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Ruberodon - A Therapsid of the Triassic

          This link has an illustration of Exaereton, which is closely related to Ruberodon. Both are in the family Traversodontidae. The image gives
Neal Robbins
May 22
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7419

Re: Diapheromera femorata - A Living Relative of Arachnophasma

    You're welcome, Tom. I have seen a couple of those stick insects during the past couple of days. As we know, they are among the oldest clades of
Neal Robbins
May 21
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7418

Re: Diapheromera femorata - A Living Relative of Arachnophasma

Thanks Neal, another insect I'm crazy about is the "walking stick". I haven't seen one in ages, though. Guess I don't get out in the country enough now that
Tom Johnson
May 21
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7417

Diapheromera femorata - A Living Relative of Arachnophasma

              A photo of Diapheromera femorata is on this
Neal Robbins
May 21
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7416

Arachnophasma scurra - An Insect of the Permian

           Arachnophasma was an insect of the Permian. The systematic paleontology of it is: Arthropoda Latreille 1829Insecta Linnaeus 1758Phasmatida
Neal Robbins
May 21
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7414

Caloxanthus - A Crab of the Cretaceous and Paleocene

On Tuesday, May 19, 2015 5:54 AM, Neal Robbins wrote:          This link has fossil photos of
Neal Robbins
May 19
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7413

Paraechinus micropus - A Living Relative of Galerix

          These links have photos of Paraechinus micropus.http://www.indianaturewatch.net/displayimage.php?id=51816
Neal Robbins
May 17
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7412

Galerix - An Erinaceid Mammal of the Miocene and Pliocene

    Galerix was a genus of erinaceid mammals that lived during the Miocene and early Pliocene. The systematic paleontology of Galerix is: Mammalia Linnaeus
Neal Robbins
May 17
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7411

Rhopalosiphum cerasifoliae - A Living Relative of Vetellinaphis

      This link has photos of Rhopalosiphum cerasifoliae.http://eol.org/pages/3690119/media     Rhopalosiphum cerasifoliae is a living relative of the
Neal Robbins
May 16
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7410

Vetellinaphis - An Aphid of the Jurassic/Cretaceous

            Vetellinaphis was a genus of aphids that lived during the Jurassic/Cretaceous. The systematic paleontology of it is:  Arthropoda
Neal Robbins
May 16
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7409

Re: Petaurista philippensis - A Living Relative of Albanensia

    You're welcome, Tom. I agree, flying squirrels are fun to observe. As we know, their fossil record dates to the Miocene. They have certainly achieved a
Neal Robbins
May 15
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7408

Re: Petaurista philippensis - A Living Relative of Albanensia

Thanks Neal, flying squirrels are fun to watch. Heck, my dog thinks they all fly. He likes to watch them jump from limb to limb, and walk across high wires.
Tom Johnson
May 15
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Pteromys momonga - A Living Relative of Albanensia

    These links have photos of Pteromys momonga.http://karikatur.biyolojigunlugu.com/gag/741
Neal Robbins
May 15
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7406

Petaurista philippensis - A Living Relative of Albanensia

    These link have photos and illustrations of Petaurista philippensis.http://www.srisalike.com/Founa/Mammals/Native/Petaurista%20philippensis.aspx
Neal Robbins
May 15
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