Definition of Castoroides

1. Noun. Extinct beavers of the Pleistocene; of eastern and southern United States.

Exact synonyms: Genus Castoroides
Generic synonyms: Mammal Genus
Group relationships: Castoridae, Family Castoridae



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Castoroides

Castilians
Castilla
Castilleia
Castilleja
Castilleja chromosa
Castilleja miniata
Castilleja sessiliflora
Castilleja sulphurea
Castle's intrinsic factor
Castlegregory
Castleman's disease
Castor
Castor canadensis
Castor fiber
Castoridae
Castoroides (current term)
Castries
Castro
Castroism
Castrophile
Castrophiles
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Casuaridae
Casuariiformes
Casuarina equisetfolia
Casuarinaceae
Casuarinales
Casuarius
Catabaptist

Literary usage of Castoroides

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Geologist by Newton Horace Winchell (1893)
"In the Journal of the Cincinnati Society of Natural History, Nov., 1890, appeared an article concerning a skeleton of the "Great Fossil Beaver," Castoroides ..."

2. Catalogue of the New York State Library: 1855: General Library by New York State Library (1856)
"On the Geological Position of the Castoroides ohioensis ; also, —— Address, Harvard Natural History. Society, Cambridge, 1848. Pam. vol. ..."

3. Reports and Papers by Iowa Geological Survey (1914)
"Castoroides ohioensis Foster. The Giant Beaver. The first account of this remarkable animal, accompanied by a scientific name, was published by the ..."

4. Iowa Geological Survey: Report (1914)
"... Castoroides ohioensis Foster. The Giant Beaver. The first account of this remarkable animal, accompanied by a scientific name, was published by the ..."

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