Di seguito riporto alcuni principali riferimenti bibliografici che il sottoscritto ha consultato e su cui si basa il presente sito, unico in Italia per quanto concerne l’informazione scientifica su questo roditore.

Abbas A., 1988 – Impact du ragondin (Myocastor coypus Molina) sur une culture de maïs (Zea mays L.) dans le marais Poitevin. Acta Oecol.Oecol. Appl., 9: 173-189.

Abbas A., 1991 – Feeding strategy of coypu (Myocastor coypus) in central western France. J. Zool. Lond., 224: 385-401.

Arcangeli G., 2001 – Problematiche sanitarie legate alla presenza della Nutria (Myocastor coypus – Molina, 1782). Atti Conv. Naz. Il controllo della fauna per la prevenzione di danni alle attività socio-economiche. Vercelli, 8-9 maggio 2001.

Arcangeli G., Casati D., Zanellato G., Mutinelli F., 1997 – Stato sanitario della nutria selvatica (Myocastor coypus, Molina. ODV 1: 46-50.

Baker S. J., Clarke C. N., 1988 – Cage trapping coypus (Myocastor coypus) on baited rafts. J. Appl. Ecol., 25: 41-48.

Balestrieri A., Remonti L. & Prigioni C., 2002 – Stato delle conoscenze sulla nutria (Myocastor coypus) in Lombardia e problematiche di gestione. Atti Conv. Naz. La gestione delle specie alloctone in Italia: il caso della nutria e del gambero rosso della Louisiana – Firenze, 24-25 settembre 2002.

Batini G., 1981 – Il fiume dei castori. In: La fauna in Toscana. Ed. Bonechi, Firenze. pp.92.

Bertolino S., Gola L., Perrone A., Bollo E., Modica M., 2001 – Esperienze di controllo della NutriaMyocastor coypus nel Parco del Po tratto vercellese – alessandrino. Atti Conv. Naz. Il controllo della fauna per la prevenzione di danni alle attività socio-economiche. Vercelli, 8-9 maggio 2001.

Boitani L., D’Antoni S., De Stefano R., Reggiani G., Spada F., 1994 (Abstracts) – Preliminaries observations on effects of feeding habits of the coypu (Myocastor coypus) on natural plant communities and crops. I° Convegno Italiano di Teriologia, Pisa.

Brown L., 1975 – Ecological relationships and breeding biology of the nutria (Myocastor coypus) in the Tampa, Florida area. J.Mammal, 56: 928-930.

Carter J., A. Lee Foote, and Lori A. Johnson, 1998 – Nutria-Marsh Biomass-Marsh Area Loss Model.U.S. Geological Survey-National Wetlands Research Center.

Carter J., A. Lee Foote, and Lori A. Johnson-Randall, 1999 – Modeling the effects of nutria (Myocastor coypus) on wetland loss. Wetlands Vol 19(1): 209-219.

Chabreck R. H., 1962 – Daily activity of nutria in Louisiana. J. Mamm., 43(3): 337-344.

Clutton -Brock T. H., S. D. Albon, 1985 – Competition and population regulation in social mammals.In: Silby R. M. & Smith R. H. (Eds.), Behavioural Ecology. Ecological consequences of adaptative behaviour, Blackwell Sci. Publ.: 557-575.

Cocchi R. e Riga F., 2001 – Linee guida per il controllo della Nutria (Myocastor coypus). Quad. Cons. Natura, 5, Min. Ambiente – Ist. Naz. Fauna selvatica.

Coreil P. D., Zwank P. J., Perry H. R. JR., 1988 – Female nutria habitat use in the intermediate marsh zone of Coastal Louisiana. Proc. Louisiana Acad. Sci., 51: 21-30.

Corn M. L., Buck E. H., Rawson J., and Fischer E., 1999 – Harmful Non-Native Species: Issues for Congress Resources, Science, and Industry Division.

