ⓘ Category:Fauna of Greenland

Ymeria

Ymeria is an extinct genus of early stem tetrapod from the Devonian of Greenland. Of the two other genera of stem tetrapods from Greenland, Acanthostega and Ichthyostega, Ymeria is most closely related to Ichthyostega, though the single known specimen is smaller, the skull about 10 cm in length. A single interclavicle resembles that of Ichthyostega, an indication Ymeria may have resembled this genus in the post-cranial skeleton.

                                     

ⓘ Fauna of Greenland

  • species. The northeastern part of the country is the world s largest national park. The flora and fauna of Greenland are strongly susceptible to changes
  • Flora of Greenland Flora and fauna of Greenland Fauna of Greenland Birds of Greenland Mammals of Greenland Flora and fauna of Greenland Canyons of Greenland
  • symbolizes the fauna of Greenland and the blue azure colour designates the Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean Greenland is washed by. Instead of the Danish version
  • milder West Greenland Current a large part of the Greenland fauna is associated with marine - based food chains, including large colonies of seabirds. The
  • The Greenland halibut or Greenland turbot Reinhardtius hippoglossoides belongs to the family Pleuronectidae the right eye flounders and is the only
  • The history of Greenland is a history of life under extreme Arctic conditions: currently, an ice cap covers about 80 percent of the island, restricting
  • The Greenland shark Somniosus microcephalus also known as the gurry shark, grey shark, or by the Kalaallisut name eqalussuaq, is a large shark of the
  • Burgess Shale, the term Burgess Shale type fauna covers assemblages based on taxonomic criteria only. The fauna of the middle Cambrian has a cosmopolitan
  • Flora and fauna of Greenland List of chordate orders Lists of mammals by region List of prehistoric mammals Mammal classification List of mammals described
  • The Greenland ice sheet Danish: Gronlands indlandsis, Greenlandic: Sermersuaq is a vast body of ice covering 1, 710, 000 square kilometres 660, 000 sq mi