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There are currently 1258 genera, 156 families, 28 orders, and around 5937 recognized living species of mammal. Mammalian taxonomy is in constant flux as many new species are described and recategorized within their respective genera and families. The taxonomy represented here is a compilation of the most logical and up-to-date information on mammalian taxonomy from many sources, the main ones being the HMW series and the Mammals Species of the World by Wilson and Reeder.

mammal mammals taxonomy

1. Afrosoricida

Tenrecs (Tenrecidae, included in the suborder Tenrecomorpha) and golden moles (Chrysochloridae, included in suborder Chrysochloridea) are part of the African radiation of mammals known as Afrotheria, and their distribution consists of Sub-Saharan Africa and Madagascar. There are 55 species in 21 genera; 34 species are tenrecs and otter shrews, and the other 21 species are golden moles. Tenrecs have a large diversity of species in Madagascar, with 31 species found there, while the 3 other species are found in the central and west African rain forests. The 20 species of golden mole are found mostly in the east and South African savannas and desserts.

  • Family Tenrecidae – tenrecs and otter shrews
    • Subfamily Geogalinae
      • Genus Geogale – long-eared tenrec
    • Subfamily Tenrecinae
      • Genus Setifer – greater hedgehog tenrec
      • Genus Echinops – lesser hedgehog tenrec
      • Genus Hemicentetes – streaked tenrec
      • Genus Tenrec – common tenrec
    • Subfamily Oryzorictinae
      • Genus Microgale – shrew tenrecs
      • Genus Oryzorictes – rice tenrecs
      • Genus Limnogale – web-footed tenrec
    • Subfamily Potamogalinae
      • Genus Micropotamogale – otter shrews
      • Genus Potamogale – giant otter shrew
  • Family Chrysochloridae – golden moles
    • Genus Chrysospalax – giant golden moles
    • Genus Calcochloris – yellow golden moles
    • Genus Eremitalpa – Grant's golden mole
    • Genus Cryptochloris – cryptic golden moles
    • Genus Chrysochloris – Cape golden moles
    • Genus Chlorotalpa – forty-toothed golden moles
    • Genus Carpitalpa – Arend's golden mole
    • Genus Neamblysomus – lesser narrow-headed golden moles
    • Genus Amblysomus – narrow-headed golden moles

2. Artiodactyla

Artiodactyla is a large order of hoofed mammals, the even-toed ungulates. They are found nearly cosmopolitan, although no species are native to Australia or Antarctica. Broken into four suborders, Tylopoda (including Camelidae), Suina (including Suidae and Tayassuidae), Whippomorpha (including Hippopotamidae), and Ruminantia, which contains two infraorders, Tragulina (including Tragulidae) and Pecora (including Moschidae, Cervidae, Bovidae, Antilocapridae, and Giraffidae). The higher taxonomy used for this order is based primarily on the Handbook of the Mammals of the World, Volume 2 on Hoofed Mammals, including the subfamily and tribal affiliations in each family. The order includes about 242 recognized species, along with 6 recently extinct species. Groves and Grubbs Taxonomy of Ungulates[1] is used as a minor reference for the Bovids.

