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  1. Picadillo the Armadillo (Spanish Edition)
  2. Mama, Can Armadillos Swim? by Francine Poppo Rich, 2004-11-30
  3. Development of the nine-banded armadillo from the primitive streak stage to birth: with especial reference to the question of specific polyembryony by Horatio Hackett Newman, John Thomas Patterson, 2010-09-08
  4. Armadillos Incognito by David Sell, 1983-03
  5. The Amazing Armadillo: Geography of a Folk Critter by Larry L. Smith, Robin W. Doughty, 1984-11
  6. Armadillo Comics #2 by Jim and Meggan Durden, Captain Beefheart Franklin, 1971
  7. Beginning of the Armadillos by Rudyard Kipling Retold by Vatsala Kaul, 2009-05-01
  8. Biography of an armadillo by Alice Lightner Hopf, 1975
  9. The armadillo, by Theodore W Munch, 1958
  10. Foraging Ovenbird Follows Armadillo.: An article from: Wilson Bulletin by Douglas J. Levey, 1999-09-01
  11. Diggy Armadillo Goes to the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, Book Two: Looking for Rosita by Ann Pugh, 1993-10
  12. Armadillo by Stephen March, 2003-06-17
  13. The armadillo (Sunshine books) by Jane Elliott, 1994
  14. Armadillo by William Boyd, 1999-04-16

81. Whimsical Arts: Armadillos
armadillos, There are 1 pieces of armadillos Displaying page 1 of 1 EstabanArmadillo $68.00. Mailing PO Box 3500 309 Sisters, OR 97759 Tel.

82. NSiS: Florida Wildlife - Armadillos
armadillos. armadillos (Dasypodidae) are the only mammals in Florida withan exoskeleton. The beautyberries. armadillos breed in July or August.
Armadillos Armadillos ( Dasypodidae ) are the only mammals in Florida with an exoskeleton. The Nine-banded Armadillo Dasypus novemcinctus , introduced to Florida in the early 1900's, is found statewide in areas with dense ground cover and sandy soil. It is covered with stiff, bony plates. Nine bands of plates cover the body from shoulder to hip and 12 bands cover the long tail. It has a small, tapered head and snout and a long tongue. Its ears are long and hairless. It has sparse white hairs on its belly. It is primarily nocturnal, sedentary, solitary, and a burrower. It digs a series of dens. The multiple entrances are usually protected by stumps, palmettos, or trees. Many other animals also use armadillo dens. Its diet is composed of insects, especially beetles, and other invertebrates plus some plant foods such as cedars and beautyberries Armadillos breed in July or August. Each litter is composed of identical quadruplets, the result of a single egg splitting. All are either male or female. Litters are usually born in March or April. The young begin following the mother the day they are born. When pursued, an armadillo can dig a burrow and disappear in just a few seconds. The nine-banded armadillo cannot roll into a ball to protect itself but a South American armadillo can.

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84. Stuffed Armadillos Page 1 : All Plush : Stuffed Plush Animals And Toys
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85. Rudyard Kipling : The Beginning Of The Armadillos
Amount you would like to donate $. Rudyard Kipling, The Beginning of the armadillos.THIS, O Best Beloved, is another story of the High and FarOff Times.
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... Resources Tip Jar Show your support by leaving a tip! Donate $5 and use this site ad-free! [More info...] Donate via 2Checkout: Amount you would like to donate $ Rudyard Kipling The Beginning of the Armadillos THIS, O Best Beloved, is another story of the High and Far-Off Times. In the very middle of those times was a Stickly- Prickly Hedgehog, and he lived on the banks of the turbid Amazon, eating shelly snails and things. And he had a friend, a Slow- Solid Tortoise, who lived on the banks of the turbid Amazon, eating green lettuces and things. And so that was all right, Best Beloved. Do you see? But also, and at the same time, in those High and Far-Off Times, there was a Painted Jaguar, and he lived on the banks of the turbid Amazon too; and he ate everything that he could catch. When he could not catch deer or monkeys he would eat frogs and beetles; and when he could not catch frogs and beetles he went to his Mother Jaguar, and she told him how to eat hedgehogs and tortoises. She said to him ever so many times, graciously waving her tail, 'My son, when you find a Hedgehog you must drop him into the water and then he will uncoil, and when you catch a Tortoise you must scoop him out of his shell with your paw.' And so that was all right, Best Beloved.

86. American Scientist: Polyembryony In Armadillos
MayJune 1998. Polyembryony in armadillos Abstract Nine-banded armadillos areunusual enough in appearance, but their reproduction is even more curious.

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armadillo, natural history, kin selection, reproduction, quadruplets W. J. Loughry, Paulo A. Prodöhl, Colleen M. McDonough and John C. Avise Abstract
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87. "armadillos" - Discovery School's Clip Art Art Gallery - Discovery Channel Schoo
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88. Interests
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89. Florida Armadillos
EARTHWATCH EXPEDITION Florida armadillos Research Mission Exploringthe behavior of armadillos to understand population dynamics,
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Team V: Jul 5-12, 2003 Team VI: Jul 15-22, 2003 Team VII: Jul 24-31, 2003 Team VIII: Aug 2-9, 2003 SHARE OF COSTS: LAST UPDATE: Earthwatch teams working with Drs. Jim Loughry and Colleen McDonough (both of Valdosta State University, Georgia) have found an apparent decrease in armadillo numbers here in the past two years. Their pioneering research at Tall Timbers Research Station, the first long-term field study of armadillo population biology, could unravel the roles of drought, forest management practices, and disease that contribute to armadillo population dynamics. You can help them explore the population structure, spatial distribution, and behavior of these enigmatic animals in majestic pine forests and lush hardwood hammocks. Field Conditions: A famed site for studying fire ecology, Tall Timbers also is a center for research on wildlife ecology and forest restoration. You will share rooms and cooking chores in dormitory-style houses, eating your largest meal in the early afternoon, before leaving for the field.

