Talpa

(from the article `mole`) ...moschata) of central Eurasia, which weighs 100 to 220 grams and has a body 18 to 22 cm long and a tail nearly as long. The nine species of Old ...
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Talpa

• (n.) A genus of small insectivores including the common European mole.
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Talpa

[genus] Talpa is a genus in the mole family Talpidae. Among the first taxa in science, Carolus Linnaeus used the Latin word for `moles`, talpa, in his Regnum Animale to refer to the commonly known European form of mole. The group has since been expanded to include nine species, found primarily in Europe and western Asia. The common European...
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Talpa

Tal'pa noun [ Latin , mole.] (Zoology) A genus of small insectivores including the common European mole.
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talpa

mole or similar mark on the body
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