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Early Primates
Euprimates
Anapoids (strepsirrhines)
Omomyoids (haplorrhines)
Notharcus
Clear primate traits ... Ex) post orbital bar, large brain
ancestral lemurs
ancestral tarsiers
kind of anapoid
Euprimates
Clear primate traits ... Ex) post orbital bar, large brain
Anapoids (strepsirrhines)
ancestral lemurs
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EARLY PRIMATES
MIOCENE
OLIGOCENE
EOCENE
PALEOCENE
23.8... Victoriapithecus... Proconsul... Sivapithecus... Gigantopithecus
33.7... Apidium... Aegyptopithecus... Branisella
54.8 ... Basal Anthropoids (Eosimias&Biretia)... Adapidea... Omomyidae
65... Plesiadapiforms
MIOCENE
23.8... Victoriapithecus... Proconsul... Sivapithecus... Gigantopithecus
OLIGOCENE
33.7... Apidium... Aegyptopithecus... Branisella
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Early Primates
Early Primate Adaptions
The Earliest Primates were
Plesiadapis
Carpolestes simpsoni
-no post orbital bar ... -long snout... -laterally placed orbits... VE…
Plesidapiform Primates from 65 M.Y.A.... placed on own suborder…
Primate-like ancestor ... rodent like incisors ... primate like mol…
the link b/tw primate-like ancestors and the earliest true pr…
Early Primate Adaptions
-no post orbital bar ... -long snout... -laterally placed orbits... VE…
The Earliest Primates were
Plesidapiform Primates from 65 M.Y.A.... placed on own suborder…
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Early Primates
Genetics vs fossil record
What are the ways in which Plesiadapif…
What's the relevance of Altiatlasius?
What happens in the Eocene?
Genetics vs fossil evidence differs. This poses a problem wit…
Plesiadapiformes ("Adapid-like" or "near Adapiformes") is an…
Altiatlasius is potentially the oldest known "euprimate" (pri…
We get primates! And a big flourishing - today we only have a…
Genetics vs fossil record
Genetics vs fossil evidence differs. This poses a problem wit…
What are the ways in which Plesiadapif…
Plesiadapiformes ("Adapid-like" or "near Adapiformes") is an…
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Early Primates and hominins
Purgatoris
Plesiadapiformes
Omomydae
Adapidae
Miocene. Rodent like proto primate.
Miocene proto primate that have no PO bar and no claws. Look…
Eocene. Family of true primates. Tarsiers come from this fami…
Eocene. Family of true primates. Lemurs and lorisoids com fro…
Purgatoris
Miocene. Rodent like proto primate.
Plesiadapiformes
Miocene proto primate that have no PO bar and no claws. Look…
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Primates and early humans
Eocene primates
Omomyids
Adapids
First anthropoids
-post orbital bar... -stereoscopic vision... -eyes forward... -nails... -…
-Eocene epoch... -100-300 grams... -leaper and quadruped... -2-1-3-3 d…
-eocene eopch... -2-3 kg... -arboreal quadrupeds... -2-1-4-3 dentition
-Oligocene epoch... -larger molars... -flatter faces... -larger brains…
Eocene primates
-post orbital bar... -stereoscopic vision... -eyes forward... -nails... -…
Omomyids
-Eocene epoch... -100-300 grams... -leaper and quadruped... -2-1-3-3 d…
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Primates & Early Humans
Old world monkeys
New world monkeys
Primates
Great Apes
Non-prehensile tails.
Prehensile tail that can grasp.
Stereoscopic vision; flexible, grasping fingers; larger cereb…
Gibbons, orangutans, chimpanzees, gorillas, and humans. Omniv…
Old world monkeys
Non-prehensile tails.
New world monkeys
Prehensile tail that can grasp.
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Early Primates -> Apes
Plesiadapiforms
Adapoids
Omomyoids
Apidium
Paleocene... North America... No postorbital bar... Small brain... claws…
Eocene... North America, Europe, Asia... quadrupedal ... elongated sno…
Eocene... North America, Europe, Asia... similar to tarsiers... short…
Oligocene... Haplorhine... fused mandibular symphysis... full postorbi…
Plesiadapiforms
Paleocene... North America... No postorbital bar... Small brain... claws…
Adapoids
Eocene... North America, Europe, Asia... quadrupedal ... elongated sno…
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Time Periods and Early Primates
Pleistocene
Pliocene
Miocene
Oligocene
Rise of Homo
Development of hominins
Monkey and ape radiation
Early anthropoids
Pleistocene
Rise of Homo
Pliocene
Development of hominins
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HUMAN EVOLUTION EARLY PRIMATES
Who were the first anthropoids/monkeys?
