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- infraorder (Simiiformes /ˈsɪmi.ɪfɔːrmiːz/) of primates containing the parvorders Platyrrhini and Catarrhini, which consist of the superfamilies Cercopithecoidea...
- P****erida is, under the Sibley-Ahlquist taxonomy, one of two parvorders contained within the suborder P****eri (standard taxonomic practice would place...
- Procolophonomorpha Suborder sub: under Haplorrhini Procolophonia Infraorder infra: below Simiiformes Hallucicrania Parvorder parvus: small, unimportant Catarrhini...
- About 40 million years ago, the Simiiformes infraorder split into the parvorders Platyrrhini (New World monkeys—in South America) and Catarrhini (apes...
- groups[citation needed] marked in green. Cetaceans are divided into two parvorders: the largest parvorder, Mysticeti (baleen whales), is characterized by the presence...
- within Haplorhini, the simians (or anthropoids), is divided into two parvorders: Platyrrhini (the New World monkeys) and Catarrhini (the Old World monkeys...
- Ornithologists' Union (IOC). The order and the division into infraorders, parvorders and superfamilies follows the phylogenetic analysis published by Carl...
- Petroicidae is a member of the infraorder P****erides which also includes the parvorders Sylviida, Muscicapida and P****erida. It is most closely related to the...
- familiar song of the area. Sibley and Alquist divided songbirds into two "parvorders", Corvida and P****erida (standard taxonomic practice would rank these...
- Cetacea. There are around 89 living species, which are divided into two parvorders. The first is the Odontoceti, the toothed whales, which consist of around...
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