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Phylogenetic systematics of the Hesperocyoninae (Carnivora:Canidae)

Xiaoming Wang

Phylogenetic systematics of the Hesperocyoninae (Carnivora:Canidae)

by Xiaoming Wang

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Published by American Museum of Natural History in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canidae, Fossil -- North America.,
  • Paleontology -- Tertiary.,
  • Paleontology -- North America.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHesperocyoninae.
    StatementXiaoming Wang.
    SeriesBulletin of the American Museum of Natural History -- no. 221
    ContributionsAmerican Museum of Natural History.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination207 p. :
    Number of Pages207
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17979175M

    About this book. Phylogenetic Systematics: Haeckel to Hennig traces the development of phylogenetic systematics against the foil of idealistic morphology through years of German biology. It starts with the iconic Ernst Haeckel – the German Darwin from Jena – . Hesperocyon was assigned to Borophagini by Wang et al. in and was the earliest of the canids to evolve after the Caniformia-Feliformia split some 42 million years ago. Fossil evidence dates Hesperocyon gregarius to at least 37 mya, but the oldest Hesperocyon has been dated at mya from the Duchesnean North American land mammal age.. The Canidae subfamily Hesperocyoninae Class: Mammalia.

    The fIrst draft version of this book, written in systematics of Neoptera) had two different editions English and named "Draft revision of supraspecies in Russian - in and in (Kluge ). taxa of Ephemeroptera (without Atalophlebiinae)", English version of this fIrst volume is also prepared, was prepared as an Internet publication in ; but not published yet. thanks to Dr. Michael Price Range: $ - $ Continuing the synthesis between panbiogeography, phylogenetic systematics and geology as illustrated by empirical studies on the biogeography of New Zealand and the Chatham Islands. Systematic Zoology, 37, –

      Historical Foundations 1. Reflections on the History of Systematics Robert E. Kohler 2. Willi Hennig's Part in the History of Systematics Michael Schmitt 3. Homology as a Bridge between Evolutionary Morphology, Developmental Evolution, and Phylogenetic Systematics Manfred D. Laubichler Part Two. Conceptual Foundations /5(1). The Caninae, known as canines, (p) are one of three subfamilies found within the canid family. The other two canid subfamilies are the extinct Borophaginae and Hesperocyoninae. The Caninae includes all living canids and their most recent fossil relatives. Their fossils were first found in North America and dated to the Oligocene era, then spreading to Asia at the end of the Miocene era Class: Mammalia.


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The paraphyly of the Hesperocyoninae is also sugested by its primitive genus Hesperocyon, which is probably ancestral to both borophagines and canines.

Evolutionary trends in hesperocyonines include repeated tendencies toward hypercarnivory, involving large body size, strong cranial construction, robust premolars, and increasing length of carnassials.

Since the publication of the first edition of this landmark volume more than twenty-five years ago, phylogenetic systematics has taken its place as the dominant paradigm of systematic biology. It has profoundly influenced the way scientists study evolution, and has seen many theoretical and technical advances as the field has continued to by: This is the founding work for cladistic theory (which Hennig called phylogenetic systematics, hence the title).

Cladistics has become so pervasive in biology and paleontology that this work should be considered mandatory reading for people employed in or seriously interested in either field.5/5(4). A phylogenetic analysis of these species is performed using cladistic methods, with Hesperocyoninae, an archaic group of canids, as an outgroup.

Details - Phylogenetic systematics of the Hesperocyoninae (Carnivora, Canidae). Bulletin of the AMNH ; no. - Biodiversity Heritage Library The Biodiversity Heritage Library works. Hesperocyoninae is a subfamily of extinct canids.

Taxonomic history. Hesperocyoninae was named by Martin (). The members of this subfamily were reassigned to the family Canidae (with no subfamily) by Xiaoming Wang in [1]Hesperocyoninae are basal canids that gave rise to the other canid groups, including the Borophaginae and Caninae according to Wang and : Mammalia.

A phylogenetic analysis of these species is performed using cladistic methods, with Hesperocyoninae, an archaic group of canids, as an outgroup. At its base, the Borophaginae has a sister relationship with the subfamily Caninae, which includes all living canids and their most recent fossil relatives.

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