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Adapoidea

Adapoidea

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Gaeabionta  ⇒ Domäne: Eukaryota  ⇒ Reich: Animalia  ⇒ Mittelreich: Eumetazoa  ⇒ Klade: Triploblastica  ⇒ Klade: Nephrozoa  ⇒ Abzweig: Deuterostomia  ⇒ Stamm: Chordata  ⇒ Unterstamm: Vertebrata  ⇒ Infrastamm: Gnathostomata  ⇒ Superklasse: Tetrapoda  ⇒ Klasse: Mammalia  ⇒ Unterklasse: Theriiformes  ⇒ Infraklasse: Holotheria  ⇒ Superlegion: Trechnotheria  ⇒ Legion: Cladotheria  ⇒ Sublegion: Zatheria  ⇒ Infralegion: Tribosphenida  ⇒ Superkohorte: Theria  ⇒ Kohorte: Placentalia  ⇒ Magnordnung: Epitheria  ⇒ Superordnung: Preptotheria  ⇒ Großordnung: Archonta  ⇒ Ordnung: Primates  ⇒ Unterordnung: Strepsirrhini  ⇒ Infraordnung: Adapiformes

Taxo­no­mie Stufe

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Die gezeigte Taxonomie ist der Versuch aus Einstufungen verschiedenster Wissenschaftler eine schlüssige Zuordnung zu treffen. Da sich die Taxonomie durch verfeinerte Untersuchungsmethoden und weitere Funde verändern kann, versteht sich unsere Zuordnung nur als Anhaltspunkt.

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Trouessart, 1879

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Adapoidea

Lebenszeitraum in Million Jahren (Ma)

Startalter: 50.3 Ma - Endalter: 28.1 Ma
Phanerozoic
(Phanerozoikum)
Cenozoic
(Känozoikum)
Paleogene
(Paläogen)
Oligocene
(Oligozän)
Eocene
(Eozän)
Chattian
(Chattium)
Rupelian
(Rupelium)
Priabonian
(Priabonium)
Bartonian
(Bartonium)
Lutetian
(Lutetium)
Ypresian
(Ypresium)
23.03
28.4
28.4
33.9
33.9
37
37
40.4
40.4
48.6
48.6
55.8

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Motilität: aktiv mobil
Lebensweise und Ort: arboreal
Umweltbedingungen: landgebunden (terrestrisch)
Ernährungsweise:

Allesfresser (omnivore)

Zusammensetzung der Überreste:

phosphatisch

Referenz- und Quellangaben, Literatur

Automatische Verweise auf fremde Internet-Inhalte (Verantwortlichkeit liegt beim Betreiber)

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Nächst niedrigere Taxonomie-Stufe

Auf gleicher taxonomischer Ebene (Geschwister) (Anzahl: 11)

Fossilzuordnungen (83)

