Definition of Mammiferous. Meaning of Mammiferous. Synonyms of Mammiferous

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Definition of Mammiferous

Mammiferous
Mammiferous Mam*mif"er*ous, a. [Mamma breast + -ferous: cf. F. mammif[`e]re.] Having breasts; of, pertaining to, or derived from, the Mammalia.

Meaning of Mammiferous from wikipedia

- Martin, W.C.Linneaus (1841). A GENERAL INTRODUCTION THE NATURAL HISTORY MAMMIFEROUS ANIMALS, WITH A PARTICULAR VIEW OF THE PHYSICAL HISTORY OF MAN, III THE...
- Martin, W.C.Linneaus (1841). A GENERAL INTRODUCTION THE NATURAL HISTORY MAMMIFEROUS ANIMALS, WITH A PARTICULAR VIEW OF THE PHYSICAL HISTORY OF MAN, III THE...
- Martin, W.C.L. (1841). A General Introduction to the Natural History of Mammiferous Animals. London, UK: Wright and Co. Printers. pp. 182–4. Jackson, S.;...
- C.Linneaus (1841). A General Introduction to the Natural History of Mammiferous Animals, With a Particular View of the Physical History of man, and the...
- Broad headed Fossil Ox". Fauna americana: being a description of the mammiferous animals inhabiting North America. Philadelphia: Anthony Finley. p. 273...
- Waterhouse, G.R. (1836). "Description of a new genus (Myrmecobius) of mammiferous animals from New Holland, probably belonging to the marsupial type"....
- description of the Cranium of the Toxodon Platensis, a gigantic extinct mammiferous species, referrible by its dentition to the Rodentia, but with affinities...
- Plesiosaurus-like dinosaur. Fauna Americana; being a Description of the Mammiferous Animals inhabiting North America. (1825, Philadelphia) Available online...
- pp. 232–235. Zoological Map Showing the distribution of the prin****l mammiferous animals (cl**** mammalia) over the globe. London, Orr and Co., c.1850...
- single small marsupial. Péron wrote (in translation) ‘In the cl**** of mammiferous animals, I only saw one kind of Dasyurus, which was scarcely as large...
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