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other mammals that it was given its own family, the Laonastidae—the first mammal family to But wait a minute—just what is the cause of the 'Lazarus effect'?

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Laonastes and the ''Lazarus Effect'' in Recent Mammals
Multiple molecular evidences for a living mammalian fossil
Laonastes rodent and the Lazarus effect
family, the Laonastidae. The morphological charac- ters considered to set it apart from other rodents included the combination of the skull (Fig. 2) with.
Morphological and molecular investigations of a new family, genus
Taxonomic section 422. Laonastidae fam. nov.
The Distribution and Present Status of Primates in the Northern
al., 2005) of the new family Laonastidae.

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Đi bẫy "chuột tuyệt chủng 11 triệu năm"
Loài này được miêu tả lần đầu tiên năm 2005 trong một bài báo của Paulina Jenkins và một số người khác, họ nghĩ rằng động vật này có tính chất khác biệt với các loài gặm nhấm đang sống đến độ cần phải đặt nó vào một họ mới, gọi là Laonastidae.

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Diatomyidae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jenkins et al. (2004) reported the discovery of a wholly unique new species of rodent, Laonastes aenigmamus, for which they created a new family, Laonastidae.
Laonastidae - Wikispecies
Jul 25, 2011 REDIRECT Diatomyidae. Retrieved from "http://species.wikimedia.
Laonastidae - Encyclopedia of Life
Laonastidae () in Encyclopedia of Life. Laonastidae. Family recognized by Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: Annual Checklist 2010.
Breathing Space: Laonastidae
Laonastidae. Some information for this species has been obtained from Bio2RDF and DBPedia. Graphical View.
Multiple molecular evidences for a living mammalian fossil

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