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Unformatted text preview: Infraorders Class Supperfamily Strepsirhini Morphology Habits Dental Tooth Comb Moist Rhinarumgood sence of smell Unfused mandbular and frontal symphases Tarpetum LuciumLow light vision Lemuroidea Lemurs Small speceis=nocturnal Postorbital bar Varied Diet Mostly quadripides and quadripieds leapers Female Lorisodia Lories & Galagos Nocturnal Some Terestrial dominance Varied Diet Arborial Haplorihini Dry Nose quadripieds Retinal Favea good for colour vision Postorbital closure Fused mandibular and Tarsiformes fronal symphases Small boddied (80130 g) Entirly Fauniyorous One genus (tarius) large (only eat living things) eyes nocturnal fused lower leg bone (function at night) Platyrrhines Larger (110g11.6kg) Most entirly arboreal, sometimes come to (Neotropical Prehnesile tail (can Monkeys) support their own weight) ground to feed on seeds Cebidae Altidae Catarrhines (old Larger 1kg175kg Callitrichidae world monkeys & Apes) Cercopithecidae Hylobatidae Hominidae Variety of diets, social organizations and adaptations Location Madagascar and comoro islands SubSahara Africa and Southeast Asia Southest Asia (axcept philipines) Central and South America (peru and colombia) Africa, Asia, and SE Asia ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2010 for the course ANTHROPOLO ANT100Y taught by Professor Watts,lehman,danesi,barker during the Spring '10 term at University of Toronto.
- Spring '10