Elephas


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Noun1.Elephas - type genus of the family ElephantidaeElephas - type genus of the family Elephantidae
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
Elephas maximus, Indian elephant - Asian elephant having smaller ears and tusks primarily in the male
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But presently I guessed the identity of the mighty creature as Elephas africanus, or, as the ancients commonly described it, African elephant.
Among those disappearing during this time are Proamphibos kashmiricus, Hemibos triquetricornis, Kobus porrecticornis, Sivatragus bohlini, Hexaprotodon sivalensis, Rhinoceros sivalensis, Equus sivalensis, Stegodon bombifrons, Elephas planifrons, and Elephas namadicus that are likely tied to both environmental changes as well as competition with new taxa, which had migrated southwards.
The wall decorations at San Giovanni also evoke some extinct denizens of the area, like the Elephas antiquus, the straight-tusked pachyderm that lived here during the Middle and Late Pleistocene.
Size at maturity, fecundity and reproductive potential of a protected population of the spiny lobster Palinurus elephas (Fabricius.
Elephas Store application also won in the competition.
2012 Sub-system Study Fishery, target species, location, or research topic Natural Lutjanus guttatus Trammel net, Palinurus elephas, population Mediterranean coast, Spain dynamics (catch data analysis) Snapper-grouper complex, Florida Keys Size-based indicators to evaluate fishing impacts Mortality and suitable exploitation ratios (E) Mortality and suitable exploitation ratios (E) Shrimp trawl, L.
yearling, adult hemionus 2004 Sumatran elephant Reilly 2002, Tyson juvenile, sub- Elephas maximus et al.
Kurt F, Hartl GB and Tiedemann R (1995) Tuskless bulls in Asian elephant Elephas maximus.
2001: Paedomorphic features and allometric growth in the skull of Elephas falconeri from Spinagallo (Middle Pleistocene, Sicily).
Se ha comprobado su procedencia de elefantes asiaticos y africanos, e incluso del extinto Elephas antiquus (por ejemplo de las terrazas del manzanares) (Liesau 2011-12) o del cachalote en contextos litorales de portugal (Schuhmacher 2013; Schuhmacher y banerjee 2012).