Definition of Dermopteran. Meaning of Dermopteran. Synonyms of Dermopteran

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Definition of Dermopteran

Dermopteran
Dermopteran Der*mop"ter*an, n. (Zo["o]l.) An insect which has the anterior pair of wings coriaceous, and does not use them in flight, as the earwig.

Meaning of Dermopteran from wikipedia

- Although other Paleogene mammals have been interpreted as related to dermopterans, the evidence for this ****ociation is uncertain and many of the fossils...
- eulipotyphlans, and perissodactyls) and are only distantly related to dermopterans, scandentians, and primates. (Nikaido et al. 2000; Lin and Penny 2001;...
- the oldest lentivirus: characterization of ELVgv integrations in the dermopteran genome". Molecular Biology and Evolution. 33 (10): 2659–69. doi:10.1093/molbev/msw149...
- indeterminate dermopterans. According to a phylogenetic analysis carried out by Marivaux and colleagues, D. chimaera, D. major, and the Myanmar dermopteran are...
- Szalay F.S. (2000). "Craniodental functional morphology and taxonomy of Dermopterans". Journal of Mammalogy. 81 (2): 360–385. doi:10.1093/jmammal/81.2.360...
- made up of an ancestor and all its descendants. Colugos are also called dermopterans and "flying lemurs". Adapiforms are sometimes called adapids or adapoids...
- Tetrapod Zoology: Literally, flying lemurs (and not dermopterans) Literally, flying lemurs (and not dermopterans) – Tetrapod Zoology Archived 16 August 2010 at...
- Frederick S. (2000). "Craniodental Functional Morphology and Taxonomy of dermopterans". Journal of Mammalogy. 81 (2): 360–385. doi:10.1093/jmammal/81.2.360...
- lower taxonomic levels, such as rodents, and for the identification of dermopterans as the closest primate relatives. Discovery and development of Cannabinoid...
- shows arboreal specialization similar to those of Plesiadapiformes and Dermopterans, supporting their inclusion within Euarchonta. Paleontology portal Mammals...
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