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Chiromyiformes

aye-aye ( ). n. A nocturnal lemur (Daubentonia madagascariensis) native to northern Madagascar, having prominent ears, a long bushy tail, and rodentlike teeth.

Chiromyiformes is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Chiromyiformes books and related discussion.

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Primate jumping genes elucidate strepsirrhine phylogeny
group relationship of Malagasy Chiromyiformes and Lemuri- formes, (ii) Lorisidae being a monophyletic sister clade to the.
Book Review: Walker's Mammals of the World . Ronald M. Nowak
Chiromyiformes. There are substantial changes in the accounts for New World primates.
Spectral tuning and evolution of primate short-wavelength-sensitive
Jun 2, 2011 the Lorisiformes, Chiromyiformes and Lemuriformes.
Nature Watch
Chiromyiformes Daubentoniidae. Daubentonia. Loriformes.
Published 13 July 2004 by the American Society of Mammalogists
Jul 13, 2004 typic superfamily or infraorder (Chiromyiformes—Groves 1989) has been proposed. Daubentonia madagascariensis. (Gmelin, 1788).

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El orden de los primates: más que monos
La única especie que pertenece al infraorden de los Chiromyiformes es la aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) (fig.1) que se caracteriza por sus largos dedos. Estos dedos tan largos son utilizados como bastones para poder capturar insectos bajo los ...

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Aye-aye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1931, Anthony and Coupin classified the aye-aye under infraorder Chiromyiformes, a sister group to the other strepsirrhines.
Chiromyiformes - Wikispecies
Jun 26, 2008 [edit] Name. Chiromyiformes Anthony & Coupin, 1931 50:124-129 (1998). Retrieved from "http://species.
Chiromyiformes (primate infraorder) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Chiromyiformes (primate infraorder), Aspects of the topic Chiromyiformes are discussed in the following places at Britannica.
Chiromyiformes - definition of Chiromyiformes by the Free Online
aye-aye ( ). n. A nocturnal lemur (Daubentonia madagascariensis) native to northern Madagascar, having prominent ears, a long bushy tail, and rodentlike teeth.
Chiromyiformes
Familia: Daubentoniidae. Name. Chiromyiformes Anthony & Coupin, 1931.

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