dogs

šuniniai statusas T sritis zoologija | vardynas taksono rangas šeima apibrėžtis Šeimoje 11 genčių. Kūno ilgis – 40-160 cm. atitikmenys: lot. Canidae angl. canids; dogs; dogs and allies vok. Hunde; Hundeartige; hundeartige Raubtiere rus. волки; волчьи; псовые; собаки; собачьи pranc. canidés ryšiai: platesnis terminasplėšrieji siauresnis terminasdidžiaausės lapės siauresnis terminashieniniai šunys siauresnis terminaskarčiuotieji vilkai siauresnis terminaslapės siauresnis terminasmiškiniai šunys siauresnis terminasPietų Amerikos lapės siauresnis terminaspilkosios lapės siauresnis terminaspoliarinės lapės siauresnis terminasraudonieji vilkai siauresnis terminasšunys siauresnis terminasusūriniai šunys

Žinduolių pavadinimų žodynas. - Ekologijos inst. l-kla. . 2002.

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