4 edition of The Aplodontoidea found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Paul O. McGrew --|
|Series||Fieldiana -- v. 9, no. 1, Field Museum of Natural History. Publication 510, Geological series -- v. 9, no. 1. December 5, 1941, Publication (Field Museum of Natural History : 1909) -- v. 9, no. 1, Publication (Field Museum of Natural History : 1909) -- 510|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||a 42005127|
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The family Aplodontiidae also known as Aplodontidae, Haplodontiidae or Haploodontini is traditionally classified as the sole extant family of the suborder may be the sister family of the Sciuridae. There are fossils from the Oligocene until Miocene in Asia, from Oligocene in Europe and from the Oligocene until the present in North America, where there is the only living Class: Mammalia.
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Aplodontoidea synonyms, Aplodontoidea pronunciation, Aplodontoidea translation, English dictionary definition of Aplodontoidea. A stout burrowing rodent of the Pacific coast of North America, having small eyes and ears and feeding on vegetation such as ferns and tree seedlings.
Historically, the superfamily Aplodontoidea has been subdivided into two families: the Aplodontidae and the Mylagaulidae (McGrew, ).
The family Aplodontidae (known from Late Eocene to recent times) incorporates a huge range of morphological diversity. Early members of the family are similar in morphology to basal rodents, particularly to. mountain beaver, stout, short-limbed North American rodent rodent, member of the mammalian order Rodentia, characterized by front teeth adapted for gnawing and cheek teeth adapted.
The Aplodontoidea, now restricted to only one North American species (Aplodontia rufa), have shown a wide Holarctic extension since the Upper Eocene. The purpose of this book is to compile the. As the Aplodontoidea include one of the only horned, fossorial animals ever to evolve, understanding the course of evolution of fossoriality in this group is essential to explain how horns could evolve in a fossorial animal.
Mammals have evolved several distinct methods of burrow excavation. This study describes a new fossil burrow complex from the upper Miocene (Barstovian) Pawnee Creek Formation in Logan County, northeastern Colorado ().The architectural morphology of these burrows is compared with that of modern fossorial and subterranean mammals and reptiles to determine the most likely excavator.
Aplodontoidea definition is - a superfamily of primitive rodents represented among modern forms by the mountain beaver. Early adaptive radiations of Aplodontoidea (Rodentia, Mammalia) on the Holarctic region: systematics, and phylogenetic and paleobiogeographic implications.
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It should not be confused with true North American and Eurasian beavers, to which it is not closely related. A new genus and species of aplodontid rodent, Proansomys dureensis, from the late Oligocene of the northern Junggar Basin of China is new genus is referred to as Ansomyinae because the ectoloph on the upper cheek teeth, although not fully crested, has attained the same characteristic bucket-handle-shaped configuration as other members of the subfamily.
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