(https://www.openquaternary.com/articles/10.5334/oq.64/) A new study , published in the journal (https://www.openquaternary.com/articles/10.5334/oq.64/) Open Quaternary is based on two fossil teeth of cursorial
hyenas ( (http://fossilworks.org/cgi-bin/bridge.pl?taxon_no=45052&action=checkTaxonInfo) Chasmaporthetes -- the ancestors of today's hyenas), that were discovered in the 1970s on the banks of the Old Crow River in Canada.
An example of this is the controversy about the cursorial
capacities of some theropod dinosaurs such as Velociraptor and Tyrannosaurus rex (Farlow, 1981; Farlow et al., 1995; Paul, 1998; Christiansen, 1998; Hutchinson & Garcia, 2002; Hutchinson & Gatesy, 2006; Hutchinson et al., 2007; Sellers & Manning, 2007; Gatesy et al., 2009; Kokshenev & Christiansen, 2011; Grossi & Canals, 2015; Persons IV & Currie, 2016).
Performance of two arboreal pitfall trap designs in sampling cursorial
spiders from tree trunks.
By placing a really large tub upside down under the feeder, one that flopped around when tugged, so as to preclude, say, a jumping cursorial
rodent from gaining a purchase, Jeremy's dad prevented even the smartest of squirrels from accessing the feeder above.
This suggests they are cursorial
and hunt in the prevailing low light.
Wild dog are endangered, social, cursorial
hunting carnivores (Creel and Creel 1995, Woodroffe and Sillero-Zubiri 2012).
2000) may have contributed to the development of a digging capability instead of a cursorial
competence (Superina & Loughry 2012).
1903: Adaptations to aquatic, arboreal, fossorial and cursorial
habits in Mammals.
Taxonomic and some Ecological Studies of the Cursorial
Spiders of Cotton Fields at Faisalabad.
Being flightless, it exhibits advanced cursorial
abilities primarily evident in its characteristic speed and endurance.
Wired to run: exercise-induced endocannabinoid signaling in humans and cursorial
mammals with implications for the 'runner's high'.
Esta estrategia reprodutiva foi verificada em tres dias diferentes de observacao no campo, quando machos de Hexachaeta socialis, localizados sempre em galhos com muitos frutos, ao perceber a aproximacao de um macho invasor, seja por voo ou por deslocamento cursorial
, o repeliu atraves de voos rapidos e agressivos.