Thollag 'aiyr Etruscagh

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Thollag 'aiyr Etruscagh
Suncus etruscus.jpg


Rang oaylleeagh
Reeriaght: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Rang: Mammalia
Oardagh: Soricomorpha
Kynney: Soricidae
Genus: Suncus
Dooie: S. etruscus
Ennym daa-ennymagh
Suncus etruscus
(Savi, 1822)
Etruscan Shrew area.png

She sheeintagh sloo er fys ain rere glout ee thollag 'aiyr Etruscagh (Suncus etruscus).[n 1] T'ee mysh 1.8g er trimmid.[1][2]

Ta'n thollag 'aiyr Etruscagh mysh 4cm er lhiurid, faagail magh y famman eck. Ta soe feer tappee eck, as t'ee gee mysh daa wheesh e trimmid kirpey hene dagh laa. T'ee gee shey-chassee, as beggan dreeym-juntee veggey ny keayrtyn, as t'ee greimmey bioagyn cho mooar as ee hene. Share lhee emshyraght tash as çheh, as t'ee ry-akin ayns cryss dowan-lheead eddyr 10° as 30°N, eddyr yn Oarpey, yn Affrick Hwoaie as yn Valaysia.

Jalloo-oaylleeaght[reagh]

Ta corp keyll eck, 3-4.5cm gyn y famman. Ta'n famman mysh lieh shen reesht. Ta glout kirpey 1.3g-2.4g eck, mysh 1.8g dy cadjin.[3][2][1] Ta'n kione mooar, as strooh liauyr so-lhoobey echey. Ta ny lurgaghyn jerrey beg dy liooar.[4] Ta'n builley cree eck feer tappee, wheesh as 1511 vuilley/min (25 b/s), as ta'n cree eck 1.2% jeh'n ghlout kirpey eck.[1] Ta'n fynney eck dhone glass er y dreeym as lhiatteeyn, as lheeah glass er y volg. Ta mraane as fir gollrish y cheilley. Ta straneys çhiu dy robaigyn giarey faggys da'n veeal ta cooney yn thollag 'aiyr dy gheddyn cragh 'sy dorraghys.[5] Ta robot-oayllee ronsaghey ymmyd robaigyn dys stiurey robotyn rere sampleyr y thollag 'aiyr Etruscagh.[6][7]

Notyn[reagh]

  1. She Craitnag vucagh Kitti ee y sheeintagh sloo rere mooadys claigin.

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Klaus D. Jürgens (2002). "Etruscan shrew muscle: the consequences of being small". The Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (Pt 15). PMID 12110649. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Fons R., Sender S., Peters T., Jürgens K. D. (1997). "Rates of rewarming, heart and respiratory rates and their significance for oxygen transport during arousal from torpor in the smallest mammal, the Etruscan shrew Suncus etruscus". Journal of Experimental Biology 200 (Pt 10). PMID 9192497. 
  3. Jonathan I. Bloch, Kenneth D. Rose and Philip D. Gingerich (1998). "New species of Batodonoides (Lipotyphla, Geolabididae) from early eocene of Wyoming: Smallest known mammal". Journal of Mammalogy 79 (3). doi:10.2307/1383090. 
  4. Anna Ferry (2005). Suncus etruscus. White-toothed pygmy shrew. Animal Diversity Web. University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology. Feddynit er 2012-04-30.
  5. Scholarpedia: Vibrissal touch in the Etruscan shrew
  6. Robot robaigagh rere thollag ‘aiyr Etruscagh. Kishtey Stoo Yuan. J Shimmin (2012-04-29).
  7. Shrew whiskers inspire ground-breaking robot design. Ollooscoill Bristol (2012-01-20). Feddynit er 2012-04-30.

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