Lemuriformes

Lemuriformes is an infraorder of primate that falls under the suborder Strepsirrhini. It includes the lemurs of Madagascar, as well as the galagos and lorisids of Africa and Asia, although a popular alternative taxonomy places the lorisoids in their own infraorder, Lorisiformes. Lemuriform primates are characterized by a toothcomb, a specialized s...
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Lemuriformes

(from the article `primate`) ...genus, 2 species, one recently extinct, perhaps the past 500 years, from Madagascar. Holocene.Infraorder Lemuriformes (lemurs)Family ...
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