Proboscidea


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emarginatus, Chamaesyce maculata, Onobrychis viciifolia, Proboscidea louisianica.
proboscidea in size, morphology, ecology, and reproductive strategy, but which lays capsules that are interconnected, potentially intensifying sibling competition for food and by cannibalism (Fig.
Pages 143-148 in The Proboscidea evolution and paleoecology of elephants and their relatives (J.
Here we use the concept prey mammals as any terrestrial species, excluding the Australian ones, not belonging to the order Carnivora (Orders Didelphimorphia, Paucituberculata, Microbiotheria, Tubulidentata, Macroscelidea, Hyracoidea, Proboscidea, Xenarthra, Scandentia, Dermoptera, Primates, Rodentia, Lagomorpha, Insectivora, Pholidota, Perissodactyla, and Artiodactyla).
Mae eliffant yn perthyn i Urdd o anifeiliaid sy'n cael eu galw'n Proboscidea, a hynny oherwydd y trwnc mawr sydd ganddyn nhw.
The evolution of such huge upper incisors by the Proboscidea has unquestionably taken millions of years of trial and error on the part of Mother Nature, but useful they are.
Assemblage III: Uvigerina mantaensis, Uvigerina proboscidea and Uvigerina vadescens are the representative species of this assemblage (six samples).
Ancient diet of the Pleistocene gomphothere Notiomastodon platensis (Mammalia, Proboscidea, Gomphotheriidae) from lowland mid-latitudes of South America: Stereomicrowear and tooth calculus analyses combined.
Researchers collected data on the maximum size for major groups of land mammals on each continent, including Perissodactyla, odd-toed ungulates such as horses and rhinos; Proboscidea, which includes elephants, mammoth and mastodon; Xenarthra, the anteaters, tree sloths, and armadillos; as well as a number of other extinct groups.
Mastodons are members of the extinct genus "Mammut" of the order Proboscidea and form the family Mammutidae; they resembled, but were distinct from, the woolly mammoth, which belongs to the family Elephantidae.
If we do not "bring elephants back and offer them a chance for an evolving, deepening citizenship" in the current natural world, she says, "then Order Proboscidea will never again produce American endemics; the evolution of Order Proboscidea in the NewWorld will be over.