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- Armbruster's wolf (Canis armbrusteri) is an extinct species that was endemic to North America and lived during the Irvingtonian stage of the Pleistocene...
- dirus. The dire wolf probably evolved from Armbruster's wolf (Canis armbrusteri) in North America. The largest collection of its fossils has been obtained...
- Notarius armbrusteri is a species of catfish in the family Ariidae. It was described by Ricardo Betancur-Rodríguez and Arturo Acero Pizarro in 2006. It...
- Panaque armbrusteri is a recently described species from the South American armoured catfish family Loricariidae. They are distributed throughout the...
- Rhinodoras armbrusteri is a species of thorny catfish known from the Takutu River and Ireng Rivers that drains into the upper Rio Branco in Guyana and...
- miocenica Hong †A. "longtibia" Zhang †A. "Miocene 1" armbrusteri species group (†Cascapis Engel) †A. armbrusteri Zeuner †A. nearctica, species novus florea species...
- large wolf C. armbrusteri. during the Middle Pleistocene in North America. Robert A. Martin disagreed, and believed that C. armbrusteri was C. lupus....
- include: African golden wolf, Canis anthus Armbruster's wolf, Canis armbrusteri, extinct canine of North America Coywolf, a wolf coyote hybrid Dire wolf...
- exposed rocks on the west side of Wright Island Armbruster's wolf (Canis armbrusteri), an extinct species of canid which was endemic to North America Armbrust...
- Subtribe Canina Genus Canis C. antonii C. apolloniensis (2.6–0.78 Mya) C. armbrusteri (Armbruster's wolf) (1.8–0.012 Mya) C. arnensis (Arno River dog) (2.6–0...
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