Xenarthra


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2005: Los xenarthras fosiles de la Localidad de Buenos Aires de Palmares (Blancano Tardio -- Irvingtoniano Temprano), Provincia de Alajuela, Costa Rica.
Primer registro de Glyptodon Owen (Mammalia, Xenarthra, Cingulata) para el Pleistoceno de la provincia de Mendoza (Argentina).
En Costa Rica los xenarthras fosiles son poco conocidos y el registro de sus hallazgos se ha limitado a la aparicion de unos cuantos osteodermos y restos oseos atribuibles a formas propias del Rancholabreano.
Orden Edentata Cuvier, 1798 Suborden Xenarthra Cope, 1889 Infraorden Cingulata Illiger, 1811 Familia Glyptodontidae Burmeister, 1879 Genero Glyptotherium Osborn, 1903
215-231, in: The biology of the Xenarthra (SF Vizcaino and WJ Loughry, eds.
16,25) Furthermore, PEG11/ RTL1 was acquired after the eutherian/marsurpial split and before the split of the three major eutherian lineages, boreoeutheria (including euarchontoglires and laurasiatheria), afrotheria and xenarthra 120 Ma (see Fig.
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).
Recientemente el perezoso gigante o gliptodonte, pieza fundamental de la sala de exhibicion de Geologia (ver foto anexa) fue objeto de un interesante estudio cientifico en la reconocida revista Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (The Most complete known neogene Glyptodontidae (Mammalia, Xenarthra, Cingulata) from northern South America: taxonomic paleobiogeographic and phylogenetic implications) y publicado por nuestro colega Arley de Jesus Gomez, junto a otros cientificos de Colombia y Argentina en el volumen 33 (3) de 2013.
Notable endemic animal taxa include Ramphastidae, Tinamidae, Trochilidae and Troglodytidae among birds, as well as the mammalian groups Didelphidae, the Platyrrhini monkey families, and the superorder Xenarthra (Edentata).