Definition of Genus Eumetopias

1. Noun. Sea lions.

Exact synonyms: Eumetopias
Generic synonyms: Mammal Genus
Group relationships: Family Otariidae, Otariidae
Member holonyms: Eumetopias Jubatus, Steller Sea Lion, Steller's Sea Lion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Eumetopias

genus Eschrichtius
genus Eschscholtzia
genus Esox
genus Estrilda
genus Etropus
genus Euarctos
genus Eucalyptus
genus Eucarya
genus Eucinostomus
genus Euderma
genus Eudyptes
genus Eugenia
genus Euglena
genus Eumeces
genus Eumenes
genus Eumetopias (current term)
genus Eumops
genus Eunectes
genus Euonymus
genus Eupatorium
genus Euphagus
genus Euphorbia
genus Euphractus
genus Euplectella
genus Euproctis
genus Eurotium
genus Euryale
genus Eustoma
genus Eutamias
genus Euterpe

Literary usage of Genus Eumetopias

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

1. Contributions to the Natural History of Alaska: Results of Investigations by Lucien McShan Turner (1886)
"Genus EUMETOPIAS. EUMETOPIAS STELLERI (Lesson) Peters. Northern Sea-Lion. Too well known to need discussion in this connection. ..."

2. List of North American Land Mammals in the United States National Museum, 1911 by Gerrit Smith Miller, United States National Museum (1912)
"Genus EUMETOPIAS Gill. 6. Eumetopias GILL, Comm. Essex Inst., vol. 5, p. 7. Type, 1 'Otaria, californiana" = Otaria stellen LESSON. ..."

3. Miscellaneous Publications by Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden (1880)
"But nowhere else has there been systematic protection of the Fur Seals, or any measures taken to prevent wasteful or undue destruction. genus Eumetopias ..."

4. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1872)
"The genus Eumetopias has the hinder upper grinder directed backwards, especially at the tip. This seems to be common to the Sea-bears that have the hinder ..."

5. California Mammals by Frank Stephens (1906)
"genus Eumetopias GILL. (Typical—broad forehead. ) Molar separated from premolars by a space about as broad as that occupied by a premolar; molar double ..."

6. Catalogue of Seals and Whales in the British Museum by John Edward Gray (1871)
"... chiefly differs from Gill's genus Eumetopias (which was formed on my description and figure of ..."

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