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The phylogenetic development of food selection in certain Orthopteroids

AutorGangwere, S. K.
Palabras claveBlattodea
Fecha de publicación28-feb-1967
EditorConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CSIC - Instituto Español de Entomología
CitaciónEos : revista española de entomología 42(3-4): 383-392 (1966)
ResumenThe horse, Equus, has long enjoyed a k-ind of pre-eminence in the eyes of biologists. So instructive and apparently well-documented are the facts of its evolution that a discussion of them is a part of most elementary courses in zoology. Several decades of students have beeil taught that the horse finds its origin in the Eocene with the rise of the humble forest-dweller Eohip pus. This cat-sized animal of browzing habit was dramatically transformed into modern Equus through a series of increases in body size and changes in teeth and legs adapting it for a cursorial, grazing existence. These adaptations followed known changes in the Tertiary landscape from moist woodland to dry grassland.
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