Definition of Symphalangus syndactylus

1. Noun. Large black gibbon of Sumatra having the 2nd and 3rd toes partially united by a web.

Exact synonyms: Hylobates Syndactylus, Siamang
Generic synonyms: Lesser Ape
Group relationships: Genus Hylobates, Hylobates



Lexicographical Neighbors of Symphalangus Syndactylus

Sylvia curruca
Sylvian aqueduct
Sylvian fissure
Sylviidae
Sylviinae
Sylvilagus
Sylvilagus aquaticus
Sylvilagus floridanus
Sylvilagus palustris
Symbion pandora
Symbionese
Symonds
Symone
Symons
Symphalangus
Symphalangus syndactylus (current term)
Symphoricarpos
Symphoricarpos alba
Symphoricarpos orbiculatus
Symphyla
Symphytum
Symphytum officinale
Symplocaceae
Symplocarpus
Symplocarpus foetidus
Symplocus
Symplocus paniculata
Symplocus tinctoria
Synagrops
Synagrops bellus

Literary usage of Symphalangus syndactylus

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

1. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections by Smithsonian Institution (1903)
"Simias concolor, type. PLATE XVI Figure i. Simias concolor, type. PLATE XVII Figure i. Symphalangus syndactylus, male, No. 114496, Tapanuli Bay, Sumatra. ..."

2. Die Formenentwickelung am Skelet des menschlichen Thorax: Anatomisch by Carl Hueter (1865)
"Van den Broek ('11) states that in both the siamang, Hylo- bates (Symphalangus) syndactylus, and the gorilla the ilium is relatively broader in the female ..."

3. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections by Smithsonian Institution (1903)
"Simias concolor, type. PLATE XVI Figure i. Simias concolor, type. PLATE XVII Figure i. Symphalangus syndactylus, male, No. 114496, Tapanuli Bay, Sumatra. ..."

4. Die Formenentwickelung am Skelet des menschlichen Thorax: Anatomisch by Carl Hueter (1865)
"Van den Broek ('11) states that in both the siamang, Hylo- bates (Symphalangus) syndactylus, and the gorilla the ilium is relatively broader in the female ..."

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