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  • M. Godinot, 2018 - Un nouveau gisement à vertébrés éocènes, Rouzilhac (MP 10-11), dans la série molassique d’Issel (Aude, France) - Revue de Paléobiologie, Genève (37), 141-333 (journal article, French)
  • K. D. Rose, 2018 - New fossils from Tadkeshwar Mine (Gujarat, India) increase primatediversity from the early Eocene Cambay Shale - Journal of Human Evolution (122), 93-107 (journal article, English)
  • J. Femenias-Gual, 2017 - Agerinia marandati sp. nov., a new early Eocene primate from the Iberian Peninsula, sheds new light on the evolution of the genus Agerinia - PeerJ (5), e3239-35 (journal article, English)
  • J. Femenias-Gual, 2016 - New dental material and redescription of Agerinia roselli (Primates, Adapiformes) from Les Saleres (early Eocene, NE Iberian Peninsula) - Palaeontologia Electronica (), 1-17 (journal article, English)
  • J. Femenias-Gual, 2016 - Agerinia smithorum sp. nov., a new early Eocene primate fromthe Iberian Peninsula - American Journal of Physical Anthropology (161), 116-124 (journal article, English)
  • J. Marigó, 2013 - Nievesia sossisensis, a new anchomomyin (Adapiformes, Primates) from the early Late Eocene of the southern Pyrenees (Catalonia, Spain) - Journal of Human Evolution (64), 1-13 (journal article, English)
  • J.G. Fleagle, 2013 - Primate adaptation and evolution - (), - (book, English)
  • K. D. Rose, 2012 - Earliest Eocene mammalian fauna from the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum at Sand Creek Divide, southern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming - University of Michigan Papers on Paleontology (36), 1-122 (serial monograph, English)
  • J. Marigó, 2011 - New Anchomomys (Adapoidea, Primates) from the Robiacian (Middle Eocene) of northeastern Spain. Taxonomic and evolutionary implications - Journal of Human Evolution (60), 665-672 (journal article, English)
  • J. Marigó, 2010 - New Anchomomyini (Adapoidea, Primates) from the Mazaterón Middle Eocene locality (Almazán Basin, Soria, Spain) - Journal of Human Evolution (58), 353-361 (journal article, English)
  • J. J. Hooker, 2010 - The mammal fauna of the early Eocene Blackheath Formation of Abbey Wood, London - Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society (165), 1-162 (serial monograph, English)
  • K. D. Rose, 2009 - Early Eocene primates from Gujarat, India - Journal of Human Evolution (56), 366-404 (journal article, English)
  • J. L. Franzen, 2009 - Complete primate skeleton from the Middle Eocene of Messel in Germany: Morphology and Paleobiology - PloSone (4), 1-27 (journal article, English)
  • S. Bajpai, 2008 - Oldest Asian record of Anthropoidea - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (105), 11093-11098 (journal article, English)
  • G. F. Gunnell, 2008 - New primates (Mammalia) from the early and middle Eocene of Pakistan and their paleobiogeographical implications - Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan (32), 1-14 (journal article, English)
  • K. D. Rose, 2007 - A new adapoid primate from the early Eocene of India - Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan (31), 379-385 (journal article, English)
  • J. I. Bloch, 2007 - New Paleocene skeletons and the relationship of plesiadapiformes to crown-clade primates - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA (104), 1159-1164 (journal article, English)
  • S. Bajpai, 2005 - Early Eocene primates from Vastan Lignite Mine, Gujarat, western India - Journal of the Palaeontological Society of India (50), 43-54 (journal article, English)
  • J. L. Franzen, 2004 - First fossil primates from Eckfeld Maar, Middle Eocene (Eifel, Germany) - Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae (97), 213-220 (journal article, English)
  • G. F. Gunnell, 2002 - Notharctine primates (Adapiformes) from the early to middle Eocene (Wasatchian-Bridgerian) of Wyoming: transitional species and the origins of Notharctus and Smilodectes - Journal of Human Evolution (43), 353-380 (journal article, English)
  • J. Alroy, 2002 - Synonymies and reidentifications of North American fossil mammals - (), - (unpublished, English)
  • D.L. Gebo, 2002 - Adapiformes: Phylogeny and adaptation - The Primate Fossil Record (), 21-43 (book chapter, English)
  • G. F. Gunnell, 2002 - New assessment of Pondaungia and Amphipithecus (Primates) from the late middle Eocene of Myanmar, with a comment on Amphipithecidae - Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan (30), 337-372 (journal article, English)
  • K. D. Rose, 1999 - Skull of early Eocene Cantius abditus (primates: Adapiformes) and its phylogenetic implications, with a reevaluation of “Hesperolemur” actius - American Journal of Physical Anthropology (109), 523-539 (journal article, English)
  • M. Godinot, 1998 - A summary of adapiform systematics and phylogeny - Folia Primatologica (69), 218-249 (journal article, English)
  • E. L. Simons, 1997 - Discovery of the Smallest Fayum Egyptian Primates (Anchomomyini, Adapidae) - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (94), 180-184 (journal article, English)
  • M. C. McKenna, 1997 - - Classification of Mammals Above the Species Level (), 1-640 (book, English)
  • G. F. Gunnell, 1995 - New notharctine (primates, adapiformes) skull from the Uintan (middle Eocene) of San Diego County, California - American Journal of Physical Anthropology (98), 447-470 (journal article, English)
