Anteater Hybrids

Family Myrmecophagidae

Myrmecophagidae
     
Southern Tamandua Southern Tamandua
T. tetradactyla
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To the author's knowledge, the following is the only information bearing on hybridization in this family:

Tamandua mexicana [Northern Tamandua]
× Tamandua tetradactyla [Southern Tamandua] A parapatric contact zone, which is often a sign of ongoing hybridization, exists in northwestern Venezuela, but the author has not as yet encountered any explicit report of hybridization.

Tamandua tetradactyla [Southern Tamandua] See: Tamandua mexicana

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By the same author: Handbook of Avian Hybrids of the World, Oxford University Press (2006).


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