Davis R. A., Jenson A. G., 1960 – A note on the distribution of the coypu (Myocastor coypus) in Great Britain. J. Anim. Ecol., 29: 397-398.

D’Antoni S., 1992 – Modelli spaziali e temporali della nutria (Myocastor coypus) nella Riserva Naturale Tevere-Farfa. Tesi di Laurea, Università degli studi di Roma “La Sapienza”, Italy, 99 pp.

De Ciechi R. & Prigioni C., 1998 – Distribuzione ed ecologia della Nutria (Myocastor coypus) nella Valle del Ticino (Italia nord occidentale). Atti Soc. it. Sci. nat. Museo civ. Stor. nat. Milano, 138/1997 (I-II): 13-23.

De Stefano R., 1990/1991 – Aspetti demografici della nutria (Myocastor coypus) nella Riserva Naturale Tevere-Farfa. Tesi di Laurea, Università degli studi di Roma “La Sapienza”, Italy, 120 pp.

D’Antoni S., Pacini A., Cocchieri G., Pittiglio C., Reggiani G., 2002 – L’impatto della Nutria (Myocastor coypus) nella Riserva Naturale Tevere-Farfa (RM). Atti Conv. Naz. La gestione delle specie alloctone in Italia: il caso della nutria e del gambero rosso della Louisiana – Firenze, 24-25 settembre 2002.

Dixon K. R., Willner G. R., Chapman J. A., Lane W. C. & Pursley D., 1979 – Effects of trapping and weather on body weights of feral nutria in Maryland. J. Appl. Ecol., 16: 69-76.

Doncaster C. P., Micol T., 1988 – Comparison of three absolute estimates of coypu abundance from cage trapping. Acta Oecol.Oecol. Gener., 9: 89-99.

Doncaster C. P. & Micol T., 1989 – Annual cycle of a coypu (Myocastor coypus) populations: male and female strategies. J. Zool. Lond. 217: 227-240.

Doncaster C. P. & Micol T., 1990 – Response by coypus to catastrophic events of cold and flooding.Holarct. Ecol. 13: 98-104.

Population structure of coypus (Myocastor coypus) in their region of origin and comparison with introduced populations

M. Laura Guichón 1 *, C. Patrick Doncaster 2 Marcelo H. Cassini 1

1 Departamento de Ciencias Básicas, Universidad Nacional de Luján, Rutas 5 y 7, (6700) Luján, Buenos Aires, Argentina   2 School of Biological Sciences, University of Southampton, Southampton SO16 7PX, U.K.

Correspondence to   *M. Laura Guichón. E-mail: lalifer@vianw.com.ar

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Ehrlich S., 1967 – Field studies in the adaptation of nutria to seasonal variations. Mammalia, 30: 347-360.

Eibl-Eibesfeldt I, 1959 – Einige Beobachtungen an einer in Freiheit gehaltenen weiblichen Biberratte (Myocastor coypus). Der Zool. Garten (NF), 19, 277-283 (1952).

Evans J., 1970 – About nutria and their control. U.S. Fish Wildl. Ser. Res. Publ., 86: 1-65.

Foote A. L., Best G. R., and Johnson L. A., – A Tool for Evaluating Influence of Nutria on Coastal Marsh Sustainability., National Wetlands Research Center, U.S. Geological Survey – Ecological Risk Assessment, Biological Resources Division, 700 Cajundome Boulevard, Lafayette, Louisiana 70506.

Gariboldi A., 1993 – La nutria (Myocastor coypus) in Lombardia. Suppl. Ric. Biol. Selvaggina XXI(1993):259-262.

Gosling L.M., 1974 – The coypu in East Anglia. Trans. Norf. and Nor. Nat. Soc., 23: 49-59.

Gosling L. M., 1977 – Coypu (Myocastor coypus). In G. B. Corbet & Southern H. N. (eds.): The handbook of British mammals. Blackwell Scientific Publs, Oxford, 2nd ed., 256-265.

