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Synonyms for Tragulus

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Diversity of hemipterans collected from cowpea crops in Teresina, Piaui, Brazil: (1) Crinocerus sanctus (F.); (2) Hypselonotus fulvus (De Geer); (3) Phthia picta (Drury); (4) Zoreva sp.; (5) Coreidae sp.; (6) Euschistus heros (F.); (7) Euschistus carbonerus (Rolston); (8) Chinavia ubica (Rolston); (9) Dichelops melacanthus (Dallas); (10) Dichelops furcatus (F.); (11) Piezodorus guildinii (Westwood); (12) Edessa meditabunda (F.); (13) Edessa tragulus (Breddin); (14) Edessa loxdalii (Westwood); (15) Thyanta perditor (F.); (16) Mormidea notulifera (Stal); (17) Cyptocephala alvarengai (Rolston); (18) Alcaeorrhynchus grandis (Dallas); (19) Podisus nigrispinus (Dallas).
In lower molars, Tragulus fold and Dorcatherium fold are present at the protoconid and metaconid, directed posteriorly and representing prominent S shape structure.
The lower molars represent the M structure (Dorcatherium fold and Tragulus fold) and this reflects the affinity with the family Tragulidae and the genus Dorcatherium.
PUPC 13/12 represents two unusual Dorcatherium folds and two Tragulus folds directed anteriorly (Fig.
The specimen looks to be a primitive member of the genus Dorcatherium, showing affinity with a primitive tragulid Archaeotragulus (Metais et al., 2001), in having Dorcatherium fold, Tragulus fold and entoconidian groove.
Vertebrate herbivores (primarily deer: Tragulus napu, Muntiacus muntjak muntjak, Cervus unicolor; Blundell 1996) occur at the study site.
But if on any other day a mousedeer (planok, Tragulus ravus) crossed the jungle path of a gatherer, everyone had to return home for the day (kalau manau li ntalun nggium kayu, nggium kulit kayu, aro planok temalib, lama muli dalai).
Six extant tragulid species are present in the Old World: Tragulus spp.
Afrotragulus Siamotragulus Yunnanotherium Moschiola and Tragulus teeth differ from the studied specimens in having flat cusps.
A taxonomic revision of the Tragulus mouse deer (Artiodactyla).
An osteometrical study of the cranium and mandible of the mouse deer (Chevrotain) Tragulus javanicus.
gaurus) and the water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis); the Indian elephant, (Elephas maximus); the tapir (Tapirus indicus); four of the five known species of deer from Thailand; and the mouse deer (Tragulus javanicus).
Payau Sambar deer Cervus unicolor Payu Bearcat / binturong Arctictis binturong Pelanuk Mouse deer Tragulus napu Ribuan Masked palm civet Paguma larvata Seruang Cobra Opyhiophagus sp.