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Fissipedia is a former biological suborder comprising the largely land-based families of the order Carnivora. By and large, members of this suborder are ...

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in carnivore (mammal order): Critical appraisal ...Carnivora (carnivores)274 species found worldwide but introduced to Australia. Suborder Fissipedia.

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Etymology[edit]. Latin fissipes (“cloven-footed”) (from fissus (“divided, cloven”) + stem of pes (“foot”)) + -ia. Proper noun[edit]. Fissipedia. (obsolete) A taxonomic ...

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Definition of Fissipedia – Our online dictionary has Fissipedia information from A Dictionary of Zoology dictionary. Encyclopedia.com: English, psychology and ...

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The Fissipedia are again divided into ten families; lions, cats, dogs, hyenas, weasels, and bears being the most important members. Various. PrevNext ...

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"Fissipedia" definition: a former biological suborder comprising the largely land- based families of the order Carnivora. Type of: suborder. Type of...

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Jan 10, 2013 ... Taxonomic Relationships of Alaska Fissipeds. fissipedia taxonomic tree. Identifying Swimming Mammals. Some terrestrial (land-based) ...

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Noun, 1. Fissipedia - in some classifications considered a suborder of Carnivora. Eutheria, subclass Eutheria - all mammals except monotremes and marsupials.

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fissipedia definition: Proper noun 1. (obsolete) A taxonomic suborder within the order Carnivora — the land carnivores. Origin Latin fissipes (“cloven-footed”) ...

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