Synonyms for boffiidae or Related words with boffiidae

kogaionidae              cimolomyidae              arginbaataridae              plagiaulacidae              eobaataridae              philepittidae              eucosmodontidae              halodon              xenachoffatia              salicornioideae              allacodon              dactyloscopidae              polypteridae              parendotherium              opalinata              litokoala              cranoglanididae              apistidae              leiriensis              aploactinidae              helostomatidae              mohouidae              mochlus              cimolomys              rhamphocottidae              maclurolyra              tanaecium              caproidae              anoplopomatidae              tetrapusiinae              pomatostomidae              erethistidae              henkelodon              aegothelidae              bathocyroe              notiomystidae              astroblepidae              polychrotinae              ectypodus              achlaena              ariommatidae              pataecidae              pseudocatalpa              acheronodon              bathyclupeidae              ptilodus              pachyptera              leiosaurs              microcachrys              asymblepharus             



Examples of "boffiidae"
Cimolodonta is, apparently, a natural (monophyletic) suborder. This includes the more derived Multituberculata, which have been identified from the lower Cretaceous to the Eocene. The superfamilies Djadochtatherioidea, Taeniolabidoidea, Ptilodontoidea are recognized, as is the Paracimexomys group. Additionally, there are the families Cimolomyidae, Boffiidae, Eucosmodontidae, Kogaionidae, Microcosmodontidae and the two genera "Uzbekbaatar" and "Viridomys". More precise placement of these types awaits further discoveries and analysis.
Boffius is a genus of mammal from the Paleocene of Europe. It is a member of the extinct order of Multituberculata. It lies within the suborder Cimolodonta and is the only known member of the family Boffiidae (Hahn & Hahn, 1983). The genus was named by Vianey-Liaud M. in 1979.
Cimolodonta is apparently a natural (monophyletic) suborder. Remains have been identified from across the Northern Hemisphere. The taxon is recognized as the informal Paracimexomys group and the superfamilies Djadochtatherioidea, Taeniolabidoidea, and Ptilodontoidea. Additionally, and of uncertain affinities, are the families Cimolomyidae, Boffiidae, Eucosmodontidae, Kogaionidae, Microcosmodontidae and the two genera "Uzbekbaatar" and "Viridomys". More precise placement of these types awaits further discoveries and analysis.