Didelphis

The six species in the genus Didelphis, commonly known as large American opossums, are members of the Didelphimorphia order. The genus is composed of cat-sized omnivorous species, and are recognized on their prehensile tails and the tendency to `play possum` (feign dead) when cornered. The largest species, the Virginia opossum, is the only marsu.....
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Didelphis

genus Didelphis noun type genus of the family Didelphidae
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Didelphis

A genus of marsupials, commonly called opossums, that serve as reservoir hosts of Trypanosoma cruzi. Didelphis marsupialis is the common North American variety; Didelphis paraguayensis is a South American form. ... Origin: G. Di-, two, + delphys, womb ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Didelphis

Type: Term Pronunciation: dī-del′fis Definitions: 1. A genus of marsupials, commonly called opossum, that serve as reservoir hosts of Trypanosoma cruzi. Didelphis marsupialis is the common North American variety; Didelphis paraguayensis is a South American form.
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Didelphis

[n] - type genus of the family Didelphidae
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