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The family Dendropithecidae is an extinct family of catarrhine monkeys. They date from the Early Miocene, around 20 - 12 million years ago. Fossils of the two Dendropithecus species, Dendropithecus macinnesi and Dendropithecus ugandensis, have been found in East Africa, including several partial skeletons of Dendropithecus macinnesi on Rusinga Island in Lake Victoria. Other species are Simiolus andrewsi, Simiolus cheptumoae, Simiolus enjiessi. Micropithecus clarki and Micropithecus leakeyorum may not be part Dendropithecidae, and may be sister to the crown Catarrhini (or, depending on the definition, the apes and the Cercopithecidae may have emerged in the Dendropithecidae). The later Nyanzapithecinae (including Oreopithecus († 7 Ma)) appear to be sister to Simiolus.

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  • Dendropithecidae (dendropitécidos) es una familia extinta de primates catarrinos que vivió durante el Burdigaliense (Mioceno) entre hace 20 y 15 millones de años.​ (es)
  • The family Dendropithecidae is an extinct family of catarrhine monkeys. They date from the Early Miocene, around 20 - 12 million years ago. Fossils of the two Dendropithecus species, Dendropithecus macinnesi and Dendropithecus ugandensis, have been found in East Africa, including several partial skeletons of Dendropithecus macinnesi on Rusinga Island in Lake Victoria. Other species are Simiolus andrewsi, Simiolus cheptumoae, Simiolus enjiessi. Micropithecus clarki and Micropithecus leakeyorum may not be part Dendropithecidae, and may be sister to the crown Catarrhini (or, depending on the definition, the apes and the Cercopithecidae may have emerged in the Dendropithecidae). The later Nyanzapithecinae (including Oreopithecus († 7 Ma)) appear to be sister to Simiolus. (en)
  • Les Dendropithecidae sont une famille éteinte de singes catarrhiniens appartenant vraisemblablement à la super-famille des Hominoidea, et ayant vécu en Afrique de l'Est durant le Miocène inférieur et moyen. Cette famille rassemble des singes de petite taille (de 3 à 10 kg). (fr)
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  • Harrison, 2002 (en)
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  • †Dendropithecus (en)
  • †Micropithecus (en)
  • †Nyanzapithecinae (en)
  • †Simiolus (en)
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  • Dendropithecidae (en)
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  • Dendropithecidae (dendropitécidos) es una familia extinta de primates catarrinos que vivió durante el Burdigaliense (Mioceno) entre hace 20 y 15 millones de años.​ (es)
  • The family Dendropithecidae is an extinct family of catarrhine monkeys. They date from the Early Miocene, around 20 - 12 million years ago. Fossils of the two Dendropithecus species, Dendropithecus macinnesi and Dendropithecus ugandensis, have been found in East Africa, including several partial skeletons of Dendropithecus macinnesi on Rusinga Island in Lake Victoria. Other species are Simiolus andrewsi, Simiolus cheptumoae, Simiolus enjiessi. Micropithecus clarki and Micropithecus leakeyorum may not be part Dendropithecidae, and may be sister to the crown Catarrhini (or, depending on the definition, the apes and the Cercopithecidae may have emerged in the Dendropithecidae). The later Nyanzapithecinae (including Oreopithecus († 7 Ma)) appear to be sister to Simiolus. (en)
  • Les Dendropithecidae sont une famille éteinte de singes catarrhiniens appartenant vraisemblablement à la super-famille des Hominoidea, et ayant vécu en Afrique de l'Est durant le Miocène inférieur et moyen. Cette famille rassemble des singes de petite taille (de 3 à 10 kg). (fr)
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  • Dendropithecidae (en)
  • Dendropithecidae (es)
  • Dendropithecidae (fr)
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