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Definition of the noun marmota
What does marmota mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- lexical domain: Animals - nouns denoting animals
- synonym of Marmota: genus Marmota
- more generic term: mammal genus = a genus of mammals
- member of: family Sciuridae / Sciuridae = a mammal family of true squirrels including: ground squirrels; marmots; chipmunks; flying squirrels
- member: marmot = stocky coarse-furred burrowing rodent with a short bushy tail found throughout the northern hemisphere
Marmota is a fictional character from the 2004 film Mala leche.
Phrases with Marmota
Phrases starting with the word Marmota:
- Marmota bobak
- marmota monax
- Marmota broweri
- Marmota caudata
- Marmota marmota
- Marmota olympus
- marmota caligata
- Marmota sibirica
- Marmota baibacina
- Marmota menzbieri
- Marmota himalayana
- Marmota Bobak Bobak
Phrases ending with the word Marmota:
- Mus Marmota
- genus marmota
- Chatia Marmota
- Augyles Marmota
- Gymnetron Marmota
- Shunsennia Marmota
- Heterocerus Marmota
- Species Mus Marmota
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Marmota
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Annual Report (1906)
by Kansas State Agricultural College. Experiment Station
Genus MARMOTA Zimmerman. The genus Marmota is the largest of the North American Sciuridae. The form is stout ...
Marmot Biology (2014)
Sociality, Individual Fitness, and Population Dynamics by Kenneth B. Armitage
marmota is the oldest of the Palearctic species. M. broweri is now considered an ancient species and could be a sister species of M. monax (Steppan et al. 2011). Karyotype analysis and molecular analyses provide ...
The genus Marmota is the largest of the North American Sciuridse. The form is stout and heavy, the legs short ; tail short, ...
by Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station
The genus Marmota is the largest of the North American Sciuridte ...
Social Behavior and Ecology by David P. Barash
marmota is a recent immigrant to the high mountains, having been driven into the talus and meadows by substantial hunting pressure in the lowlands, paralleling the experience of ...
by Aletta Bonn, Tim Allott, Klaus Hubacek, Jon Stewart
For example, the alpine marmot Marmota marmota is a member of a worldwide group of burrowing squirrels, with about fourteen species; some live in lowland habitats (e.g. M. monax in America, M. bobak in Eurasia) whereas others, such as ...
by Gary A. Heidt
WOODCHUCK Marmota monax NAME Marmota is the Latin name for " marmot." The specific name, monax, is an American Indian name for "the digger.
Mammals of Illinois (2002)
by Donald F. Hoffmeister
Marmota is a ground squirrel, in contrast to tree or flying squirrels. It differs from Spermophilus as follows: tail short relative to length of body (usually 34% or less, rather than more), interorbital breadth of skull much greater than postorbital ...
The genus Marmota is the largest of the North American Sciuridae_ The form is stout and heavy, the legs short; tail short, stout and hairy ; cheek pouches small; fore feet with a rudimentary pollex having a flat nail; skull "heavy. Six species and ...
Annual Report of the Agricultural Experiment Station at the Kansas State Agricultural College, Manhattan (1906)
by Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station
The genus Marmota is the largest of the North American Seiuridse.
by Maurice Burton, Robert Burton
l MARMOTS CLASS Mammalia order Rodentia family Sciuridae geni sand SPECIES 14 species, including bobak, Marmota bobak; alpine marmot, M. marmota; and hoary marmot, M. caligata ALTERNATIVE NAMES Bobak: Himalayan ...
by Vin T. Sparano
(Marmota. monax). RANGE: Five-hundred-million woodchucks are said to inhabit North America, ranging from eastern Alaska to Labrador, south in the central and eastern United States to Arkansas and Alabama, respectively, and to northern ...
Encyclopedia of Ecology (2014)
and the rodent Marmota bobac in Eastern Europe ...
Encyclopedia of Ukraine (2016)
Volume I: A-F plus Map and Gazetteer by Volodymyr Kubijovyc
In the 19th century the wolverine and flying squirrel disappeared from the forest zone; the tarpan, saiga, and ruddy ground squirrel disappeared from the steppe and foreststeppe zone; the alpine marmot (Marmota marmota), willow grouse ...
Medical Lexicon. A New Dictionary of Medical Science, containing a concise account of the various subjects and terms, ... and formulae for ... preparations etc. Third edition (1844)
~ '- - - - l 102 Marmota boblic,—Bobae, House mouse. - - - - - Arctomys marmota, mamot,-in summer, ...
The Dictionary of Virology (2009)
by Brian W.J. Mahy
A species in the genus Orthohepadnavirus, affecting woodchucks, Marmota monax, over a broad area of the eastern USA. Does not infect other species such ...
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
Arctomys marmota . Common marmot . . S. Europe . |Disagreeable. - monax . | Maryland marmot . . N. America . Good. z bobac...
A Dictionary of Zoology (2003)
by Michael Allaby
marmota (marmot, woodchuck, groundhog) See Sciuridae. marsh A more or less permanently wet area ofmineral soil (as opposed to a peaty area), typically found around the edges of martins a lake or on an undrained river ...
by George Ripley
marmota, Schreb.) is 18 in. long, the tail 2|- in. ; the color is yellowish gray, with the top of the head dark gray, russet at the base of the tail, and incisors yellow. The form is clumsy, the movements slow, and ...
by Bo Beolens, Michael Watkins, Michael Grayson
Lycaon pictus Otomys orestes Gerbillus agag Cryptonanus agricolai Halmaturus binoe Lepilemur ahmansoni Marmota broweri Ursus arctos dalli Platyrrhinus albericoi Myotis alcathoe Pappogeomys alcorni Paraxerus alexandri Crossarchus ...
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