BZ330 Lab Final

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Class Mammalia (always man come on)
Class?
Subclass Prototheria (everything else, Theria)
This animal is oviparous, Subclass?
Infraclass Metatheria (everything else, Eutherian)
This animal has a pouch, infraclass?
large diastema
two sets of incisors
Characteristics of Order Lagomorpha?
Family Leporidae
Family?
Order Lagomorpha
Family Leporidae
(parietals fenestrated, postorbital process, supraorbital shield)
Who?
Family Ochotonidae
Order Lagomorpha
Family Ochotonidae
Who?
Order Lagomorpha
Family Ochotonidae
(parietals lack fenestrae, no supraorbital process, short narrow rostrum, but also have second set of incisors)
Who?
Superorder Laurasiatheria
Superorder of Insectivores? (bats, shrews, moles)
Order Chiroptera
Order?
small ears, big eyes, no echolocation
Characteristics of Suborder Yinpterochiroptera?
Order Chiroptera
Suborder Yinpterochiroptera
Who dis?
large ears, small eyes, echolocation in most, one claw on first digit, none on second
Characteristics of Suborder Yangochiroptera?
Suborder Yangochiroptera
Family Molossidae
Who?
Antitragus
Distinguishing characteristic of Family Molossidae?
Suborder Yangochiroptera
Family Vespertilionidae
Who?
Tragus
Distinguishing characteristic of Family Vespertilionidae?
Frugivores (fruit-eating)
Most Yinpterochiropterans are what kind of eaters?
Insectivores
Most Yangochiropterans are what kind of eaters?
nectar-eating
Nectivores?
blood-eating
Sanguinivores?
fish-eating
Piscivores
Order Solenodonta
Order?
Order Soricomorpha
Family Talpidae
Order and Family of moles?
Fossorial lifestyle
fusiform bodies (front limbs turned permanently outward)
large claws (for digging)
small eyes and ears
Characteristics of Family Talpidae?
Order Soricomorpha
Family Talpidae
who dis
Order Soricomorpha
Family Soricidae
Order and Family of shrews?
Order Soricomorpha
Family Soricidae
Who dis?
Order Soricomorpha
Family Soricidae
moles have a zygomatic arch while shrews do not
Difference between shrew and mole skull?
Order Erinaceomorpha
Order of Hedgehogs?
Suborder Feliformia and Caniformia
Two suborders of Order Carnivora?
Mostly solitary
short rostrum
well developed carnassials
Characteristics of Family Felidae?
Order Carnivora
Suborder Feliformia
Family Felidae
who dis
Suborder Feliformia
Family Felidae (well developed carnassials)
who dis
Suborder Caniformia
Dog-like suborder?
Family Ursidae
Family containing bears?
Suborder Caniformia
Family Ursidae (bunodont cheek teeth)
Who dis?
Family Procyonidae
Family containing raccoons and ringtails?
Suborder Caniformia
Family Procyonidae
who
Suborder Caniformia
Family Procyonidae
Family Canidae
Family containing dogs, wolves, foxes?
Suborder Caniformia
Family Canidae
who dis?
Suborder Caniformia
Family Canidae
who?
Family Mustelidae
Family containing wolverine, otter, badge, weasel, etc.?
Palate extends beyond molars
terminal molar is inflected inward
Distinguishing characteristic of Family Mustelidae?
Palate doesn't extend beyond molars
terminal molar is square
Distinguishing characteristics of Family Mephitidae?
Suborder Caniformia
Family Mustelidae
Who dis?
Suborder Caniformia
Suborder of seals and walruses?
Order Pholidota
Order?
Grandorder Euungulata
Infraorder Cetacea
Grandorder and Infraorder for the fully aquatic mammals?
Fusiform shape, lack pinnae and external genitalia, vestigial pelvis and limb bones
Characteristics of Infraorder Cetacea?
Parvorders Odontoceti and Mysticeti
Two Parvorders of Infraorder Cetacea?
Lack teeth and instead have baleen, two blowholes
Characteristics of Parvorder Mysticeti?
Possess teeth, one blowhole
Characteristics of Parvorder Odontoceti?
Grandorder Euungulata
Grandorder of Ungulates?
Order Artiodactyla (weight supported by 3rd and 4th digits)
Order containing "even-toed" ungulates?
cannon bone in all four feet, complex stomach, no upper incisors
Characteristics of Suborder Ruminantia?
Family Cervidae
Family containing deer, moose and caribou?
Order Artiodactyla
Suborder Ruminantia
Family Cervidae
Who dis?
Suborder Ruminantia
Family Cervidae
Suborder Ruminantia
Family Antilocapridae
Who dis?
Family Bovidae
Family containing cattle, antelope, sheep, goats?
Suborder Ruminantia
Family Bovidae
Who dis?
Suborder Ruminantia
Family Bovidae
Suborder Ruminantia
Family Bovidae
Suborder Tylopoda
Suborder containing camels and llamas?
Suborder Suiformes
Suborder containing pigs, warthogs and peccaries?
Suborder Suiformes
Family Suidae (non-native)
Who dis?
Suborder Suiformes
Family Suidae (large canine, bunodont cheek teeth)
Who dis?
Suborder Whippomorpha
Suborder of Hippos?
Order Perissodactyla
Order containing odd-toed ungulates?
mesaxonic (weight supported by 3rd middle digit, as opposed to paraxonic (artiodactyla))
Characteristics of Order Perissodactyla?
Family Equidae
Family of Horse and zebra?
Order Perissodactyla
Family Equidae
<30
How many teeth do Family Felidae have?
no
Does Family Felidae have the alisphenoid canal?
40
How many teeth do Family Procyonidae have?
no
Does Family Procyonidae have the alisphenoid canal?
42 (bunodont cheek teeth)
How many teeth do Family Ursidae have?
yes
Does Family Ursidae have the alisphenoid canal?
42 (carnassials)
How many teeth do Family Canidae have?
yes
Does Family Canidae have the alisphenoid canal?
>42
How many teeth do Families Mustelidae and Mephitidae have?

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