Sinoadapis

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Sinoadapis
Rango temporal: Mioceno
Taxonomía
Reino: Animalia
Filo: Chordata
Clase: Mammalia
Orden: Primates
Suborden: Strepsirrhini
Infraorden: Adapiformes
Familia: Sivaladapidae
Subfamilia: Sivaladapinae
Género: Sinoadapis
Wu & Pan, 1985
especies
  • Sinoadapis carnosus
  • Sinoadapis shihuibaensis

Sinoadapis es un género extinto de primates adapiformes. El género está representado por dos especies:

  • Sinoadapis carnosus Wu & Pan, 1985 † - Mioceno, Lufeng, China.
  • Sinoadapis shihuibaensis - Mioceno, Shihuiba, China.

Referencias[editar]

  • Bearda, K. C., L. Marivaux, Soe Thura Tun, Aung Naing Soe, Y. Chaimanee, W. Htoon, B. Marandat, Htun Htun Aung, and J.-J. Jaegeri (2007).New Sivaladapid Primates from the Eocene Pondaung Formation of Myanmar and the Anthropoid Status of Amphipithecidae. Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History 39 :67-76. 2007
  • Chaimanee, Y., Yamee, C., Tian, P., Chavasseau, O. & Jaeger, J.-J. Jaeger (2007) .First middle Miocene sivaladapid primate from Thailand. Journal of Human Evolution, Novembro de 2007.
  • Marivaux, L., Welcomme, J-L., Ducrocq, S. & Jaeger, J.-J. (2002). Oligocene sivaladapid primate from the Bugti Hills (Balochistan, Pakistan) bridges the gap between Eocene and Miocene adapiform communities in Southern Asia. Journal of Human Evolution, Volume 42, 4, Abril de 2002, pgs 379-388