brown capuchin

brown capuchin
juodagalvis kapucinas statusas T sritis zoologija | vardynas taksono rangas rūšis atitikmenys: lot. Cebus apella angl. black-capped capuchin; brown capuchin; tufted capuchin vok. Apella; Faunaffe; gehaubter Kapuziner rus. апелла; бурый черноголовый капуцин; капуцин-фавн; фавн pranc. apelle; sajou apelle; sapajou apelle ryšiai: platesnis terminaskapucinai

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