2.1. Suborder Ruminantia

  • Family Tragulidae – chevrotain
    • Genus Hyemoschus – water chevrotain
    • Genus Moschiola – spotted chevrotain
    • Genus Tragulus – common chevrotain
  • Family Moschidae – musk deer
    • Genus Moschus – musk deer
  • Family Cervidae – deer
    • Subfamily Capreolinae
      • Tribe Capreolini
        • Genus Hydropotes – Chinese water deer
        • Genus Capreolus – roe deer
      • Tribe Alceini
        • Genus Alces – moose
      • Tribe Odocoileini
        • Genus Rangifer – caribou
        • Genus Odocoileus – Nearctic deer
        • Genus Ozotoceros – Pampas deer
        • Genus Blastocerus – marsh deer
        • Genus Mazama – brockets
        • Genus Hippocamelus – huemel
        • Genus Pudu – pudu
    • Subfamily Cervinae
      • Tribe Cervini
        • Genus Rusa – rusa deer
        • Genus Dama – fallow deer
        • Genus Axis – hog deer
        • Genus Elaphurus – Père David's deer
        • Genus Cervus – typical deer
      • Tribe Muntiacini
        • Genus Muntiacus – muntjacs
        • Genus Elaphodus – tufted deer
  • Family Bovidae – hollow-horned ungulates
    • Subfamily Bovinae
      • Tribe Bovini
        • Genus Bison – bison
        • Genus Bos – cattle
        • Genus Bubalus – Asian buffalo
        • Genus Syncerus – African buffalo
        • Genus Pseudoryx – saola
      • Tribe Boselaphini
        • Genus Boselaphus – nilgai
        • Genus Tetracerus – chowsingha
      • Tribe Tragelaphini
        • Genus Tragelaphus – bushbuck, bongo, nyala, kudu, and sitatunga
        • Genus Taurotragus – elands
    • Subfamily Aepycerotinae
      • Genus Aepyceros – impala
    • Subfamily Alcelaphinae
      • Genus Alcelaphus – hartebeest
      • Genus Connochaetes – wildebeest
      • Genus Damaliscus – topi and bontebok
      • Genus Beatragus – hirola
    • Subfamily Antilopinae
      • Tribe Neotragini
        • Genus Neotragus – pygmy antelopes
      • Tribe Antilopini
        • Genus Raphicerus – steenbok and grysbok
        • Genus Antidorcas – springbok
        • Genus Ammodorcas – dibatag
        • Genus Litocranius – gerenuk
        • Genus Saiga – saiga
        • Genus Antilope – blackbuck
        • Genus Nanger – Saharan gazelle
        • Genus Gazella – typical gazelle
        • Genus Eudorcas – side-striped gazelle
        • Genus Dorcatragus – beira
        • Genus Madoqua – dik-dik
        • Genus Ourebia – oribi
        • Genus Procapra – Chinese gazelle
      • Tribe Oreotragini
        • Genus Oreotragus – klipspringer
    • Subfamily Caprinae
      • Genus Pantholops – chiru
      • Genus Budorcas – takin
      • Genus Ammotragus – Barbary sheep
      • Genus Arabitragus – Arabian tahr
      • Genus Hemitragus – Himalayan tahr
      • Genus Pseudois – blue sheep
      • Genus Capra – goats and ibexes
      • Genus Nilgiritragus – Nilgiri tahr
      • Genus Ovis – sheep
      • Genus Rupicapra – chamois
      • Genus Nemorhaedus – goral
      • Genus Oreamnos – Rocky Mountain goat
      • Genus Capricornis – serows
      • Genus Ovibos – muskox
    • Subfamily Cephalophinae
      • Genus Sylvicapra – bush duiker
      • Genus Philantomba – blue duikers
      • Genus Cephalophus – typical duikers
    • Subfamily Hippotraginae
      • Genus Hippotragus – sable and roan antelopes
      • Genus Addax – addax
      • Genus Oryx – oryx
    • Subfamily Reduncinae
      • Genus Redunca – reedbucks
      • Genus Kobus – kobs, lechwe, and waterbucks
      • Genus Pelea – rhebok
  • Family Antilocapridae – pronghorn
    • Genus Antilocapra – pronghorn
  • Family Giraffidae – giraffe and okapi
    • Genus Giraffa – giraffe
    • Genus Okapia – okapi

2.2. Suborder Suina

  • Family Suidae – pigs
    • Genus Babyrousa – babirusa
    • Genus Phacochoerus – warthogs
    • Genus Hylochoerus – giant forest hog
    • Genus Potamochoerus – bushpigs
    • Genus Sus – typical pigs
    • Genus Porcula – pygmy hog
  • Family Tayassuidae – peccaries
    • Genus Catagonus – Chacoan peccary
    • Genus Tayassu – white-lipped peccary
    • Genus Pecari – collared peccary

