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Cabassous centralis is found in South America, including the area east of the Andes from northern Argentina to Colombia. Generally inhabit grasslands and wooded areas. Prefer areas with thick vegetation as a method of hiding from predators. They live in burrows with the entrance opening to open ground or the base of an embankment. The body of Cabassous centralis ranges from 30 cm to 71 cm.

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R ickart. Editor was M eredith J. H amilton. Cabassous centralis northern naked-tailed armadillo is a small armadillo with a slender tail. The distinctive tail has widely spaced, thin plates that are gray-pink in color.

This fossorial armadillo occurs in diverse tropical habitats and has a distributional range from southern Mexico, through Central America, and into northern South America Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Sign In or Create an Account. Sign In. Advanced Search.

Search Menu. Article Navigation. Close mobile search navigation Article Navigation. Volume Article Contents Abstract. Cabassous centralis Cingulata: Dasypodidae Virginia Hayssen.

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Northern naked-tailed armadillo

R ickart. Editor was M eredith J. H amilton. Cabassous centralis northern naked-tailed armadillo is a small armadillo with a slender tail. The distinctive tail has widely spaced, thin plates that are gray-pink in color. This fossorial armadillo occurs in diverse tropical habitats and has a distributional range from southern Mexico, through Central America, and into northern South America Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.

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The northern naked-tailed armadillo Cabassous centralis is a species of armadillo. They have a short, broad, snout, large, funnel-shaped ears, and small eyes. Unlike other armadillos with which they might be confused, they have no scales on the backs of their ears. The upper body is covered in multiple, squarish scutes , that are arranged in ten to thirteen bands which allow the animal some flexibility. Compared with some other armadillo species, the bands are indistinct. The carapace is generally dark grey-brown in color, with a yellowish tinge to the lower margin. The tail has thinner plates, which are more widely spaced, and somewhat pinkish.

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