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Anomaluridae
Anomaluridae
†Parapedetidae Pedetidae

ANOMALUROMORPHA is the name given to a clade that unites the anomalures with the springhares . It has alternately been designated as either a suborder or infraorder . Most recently, Carleton -webkit-column-width: 30em; column-width: 30em;"> Carleton, M. D.; Musser, G. G. (2005). "Order Rodentia". In Wilson, D. E.; Reeder, D. M. Mammal
Mammal
Species of the World A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. pp. 745–752. ISBN 978-0-8018-8221-0 . McKenna, M. C.; Bell, S. K. (1997). "Classification of Mammals Above the Species Level". New York: Columbia University Press. ISBN 0-231-11013-8 . Montgelard, C.; Bentz, S.; Tirard, C.; Vernaeu, O.; Catzeflis, F. M. (2002). "Molecular systematics of Sciurognathi: the mitochondrial cytochrome b and 12S rRNA genes support the Anomaluroidea ( Pedetidae and Anomaluridae)". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 22 (2): 220–233. PMID 11820843 . doi :10.1006/mpev.2001.1056 .

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Extant families in order Rodentia

* Kingdom: Animalia * Phylum: Chordata * Class: Mammalia * Infraclass: Eutheria
Eutheria
* Superorder: Euarchontoglires

Sciuromorpha ("Squirrel-like")

* Aplodontiidae (Mountain beaver) * Gliridae (Dormice) * Sciuridae (Squirrels, chipmunks, marmots, susliks and prairie dogs)

Castorimorpha
Castorimorpha
("Beaver-like") Castoroidea Castoridae (Beavers) Geomyoidea Geomyidae (Pocket gophers) Heteromyidae (Kangaroo rats and mice, pocket mice)

Myomorpha ("Mouse-like") Dipodoidea Dipodidae (Jerboas, jumping mice and birch mice) Muroidea Platacanthomyidae (Oriental dormice) Spalacidae (Zokors, bamboo rats, mole rats, blind mole rats) Calomyscidae (Mouse-like hamsters) Nesomyidae (Malagasy rats and relatives) Cricetidae (Hamsters and relatives) Muridae (House mouse and relatives)

Anomaluromorpha ("Anomalure-like")

* Anomaluridae
Anomaluridae
(Anomalures) * Pedetidae (Springhares)

Hystricomorpha ("Porcupine-like")

* Ctenodactylidae (Gundis) * Diatomyidae (Laotian rock rat) * Hystricidae (Old World porcupines)

Phiomorpha Bathyergidae (Blesmols) Petromuridae (Dassie rat) Thryonomyidae (Cane rats) Caviomorpha (New World hystricognaths) Erethizontidae (New World porcupines) Caviidae (Cavies) Cuniculidae (Pacas) Dasyproctidae (Agoutis and acouchis) Dinomyidae (Pacarana) Capromyidae (Hutias) Ctenomyidae (Tuco-tucos) Echimyidae (Spiny rats) Myocastoridae (Coypu, or nutria) Octodontidae (Degus and relatives) Abrocomidae (Chinchilla rats) Chinchillidae (Chinchillas and viscachas)

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Prehistoric families in order Rodentia

* Kingdom: Animalia * Phylum: Chordata * Class: Mammalia * Infraclass: Eutheria
Eutheria
* Superorder: Euarchontoglires

SCIUROMORPHA

* Allomyidae * Mylagaulidae * Reithroparamyidae

CASTORIMORPHA

* Eutypomyidae * Rhizospalacidae * Eomyidae * Florentiamyidae * Heliscomyidae

MYOMORPHA

* Armintomyidae * Anomalomyidae * Simimyidae

ANOMALUROMORPHA

* Parapedetidae

HYSTRICOMORPHA

* Tamquammyidae * Gobiomyidae * Yuomyidae * Chapattimyidae * Tsaganomyidae * "Baluchimyinae " * Bathyergoididae * Myophiomyidae * Diamantomyidae * Phiomyidae
Phiomyidae
* Kenyamyidae * Cephalomyidae * Eocardiidae * Neoepiblemidae * Heptaxodontidae

INCERTAE SEDIS

* Eurymylidae * Alagomyidae * Archetypomyidae * Cocomyidae * Ivanantoniidae * Laredomyidae * Ischyromyidae * Theridomyidae * Protoptychidae * Zegdoumyidae * Sciuravidae * Cylindrodontidae * Zelomyidae

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Category

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Extant species of family Anomaluridae
Anomaluridae
(Scaly-tailed flying squirrels)

* Kingdom: Animalia * Phylum: Chordata * Class: Mammalia * Order: Rodentia * Suborder: Anomaluromorpha

Anomalurinae (Large anomalures)

ANOMALURUS

* Beecroft\'s flying squirrel ( Anomalurus beecrofti) * Lord Derby\'s scaly-tailed flying squirrel ( Anomalurus derbianus) * Pel\'s flying squirrel ( Anomalurus pelii) * Dwarf scaly-tailed squirrel ( Anomalurus pusillus)

Zenkerellinae (Small anomalures)

IDIURUS

* Long-eared flying mouse (Idiurus macrotis) * Pygmy scaly-tailed flying squirrel (Idiurus zenkeri)

ZENKERELLA

* Cameroon scaly-tail (Zenkerella insignis)