2.3. Suborder Tylopoda

  • Family Camelidae – camels and relatives
    • Tribe Lamini
      • Genus Lama – guanaco
      • Genus Vicugna – vicuña
    • Tribe Camelini
      • Genus Camelus – camels

2.4. Suborder Whippomorpha

  • Family Hippopotamidae – hippopotamuses
    • Genus Hippopotamus – common hippopotamus
    • Genus Choeropsis – pygmy hippopotamus

3. Carnivora

The order Carnivora is represented by 16 families of mostly carnivorous and omnivorous mammals found worldwide terrestrially and in marine waters of the poles and some areas of the tropics. Divided into two large suborders, Caniformia (Canidae, Ursidae, Ailuridae, Procyonidae, Mephitidae, Mustelidae, and the Pinnipeds, Otariidae, Phocidae, and Odobenidae) and Feliformia (Nandiniidae, Felidae, Prionodontidae, Viverridae, Hyaenidae, Herpestidae, and Eupleridae), the order contains about 289 recognized species, along with 4 recently extinct species, one of which is included in its own monotypic genus, Dusicyon. Tribe and subfamily taxonomy comes mostly from the first volume of the Handbook of the Mammals of the World on Carnivores for the terrestrial species, and the 4th volume on Marine Mammals for the 3 marine families.

3.1. Suborder Caniformia

  • Family Canidae – dogs
    • Genus Canis – wolves and jackals
    • Genus Lycaon – African wild dog
    • Genus Cuon – dhole
    • Genus Lycalopex – Neotropical foxes
    • Genus †Dusicyon – Darwin's wolf
    • Genus Chrysocyon – maned wolf
    • Genus Speothos – bush dog
    • Genus Atelocynus – short-eared dog
    • Genus Cerdocyon – crab-eating fox
    • Genus Vulpes – typical foxes
    • Genus Otocyon – bat-eared fox
    • Genus Nyctereutes – raccoon dog
    • Genus Urocyon – gray foxes
  • Family Ursidae – bears
    • Subfamily Ailuropodinae
      • Genus Ailuropoda – giant panda
    • Subfamily Tremarctinae
      • Genus Tremarctos – Andean bear
    • Subfamily Ursinae
      • Genus Helarctos – sun bear
      • Genus Melursus – sloth bear
      • Genus Ursus – Holarctic bears
  • Family Ailuridae – red panda
    • Genus Ailurus – red panda
  • Family Procyonidae – raccoons and relatives
    • Genus Nasuella – mountain coati
    • Genus Nasua – coatis
    • Genus Procyon – raccoons
    • Genus Potos – kinkajou
    • Genus Bassaricyon – olingos
    • Genus Bassariscus – ringtails
  • Family Mephitidae – skunks and stink badgers
    • Subfamily Myadinae
      • Genus Mydaus – stink badgers
    • Subfamily Mephitinae
      • Genus Spilogale – spotted skunks
      • Genus Mephitis – striped and hooded skunks
      • Genus Conepatus – hog-nosed skunks
  • Family Mustelidae – weasels, badgers, and otters
    • Subfamily Melinae
      • Genus Meles – Eurasian badgers
      • Genus Arctonyx – hog badgers
    • Subfamily Taxidiinae
      • Genus Taxidea – American badger
    • Subfamily Mellivorinae
      • Genus Mellivora – honey badger
    • Subfamily Martinae
      • Genus Gulo – wolverine
      • Genus Eira – tayra
      • Genus Martes – martens
    • Subfamily Helictidinae
      • Genus Melogale – ferret-badgers
    • Subfamily Galictidinae
      • Genus Galictis – grison
      • Genus Vormela – marbled polecat
      • Genus Ictonyx – striped polecats
      • Genus Poecilogale – African striped weasel
    • Subfamily Mustelinae
      • Genus Lyncodon – Patagonian weasel
      • Genus Neovison – American minks
      • Genus Mustela – weasels
    • Subfamily Lutrinae
      • Genus Pteronura – giant otter
      • Genus Lontra – New World otters
      • Genus Enhydra – sea otter
      • Genus Hydrictis – spotted-necked otter
      • Genus Lutra – Eurasian otters
      • Genus Aonyx – clawless otters
      • Genus Lutrogale – smooth-coated otter
  • Family Odobenidae – walrus
    • Genus Odobenus – walrus
  • Family Otariidae – eared seals
    • Genus Callorhinus – northern fur seal
    • Genus Arctocephalus – southern fur seals
    • Genus Neophoca – Australian sea lion
    • Genus Phocarctos – New Zealand sea lion
    • Genus Otaria – South American sea lion
    • Genus Eumetopias – Steller sea lion
    • Genus Zalophus – northern sea lions
  • Family Phocidae – earless seals
    • Genus Monachus – Mediterranean monk seal
    • Genus Neomonachus – Hawaiian and Caribbean monk seals
    • Genus Mirounga – elephant seals
    • Genus Hydrurga – leopard seal
    • Genus Leptonychotes – Weddell seal
    • Genus Lobodon – crabeater seal
    • Genus Ommatophoca – Ross seal
    • Genus Erignathus – bearded seal
    • Genus Cystophora – hooded seal
    • Genus Halichoerus – gray seal
    • Genus Histriophoca – ribbon seal
    • Genus Pagophilus – harp seal
    • Genus Phoca – harbor and spotted seal
    • Genus Pusa – ringed and inland seals