Origin to anthropoids are?
First monkeys ancestors are?
Ancestors of New World Monkeys are?
Who are the Oligocene?
Oligocene are origins of?
Oligocene are ancestors to?
Apidiums are ancestors to?
Who were the first anthropoids/monkeys?
Who are the Oligocene?
Origin to anthropoids are?
Oligocene are origins of?
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Primates and Us- Early Experience
What is the term that refers to a care…
Chimpanzees have a shorter period for…
John Bowlby's idea that there is a bio…
Konrad Lorenz's idea of imprinting sta…
Alloparent
False
Theory of Attachment
Vision
What is the term that refers to a care…
Alloparent
Chimpanzees have a shorter period for…
False
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Macroevolution and the Early Primates
The earth is _____ billion years old
Human and primate evolution spans the…
what is the name of the era of the hum…
What is Taphonomy?
4.5
65
Cenozoic Era
study of what happens to the remains of an animal from the ti…
The earth is _____ billion years old
4.5
Human and primate evolution spans the…
65
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Early Hominid and Primate Species
Plesiadapis
Adapoids
Darwinius
Omomyids
Paleocene 66-56 MYA North America
Eocene 56-34 MYA North America, Europe, Asia, Africa
Eocene 47 MYA Germany
Eocene 56-34 MYA North America, Europe, Asia, Africa
Plesiadapis
Paleocene 66-56 MYA North America
Adapoids
Eocene 56-34 MYA North America, Europe, Asia, Africa
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Early Primate Evolution
Primate Taxonomy-Old
Primate Taxonomy-New
Primate Characteristics (9)
Diurnal
- Prosimii - lemurs, lorises, galagoes, tarsiers... - Anthropoi…
- Strepsirhini (curved nose-slit) - lemurs, lorises, galgoes…
1. Generalized skeletons with arboreal (tree dwelling) adapta…
active in the daytime
Primate Taxonomy-Old
- Prosimii - lemurs, lorises, galagoes, tarsiers... - Anthropoi…
Primate Taxonomy-New
- Strepsirhini (curved nose-slit) - lemurs, lorises, galgoes…
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early primate phylogony
Adapoids
Omomyoid
Altiatlasius
Teilardina
stem strepsirhine
stem haplorhine
euprimate
stem haplorhine
Adapoids
stem strepsirhine
Omomyoid
stem haplorhine
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Primate and Early Human Evolution
Foramen Magnum
Supraorbital Ridge
prognathism
Human Dental Formula
found underneath skull ... the place where brain and spinal cord…
Ridge on skull... more found on gorillas not homosapians
how far out the jaw extends
2123
Foramen Magnum
found underneath skull ... the place where brain and spinal cord…
Supraorbital Ridge
Ridge on skull... more found on gorillas not homosapians
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Early Primate Evolution
Paleocene
Eocene
Milocene
Pliocene
35 - 54 Million Years Ago
54 - 34 Million Years Ago
34 - 23 Million Years Ago
23 - 5.5 Million Years Ago
Paleocene
35 - 54 Million Years Ago
Eocene
54 - 34 Million Years Ago
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Early primate evolution
One taxon from the Paleocene
Two taxa from the Eocene
Anthropoid characteristics and Four ta…
Saadanius hijazensis
Purgatorius, the Earliest Pesiadapid; single molar found, dat…
Adapids and Omomyids... 1. Notharctus: Small-medium size, diurn…
Anthropoid characteristics: decreased olfactory lobe, orbital…
29-28 mya; tube-like ear, advanced stem catarrhine, right bef…
One taxon from the Paleocene
Purgatorius, the Earliest Pesiadapid; single molar found, dat…
Two taxa from the Eocene
Adapids and Omomyids... 1. Notharctus: Small-medium size, diurn…
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Early Primate Evolution
Primate Taxonomy-Old
Primate Taxonomy-New
Primate Characteristics (9)
Diurnal
- Prosimii - lemurs, lorises, galagoes, tarsiers... - Anthropoi…
- Strepsirhini (curved nose-slit) - lemurs, lorises, galgoes…
