Ecuadorian naked Podo models nude
External measurements include forearm length, from the elbow (tip of the olecranon process) to the wrist (including the carpals); total length, from tip of muzzle to tip of tail; tail length, from base of tail to tip of last caudal vertebra; uropatagium width, from base of tail to center of margin of interfemoral membrane; vibrissae length, length of longest rostral vibrissa; ear length, length of pinna from base of antitragus; and hind foot length, from ankle to tip of claw.Craniodental dimensions were measured from cleaned skulls with dial calipers, to the nearest 0.1 mm. at the type locality, and include an adult female (EPN 9710), skin and skull, collected 24 June 2003; an adult male (EPN 9711), skin and skull, collected ; and an adult female (EPN 9712), preserved in alcohol, collected . Distinguishing characteristics include an elongated, tubelike lower lip (extending 3.3–4.8 mm beyond upper lip; Fig.
Progress regarding environmental awareness, social acceptance, and cultural justice, is still needed for ensuring the sustainability of rural electrification efforts in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
This partially explains the national efforts, persistent through different administrations to fund rural electrification.
However, in the case of off-grid photovoltaic solutions, these efforts have consistently neglected allocating funds for operation and maintenance, which has seriously compromised the sustainability.
Hairs ventrally 5 mm long; on throat and upper chest also 2-banded with same colors and proportions as on the head, neck, and upper back, whereas on lower chest, abdomen, and uropatagium hairs unicolored dark brown (Raw Umber 223 to Vandyke Brown 121).
Proximal one-third of forearms densely furred dorsally and ventrally.
These include total skull length, from the posteriormost point of the occiput to the anteriormost point of the premaxillae; condylobasal length, a line connecting the posterior margins of the occipital condyles to the anteriormost point of the premaxillae; zygomatic breadth, greatest breadth across the zygomatic arches; postorbital breadth, least breadth across the frontals posterior to the postorbital process; braincase breadth, greatest breadth of the globular part of the braincase; palatal length, from the posteriormost margin of the upper medial incisor alveolus to the posteriormost point of the palate (including the postpalatal spine, when present); maxillary tooth-row length, from the anteriormost face of the canine to the posteriormost face of the crown of the 3rd molar; mandible length, from the anteriormost point of the mandible to the posteriormost point of the mandibular condyle; mandibular tooth-row length, from the anteriormost face of the canine to the posteriormost face of the 3rd molar; breadth across molars, greatest breadth across the outer edges of the crowns of the 3rd upper molars; and breadth across canines, greatest breadth across the outer edges of the crowns of the upper canines. (original number CM009), on the Condor Mirador (near the Destacamento Militar; 3°38′08″S, 78°23′22″W) of the Cordillera del Condor, 1,750 m, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador. 2) and an extremely long tongue (6–8 cm in fresh individuals).