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Definition of Anthropomorpha

Anthropomorpha
Anthropomorpha An`thro*po*mor"pha, n. pl. [NL. See Anthropomorphism.] (Zo["o]l.) The manlike, or anthropoid, apes.

Meaning of Anthropomorpha from wikipedia

- (Homo) taxonomically grouped with apes (Simia), under the header of Anthropomorpha. German biologist Ernst Haeckel speaking in 1907 noted this as the "most...
- Anthropomorpha is a defunct taxon, replaced by Primates. The order was established by Carl Linnaeus in the first edition of his book Systema Naturae (1735)...
- In the first edition of the same book (1735), he had used the name Anthropomorpha for Homo, Simia and Bradypus (sloths). In 1839, Henri Marie Ducrotay...
- Amoenitates academicae (1763), Linnaeus presented the mythologic Homo anthropomorpha (Anthropomorphic man), humanoid creatures, such as the troglodyte, the...
- humans were for the first time placed together with other primates, as Anthropomorpha. As a result of the po****rity of the work, and the number of new specimens...
- repeats the term anthropopithèque (Anthropopithecus). Human taxonomy Anthropomorpha Archaic humans Humanzee Caveman Hominini According to the current international...
- Linnaeus Worms Order Agriae Linnaeus (1748) Anteaters and pangolins Order Anthropomorpha Linnaeus (1740, 1748) 1740: Primates, anteaters, and sloths 1748: Primates...
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