Gosling L. M., 1979 – The twenty-four hour activity cycle of captive coypus (Myocastor coypus). J. Zool. Lond., 187: 341-367.

Gosling L.M., 1980 – The duration of lactation in feral coypus (Myocastor coypus). J. Zool., 191: 461-474.

Gosling L.M., 1981a – The dynamic and control of a feral coypu populations. In: Chapman J. A. and Pursley D. (Eds.), The furbearer conference proceedings. Univ. Of Maryland, pp. 1806-1825.

Gosling L.M., 1981b – Climatic determinants of spring littering by feral coypu, Myocastor coypus. J. Zool., 195: 281-288.

Gosling L.M., 1986 – Selective abortion of entire litters in the coypu: adaptative control of off-spring production in relation to quality and sex. Am. Nat., 127: 772-797.

Gosling L.M., Baker S.J., 1987 – Planning and monitoring an attempt to eradicate coypus form Britain. Symp. Zool. Soc. Lond., 58: 99-113.

Gosling L.M., Baker S.J., 1989 – Demographic consequences of differences in the ranging behaviour of male and female coypus. In: Putman R.J. (Ed.), Mammals and Pests. Chapman & Hall, London: 155-167.

Gosling L.M., Baker S.J., Skinner J.R., 1983 – A simulation approach to investigating the response of a coypu population to climatic variation. EPPO Bull., 13: 183-192.

Gosling L.M., Guyon G.E., Wright K.M., 1980 – Diurnal activity of feral coypus (Myocastor coypus) during the cold winter of 1978-9. J. Zool., 192: 143-146.

Gosling L.M., Huson L. W. And addison G. C., 1980 – Age estimation of coypus (Myocastor coypus) from eye lens weight. J. Appl. Ecol. 17: 641-647.

Gosling L.M., Skinner J. R., 1984 – Coypu, In: Mason I. L. (Ed.), Evolution of domesticated animals, Longman, London: 246-251.

Gosling L.M., Watt A. D., Baker S.J., 1981 – Continuous retrospective census of the East Anglian coypu population between 1970 and 1979. J. Anim. Ecol., 50: 885-901.

Harris U. T., Webert F., 1962 – Nutria feeding activity and its effect on marsh vegetation in Southwestern Louisiana. United States Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report. Wildlife, 64, 53 pp.

Kohli E., 1995 – Myocastor coypus (Molina, 1782). In: (Eds.) Hausser J., “Mammiferi della Svizzera”, Memorie Accademia Svizzera di Scienze Naturali, Vol. 103.

Lever C., 1977 – The naturalized animals of the British Isles. Hutchinson & Co. Publisher Ltd., London: 110-118.

Linscombe G., Kinler N., Wright U., 1981 – Nutria population density and vegetative changes in brackish marsh in coastal Louisiana. Worldwide Fur. Conf. Proc., August 3-11, 1980, Frostburg, Maryland, 1: 129-141.

Maiocco F. – Il Nutria. Caratteristiche, allevamento, utilizzazione. Soc. Ed. Zootecniche, Roma.

Martignoni C. & Scaravelli D., 1994 (Abstracts) – La nutria (Myocastor coypus) nel Parco del Mincio (Lombardia, Italia settentrionale). I° Congresso Italiano di Teriologia, Pisa.

Moinard C., Doncaster C.P. & Barré H., 1992 – Indirect calorimetry measurements of behavioral thermoregulation in a semiaquatic social rodents, Myocastor coypus. Can. J. Zool., 70: 907-911.

Newson R. M., 1966 – Reproduction in the feral coypu (Myocastor coypus). Symp. Zool. Soc. Lond., 15: 323-334.

Norris J. D., 1967a – A campaign against feral coypus (Myocastor coypus Molina) in Great Britain. J. Appl. Ecol., 4: 191-199.

