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noun - type genus of the Dasyproctidae: agoutis
DASYPROCTA - The term agouti (Spanish: agutí, pro noun ced [auti]) or common agouti designates several rodent species of the genus Dasyprocta. They are native to M...
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|The typical genus of the family Dasyproctid.|
|type genus of the Dasyproctidae: agoutis|
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|The term agouti (Spanish: agutí, pronounced [auti]) or common agouti designates several rodent species of the genus Dasyprocta. They are native to Middle America, northern and central South America, and the southern Lesser Antilles. Some species have also been introduced elsewhere in the West Indies. They are related to guinea pigs and look quite similar, but are larger and have longer legs. The species vary considerably in colour, being brown, reddish, dull orange, greyish or blackish, but typically with lighter underparts. Their bodies are covered with coarse hair which is raised when alarmed. They weigh 2.46 kg (5.313.2 lb) and are 40.576 cm (15.929.9 in) in length, with short, hairless tails.Confusingly, the related pacas were placed by some authorities in a genus called Agouti, though Cuniculus has priority and is the correct term.Also, in Western Africa (especially Ivory Coast), the name "agouti" designates the greater cane rat which, while an agricultural pest, is sought to b|