1. Generalized skeletons with arboreal (tree dwelling) adapta…
active in the daytime
Primate Taxonomy-Old
- Prosimii - lemurs, lorises, galagoes, tarsiers... - Anthropoi…
Primate Taxonomy-New
- Strepsirhini (curved nose-slit) - lemurs, lorises, galgoes…
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early primate forms
Euchonta
plesiadapiformes
Purgatorisis
Euprimates
suborder that includes tree shrews, flying lemurs, plesiadapi…
possibly archaic primates; very successful group with wide di…
oldest potential primate, from the Cretaceous (with dinosaurs…
first definitive primate--appear in earliest Eocene, 56 mya;…
Euchonta
suborder that includes tree shrews, flying lemurs, plesiadapi…
plesiadapiformes
possibly archaic primates; very successful group with wide di…
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Early Primate Evolution
Eomaia
True or False... Tree shrews (Scandentia)…
Arboreal
Nocturnal
early placental 125 mya that is small and likely nocturnal
True
Animal that lives in the trees
Active during the night
Eomaia
early placental 125 mya that is small and likely nocturnal
True or False... Tree shrews (Scandentia)…
True
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Early Primate Evolution
Archonta
Cenozoic Epoch: Paleocene
Cenozoic Epoch: Eocene
Cenozoic Epoch: Oligocene
Extant organisms includes primate, plesiadapiformes, tree shr…
65-54 million yrs ago
54-34 million yrs ago
34-23 million yrs ago
Archonta
Extant organisms includes primate, plesiadapiformes, tree shr…
Cenozoic Epoch: Paleocene
65-54 million yrs ago
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Early Primate Evolution (3b)
Eomaia?
Eomaia was what type of mammal?
_____ (Scandentia) are closely related…
What does arboreal stand for?
early placental mammal; small, likely nocturnal
Cretaceous
Tree shrews
living in trees
Eomaia?
early placental mammal; small, likely nocturnal
Eomaia was what type of mammal?
Cretaceous
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Anthro 111 - Primates --> early homo
Gibbons
Orangutan
Lowland and mountain gorilla
Chimpanzees
Pair bonding, joint territory defense, male-female pairs coop…
Suspensory, terrestrial knuckle-walking with limited bipedial…
Single dominant sexually dimorphic "silverback", female trans…
Omnivorous, arboreal/terrestrial foraging, knuckle-walking, l…
Gibbons
Pair bonding, joint territory defense, male-female pairs coop…
Orangutan
Suspensory, terrestrial knuckle-walking with limited bipedial…
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Early primates (Paleocene through Oligocene):
What do angiosperms and the extinction…
To whom are primates most closely rela…
Who are the plesiadapiforms?
What characteristics do they possess?
Mid-late mesozoic we see first flowering plants (angiosperms)…
Primates share an ancestor with dermopterans (skin wing anima…
order of mammals found in Montana, colorado and wyoming... - dat…
shrew size ... solitary quadrupeds... well-developed sense of smell…
What do angiosperms and the extinction…
Mid-late mesozoic we see first flowering plants (angiosperms)…
To whom are primates most closely rela…
Primates share an ancestor with dermopterans (skin wing anima…
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Chapter 9 Early Primate Evolution
Paleocene (1st)
Eocene (2nd)
Oligocene (3nd)
Miocene (4th)
1st primates?... Proprimates
Euprimates... True primates... Prosimians
Anthropoid... Radiation
Hominoid (ape)... Radiation
Paleocene (1st)
1st primates?... Proprimates
Eocene (2nd)
Euprimates... True primates... Prosimians
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Anthropology 1000: Primates and Early Civilizations
_____ is the name of the wild ancestor…
_____ is not a proper role for an appl…
_____ indicates(s) a shift from smell…
The use of anthropological findings, c…
Teosinte
Helping to impose development programs designed solely by int…
Stereoscopic vision
Applied Anthropology