Norris J. D., 1967b – The control of coypus (Myocastor coypus Molina) by cage trapping. J. Appl. Ecol., 4: 167-189.

Petrini R., Bartolini A. & Venturato E., 2002 – Lungo le rotte migratorie. Progetti di ricerca: la nutria.Atti Conv. Naz. La gestione delle specie alloctone in Italia: il caso della nutria e del gambero rosso della Louisiana – Firenze, 24-25 settembre 2002.

Putman R. J. (Ed.), 1989 – Mammals and Pests. Chapman & Hall, London, 271 pp.

Ragni B., Velatta F., 1988 – Sulla scelta dell’habitat della nutria (Myocastor coypus) populations. Riv. Idrobiol., 27: 575-583.

Reggiani G., Boitani L. and De Stefano R., 1995 – Population dynamics and regulation in the coypuMyocastor coypus in central Italy. Ecography, 18: 138-146, Copenhagen (DK).

Reggiani G., Boitani L., D’Antoni S., De Stefano R., 1993 – Biology and control of the coypu in the Mediterranean area. Suppl. Ric. Biol. Selvaggina, XXI (1993): 67-100, Ozzano Emilia, Bologna.

Riga F. e Cocchi R., 2001 – Approccio generale alle problematiche del controllo della nutria. Atti Conv. Naz. Il controllo della fauna per la prevenzione di danni alle attività socio-economiche. Vercelli, 8-9 maggio 2001.

Ryszkowsky L., 1966 – The space organization of nutria (Myocastor coypus) populations. Symp. Zool. Soc. Lond., 18: 259-265.

Santini L., 1981 – La nutria (Myocastor coypus) allo stato selvatico in Toscana. Frustula Entomol. 1: 273-288.

Santini L., 1983 – I roditori italiani di interesse agrario e forestale. Collana: Promozione Qualità dell’Ambiente. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche AQ/1/232.

Scaramella D. & Motti G., 1988 – Allevamento del castorino. Edagricole, Bologna, 135 pp.

Scaravelli D., 2001 – Gestione di Myocastor coypus in aree campione del parco del Mincio e del Delta del Po. Atti Conv. Naz. Il controllo della fauna per la prevenzione di danni alle attività socio-economiche. Vercelli, 8-9 maggio 2001.

Scaravelli D., 2002 – Evoluzione del popolamento di Myocastor coypus in Provincia di Forlì. Atti Conv. Naz. La gestione delle specie alloctone in Italia: il caso della nutria e del gambero rosso della Louisiana – Firenze, 24-25 settembre 2002.

Scaravelli D. & Martignoni C., 2000 (1998) – Leptospira spp. in Myocastor coypus: risultati di un’indagine sierologica in provincia di Mantova. Suppl. al n.1/2000 Rivista Laguna. Atti Conv. “Aspetti veterinari dell’interazione tra ambiente e animali non convenzionali”. Ozzano Emilia, Bologna.

Spiaggi E.P., Benaglia A. & di Masso R.J., 1998 – The coypu Myocastor coypus – Bull.BEDIM, 7, 1, 12-13 (@bedim 7/1).

Velatta F. & Ragni B., 1991a – Distribuzione della nutria (Myocastor coypus) in Umbria. In Fasola M.: Atti II Semin. Ital. Cans. Faun. Vert., Suppl. Ric. Biol. Selvaggina, XVI: 633-636.

Velatta F. & Ragni B., 1991b – La popolazione di nutria (Myocastor coypus) del Lago Trasimeno. Consistenza, struttura e controllo numerico. Suppl. Ric. Biol. Selvaggina 19: 311-326.

Veronese F. 2002 – Attività di controllo numerico della popolazione di nutria della Provincia di Rovigo: strategie. metodi, difficoltà, gestione e risultati conseguiti dal 1995 ad oggi. Atti Conv. Naz. La gestione delle specie alloctone in Italia: il caso della nutria e del gambero rosso della Louisiana – Firenze, 24-25 settembre 2002.

