Primates

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DomainEukaryota • RegnumAnimalia • PhylumChordata • SubphylumVertebrata • InfraphylumGnathostomata • SuperclassisTetrapoda • ClassisMammalia • SubclassisTheria • InfraclassisEutheria • Ordo: Primates Linnaeus, 1758
  • EnglishPrimate
  • čeština: Primáti
  • dansk: Primater
  • Deutsch: Primaten, Herrentiere
  • Esperanto: Primatoj
  • español: Primate
  • suomi: Kädelliset
  • 日本語: 霊長目 (サル目)
  • lietuvių: Primatai
  • Nederlands: Primaat
  • polski: Naczelne
  • português: Primatas
  • русский: Приматы
  • slovenčina: Primáty
  • svenska: Primater
  • ไทย: ไพรเมต, วานร
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Primates are members of the mammalian order Primates. Prosimians, monkeys, apes and humans are all primates.

Haplorrhini, †Micromomyiformes, †Plesiadapiformes, Strepsirrhini
Note: Plus familiae †Purgatoriidae
Haplorrhini, Strepsirrhini
Families of Primates

Haplorrhini (cat.)[edit]

Simiiformes (cat.)[edit]

Aotidae (cat.)[edit]

Atelidae (cat.)[edit]

Cebidae (cat.)[edit]

Cercopithecidae (cat.)[edit]

Hominidae (cat.)[edit]

Hylobatidae (cat.)[edit]

Pitheciidae (cat.)[edit]

Tarsiiformes (cat.)[edit]

Tarsiidae (cat.)[edit]

Strepsirrhini (cat.)[edit]

Chiromyiformes (cat.)[edit]

Daubentoniidae (cat.)[edit]

Lemuriformes (cat.)[edit]

Cheirogaleidae (cat.)[edit]

Indridae (cat.)[edit]

Lemuridae (cat.)[edit]

Lepilemuridae (cat.)[edit]

Lorisiformes (cat.)[edit]

Galagidae (cat.)[edit]

Lorisidae (cat.)[edit]

More than one species[edit]