Definition of Eutherian mammal
1. Noun. Mammals having a placenta; all mammals except monotremes and marsupials.
Generic synonyms: Mammal, Mammalian
Group relationships: Eutheria, Subclass Eutheria
Specialized synonyms: Farm Animal, Livestock, Stock, Bull, Cow, Yearling, Buck, Doe, Insectivore, Aquatic Mammal, Carnivore, Fissipedia, Aardvark, Ant Bear, Anteater, Orycteropus Afer, Bat, Chiropteran, Gnawing Mammal, Lagomorph, Gnawer, Rodent, Ungulata, Hoofed Mammal, Ungulate, Unguiculata, Unguiculate, Unguiculate Mammal, Coney, Cony, Das, Dassie, Hyrax, Pachyderm, Edentate, Anteater, Pangolin, Scaly Anteater, Primate, Tree Shrew, Colugo, Flying Cat, Flying Lemur, Proboscidean, Proboscidian, Plantigrade, Plantigrade Mammal, Digitigrade, Digitigrade Mammal
Derivative terms: Placental
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Literary usage of Eutherian mammal
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1. Arboreal Man by Frederic Wood Jones (1916)
"Mammal possibly had the physical advance placed within its reach. The earliest eutherian Mammal FIG. ..."
2. Zoology: An Elementary Text-book by Arthur Everett Shipley, Ernest William MacBride (1904)
"Diagrams to illustrate the arrangement of the female genital ducts in an Eutherian Mammal. A. Rabbit. B. Man. 1. Ovary. 2. Oviducal funnel. 5. ..."
3. The Races of Man: An Outline of Anthropology and Ethnography by Joseph Deniker (1900)
"From the purely zoological point of view man is a placenta! or eutherian mammal, because he has breasts, because he is more or less covered with hair, ..."
4. Vertebrate Zoölogy by Horatio Hackett Newman (1920)
"Then follows the development of the chick, as an example of conditions in the Sauropsida, and finally that of a eutherian mammal. The life history of the ..."
5. British Mammals: An Attempt to Describe and Illustrate the Mammalian Fauna by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1903)
"... or gnawing group of mammals, as having started probably in very ancient times from some generalised group of eutherian mammal akin to the Insectivores. ..."