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  Digimorph - Alligator mississippiensis (American alligator)
Bartels, W.S. Osteology and systematic affinities of the horned alligator Ceratosuchus (Reptilia, Crocodilia).
Colbert, E.H. The eustachian tubes in the Crocodilia.
Iordansky, N.N. The skull of the Crocodilia; pp.
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 Bibliography
SILL, W.D. (1968) - The zoogeography of the Crocodilia.
Singh, L.A.K. and S.R. Sagar (1992) - Prolonged egg incubation and congential tail deformities in Crocodylus palustris (Reptilia : Crocodilia).
SUBBA RAO, M.V. BUSTARD (1979) - Eggs and hatchlings of the gharial, Gavialis gangeticus Gemlin (Gavialidae, Crocodilia, Reptilia).
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 crocodilia
Crocodilia is a new support service for schools using Crocodile simulation and modelling software.
Crocodilia for Crocodile Chemistry subscribers are invited to help us test a new prototype of the software.
The first Crocodilia services - for Crocodile Technology and Crocodile Physics - are now available, with upgrades, lesson activities and home use downloads for the simulators.
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 crocodiliaUnNamed
Leidyosuchus, Albertochampsa, Brachychampsa and other crocodilia were as dominant in water as the theropod dinosaurs were on land.
Crocodilia, like most reptiles, shed teeth throughout life and therefore their jaws contain teeth of different sizes in various stages of growth.
The centrum is concave in front and convex behind.This distinguishes crocodilia vertebrae from those of the more commonly found fossils of the non-crocodilian reptile, Champsosaurus
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 Digimorph - Crocodylus moreletii (Morelet's crocodile)
Cranial morphometry of New Guinea (Crocodylus novaeguineae) crocodiles: ontogenetic variation in relative growth of the skull and an assessment of its utility as a predictor of the sex and size of individuals.
Iordansky, N. The skull of the Crocodilia, pp.
Owen, R. On the communications between the cavity of the tympanum and the palate in the Crocodilia (gavials, alligator and crocodiles).
www.digimorph.org /specimens/Crocodylus_moreletii   (2478 words)

  
 crocodile clips  ::  Crocodile Physics
Once you're a Crocodilia user, you can give access to both teachers and students in your school.
The online Crocodilia web portal offers a broad choice of learning resources to support you when you're using Crocodile Physics.
Crocodilia users can also download student licences - they're the same as the full version, but are time-limited.
www.crocodile-clips.com /cda/physics/index.htm   (187 words)

  
 The Bibliography of Crocodilian Biology: I-R   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Histology and histochemistry of the kidney of Caiman crocodilus yacare (Daudin, 1802) - Crocodilia Reptilia.
Mook, C.C. Skull characteristics of recent crocodilia, with notes on the affinities of the recent genera.
Mook, C.C. The evolution and classification of the Crocodilia.
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 Wikinfo | Reptile
Reptiles are found on all continents except in Antarctica, although their main distribution comprises the tropics and subtropics.
However, in recent years biologists have tendended to emphasize that groups should be monophyletic, i.e.
Since birds originated from a particular group of reptiles, members of that group (including Crocodilia) are closer related to them than to other reptiles.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=reptile   (370 words)

  
 Lecture Notes, Nat. Hist. Vert., Emporia State Univ.
These two groups are sister taxa relative to each other, though the Crocodilia replaced the Phytosauria in the fossil record.
The Phytosauria were common in the Early Triassic while, by the Late Triassic, the Crocodilia were dominant and had replaced the phytosaurs.
The Crocodilia reached their most abundant, most diverse in terms of species, and the largest sized species in the Cretaceous.
academic.emporia.edu /mooredwi/nathist/chap14.htm   (1628 words)

  
 ADW: Crocodilia: Information (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
No crocodilians venture out of lowlands; it is speculated that none ever lived above 1000 meters (3260 feet) above sea level.
There are three families of Crocodilia, with 23 species total.
All crocodilians have a similar body shape, with a head held horizontally in front of the body, four legs which project from the sides, heavy scales which function as armor, and a heavy muscular tail.
animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu.cob-web.org:8888 /chordata/reptilia/crocodilia.html   (1891 words)

  
 PAWS: Outreach   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
City of Battleground It is unlawful for any person to bring into the city, or possess within the city any live member of the canidae, felidae, ursidae families and any inherently dangerous reptile including crocodilia.
City of Bellingham Permit required to own or maintain a wild or exotic animal, but no person shall be permitted to own or maintain any lion, tiger, bear, gorilla, lynx, cougar, jaguar, or venomous snake, coyote, or any other native species to Washington.
King CountyPrivate ownership of exotic animals, including venomous snakes, non-human primates and prosimians, bears, non-domesticated felines and canines and their hybrids, crocodilia is prohibited.
www.paws.org /outreach/resources/fact_sheets/exotics_regulations.php   (493 words)

  
 Reptilia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Class Reptilia is composed of four orders.
Species from three of these orders occur in North America: Order crocodilia (crocodilians), Order testudines (turtles), and Order squamata (lizards and snakes).
The Order Rhynchocephalia has only two living species - the tuataras, which are found only in New Zealand.
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 Definition of crocodilia - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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 Crocodilia news   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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Since Greg Purdie (son of Creative PR's Jane Purdie) appeared on our Crocodilia page as the youngest member ever to win a junior medal competition at Clays Golf Club, Wrexham, we have had lots of enquiries about how he's doing.
Now aged 8, he is still entering (and winning) competitions and is currently practising for the Wee Wonders Regional Final at Celtic Manor on 16th August, along with his brother, 10 year old Jake, who won his age group in the local heat.
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 Links SQL: Biological Science/Plants Animals and The Environment/Zoology/Order Crocodilia
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