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The myology of the upper and lower extremities of Orycteropus capensis
|Statement||by John Charles Galton ; read June 4, 1868.|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QL737.E2 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 567-608,  leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||608|
" A free translation from Azara runs thus:—The habitat of the Tatou Mataco [Tolypeutes conurus] is southwards of the 36th degree. It is the only species of this family that, when frightened, hides its head, tail, and fore legs by rolling its whole body into a ball, which cannot be opened with the hands; but it is easily killed by striking it against the ground. In the lower jaw there are only four milk teeth on each side. It is interesting to note that the histological structure of these milk teeth agrees with that of the permanent teeth. There are two species of this genus found in Africa: the southern, O. capensis, is more hairy than the northern, O. aethiopicus.
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Get this from a library. The myology of the upper and lower extremities of Orycteropus capensis. [John Charles Galton]. On the myology of Orycteropus capensis et Phoca communis. Journ. of anat. and physiology. The myology of the upper and lower extremities of Orycteropus capensis. The Transact. of the Linnean Society of London.
Vol. XXVI. London 4 0. 5) Op. cit. The myology of the upper and lower extremities of Orycteropus capensis. The Cited by: 1. The Myology of the Upper and Lower Extremities of Orycteropus Capensis. Article. The myology of the fore-limb of the Aardvark, Orycteropus afer (Pallas ) (Tubulidentata, Mammalia) is.
Galton JCThe myology of the upper and lower extremities of Orycteropus capensis. Trans Linn Soc Lond, 26 (), pp. Google Scholar. Humphry, Humphry GMOn the myology of Orycteropus capensis and Phoca communis.
J Anat Physiol, 2 (), pp. Google Scholar. Jouffroy, 3ème by: Click on the title to browse this issue. The Picture Library website of the Royal Society. Zoological studies of two specimens of Aaarvark, or Cape anteater (modern taxonomy Orycteropus afer).Although posed in a landscape, as in life, the printed notes to this figure indicate that they are stuffed specimens, sent from the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, to Stuttgart, Germany, by Carl Ferdinand Heinrich von Ludwig (), where.
Galton. The Myology of the upper and lower Extremities of Orycteropus capensis. Transact. of the Linnean Society of London. Derselbe. The Muscles of the fore and hind limbs in Dasypus sexcinatus. On the Myology of Orycteropis capensis and Phoca communis. Journ. of Anat.
and Physiol. Vol. Derselbe. The Myology. On the masticatory, intermandibular, and hyoid muscles of Orycteropus capensis.
Journal of Functionnal Myology of the F ore are K4 from the lower horizon, and K1 from the upper one. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk.
Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. Orycteropus - Taxon details on Encyclopedia of Life (EOL). Global Biodiversity Information Facility. GBIF Backbone Taxonomy. Checklist dataset.
Taxon: Orycteropus. ION; Orycteropus in Mammal Species of the World. Wilson, Don E. & Reeder, DeeAnn M. (Editors) Mammal Species of the World – A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference. Third. Orycteropodidae is a family of afrotherian mammals. Although there are many fossil species, the only species surviving today is the aardvark, Orycteropus ropodidae is recognized as the only family within the order Tubulidentata, so the two are effectively synonyms.
Introduction. Fossorial activity, that is, the process of digging soil for food or shelter, is associated with many physiological, anatomical, and ecological constraints, which have been documented in all major tetrapod clades (Hildebrand,).Among Mammalia, in particular, several groups present many morphological adaptations to a fossorial, semifossorial, or subterranean lifestyle.
Mammalian Species publishes individual species accounts each year summarizing the current understanding of the biology of an individual species. † Orycteropus crassidens MacInnes, - Pleistocene of Kenya † Orycteropus djourabensis Lehmann, Vignaud, Mackaye & Brunet,  - Early Pliocene to Early Pleistocene of Chad and Kenya Other species previously assigned to Orycteropus are now classified in the genus Amphiorycteropus.
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Galton, Galton. On the myology of Orycteropus capensis and Phoca communis. Humphry, Humphry. The fossil aardvarks (Mammalia: Tubulidentata) Patterson, Patterson.
The deltoid musculature of the Edentata, Pholidota and Tubulidentata. 27 'Muscles of lower extremity of Nyctipithecus' 66 'Mycetes Oct. Muscles of the upper and lower extremity'. See also F et seq 81 Anthropoid Apes and Man 82 'Cranial character of Gorilla, Chimp [sic] and Orang Plan of Memoir'.
Detailed notes on skeletal structure, etc Chimpanzee. Muscles of the upper and lower extremity. An Heteromycteris capensis in uska species han Actinopterygii nga ginhulagway ni Johann Jakob Kaup hadton An Heteromycteris capensis in nahilalakip ha genus nga Heteromycteris, ngan familia nga Soleidae.
Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.
Myrmecophaga capensis Gmelin, (= Myrmecophaga afra Pallas, ). Comments: Sherborn () and Allen () gave Orycteropus "Geoffroy, Decad. Phil. et Litt. XXVIII. ", but it is untraceable. Meester et al. () reviewed and assigned the correct generic name.The myology of the upper and lower extremities of Orycteropus capensis.
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