Watkins S.A. et al., 1995 – The coypu as rodent reservoir of Leptospyra infection in Great Britain.J.Hygiene, 95: 409-17.

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Population structure of coypus (Myocastor coypus) in their region of origin and comparison with introduced populations
Journal of Zoology
Volume 261, Issue 3, Date: November 2003, Pages: 265-272
M. Laura Guichón, C. Patrick Doncaster, Marcelo H. Cassini

Scent marking and resource defence by male coypus (Myocastor coypus)
Journal of Zoology
Volume 234, Issue 3, Date: November 1994, Pages: 423-436
L. M. Gosling, K. H. M. Wright

Facultative variation in the timing of parturition by female coypus (Myocastor coypus), and the cost of delay
Journal of Zoology
Volume 214, Issue 3, Date: March 1988, Pages: 407-415
L. M. Gosling, K. M. H. Wright, G. D. Few

Observations on the Fetal Morphology in Myocastor Coypus Bonariensis (Coypu) (Rodentia, Myocastoridae)
Anatomia, Histologia, Embryologia
Volume 37, Issue 6, Date: December 2008, Pages: 469-474
A. E. Felipe, P. G. Masson

Cloning and Expression in Insect Cells of two Pancreatic Lipases and a Procolipase from Myocastor coypus
European Journal of Biochemistry
Volume 227, Issue 1, Date: January 1995, Pages: 186-193
Kenneth Thirstrup, Frédéric Carrière, Siv A. Hjorth, Poul B. Rasmussen, Per F. Nielsen, Claus Ladefoged, Lars Thim, Esper Boel

Anatomicohistological Characteristics of Female Genital Tubular Organs of the South American Nutria (Myocastor coypus)
Anatomia, Histologia, Embryologia
Volume 27, Issue 4, Date: August 1998, Pages: 245-250
A. Felipe, S. Callejas, J. Cabodevila

Microbial Flora Associated with Louisiana Processed Frozen and Fresh Nutria (Myocastor Coypus) Carcasses
Journal of Food Science
Volume 65, Issue 6, Date: September 2000, Pages: 1041-1045
W.J. Lyon, J.B. Milliet

Morphological Aspects of In Vivo Cleavage in Myocastor coypus (coypu)
Anatomia, Histologia, Embryologia
Volume 33, Issue 2, Date: April 2004, Pages: 75-80
A. E. Felipe, M. T. Teruel, J. A. Cabodevila, S. S. Callejas

Microsatellite DNA markers for the study of population structure and dynamics in nutria (Myocastor coypus)
Molecular Ecology Notes
Volume 5, Issue 1, Date: March 2005, Pages: 124-126
COLLEEN R. CALLAHAN, ANNE P. HENDERSON, MICHAEL S. EACKLES, TIM L. KING

The genital systems of nutria (Myocastor coypus)
The Anatomical Record
Volume 130, Issue 3, Date: March 1958, Pages: 515-531
Howard H. Hillemann, Alta I. Gaynor, Hugh P. Stanley

Annual cycle of a coypu (myocastor coypus) population: male and female strategies
Journal of Zoology
Volume 217, Issue 2, Date: February 1989, Pages: 227-240
C P. DONCASTER, T. MlCOL

The duration of lactation in feral coypus (Myocastor coypus)
Journal of Zoology
Volume 191, Issue 4, Date: August 1980, Pages: 461-474
L. M. Gosling

Climatic determinants of spring littering by feral coypus, Myocastor coypus
Journal of Zoology
Volume 195, Issue 3, Date: November 1981, Pages: 281-288
L. M. Gosling

Diurnal activity of feral coypus (Myocastor coypus) during the cold winter of1978–9
Journal of Zoology
Volume 192, Issue 2, Date: October 1980, Pages: 143-146
L. M. Gosling, G. E. Guyon, K. M. H. Wright