_____ is the name of the wild ancestor…
Teosinte
_____ is not a proper role for an appl…
Helping to impose development programs designed solely by int…
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Early primates (Paleocene through Oligocene):
What do angiosperms and the extinction…
To whom are primates most closely rela…
To what supraorder and grand order do…
Who are the plesiadapiforms? What char…
angiosperms and the extinction of dinosaurs allowed for more…
Plesiadapiformes
euarchontoglires and euarchonta
Order of mammals found in Montana., Colorado, New Mexico, and…
What do angiosperms and the extinction…
angiosperms and the extinction of dinosaurs allowed for more…
To whom are primates most closely rela…
Plesiadapiformes
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Anthropology 001: Early Primates and Hominids
Plesiadapiforms
Darwinius massilae
Aegyptopithecus
Apidium
The earliest primates date to the... Paleocene (65-56 mya)... Large…
It comes from the Eocene Messel site in Germany,... dates to 47…
Potential ancestor of both hominoids and Old World monkeys.... L…
Under the Fayum family of anthropoids.... Is represented by seve…
Plesiadapiforms
The earliest primates date to the... Paleocene (65-56 mya)... Large…
Darwinius massilae
It comes from the Eocene Messel site in Germany,... dates to 47…
Bio Anth: early primate evolution
Sivapithecus
Proconsul
Omomyids
Propliopithecidae
Miocene, Similar to orangutans except no suspensory adaptatio…
Miocene, similar to Hominos, sectorial complex and Y-5 , no t…
Eocene, Tarsier like, larger brains, forward and large eyes,…
Oligocene, Catarrhine like, post orbital closure, fused mandi…
Sivapithecus
Miocene, Similar to orangutans except no suspensory adaptatio…
Proconsul
Miocene, similar to Hominos, sectorial complex and Y-5 , no t…
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Anth 1210 early primates and hominins
Human species:... 1. Species (group of or…
Darwin inspired by his ___ observation…
Three natural selection principles: 1.…
T or F: Chimpanzees diverged the last…
Homo sapiens, Homo, Hominoidea, Primates
voyage, artificial, uniformitarianism, pop growth, embryology…
Variation, heritability, reproductive success, species
False, 4-6 mya, true
Human species:... 1. Species (group of or…
Homo sapiens, Homo, Hominoidea, Primates
Darwin inspired by his ___ observation…
voyage, artificial, uniformitarianism, pop growth, embryology…
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Evolution of Life to Mammals and Early Primates
k-t
permian triassic
origin of life
multicellular life forms
Layer between rocks of the Crestaceous Period and the rocks o…
About 250 mya. Biggest. Probably a comet or asteroid impact,…
3.5 bya
600 mya
k-t
Layer between rocks of the Crestaceous Period and the rocks o…
permian triassic
About 250 mya. Biggest. Probably a comet or asteroid impact,…
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EARLY PRIMATE FOSSIL ID's
Purgatorius
Archicebus achilles
Saadanius hijazensis
Kenyapithecus
NON-RODENT PLESIADAPID. 65 mya Paleocene, appearance: less sp…
TARSIER ARCHIE. 55 mya Eocene, oldest haplorhine fossil disco…
TUBE-EAR CAT. 28 mya Oligocene, fossil found right before est…
BUFF APE UNCLE? 14 mya Miocene. appearance: bigger molars + t…
Purgatorius
NON-RODENT PLESIADAPID. 65 mya Paleocene, appearance: less sp…
Archicebus achilles
TARSIER ARCHIE. 55 mya Eocene, oldest haplorhine fossil disco…
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Early Primate Evolution (class notes)
Absolute Dating
Relative Dating
Therapsids
Plesiadapids
Potassium-Argon dating... -radioactive isotope of potassium deca…
Biostratigraphy
Similar to earliest mammals; not quite primates ("proto-mamma…
(60-61 Ma)... -No nails (claws)... -No opposable big toe... -long inci…
Absolute Dating
Potassium-Argon dating... -radioactive isotope of potassium deca…
Relative Dating
Biostratigraphy
