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longifolia and groups of Glossodia, Caladenia, Diuris, Thelymitra and Microtis. Maximum numbers were seen in July to October, followed by a few late spring-summer species including Calochilus robertsonii, P.
microtis rats and the first HPS case in Amazonas State, with no etiologic identification so far, have been reported (3,9).
Especies PNLCh TM Tlacuatzin caneseens X Leopardus pardalis X Herpailwus yaguawundi X Latina longicaudis X Mephitis macroura X Potos flavus X Balantiopteiyx plicata X Saccopteryx bilineala X Micronycteris microtis X Pteronatus partidla X Glossophaga morenol X Lcptonycteris yerbabuenac X Leptonycteris nivalis X Sturnira ludovici X Centuria senex X My otis fortidens X Cuadro 3.
The most frequently trapped rodents were 155 (42.8%) Oligoryzomys microtis mice, 49 (13.5%) Necromys lenguarum mice, 41 (11.3%) Hylaeamys spp.
Sin embargo, durante una exhaustiva evaluacion de parasitos de mamiferos y aves llevado a cabo en el ano 1999 en la localidad de Aguas calientes (Shintuya Reserva de Biosfera de Manu, Madre de Dios, Peru) a 790 m sobre el nivel del mar, se capturaron 2 especimenes (macho y hembra) de Atelocynus microtis Sclater, 1882, perro de orejas cortas.
Species N Availability Average % N % weight Biomass Sigmodon hispidus 154 2 167.5 83.69 84.6 Tylomys nudicaudus 13 1 310.5 7.06 13.2 Oryzomys chapmani 9 0 24 4.89 0.70 Liomys irroratus 4 0 42 2.17 0.55 Micronycteris microtis 1 0 6.25 0.54 0.02 Mimon cozumelae 1 0 35 0.54 0.11 Vampyrum spectrum 1 0 158 0.54 0.51 Artibeus jamaicensis 1 59 45 0.54 0.14
Despite the low number of captures of Oligoryzomys microtis in this study, it is common to capture this genus in altered areas and open habitats (Stallings, 1989; Pardini, 2004; Pires et al., 2002).
For example, the first axis of a NMS ordination described a gradient of sites with greater representation of short-eared dog (Atelocynus microtis) and red brocket deer to those with greater representation of giant armadillo, jaguar, and ocelot.
In Bolivia, the first hantavirus identified was Rio Mamore virus (RIOMV), which was isolated from a pygmy rice rat (Oligoryzomys microtis) (17) but has not been associated with human disease.