- The term Cetartiodactyla reflects the idea that whales evolved within the artiodactyls.
- Supplementary material
- Mustelaásubpalmataá. LC. 40.
- Impact of increased character sampling on the phylogeny of
- data for 71 terminal taxa (43 extinct⁄28 extant) to test where Cetacea fits within Cetartiodactyla, and where various fossil hoofed mammals (e.g.
- Alternative: whales + artiodactyls = Order Cetartiodactyla
- Alternative: whales + artiodactyls = Order Cetartiodactyla. Order Cetacea. Suborder Odontoceti.
- Cetartiodactyla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Cetartiodactyla is the clade in which whales (including dolphins) and even-toed ungulates have currently been placed.
- Order Cetartiodactyla - Even-toed ungulates (and whales)
- Taxonomy of the order of even-toed ungulates, with biological descriptions of selected representative species.
- ADW: Cetartiodactyla: Pictures
- Superorder Cetartiodactyla (cetaceans and artiodactyls). Information · Pictures · Specimens · Sounds · Classification.  2 3 4 ...
- The position of Hippopotamidae within Cetartiodactyla
- The independence of those results provides a strong support to the clade Cetartiodactyla (cetaceans plus artiodactyls, ref. 7).
- Order Cetartiodactyla -- They are the Even-toed hoofed animals
- This is a page of the Order artiodactyla -- Whales,Cows,Pigs & Deer.
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