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Fossil Primates and Early Hominins: Station 1
Cranial vault
Anterior pillars
Diastema
Innominate
how high the cranial shape is
has to do with the frequent use of canines
space between the upper canine and upper incisors... Humans do N…
the half of the pelvis... can be either side
Cranial vault
how high the cranial shape is
Anterior pillars
has to do with the frequent use of canines
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Chapter 9 Early Primate Evolution
Paleocene (1st)
Eocene (2nd)
Oligocene (3nd)
Miocene (4th)
1st primates?... Proprimates
Euprimates... True primates... Prosimians
Anthropoid... Radiation
Hominoid (ape)... Radiation
Paleocene (1st)
1st primates?... Proprimates
Eocene (2nd)
Euprimates... True primates... Prosimians
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Cenozoic Eras & Early Primate Evolution
Paleocene
What species is associated with the Pa…
Plesiadapiformes
Eocene Era and its significance
65-54mya
Plesiadapiformes
Too specialized to be primates:... -No post-orbital bar... -Claws;…
55-34mya... First true primates evolved
Paleocene
65-54mya
What species is associated with the Pa…
Plesiadapiformes
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Ch. 7 Primate evolution: From early primates to hominoids
adapid 115
Aegyptopithecus 117
carpolestes 111
continental drift 112
A type of prosmn with many more like Bueter appeared in there…
...an Oligocene anthropoid and probably the best known propli…
Have an interesting mix of primate and nonprimate characteris…
One important reason for the very different climates of the p…
adapid 115
A type of prosmn with many more like Bueter appeared in there…
Aegyptopithecus 117
...an Oligocene anthropoid and probably the best known propli…
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Anthro Exam 2 - primate origins, fossil primates, early hominins
Purgatorious
Plesiadapiformes
Adapoids
Omomyoids
65 Ma (Paleocene)... Earliest potential primate
60 Ma (Paleocene)
Eocene... Euprimate: earliest 'true' primate
Eocene... Euprimate: 'true' primate
Purgatorious
65 Ma (Paleocene)... Earliest potential primate
Plesiadapiformes
60 Ma (Paleocene)
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Lab 12 (Module 3): "Early Primates"
SelfTest12.1#1: Which of the following…
SelfTest12.1#2a: Which of the followin…
SelfTest12.1#2b: Which of the followin…
SelfTest12.1#2c: All of the Oligocene…
reduced snout size... postorbital bar... nails vs claws... opposabi…
Apidium... Parapithecus... Platyrrhines
Catarrhines... Aegyptopithecus
Platyrrhines
SelfTest12.1#1: Which of the following…
reduced snout size... postorbital bar... nails vs claws... opposabi…
SelfTest12.1#2a: Which of the followin…
Apidium... Parapithecus... Platyrrhines
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Chapter 7 - Primate Evolution: From Early Primates to Hominoids
Where do much of evidence for primate…
What can you tell about the skeleton o…
What can you tell about the skeleton o…
Describe locomotion with disproportion…
teeth and jaws... - no primate has more than two incisors in ea…
have front and back limbs of the same length, their limbs short
more adapted for speed so they have longer limbs and shorter…
more characteristic of vertical clingers and leapers and brac…
Where do much of evidence for primate…
teeth and jaws... - no primate has more than two incisors in ea…
What can you tell about the skeleton o…
have front and back limbs of the same length, their limbs short
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anthro lab chapter 12 early primates
First eon with primates?
Eras within the phanerozoic eon?
First era with primates?
Epochs within cenozoic era?
phanerozoic eon
cenozoic era, mesozoic era, and paleozoic era
cenozoic era
paleocene, eocene, oligocene, miocene, pliocene, pleistocene,…
First eon with primates?
phanerozoic eon
Eras within the phanerozoic eon?
