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C. G. Oliveira, Martinez, R. A., Giné, G. A. F., Faria, D. M., and Gaiotto, F. A., Genetic assessment of the Atlantic Forest bristle porcupine, Chaetomys subspinosus (Rodentia: Erethizontidae), an endemic species threatened with extinction, vol. 10, pp. 923-931, 2011.
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C. G. Oliveira, Gaiotto, F. A., Costa, M. A., and Martinez, R. A., Molecular genetic analysis of the yellow-breasted capuchin monkey: recommendations for ex situ conservation, vol. 10, pp. 1471-1478, 2011.
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