3.2. Suborder Feliformia

  • Family Nandiniidae – African palm civet
    • Genus Nandinia – African palm civet
  • Family Felidae – cats
    • Subfamily Pantherinae
      • Genus Neofelis – clouded leopards
      • Genus Panthera – large cats
    • Subfamily Felinae
      • Genus Puma – puma and jaguarundi
      • Genus Acinonyx – cheetah
      • Genus Lynx – lynxes
      • Genus Leopardus – Neotropical small cats
      • Genus Caracal – caracal and African golden cat
      • Genus Leptailurus – serval
      • Genus Pardofelis – marbled and Asian golden cats
      • Genus Otocolobus – Pallas's cat
      • Genus Felis – typical small cats
      • Genus Prionailurus – South Asian small cats
  • Family Prionodontidae – Asian linsangs
    • Genus Prionodon – linsangs
  • Family Viverridae – civets, genets, and oyans
    • Subfamily Viverrinae
      • Genus Viverricula – small Indian civet
      • Genus Viverra – civets
      • Genus Civettictis – African civet
    • Subfamily Genettinae
      • Genus Poiana – oyans
      • Genus Genetta – genets
    • Subfamily Hemigalinae
      • Genus Cynogale – otter civet
      • Genus Chrotogale – Owston's palm civet
      • Genus Hemigalus – banded palm civet
      • Genus Diplogale – Hose's palm civet
    • Subfamily Paradoxurinae
      • Genus Paradoxurus – Asian and golden palm civets
      • Genus Paguma – masked palm civet
      • Genus Arctogalidia – small-toothed palm civet
      • Genus Macrogalidia – Sulawesi palm civet
      • Genus Arctictis – binturong
  • Family Hyaenidae – hyenas
    • Subfamily Protelinae
      • Genus Proteles – aardwolf
    • Subfamily Hyaeninae
      • Genus Crocuta – spotted hyena
      • Genus Hyaena – brown and striped hyenas
  • Family Herpestidae – mongooses
    • Subfamily Mungotinae
      • Genus Crossarchus – cusimanse
      • Genus Liberiictis – Liberian mongoose
      • Genus Suricata – meerkat
      • Genus Dologale – Pousargues's mongoose
      • Genus Helogale – dwarf mongooses
      • Genus Mungos – Gambian and banded mongooses
    • Subfamily Herpestinae
      • Genus Atilax – marsh mongoose
      • Genus Xenogale – long-nosed mongoose
      • Genus Herpestes – typical mongooses
      • Genus Galerella – slender mongooses
      • Genus Cynictis – yellow mongoose
      • Genus Paracynictis – Selous's mongoose
      • Genus Bdeogale – bushy-tailed mongooses
      • Genus Ichneumia – white-tailed mongoose
      • Genus Rhynchogale – Meller's mongoose
  • Family Eupleridae – Malagasy carnivores
    • Subfamily Euplerinae
      • Genus Cryptoprocta – fossa
      • Genus Eupleres – falanouc
      • Genus Fossa – spotted fanaloka
    • Subfamily Galidiinae
      • Genus Galidia – ring-tailed vontsira
      • Genus Galidictis – striped vontsira
      • Genus Mungotictis – narrow-striped boky
      • Genus Salanoia – brown vontsira

