Molecular Biology and Genetics
Statistics of barcoding coverage
Specimen Records: 34
Specimens with Sequences: 15
Specimens with Barcodes: 15
Species With Barcodes: 1
The African dormice, Graphiurus, are a genus of dormouse that live throughout sub-Saharan Africa in a variety of habitats. They are very agile climbers and have bushy tails. They eat invertebrates and small vertebrates.
Genus Graphiurus, African dormice
- Angolan African Dormouse, Graphiurus angolensis
- Christy's Dormouse, Graphiurus christyi
- Jentink's Dormouse, Graphiurus crassicaudatus
- Jouhnston's African Dormouse, Graphiurus johnstoni
- Kellen's Dormouse, Graphiurus kelleni
- Lorrain Dormouse, Graphiurus lorraineus
- Small-eared Dormouse, Graphiurus microtis
- Monard's Dormouse, Graphiurus monardi
- Woodland Dormouse, Graphiurus murinus
- Nagtglas's African Dormouse, Graphiurus nagtglasii
- Spectacled Dormouse, Graphiurus ocularis
- Rock Dormouse, Graphiurus platyops
- Stone Dormouse, Graphiurus rupicola
- Silent Dormouse, Graphiurus surdus
- Graphiurus walterverheyeni 
Graphiurus sp.(probably murinus) - three males in a knot-hole
Graphiurus sp.(probably murinus) - male, look at the "bushy tail"
Graphiurus sp. (probably murinus) - two adults eating a nectarine (compare size!)
- The Kingdon Pocket Guide to African Mammals, Jonathan Kingdon (2004) Russel Friedman Books ISBN 1-875091-14-9
- Systematic Revision of Sub-Saharan African Dormice (Rodentia: Gliridae: Graphiurus) Part II: Description of a New Species of Graphiurus from the Central Congo Basin, Including Morphological and Ecological Niche Comparisons with G. crassicaudatus and G. lorraineus Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 331 :314-355. 2009
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