The twenty-four hour activity cycle of captive coypus (Myocastor coypus)
Journal of Zoology
Volume 187, Issue 3, Date: March 1979, Pages: 341-367
L. M. Gosling

Aspects of the Cardiovascular Nervous Control in a Mammalian Diver (Myocastor Coypus)
Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
Volume 82, Issue 4, Date: August 1971, Pages: 439-446
B. Folkow, B. Lisander, B. Öberg

A Simulation Approach to Investigating the Response of a Coypu Population to Climatic Variation1
EPPO Bulletin
Volume 13, Issue 2, Date: January 1983, Pages: 183-192
L.M. GOSLING, S.J. BAKER, J.R. SKINNER

The reproductive success of female coypus in a feral population: variation in relation to age, fat reserves and the availability of mates
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society
Volume 95, Issue 2, Date: February 1989, Pages: 149-149
L. M. GOSLING

Response by coypus to catastrophic events of cold and flooding
Ecography
Volume 13, Issue 2, Date: April 1990, Pages: 98-104
C. P. Doncaster, T. Micol

The eradication of muskrats and coypus from Britain
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
Volume 38, Issue 1, Date: September 1989, Pages: 39-51
L. M. GOSLING, S. J. BAKER

Population dynamics and regulation in the coypu Myocastor coypus in central Italy
Ecography
Volume 18, Issue 2, Date: June 1995, Pages: 138-146
Gabriella Reggiani, Luigi Boitani, Rita Stefano

Anatomicohistological Characteristics of the Ovary of the Coypu (Myocastor coypus)
Anantomia, Histologia, Embryologia
Volume 28, Issue 2, Date: April 1999, Pages: 89-96
A. Felipe, J. Cabodevila, S. Callejas

Gross and microscopic anatomy of the digestive system of the nutria, Myocastor coypu bonariensis (Geoffroy)
Journal of Morphology
Volume 112, Issue 3, Date: May 1963, Pages: 319-333
John A. Wagner

Histology of the reproductive organs of nutria, myocastor coypus (molina)
Journal of Morphology
Volume 106, Issue 3, Date: May 1960, Pages: 277-299
Hugh P. Stanley, Howard H. Hillemann

The definitive architecture of the placentae of nutria, Myocastor coypus (Molina)
American Journal of Anatomy
Volume 109, Issue 3, Date: November 1961, Pages: 299-317
Howard H. Hillemann, Alta I. Gaynor

Distribution of cholinesterase in the basal rhinencephalic structures of the coypu (Myocastor coypus)
The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Volume 129, Issue 1, Date: January 1967, Pages: 85-95
M. Girgis

Health status of a population of nutria (Myocastor coypus) living in a protected area in Italy
Research in Veterinary ScienceVolume 75, Issue 1August 2003Pages 21-25
E. Bollo, P. Pregel, S. Gennero, E. Pizzoni, S. Rosati, P. Nebbia, B. Biolatti

Catecholamine content and histology of the adrenal glands of the nutria (Myocastor coypus)
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: PhysiologyVolume 48, Issue 31 July 1974Pages 539-542, IN1-IN2, 543-546
P.A. Katomski, F.L. Ferrante

Fetal growth and development of the coypu (Myocastor coypus): Prenatal growth, tooth eruption, and cranial ossification
Mammalian Biology – Zeitschrift fur SaugetierkundeVolume 73, Issue 51 September 2008,Pages 350-357
Keiko Sone, Kazuhiro Koyasu, Shuji Kobayashi, Sen-ichi Oda

Thermoregulatory significance of non-evaporative heat loss from the tail of the coypu (Myocastor coypus) and the tammar-wallaby (Macropus eugenii)
Journal of Thermal BiologyVolume 12, Issue 1June 1987Pages 15-18
R. Krattenmacher, K. Rübsamen

