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- Macropodinae is a subfamily of marsupials in the family Macropodidae, which includes the kangaroos, wallabies, and related species. The subfamily includes...
- musculature of tree-kangaroos for arboreal locomotion (Marsupialia : Macropodinae)". Australian Journal of Zoology. 60 (4): 246–158. doi:10.1071/ZO12059...
- the banded hare-wallaby, and the remainder which make up the subfamily Macropodinae (~60 species). Macropodidae Genus †Watutia Genus †Dorcopsoides Genus...
- Sthenurinae is believed to have separated from its sister taxon, the Macropodinae (kangaroos and wallabies), halfway through the Miocene, and then its...
- Liard (Hybrid felid) Hominidae Humanzee Hybrid orangutan Koolakamba Macropodinae Macropod hybrids Sus Iron Age pig Mustela Polecat–ferret hybrid Polecat–mink...
- Liard (Hybrid felid) Hominidae Humanzee Hybrid orangutan Koolakamba Macropodinae Macropod hybrids Sus Iron Age pig Mustela Polecat–ferret hybrid Polecat–mink...
- order Hyracoidea. On the basis of 12 spp. of the marsupial subfamily Macropodinae rumination is inferred for the whole category. Advantages of the process...
- bubblenesters like most osphronemids. The subfamily was originally named Macropodinae but this name was adjudged to be a junior homonym of the mammalian family...
- the finding that there are three lineages of macropods: Sthenurinae, Macropodinae, and Lagostrophinae. The genus Simosthenurus was among the sthenurines...
- Territory Baringa, Queensland, a suburb in the Sunshine Coast Region, Queensland, Australia Baringa (prehistoric animal), within the subfamily Macropodinae...
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