cenozoic era, mesozoic era, and paleozoic era
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Early Anthropoids, New World Primates and Miocene Anthropoids
Late Middle Eocene
Early Anthropoids found in
Eosimias
Biretia
. Early Anthropoids 1st appeared to early Oligocene (finally…
China (suggests Asian origin) but also found in Africa (Biret…
"Dawn Monkey"... dates back to 42 m.y.a.... found in China ... -tarsal…
found in the Fayum Depression, Egypt ... 37 m.y.a. Late Eocene…
Late Middle Eocene
. Early Anthropoids 1st appeared to early Oligocene (finally…
Early Anthropoids found in
China (suggests Asian origin) but also found in Africa (Biret…
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EVANTH lecture 13: Early Primate Evolution
Earliest Primates Eocene- Ogliocene
First Haplorrhines
• Algeripithecus minutus
• Eosimias
Warming throughout early Eocene... • Adapids and omomyids flouri…
Haplorrhines radiated during Oligocene (34-23 Ma)... -Origins ma…
North Africa... • 50 Ma... • Initially thought to be earliest haplo…
(4 species)... Southern China... • 45-40 Ma... • Generally considered…
Earliest Primates Eocene- Ogliocene
Warming throughout early Eocene... • Adapids and omomyids flouri…
First Haplorrhines
Haplorrhines radiated during Oligocene (34-23 Ma)... -Origins ma…
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Primate Evolution: Late Eocene - Early Oligocene
Anthropoids
Dental Formula of Platyrrhini vs. Cata…
? about Origins of Anthropoids
Characteristics of Late Eocene/Early O…
SUBORDER: Anthropoidea... INFRAORDERS: Platyrrhinni- NWM (flat n…
2:1:3:3 or 2:1:3:2 VS. 2:1:2:3
Phylogenetic position=> Relation in time with other mammals?…
Continued reduction of snout & nasal area... Fully enclosed eye…
Anthropoids
SUBORDER: Anthropoidea... INFRAORDERS: Platyrrhinni- NWM (flat n…
Dental Formula of Platyrrhini vs. Cata…
2:1:3:3 or 2:1:3:2 VS. 2:1:2:3
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EXAM3-Early Primate Evolution 1
7 Epochs of the Cenozoic
Cretaceous Mammals
Mammalian Radiation
Divergence Times
Paleocene, Eocene, Oligocene, Miocene, Pliocene, Pleistocene,…
Eomaia, Colugo
-Most orders of mammals have their origin in the Paleocene ... -…
Genetic comparisons suggests primate origins within the Late…
7 Epochs of the Cenozoic
Paleocene, Eocene, Oligocene, Miocene, Pliocene, Pleistocene,…
Cretaceous Mammals
Eomaia, Colugo
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Study Guide - Quiz 2 - Early Primate Evolution
Therapsids
Opposability
Molecular dating
Amphipithecus
A prehistoric reptile ancestor of mammals
the use of the thumb and great toes for grasping "opposed to"…
Estimating the sequence and timing of the divergence of evolu…
...
Therapsids
A prehistoric reptile ancestor of mammals
Opposability
the use of the thumb and great toes for grasping "opposed to"…
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EvAnth Test 2: Early primates (Paleocene through Oligocene)
What do angiosperms and the extinction…
To whom are primates most closely rela…
To what supraorder and grand order do…
Who are the plesiadapiforms? What char…
angiosperms and the extinction of dinosaurs allowed for more…
Plesiadapiformes
euarchontoglires and euarchonta
Order of mammals found in Montana., Colorado, New Mexico, and…
What do angiosperms and the extinction…
angiosperms and the extinction of dinosaurs allowed for more…
To whom are primates most closely rela…
Plesiadapiformes
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Chapter 9 - Early Primate Evolution (1st 50 million years)
Geological Time Periods (within Cenozo…
Early Primate Evolution Levels
Arboreal Hypothesis
Aboreal
1. Paleocene... 2. Eocene... 3. Oligocene... 4. Miocene
1. Prosimian... 2. Anthropoid... 3. Hominoid... 4. Hominins
Primate traits (ie grasping hands and binocular vision) were…
in the trees
Geological Time Periods (within Cenozo…
1. Paleocene... 2. Eocene... 3. Oligocene... 4. Miocene
Early Primate Evolution Levels
1. Prosimian... 2. Anthropoid... 3. Hominoid... 4. Hominins
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Study Guide - Quiz 2 - Early Primate Evolution-questions
a) To what order of mammals did the an…
During which geological epoch did the…
List the three theories currently bein…
List two mammalian orders with members…
a) Theraspids, monotremes, prosimians, protoprimates b) prima…
The first true primates appeared in the Eocene, around 60 mya
developed adaptations for living in trees(arboreal adaptation…
Prosimii ... (prosimians - 'premonkeys") ... and ... Anthropoidea ... (mo…
a) To what order of mammals did the an…
a) Theraspids, monotremes, prosimians, protoprimates b) prima…
During which geological epoch did the…
The first true primates appeared in the Eocene, around 60 mya
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