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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYRACES»
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Revised List of the Vertebrated Animals Now Or Lately Living ...
Female. Purchased, Sept. 9, 1865. See P.Z.S. 1865, p. 676. Order. HYRACES.
Family HYRACID^. Genus Hyrax. 314. Hyrax capensis. Schreb. Cape Hyrax. Hab
. South Africa. a. Presented by H.E. Sir George Grey, K.C.B., F.Z.S., Jan. 8, 1861.
London Zoo (London, England), Philip Lutley Sclater, 1872
African Ecology: Benchmarks and Historical Perspectives
It might have evolved also from an anopluran Haematopinus ancestral stock on
Suidae, of which the warthog has its own species H. phacochoeri, H. latus found
on bushpig closely resembling it. With more than 25 different species hyraces are
An Encyclopedia of Natural History
The second sub-order of the Ungulates — the Hyracoidea — is formed by the
small Rodent-like animals known as hyraces, all of which are confined to Africa
and Syria, and may be comprised in the single genus Procavia. In the structure of
Library of Congress Subject Headings
U4] BT Uloboridae Hypurina language USE Ipurina language Hyraces USE
Hyraxes Hyracidae USE Hyraxes Hyracids USE Hyraxes Hyracodontidae (May
Subd Geog) [QE882. U6] BT Perissodactyla, Fossil NT Indricotherium Hyracoidea
Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office, 2009
The Hyraces or Coneys Subwrder—Hymmi'daa Gena—Hazard: Family—Manila
Habi'IaI—Afnl'a, Arabia, Syria The small animals known as hyraces, or
coneyathis latter name from their reaemhlanoe to the rabbit, —have the mouth in
Sensory Research: Multimodal Perspectives
In contrast, herbivores such as rabbits and hyraces normatively feed on highly
fibrous material which is relatively difficult to reduce to shreds or particles small
enough for bolus formation and so have long series of almost completely ...
Infamous Eve: A History
Continuing that pattern, Hyraces became their leader and renewed the treaty with
Rome forcing Assyria to attack Judea. With much bloodshed, Hyraces regained
independence, expanded his Jewish territory throughout Palestine, and even ...
Toʹore Ph.D. Ve-taktsirim Shel ʻavodot Ha-meḥkar
The hyraces are herbivorous, eating more grass in winter and more tree leaves in
summer. They pasture 3-4 hours a day in two periods of continuous eating; they
eat almost all the plants (including poisonous ones) that occur in their territory.
Universiṭat Tel-Aviv, 1974
is but little in common between the hyraces and the elephants, which respectively
form the representatives of two groups as distinct from one another as is the Odd-
Toed from the Even-Toed group of the typical Ungulates. The elephants have ...
Mammals.- v. 3. Mammals, birds.- v. 4. Birds.- v. 5. ...
Like other Ungulates, hyraces have no collar-bones (clavicles) ; and the tail is
reduced to a mere stump. In the fore-foot there are four functional toes, of which
the outermost is smaller than the others ; the first digit being represented by a