Plesiadapoidea (order Primates, suborder Plesiadapiformes) superfamily of Middle Palaeocene to Lower Eocene primates which resembled squirrels in their general appearance and, like squirrels, occupied a rodent-type niche. They are not in line of descent to the higher primates.
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