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Bunopithecus is an extinct genus of primate represented by one species, Bunopithecus sericus, a gibbon or gibbon-like ape. Its remains were first discovered in Sichuan, China, in strata from the Middle Pleistocene. Although the three hoolock gibbon species were once included in the genus Bunopithecus, they have recently been removed and B. sericus remains as the only known species of this genus.

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  • Bunopithecus is an extinct genus of primate represented by one species, Bunopithecus sericus, a gibbon or gibbon-like ape. Its remains were first discovered in Sichuan, China, in strata from the Middle Pleistocene. Although the three hoolock gibbon species were once included in the genus Bunopithecus, they have recently been removed and B. sericus remains as the only known species of this genus.
  • Le genre Bunopithecus autrefois attribué aux deux espèces existantes de hoolock, semble désormais réservé à une espèce fossile du Pliocène.
  • Bunopithecus は絶滅した霊長類の属のひとつで、 テナガザルもしくはテナガザルに似た類人猿であった Bunopithecus sericus 一種からなる。 その遺跡は中国・四川省の中期更新世の地層で発見された。
  • De Bunopithecus is een uitgestorven geslacht uit de familie gibbons (Hylobatidae). Dit geslacht bestaat uit één soort.
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  • Matthew & Granger, 1923
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  • Middle Pleistocene
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  • Bunopithecus
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  • sericus
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  • Matthew & Granger, 1923
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  • Bunopithecus is an extinct genus of primate represented by one species, Bunopithecus sericus, a gibbon or gibbon-like ape. Its remains were first discovered in Sichuan, China, in strata from the Middle Pleistocene. Although the three hoolock gibbon species were once included in the genus Bunopithecus, they have recently been removed and B. sericus remains as the only known species of this genus.
  • Le genre Bunopithecus autrefois attribué aux deux espèces existantes de hoolock, semble désormais réservé à une espèce fossile du Pliocène.
  • Bunopithecus は絶滅した霊長類の属のひとつで、 テナガザルもしくはテナガザルに似た類人猿であった Bunopithecus sericus 一種からなる。 その遺跡は中国・四川省の中期更新世の地層で発見された。
  • De Bunopithecus is een uitgestorven geslacht uit de familie gibbons (Hylobatidae). Dit geslacht bestaat uit één soort.
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