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91. Armadillos, Armadillo Control, Armadillo Traps
A brief article on how to control armadillos by the use of repellentsandlive animal traps. armadillos, Armadilloes, Armadillo. Problems
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Problems: Most armadillo damage occurs when the animals root in lawns, flower beds and vegetable gardens. They may also damage driveways and house foundations by burrowing underneath. Food sources: Armadillos eat grubs, earthworms, mole crickets and other invertebrates that live in the soil. Armadillos are only active at night or on cloudy days. They make numerous shallow holes while rooting for their food, very similar to what a pig would do. ARMADILLO CONTROL Short Term Control: Good success has been had using two different repellents, Whole Control and Ropel Granules . Spray the Whole Control over the area to be protected at twice the label rate. For armadillo control one quart of Whole Control will cover 2500 square feet (5000 sq. ft. for moles). Water the Whole Control immediately into the soil after applying. This product makes the soil taste extremely bitter. Sprinkle the Ropel Granules over the area needed to be protected. One 3.25 container of Ropel Granules will cover about 300 square feet. Ropel has a foul odor and will repel most mammals. Neither Whole Control or Ropel Granules will hurt flowers or grass, each product will last about 2 months.

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93. Amazon Handicrafts - Armadillos
armadillos. carved armadillos photo. click gallery. armadillos are rarelyseen in the wild but are popular subjects for local artisans.
ARMADILLOS click on the image to return to the gallery Armadillos are rarely seen in the wild but are popular subjects for local artisans. The example in the middle was carved by Antonio, who suffers from the effects of leprosy. (See .) Native Indians believe armadillos cause leprosy and scientific studies show that armadillos carry the bacteria. However, the connection between exposure to armadillos and acquiring the disease is unproven. next photo

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95. Mathsoft: Mathsoft Unsolved Problems: Sleeping Habits Of Armadillos
Sleeping Habits of armadillos. A mathematical model for the required heatflux, especially appropriate for two armadillos, was proposed in 1,,2191,00.html
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where r is distance. It is clear on both physical and numerical grounds that S(r) is strictly increasing for 1 . However, in the twenty years since the model first appeared, no one has rigorously proved this fact. The problem is equivalent to showing that
k (r) denotes the Chebyshev polynomial of degree k of the second kind.
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  • 96. Edentata Or Xenarthra (Armadillos, Anteaters, And Sloths)
    Edentata or Xenarthra (armadillos, Anteaters, and Sloths). Northern Tamandua Tamandua mexicana Animal Diversity Web. armadillos armadillos
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    97. ARMADILLO CONTROL, ARMADILLOS, Armadillo, Armadillo Trapping,
    pest. CLICK HERE TO GO TO OUR ARTICLE SELECTION PAGE This article willdiscuss nuisance armadillos and how to control them. Anyone
    ARMADILLO CONTROL This article is about ARMADILLO control. It will explain why they are a pest and what needs to be done for controlling infestations. PLEASE NOTE: YOU CAN SEE PICTURES AND PRICING OF ALL THE PRODUCTS LISTED IN THIS ARTICLE BY CLICKING YOUR MOUSE CURSOR WHERE PRODUCTS APPEAR UNDERLINED IN THE TEXT BELOW. Most of your questions will be answered in the article. Be sure to read all of it before you call in for technical support. If you are looking for information about any other insect or animal, go to our article archive section by following the link below where you will find in depth articles and information on just about any pest. CLICK HERE TO GO TO OUR ARTICLE SELECTION PAGE This article will discuss nuisance armadillos and how to control them. Anyone who has them in their yard knows just how much destruction can occur if left unchecked. Armadillos will tear up turf, nest under slabs and eat just about anything around your home . To understand how to best deal with your armadillo problem, you need to know a little about their biology. Armadillos belong to the same family of mammals as the sloth and anteaters.

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    99. The Straight Dope: Is It True That Armadillos Carry Leprosy
    Is it true that armadillos carry leprosy? 19Feb-1999. Dear CecilI have heard that armadillos carry leprosy. Is this true?

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    19-Feb-1999 Dear Cecil:
    I have heard that armadillos carry leprosy. Is this true? How about any other nasty diseases? Tom Wilkinson, via AOL
    Dear Tom:
    A query to the Straight Dope Science Advisory Board drew the following response: "Q. Why don't lepers play hockey? A. Too many face-offs." You see why scientific progress is slow. I have, however, established that the answer to your question is yesarmadillos do carry leprosy.
    I know, I know. Armadillos?
    Hey, don't look at me. Nobody else is quite sure what to make of it either. Leprosy, one of history's most dread diseases, has been around since ancient times. But it has never been easy to study because the bacillus that causes it, Mycobacterium leprae , can't be grown in the lab. We're still not sure of such basic facts as how you catch it. (Apparently nasal discharges are one form of transmission, so I guess you don't want to borrow a hanky in a leper colony.)
    It was long thought only humans could get leprosy. Then in the late 1960s researchers speculated that armadillos might be a good test bed for leprosy research because (a)

    100. Armadillos Greeting Card- H0118 - Christmas
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