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Adapiformes

Strepsirrhini or Strepsirhini is a suborder of primates that includes the lemuriform primates, ... Adapiforms are sometimes referred to as being "lemur-like", although the diversity of both ... Strepsirrhines are defined by their wet nose or rhinarium.

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New Notharctine (Primates, Adapiformes) - University of Michigan
New Notharctine (Primates, Adapiformes) Skull From the Uintan. (Middle Eocene ) ... adapiforms in having the anterior third of the ectotympanic anulus fused to.
Carpal anatomy of Smilodectes gracilis (Adapiformes, Notharctinae ...
Carpal anatomy of Smilodectes gracilis (Adapiformes, Notharctinae) and its significance for lemuriform phylogeny The oldest primate carpals collected to date ...
12. Morphological Diversity in the Skulls of Large Adapines - Springer
of Large Adapines (Primates, Adapiformes) and Its Systematic Implications. Marc Godinot*, Sébastien Couette. Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes.
Download PDF - Springer
Oct 4, 2012 Adapiformes and extant primates (Franzen et al., PLos ONE. 4(5):e5723, 2009).
Primate Evolution - eolss
Keywords: Adapiformes, australopithecines, Catarrhini, Cercopithecoidea, ... the Omomyiformes (haplorhines, chiefly in North America), the Adapiforms.

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New John Day Fossil Beds find: Last non-human primates
The discovered fossils are similar to primate fossils from Thailand and Pakistan, suggesting that this new species was a member of the lemur-like adapiform group.
On Dinosaur Time
Saber-fanged, knobbly-headed herbivores such as Uintatherium, lemur-like primates called adapiforms, razor-jawed carnivores known as creodonts and many other strange forms proliferated and disappeared. Even lineages familiar to us today, such as ...
Do new discoveries ever “rewrite evolutionary history”?
You can't go for a month without seeing a claim that some new discovery has rewritten evolutionary history. If headlines are to be believed, phylogeny – the business of drawing family trees between different species – is an etch-a-sketch science.
Five Early Primates You Should Know
Notharctus: This North American genus lived about 50 million years ago and belonged to a family of lemur-like primates called adapiforms. Notharctus had a long tail, leaped from tree to tree and snacked on leaves.
The Lemur That Was a Fish
And even though lemur-like primates called adapiforms once clambered through dense forests over much of the northern hemisphere, they didn't have any record at all in South America. Lemurs and their forebears had no known connection to South America.

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Adapiformes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Adapiformes is an extinct group of early primates. Adapiforms radiated throughout much of the northern continental mass reaching as far south as northern Africa ...
Notharctine primates (Adapiformes) from the early to ... - ScienceDirect
Notharctine primates (Adapiformes) from the early to middle Eocene (Wasatchian –Bridgerian) of Wyoming: transitional species and the origins of Notharctus and ...
New notharctine (Primates, Adapiformes) skull from ... - ResearchGate
Official Full-Text Publication: New notharctine (Primates, Adapiformes) skull from the Uintan (Middle Eocene) of San Diego County, California on ResearchGate, ...
New notharctine (primates, adapiformes) skull from the Uintan ...
May 5, 2005 A new genus and species of notharctine primate, Hesperolemur actius, is described from Uintan (middle Eocene) aged rocks of San Diego ...
Notharctine primates (Adapiformes) from the early to middle ... - NCBI
Notharctine primates (Adapiformes) from the early to middle Eocene (Wasatchian -Bridgerian) of Wyoming: transitional species and the origins of Notharctus and ...

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