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Tuatara Classification is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Tuatara Classification books and related discussion.
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- Classification of the Major Taxa of Amphibia and Reptilia
- Classification of the Major Taxa of. Amphibia lizards, snakes, amphisbaenians, and the tuatara.
- Learning with Hypergraphs: Clustering, Classification, and Embedding
- transductive classification on the basis of the spectral hypergraph cluster- .. tuatara vampire wasp worm starfish dove. Figure 2: Embedding the zoo dataset.
- FORUM ARTICLE Territorial tuatara? – a hypothesis still to be tested
- Mar 21, 2011 tuatara? If we follow Emlen and Oring's (1977) classification, sites should be occupied and defended independently of the proximity of females.
- Tuatara captive management plan and husbandry manual
- A. TUATARA CAPTIVE MANAGEMENT PLAN. Abstract.
- Partition Maps
- It is classified as a mammal since the closest training observation is a mammal ( red color).
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- Tuatara - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Scientific classification The tuatara is a reptile endemic to New Zealand which, though it resembles most lizards, The two species of tuatara are the only surviving members of its order, which flourished around 200 million years ago.
- Sphenodon punctatus (Tuatara)
- Family Sphenodontidae Species Sphenodon punctatus. Sphenodon punctatus (tuatara). Information · Pictures · Classification.
- Reptile Classification - Sphenodontia - Meet the Tuatara
- The Sphenodontia order of reptiles has a long history that dates back to the Mesozoic Era.
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