Ecology

Associations

Known prey organisms

Sciurinae preys on:
Anas acuta

This list may not be complete but is based on published studies.
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Molecular Biology and Genetics

Molecular Biology

Statistics of barcoding coverage

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLD) Stats
Specimen Records: 173
Specimens with Sequences: 115
Specimens with Barcodes: 110
Species: 26
Species With Barcodes: 19
Public Records: 80
Public Species: 12
Public BINs: 15
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Sciurinae

The Sciurinae is a subfamily of squirrels in the (family Sciuridae). It unites the flying squirrels with certain related tree squirrels. Older sources[citation needed] place the flying squirrels in a separate subfamily (Pteromyinae) and unite all remaining sciurids into the subfamily Sciurinae, but this has been strongly refuted by genetic studies.[citation needed]

Classification

SUBFAMILY SCIURINAE

References

  • Steppan, S. J. B. L. Storz, and R. S. Hoffmann. 2004. Nuclear DNA phylogeny of the squirrels (Mammalia: Rodentia) and the evolution of arboreality from c-myc and RAG1. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 30:703-719.
  • Thorington, R. W. and R. S. Hoffmann. 2005. Family Sciuridae. pp 754–818 in Mammal Species of the World A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.

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