeus, 1758): 2,355 m asl). This field note is co-authored by Norberto Ángel Nigro, Nicolás Lodeiro Ocampo, Fernando Falke and Héctor Nieba. You’ll find it on the Edentata website. Enjoy!

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Article in press about the behavior of Dasypus kappleri
Friday 18 November 2016

We’ve just uploaded another article in press to Edentata’s website: The field note “Transporte de material vegetal por el armadillo espuelón Dasypus kappleri Krauss, 1862 para la construcción de nido en un bosque de galería de los Llanos Orientales de Colombia” (Transport of plant material by greater long-nosed armadillos Dasypus kappleri Krauss, 1862 for nest building in a gallery forest of the Eastern floodplains of Colombia) is ...

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Re-assessment of Chaetophractus vellerosus
Thursday 11 August 2016

Dear colleagues and friends
We are happy to inform you that the global re-assessment of the screaming hairy armadillo (Chaetophractus vellerosus) has recently been published. This re-categorization includes the synonymy with the Andean hairy armadillo (C. nationi; see Abba, A.M., Cassini, G.H., Valverde, G., Tilak, M.-K., Vizcaíno, S.F., Superina, M. and Delsuc, F. 2015. Systematics of hairy armadillos and the taxonomic status of the Andean hairy armadillo (Chaetophractus nationi)...

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The deadline for submitting manuscripts to Edentata is approaching!
Monday 25 July 2016

The deadline for submitting manuscripts to Edentata, the newsletter of the IUCN/SSC Anteater, Sloth and Armadillo Specialist Group, is approaching!
Please send your articles, short communications and field notes no later than August 31 to edentata@xenarthrans.org. Please make sure you follow the instructions to authors that are available at Edentata’s website to avoid any delays in the review process.
We are looking forward to receiving your submissions!

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Research project to map the distribution of giant anteaters in Brazil – we need your help!
Wednesday 11 May 2016

The giant anteater is listed as Vulnerable both at the national and the international level. The main threats to the species are habitat loss, road kills, hunting, and fires. Although it occurs in large parts of Brazil, it is suffering population declines and local extinctions. A research project will model the potential and current distribution of giant anteaters in the Brazilian biomes to identify priority areas for their conservation. This project is the topic of the dissertation of the bi...

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Article In Press on indigenous knowledge about Dasypus kappleri
Monday 11 April 2016

We’ve released our first Article In Press of the year! “Indigenous knowledge about the greater long-nosed armadillo, Dasypus kappleri (Xenarthra: Dasypodidae), in northeastern Peru” is a contribution by David W. Fleck and Robert S. Voss. As always, you’ll find it on the Edentata website. We hope you’ll like this interesting contribution!

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Article on commercial importations of tamanduas into the US
Friday 08 January 2016

The November, 2015 issue of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums News (WAZA News, 4/15) features an article detailing the volume of commercial importations of southern tamanduas into the US. The numbers, derived from the US Fish and Wildlife Service database for animal importations, are pretty daunting. A huge thanks to our Specialist Group member John Gramieri for compiling these data and writing up this interesting article!



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