Synonyms for allodontidae or Related words with allodontidae

catopsbaatar              bonatitan              vitreledonella              vanonus              ziphacodon              polychrotidae              gastropteridae              lagostrophinae              cingulininae              cimolodontidae              helicosalpa              acroloxidae              thyasiridae              didymeles              dyakiidae              toxodontidae              gymnogrammitis              xenodontinae              bogertia              limapontiidae              nesoctitinae              corbulidae              arcoidea              turbonillinae              halosauridae              chrysochlorinae              conomurex              anagaudryceras              testudinoidea              anteosauridae              neonematherium              jeletzkya              lophiodon              loriinae              opisthodon              birkenia              interatheriidae              eurypteroidea              aeolidida              cepolidae              galesauridae              kuehneodontinae              adelophis              eocuma              nuculanidae              delphinoidea              suchodus              laxmanniaceae              limacinidae              amphiboloidea             



Examples of "allodontidae"
The family Allodontidae is known from two genera from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation of North America.
Psalodon is an extinct genus of North American mammal that lived during the Upper Jurassic period. It's a member of the family Allodontidae within the order Multituberculata.
Allodontidae (from ancient Greek "ἄλλος" "ὀδούς", "different tooth") is a family of extinct multituberculate mammal that lived in what is now North America during the Upper Jurassic period. They were relatively early mammals and are within the informal suborder of "Plagiaulacida". The family was named by Othniel Charles Marsh in 1889. Two genera are recognized: "Ctenacodon" and "Psalodon".
Ctenacodon is a genus of extinct mammal that lived in what is now North America during the Upper Jurassic period. It's a member of the family Allodontidae within the order Multituberculata. "Ctenacodon",also known as "Allodon" (Marsh 1881), was named by Othniel Charles Marsh in 1879. At least three species are currently recognized.
It is based on a portion of snout. ""Glirodon" retains the plesiomorphic 'plagiaulacidan' ("Plagiaulacida") dental formula and shares with Allodontidae the structure of the upper premolars (Pl.1 fis 2-4). It differs from the Paulchoffatiidae and Plagiaulacidae in having a single-cusped I3," (Kielan-Jaworowska & Hurum, 2001, p. 401-402). I3 refers to an upper incisor and 'plesiomorphic' means 'basal'.
Bakker assigned his specimens to "Ctenacodon" with hesitation, noting additional specimens may require a new classification. In a 2001 review of multituberculates, Zofia Kielan-Jaworowska and Jørn Hurum did not recognize Bakker's specimen as related to other "Ctenacodon" species or even belonging to the family Allodontidae, speculating the species might instead belong to the family Plagiaulacidae. In 2004, the species was placed in the newly established genus "Morrisonodon".