4. Cetacea

Cetacea is the largest order of marine mammal, with 92 extant species (one of which, the baiji, may be extinct), and is found in every ocean on the planet along with many inland rivers systems. The order is split into to suborder, Mysticeti (including Balaenidae, Neobalaenidae, Eschrichtiidae, and Balaenopteridae) and Odontoceti (including Physeteridae, Kogiidae, Ziphiidae, Platanistidae, Iniidae, Lipotidae, Pontoporiidae, Monodontidae, Delphinidae, and Phocoenidae), which include a total of 14 families, most of which have few representative species. The taxonomy here is exemplified by the 4th volume of the Handbook of the Mammals of the World on Marine Mammals.

4.1. Suborder Mysticeti

  • Family Balaenidae – right and bowhead whales
    • Genus Eubalaena – right whales
    • Genus Balaena – bowhead whale
  • Family Cetotheriidae – pygmy right whale
    • Genus Caperea – pygmy right whale
  • Family Eschrichtiidae – gray whale
    • Genus Eschrichtius – gray whale
  • Family Balaenopteridae – rorquals
    • Genus Megaptera – humpback whale
    • Genus Balaenoptera – rorquals

4.2. Suborder Odontoceti

  • Family Physeteridae – sperm whale
    • Genus Physeter – sperm whale
  • Family Kogiidae – pygmy and dwarf sperm whales
    • Genus Kogia – pygmy and dwarf sperm whales
  • Family Ziphiidae – beaked whales
    • Genus Berardius – giant beaked whales
    • Genus Ziphius – Cuvier's beaked whale
    • Genus Hyperoodon – bottlenose whales
    • Genus Tasmacetus – Shepherd's beaked whale
    • Genus Indopacetus – Longman's beaked whale
    • Genus Mesoplodon – mesoplodont beaked whales
  • Family Platanistidae – South Asian river dolphin
    • Genus Platanista – South Asian river dolphin
  • Family Iniidae – Amazon river dolphins
    • Genus Inia – Amazon river dolphins
  • Family Lipotidae – baiji
    • Genus Lipotes – baiji
  • Family Pontoporiidae – franciscana
    • Genus Pontoporia – franciscana
  • Family Monodontidae – narwhal and beluga
    • Genus Delphinapterus – beluga
    • Genus Monodon – narwhal
  • Family Delphinidae – oceanic dolphins
    • Genus Lagenorhynchus – white-sided dolphins
    • Genus Orcaella – snubfin dolphins
    • Genus Orcinus – killer whale
    • Genus Delphinus – common dolphins
    • Genus Lagenodelphis – Fraser's dolphin
    • Genus Sotalia – tucuxi and Guiana dolphin
    • Genus Sousa – humpback dolphins
    • Genus Stenella – striped, spotted, and spinner dolphins
    • Genus Steno – rough-toothed dolphin
    • Genus Tursiops – bottlenose dolphins
    • Genus Globicephala – pilot whales
    • Genus Feresa – pygmy killer whale
    • Genus Grampus – Risso's dolphin
    • Genus Peponocephala – melon-headed whale
    • Genus Pseudorca – false killer whale
    • Genus Lissodelphis – right whale dolphins
    • Genus Cephalorhynchus – Antarctic dolphins
  • Family Phocoenidae – porpoises
    • Genus Neophocaena – finless porpoises
    • Genus Phocoenoides – Dall's porpoise
    • Genus Phocoena – typical porpoises

5. Chiroptera

The order Chiroptera comprises bats and is the second largest order of mammals, containing about 1,240 species of bats, which is around 20% of all mammal species.

