Definición de cursorial en inglés:


Saltos de línea: cur|sor¦ial
Pronunciación: /kəːˈsɔːrɪəl


Having limbs adapted for running: a fast-flying and cursorial desert bird
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  • Their decline accelerated during the Oligocene and coincided with the rise of another group of large herbivorous and cursorial mammals, the artiodactyls.
  • Mammals inhabit diverse habitats, radiation of specialized groups such as bats, whales, cursorial mammals, hominoids.
  • However, during the Oligocene to late Miocene, a time period spanning approximately 20 Myr, the development of cursorial limbs in predators and in prey appears to have been decoupled.


mid 19th century: from Latin cursor (see cursor) + -ial.

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