Basics - Labs 4 & 5

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Basics - Labs 4 & 5
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Labs 4 & 5
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  1. hedgehogs
    • Family: Erinaceidae
    • Order: Erinaceomorpha
    • Infraclass: Eutheria
  2. quadrituberculate, diastema between incisors
    • Erinaceidae
    • "hedgehogs"
  3. Shrews
    • Soricidae
    • Order: Soricomorpha
  4. Red cusp, cusp at base of upper incisor
    • Soricidae
    • "shrews"
  5. moles
    • Talpidae
    • Order: Soricomorpha
  6. Shrews and moles
    Order: Soricomorpha
  7. Elephant shrews
    • Macrosceldidae
    • Order: Macroscelidea
  8. Tree shrews
    • Tupaiidae
    • Order: Scandentia
  9. "shrew-shaped" skull, no palatal perforations
    • Tupaiidae
    • "tree shrews"
  10. colugos
    • Cynocephalidae
    • Order: Dermoptera
  11. Comb-like teeth
    • Cynocephalidae
    • "colugos"
  12. Hedgehogs (order)
    Erinaceomorpha
  13. Elephant shrews (Order)
    Macroscelidea
  14. Tree shrews (Order)
    Scandentia
  15. Colugos (Order)
    Dermoptera
  16. Lemurs
    • Lemuridae
    • Suborder: Strepsirrhini
    • Order: Primates
  17. Lemurs (Suborder)
    • Strepsirrhini
    • Order: Primates
  18. Tooth comb
    • Lemuridae
    • "lemurs"
  19. New World Monkeys
    • Cebidae
    • Suborder: Haplorrhini
    • Order: Primates
  20. Baboons, macaques
    • Cercopithecidae
    • Suborder: Haplorrhini
    • Order: Primates
  21. Gibbons, siamang
    • Hylobatidae
    • Suborder: Haplorrhini
    • Order: Primates
  22. Great Apes
    • Hominidae
    • Suborder: Haplorrhini
    • Order: Primates
  23. Y5 cusp, prominent sagittal crest
    • Hominidae
    • "Great apes"
  24. Cebidae, Cercopithecidae, Hylobatidae, Hominidae
    • Suborders: Haplorrhini
    • Order: Primates
  25. Flying foxes, Old World fruit bats
    • Pteropodidae
    • Megachiroptera
    • Order: Chiroptera
  26. Rostrum doglike, sharp/scary teeth
    • Pteropodidae
    • "flying foxes, Old World fruit bats"
  27. Flying foxes, Old World fruit bats (suborder)
    Megachiroptera
  28. New World leaf-nosed bats, vampire
    • Phyllostomidae
    • SO: Microchiroptera
    • Order: Chiroptera
  29. Chiroptera, premaxillae never split
    • Phyllostomidae
    • "New World leaf-nosed bats, vampire)
  30. Free-tailed bats
    • Molossidae
    • SO: Microchiroptera
    • Order: Chiroptera
  31. chiroptera, floppy ears, longer tail
    • Molossidae
    • "free-tailed bats"
  32. Common bats
    • Vespertilionidae
    • SO: Microchiroptera
    • Order: Chiroptera
  33. chiroptera, contained tail, split premaxillae, 2 pair upper incisors
    • Vespertilionidae
    • "common bats"

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