Détermination rapide du sexe chez des embryons de ragondin, Myocastor coypus, dès les premiers stades de gestationFast and reliable sex identification in early stage of gestation in myocastor coypus.
Comptes Rendus de l’Académie des Sciences – Series III – Sciences de la VieVolume 324, Issue 4April 2001Pages 321-325
Pascale Garcia-Meunier, Laurence Pastout, Guillemette Chevalier, Christophe Guinet

Dental and skull anomalies in feral coypu, Myocastor coypus
Archives of Oral BiologyVolume 49, Issue 10October 2004Pages 849-854
Keiko Sone, Kazuhiro Koyasu, Sen-ichi Oda

Foot-and-mouth disease in Myocastor coypus
Journal of Comparative PathologyVolume 77, Issue 2April 1967Pages 217-220
Maureen Capel-Edwards

Foraging behaviour of coypus Myocastor coypus: why do coypus consume aquatic plants?
Acta OecologicaVolume 24, Issues 5-6December 2003Pages 241-246
M. L. Guichón, V. B. Benítez, A. Abba, M. Borgnia, M. H. Cassini

Effect of GH and IGF-I treatment on reproduction, growth, and plasma hormone concentrations in domestic nutria (Myocastor coypus)
General and Comparative EndocrinologyVolume 131, Issue 3May 2003Pages 296-301
A. V. Sirotkin, D. Mertin, K. Süvegová, A. V. Makarevich, E. Mikulová

Renal Neoplasia in Coypus (Myocastor coypus)
The Veterinary JournalVolume 158, Issue 2September 1999Pages 144-151
I. F. KEYMER, G. A. H. WELLS, H. L. AINSWORTH

Evolution of South American spiny rats (Rodentia, Echimyidae): the star-phylogeny hypothesis revisited
Molecular Phylogenetics and EvolutionVolume 25, Issue 3December 2002Pages 455-464
Yuri L. R. Leite, James L. Patton

Redescription of Hippocrepis myocastoris (Digenea: Notocotylidae) in the Coypu Myocastor coypus (Rodentia: Myocastoridae) from Patagonia, Argentina

Verónica R. Flores, Norma Brugni, Carlos A. Rauque

Comparative Parasitology July 2007 : Vol. 74, Issue 2, pg(s) 233-236

SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND GROUP FORMATION IN THE COYPU (MYOCASTOR COYPUS) IN THE ARGENTINEAN PAMPAS

M. Laura Guichón, Mariela Borgnia, Carina Fernández Righi, Guillermo H. Cassini, and Marcelo H. Cassini

Journal of Mammalogy February 2003 : Vol. 84, Issue 1, pg(s) 254-262

Regional differences in hindgut structure and function in the nutria, Myocastor coypus

R. L. Snipes, H. Hörnicke, G. Björnhag and W. Stahl

Cell and Tissue Research, Volume 252, Number 2 / May, 1988

Modeling the effects of nutria(Myocastor coypus) on wetland loss

Jacoby Carter, A. Lee Foote and A. Johnson-Randall

Wetlands, Volume 19, Number 1 / March, 1999

Long-term cost-effectiveness of coypu (Myocastor coypus) control in Piedmont (Italy)

Sandro Bertolino and Ramona Viterbi

Biological Invasions

A mortality survey of free range nutria ( Myocastor coypus )

Pablo Martino, Juan C. Sassaroli, José Calvo, Jorge Zapata and Eduardo Gimeno

European Journal of Wildlife Research, Volume 54, Number 2 / May, 2008

Behaviors and nutritional importance of coprophagy in captive adult and young nutrias (Myocastor coypus)

T. Takahashi and E. Sakaguchi

Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology, Volume 168, Number 4 / May, 1998

Dermatophytes and other keratinophilic fungi from coypus (Myocastor coypus) and brown rats (Rattus norvegicus)

Roberto Papini, Simona Nardoni, Roberto Ricchi and Francesca Mancianti

European Journal of Wildlife Research, Volume 54, Number 3 / August, 2008

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