Cervoidea

Cervoidea

[sər′vȯid·ē·ə]
(vertebrate zoology)
A superfamily of tylopod ruminants in infraorder Pecora, including deer, giraffes, and related species.
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The origin of the higher ruminant families with special reference to the origin of Cervoidea and relationships within the Cervoidea.
The interrelationship of higher ruminant families with special emphasis on the members of the Cervoidea. Amer.
The inter-relationship of Higher Ruminant families with Special Emphasis on the Members of the Cervoidea. Novitates Am.
The chromosomes of twenty-three species of the Cervoidea and Bovoidea.