Pitzotl

Īhuīcpa Huiquipedia, in yōllōxoxouhqui cēntlamatilizāmoxtli
Īhuīcpa ticholōz: amapanoliztli, Tlatemoliztli
Pitzotl
Sow with piglet.jpg
Tlamatilizneneuhcāyōtl
Yōliztlahtohcāyōtl: Yōlcatl
Filo: Chordata
Tlamaniztli: Mammalia
Netecpāncātlāliliztli: Artiodactyla
Cenyeliztli: Suidae
Neneuhcāyōtl: Sus
Yōllamantli/
Tlanelhuatlamantli:
Sus barbatus, Sus salvanius, Sus scrofa, Sus verrucosus, Sus bucculentus, Sus cebifrons, Sus celebensis, Sus heureni, Sus philippensis,Sus timoriensis
Ōmetica tōcāitl
Sus scrofa
Groves, C. P., G. B. Schaller, G. Amato, and K. Khounboline. 1997. Rediscovery of the wild pig Sus bucculentus. Nature 386:335.

Larson, G., K. Dobney, U. Albarella, M. Fang, E. Matisoo-Smith, J. Robins, S. Lowden, H. Finlayson, T. Brand, E. Willerslev, P. Rowley-Conwy, L. Andersson, A. Cooper. 2005. Worldwide phylogeography of wild boar reveals multiple centers of pig domestication. Science 307(5715):1618-1621.
Lucchini, V. E. Meijaard, C. H. Diong, C. P. Groves, and E. Randi. 2005. New phylogenetic perspectives among species of South-east Asian wild pig (Sus sp.) based on mtDNA sequences and morphometric data. Journal of Zoology 266:25-35.
Robins, J. H., H. A. Ross, M. S. Allen, and E. Matisoo-Smith. 2006. Taxonomy: Sus bucculentus revisited. Nature 440:E7Linnaeus, 1758

Pitzotl (caxtillāntlahtōlli:Cerdo) in yōlcatl.