  • R. L. Ciochon, 1994 - The Asian origin of Anthropoidea revisited - Anthropoid Origins (Plenum Press, New York) (), 143-162 (book/book chapter, English)
  • J. L. Franzen, 1994 - The Messel Primates and Anthropoid Origins - Anthropoid Origins, J. G. Fleagle and R. F. Kay (eds.), Plenum Press (), 99-122 (book/book chapter, English)
  • A. J. Kihm, 1992 - Two new species of adapid primates from the late Wasatchian of northwestern Colorado - Hunteria (3), 1-6 (journal article, English)
  • K. C. Beard, 1988 - New notharctine primate fossils from the early Eocene of New Mexico and southern Wyoming and the phylogeny of Notharctinae - American Journal of Physical Anthropology (75), 439-469 (journal article, English)
  • D. E. Russell, 1987 - Nouveaux primates de l’Éocène du Pakistan - Comptes Rendus de l'Academie des Sciences, Paris, Série II (5), 209-214 (journal article, French)
  • J.G.M. Thewissen, 1987 - Artiodactyla and Perissodactyla (Mammalia) from the early-middle Eocene Kuldana Formation of Kohat (Pakistan) - Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan (27), 247-274 (journal article, English)
  • J. L. Franzen, 1987 - Ein neuer Primate aus dem Mitteleozän der Grube Messel (Deutschland, S-Hessen); (A new primate from the Middle Eocene of Grube Messel (Germany, Southern Hessen)). - Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg (91), 151-187 (journal article, German)
  • P. D. Gingerich, 1986 - Early Eocene Cantius torresi—oldest primate of modern aspect from North America - Nature (319), 319-321 (journal article, English)
  • I. Tattersall, 1983 - A reappraisal of the European Eocene primate Periconodon - Palaeontology (26), 227-230 (journal article, English)
  • J. H. Schwartz, 1983 - A review of the European primate genus Anchomomys and some allied forms - Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History (57), 344-352 (journal article, English)
  • P. D. Gingerich, 1981 - Dentition of Early Eocene Pelycodus jarrovii (Mammalia, Primates) and the Generic Attribution of Species Formerly Referred to Pelycodus - Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan (25), 327-337 (journal article, English)
  • P. D. Gingerich, 1979 - Phylogeny of middle Eocene Adapidae (Mammalia, Primates) in North America: Smilodectes and Notharctus - Journal of Paleontology (53), 153-163 (journal article, English)
  • P. D. Gingerich, 1977 - Systematics, phylogeny, and evolution of early Eocene Adapidae (Mammalia, Primates) in North America - Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan (24), 245-279 (journal article, English)
  • P. D. Gingerich, 1975 - A new genus of Adapidae (Mammalia, Primates) from the late Eocene of southern France, and its significance for the origin of higher primates - Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan (24), 163-170 (journal article, English)
  • F. S. Szalay, 1974 - New Genera of European Eocene Adapid Primates - Folia Primatologica (22), - (journal article, English)
  • M. Crusafont Pairó, 1973 - El nombre genérico Agerinia substituyendo a Agerina - Acta Geologica hispanica (8), 150- (journal article, English)
  • C. L. Gazin, 1962 - A Further Study Of The Lower Eocene Mammalian Faunas Of Southwestern Wyoming - Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections (144), 1-98 (journal article, English)
  • P. Robinson, 1957 - The species Notharctus from the Middle Eocene - Postilla (28), 1-27 (journal article, English)
  • C. L. Gazin, 1952 - The Lower Eocene Knight Formation Of Western Wyoming and Its Mammalian Faunas - Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections (117), 1-82 (journal article, English)
  • W. Granger, 1917 - A revision of the Eocene primates of the genus Notharctus - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (37), - (journal article, English)
  • W. D. Matthew, 1915 - A revision of the Lower Eocene Wasatch and Wind River faunas - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (34), - (journal article, English)
  • J. L. Wortman, 1903 - Studies of Eocene Mammalia in the Marsh Collection, Peabody Museum. Part II. Primates. Suborder Cheiromyoidea - The American Journal of Science, series 4 (16), 345-368 (journal article, English)
  • H. F. Osborn, 1902 - The four phyla of Oligocene titanotheres - Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (16), 91-109 (journal article, English)
  • E. D. Cope, 1881 - On the Vertebrata of the Wind River Eocene beds of Wyoming - Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey (6), 183-202 (journal article, English)
  • E. D. Cope, 1875 - - Systematic Catalogue of Vertebrata of the Eocene of New Mexico, Collected in 1874. Geographical Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian, Engineer Department, U. S. Army (), 5-37 (book, English)
  • E. D. Cope, 1872 - Third account of new Vertebrata from the Bridger Eocene of Wyoming Valley - Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society (), 1-4 (journal article, English)
  • O. C. Marsh, 1872 - Preliminary description of new Tertiary mammals. Part II - American Journal of Science (4), 202-224 (journal article, English)
  • O. C. Marsh, 1871 - Notice of some new fossil mammals from the Tertiary Formation - American Journal of Science (2), 35-44 (journal article, English)
  • J. Leidy, 1870 - [Abstract of remarks made before a meeting of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, October 25th, 1870] - Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (22), 113-114 (abstract, English)