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Specimen Records:976
Specimens with Sequences:970
Specimens with Barcodes:686
Species:57
Species With Barcodes:48
Public Records:512
Public Species:30
Public BINs:67
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Didelphinae

Didelphinae is a subfamily of opossums consisting of 15 genera and 98 species, one of them extinct.[2][3][4] Specimens have been collected throughout the Americas, but are predominant in South and Central America.[5]

Some sources call this subfamily the "American opossums",[2][6] while others use that term for the whole family of opossums, Didelphidae.[1] The term is redundant, though, since all opossums are native to the Americas, while their taxonomic cousins the possums are native to Australia.

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  • Les marsupiaux du Tertiaire d'Europe.
  • Phylogenetic studies on didelphid marsupials II. Nonmolecular data and new IRBP sequences: Separate and combined analyses of didelphine relationships with denser taxon sampling.
  • New didelphine marsupials from La Venta fauna (Miocene) of Colombia, South America.
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