- Ursus + -idae (Wiktionary)
“You're partly correct; pandas are now considered to be related to bears, based on molecular studies -- they are now classified in Ursidae.”
“According to director of the Northern branch of the All-Russian research institute of hunting economy and fur farming Vladimir Korepanov, some of the footsteps belong to a bear, and some of them remind those of Primates and Ursidae simultaneously.”
“I had never pegged myself for something from the Ursidae family.”
“It means that, at first, they were put in the Carnivore class with Raccoons…. then, switched to ‘Ursidae’ – bear.”
“They were then placed in the family Ursidae because of similarities in DNA.”
“Compare and contrast a minimum of three family level groups of animals within the same order Ursidae, Canidae, Procyonidae, for example.”
“An empirical evaluation of genetic distance statistics using microsatellite data from bear Ursidae populations.”
“Yu et al. (2004), by combining nuclear and mitochondrial DNA findings, have gained new insight into the evolutionary history of the bears (Ursidae).”
“In effect the head differs considerably from the _Ursidae_ and the _Mustelidae_, and presents certain resemblances to that of the hyaena; but there are numerous and important particulars which indicate a special zoological type, and it is only by an inspection of the dental system that the natural affinities of the _Ailuropus_ can be determined.”
“This animal was placed by Linnaeus among the _Ursidae_, and is classed by some with the _Melididae_, but its dentition is more that of the Martens, which occupy the next group.”
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