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Armadillo bibliography update
Thursday 21 January 2010

We've added two citations to the armadillo bibliography:The first one is a thesis on the natural history of Chaetophractus nationi, one of the many Xenarthra species of which we don't know much. The second one describes the wildlife trade and use on a local market in Cochabamba, Bolivia; C.nationi was one of the most commonly traded mammals.


PéREZ-ZUBIETA, J. C. 2008. Algunos aspectos de la historia natural del quirquincho andino en hábitats aledaños a tres locali...

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Silky anteaters in the news
Monday 11 January 2010

This week, the Brazilian Conservation Site O Eco is featuring Flávia Miranda's research on silky anteaters. The note includes pictures and videos and can be read here (in Portuguese). Enjoy!

Celebrate 2010, the International Year of Biodiversity, with 'Species of the Day'
Saturday 09 January 2010

With mounting scientific evidence of a serious extinction crisis, it’s time to take action.
 
In order to increase awareness of the enormous variety of life, and raise the profile of threatened species across the globe, the IUCN has launched The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ “Species of the Day”.
To coincide with the International Year of Biodiversity, for each day of 2010 this exciting new venture will see a different species bein...

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2010 is the International Year of Biodiversity
Thursday 07 January 2010

The United Nations has declared 2010 the International Year of Biodiversity. It is a celebration of life on earth and of the value of biodiversity for our lives. The International Year of Biodiversity is a unique opportunity to increase understanding of the vital role that biodiversity plays in sustaining life on Earth. Read more about biodiversity, upcoming worldwide celebrations, and how you can become involved on http://www.cbd.int/2010/welcome/

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Welcome to our new site!
Thursday 07 January 2010

Our brand new website is now up and running! Please help us keeping this site up to date and send us your field news and other contributions. You will find a new issue of Edentata under "Edentata Newsletter". The armadillo bibliography has been updated and corrected, and for your convenience, we have also uploaded a document containing only citations from 2009. We are looking forward to receiving your feedback!

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