Strepsirrhines

Some articles on strepsirrhines, strepsirrhine:

Strepsirrhini - Evolutionary History
... Tarsiers †Omomyiformes Strepsirrhini †Adapiformes Lemuriformes Lorisoids Lemurs Strepsirrhines and haplorhines diverged shortly after the emergence of the ... Strepsirrhines include the extinct adapiforms and the lemuriform primates, which include lemurs and lorisoids (lorises, pottos, and galagos) ... hindered the understanding of mammalian evolution and the evolution of strepsirrhine traits, such as their reliance on smell (olfaction), characteristics ...
Strepsirrhini - Anatomy and Physiology - Reproductive Physiology
... Extant strepsirrhines have an epitheliochorial placenta, where the maternal blood does not come in direct contact with the fetal chorion like it does in the hemochorial placenta of haplorhines ... The strepsirrhine uterus has two distinct chambers (bicornuate) ... periods to comparably sized haplorhines, fetal growth rates are generally slower in strepsirrhines, which results in newborn offspring that are as little as one-thir ...
Strepsirrhini - Behavior - Diet
... Diets vary markedly between strepsirrhine species ... Like other leaf-eating (folivorous) primates, some strepsirrhines can digest cellulose and hemicellulose ... Some strepsirrhines, such as the galagos, slender lorises, and angwantibos are primarily insectivorous ...