5.1. Suborder Yangochiroptera

  • Family Emballonuridae – sac-winged bats
    • Genus Balantiopteryx
    • Genus Centronycteris – shaggy bats
    • Genus Coleura
    • Genus Cormura – chestnut sac-winged bat
    • Genus Cyttarops – short-eared bat
    • Genus Diclidurus – ghost bats
    • Genus Emballonura – sheath-tailed bats
    • Genus Mosia – dark sheath-tailed bat
    • Genus Paremballonura – Peter's sheath-tailed bat
    • Genus Peropteryx – dog-like bats
    • Genus Rhynchonycteris – proboscis bat
    • Genus Saccolaimus – pouched bats
    • Genus Saccopteryx
    • Genus Taphozous – tomb bats
  • Family Furipteridae
    • Genus Amorphochilus – smoky bat
    • Genus Furipterus – thumbless bat
  • Family Molossidae – free-tailed bats
    • Genus Austronomus – white-striped free-tailed bat
    • Genus Chaerephon – lesser mastiff bats
    • Genus Cheiromeles – naked bats
    • Genus Cynomops – dog-faced bats
    • Genus Eumops – bonneted bats
    • Genus Mormopterus
    • Genus Molossops – broad-faced bats
    • Genus Molossus – velvety free-tailed bats
    • Genus Mops – greater mastiff bats
    • Genus Myopterus – African free-tailed bats
    • Genus Nyctinomops – New World free-tailed bats
    • Genus Otomops – big-eared free-tailed bats
    • Genus Platymops – Peters's flat-headed bat
    • Genus Promops – domed-palate mastiff bats
    • Genus Sauromys – Roberts's flat-headed bat
    • Genus Tadarida – common free-tailed bats
    • Genus Tomopeas – blunt-eared bat
  • Family Mormoopidae
    • Genus Mormoops – ghost-faced bats
    • Genus Pteronotus – mustached bats and naked-backed bats
  • Family Mystacinidae – New Zealand short-tailed bats
    • Genus Mystacina
  • Family Myzopodidae – sucker-footed bats
    • Genus Myzopoda
  • Family Natalidae – funnel-eared bats
    • Genus Chilonatalus
    • Genus Natalus
    • Genus Nyctiellus – Gervais's funnel-eared bat
    • Genus PrimonatalusPrimonatalus prattae
  • Family Noctilionidae – bulldog bats
    • Genus Noctilio
  • Family Nycteridae – hollow-faced bats
    • Genus Nycteris
  • Family Phyllostomidae – leaf-nosed bats
    • Subphylum Brachyphyllinae
      • Genus Brachyphylla
    • Subphylum Carolliinae
      • Genus Carollia – short-tailed leaf-nosed bats
      • Genus Rhinophylla – little fruit bats
    • Subphylum Desmodontinae – vampire bats
      • Genus Desmodus
      • Genus Diaemus – white-winged vampire bat
      • Genus Diphylla – hairy-legged vampire bat
    • Subphylum Glossophaginae
      • Genus Anoura – Geoffroy's long-nosed bats
      • Genus Choeroniscus
      • Genus Choeronycteris – Mexican long-tongued bat
      • Genus Glossophaga – various long-tongued bats
      • Genus Hylonycteris – Underwood's long-tongued bat
      • Genus Leptonycteris – Saussure's long-nosed bats
      • Genus Lichonycteris – dark long-tongued bat
      • Genus Lionycteris – chestnut long-tongued bat
      • Genus Lonchophylla – nectar bats
      • Genus Monophyllus – Antillean long-tongued bats
      • Genus Musonycteris – banana bat
      • Genus Platalina – long-snouted bat
      • Genus Scleronycteris – Ega long-tongued bat
      • Genus Xeronycteris – Vieira's long-tongued bat
    • Subphylum Phyllonycterinae
      • Genus Erophylla – brown flower bats
      • Genus Phyllonycteris – Jamaican flower bats
    • Subphylum Phyllostominae
      • Genus Chrotopterus – big-eared woolly bat
      • Genus Glyphonycteris
      • Genus Lampronycteris – yellow-throated big-eared bat
      • Genus Lonchorhina – sword-nosed bats
      • Genus Lophostoma – some round-eared bats
      • Genus Macrophyllum – long-legged bat
      • Genus Macrotus – leaf-nosed bats
      • Genus Micronycteris – little big-eared bats
      • Genus Mimon – Gray's spear-nosed bats
      • Genus Neonycteris – least big-eared bat
      • Genus Phylloderma – pale-faced bat
      • Genus Phyllostomus – spear-nosed bats
      • Genus Tonatia – more round-eared bats
      • Genus Trachops – fringe-lipped bat
      • Genus Trinycteris – Niceforo's big-eared bat
      • Genus Vampyrum – spectral bat
    • Subphylum Stenodermatinae
      • Genus Ametrida – little white-shouldered bat
      • Genus Ardops – tree bat
      • Genus Ariteus – Jamaican fig-eating bat
      • Genus Artibeus – Neotropical fruit bats
      • Genus Centurio – wrinkle-faced bat
      • Genus Chiroderma – big-eyed bats
      • Genus Ectophylla – Honduran white bat
      • Genus Enchisthenes – velvety fruit-eating bat
      • Genus Mesophylla – MacConnell's bat
      • Genus Phyllops – Cuban fig-eating bat
      • Genus Platyrrhinus – broad-nosed bats
      • Genus Pygoderma – Ipanema bat
      • Genus Sphaeronycteris – visored bat
      • Genus Stenoderma – red fruit bat
      • Genus Sturnira – yellow-shouldered bats
      • Genus Uroderma – tent-making bats
      • Genus Vampyressa – yellow-eared bats
      • Genus Vampyrodes – great stripe-faced bat
  • Family Thyropteridae – disk-winged bats
      • Genus Thyroptera
  • Family Vespertilionidae – vesper bats
    • Subfamily Kerivoulinae
      • Genus Kerivoula – painted bats
      • Genus Phoniscus – trumpet-eared bats
    • Subfamily Murininae
      • Genus Harpiocephalus – hairy-winged bats
      • Genus Harpiola
      • Genus Murina – tube-nosed insectivorous bats
    • Subfamily Myotinae
      • Genus Cistugo – wing-gland bats (sometimes placed in separate family: Cistugidae)
      • Genus Myotis – mouse-eared bats
      • Genus Lasionycteris – silver-haired bat (sometimes placed in its own subfamily)
    • Subfamily Vespertilioninae
      • Genus Arielulus
      • Genus Barbastella – barbastelles
      • Genus Chalinolobus – wattled bats
      • Genus Corynorhinus – American lump-nosed bats
      • Genus Eptesicus – house bats
      • Genus Euderma – spotted bat
      • Genus Eudiscopus – disk-footed bat
      • Genus Falsistrellus
      • Genus Glauconycteris – butterfly bats
      • Genus Glischropus – thick-thumbed bats
      • Genus Hesperoptenus – false serotine bats
      • Genus Histiotus – big-eared brown bats
      • Genus Hypsugo – Asian pipistrelles
      • Genus Ia – great evening bat
      • Genus Idionycteris – Allen's big-eared bat
      • Genus Laephotis – long-eared bats
      • Genus Lasiurus – hairy-tailed bats
      • Genus Mimetillus – Moloney's mimic bat
      • Genus Neoromicia
      • Genus Nyctalus – noctule bats
      • Genus Nycticeinops – Schlieffen's bat
      • Genus Nycticeius – evening bats
      • Genus Nyctophilus – New Guinean and Australian big-eared bats
      • Genus Otonycteris – desert long-eared bat
      • Genus Parastrellus – western pipistrelle
      • Genus Perimyotis – eastern pipistrelle
      • Genus Pharotis – New Guinea big-eared bat
      • Genus Philetor – Rohu's bat
      • Genus Pipistrellus – some of the pipistrelle bats
      • Genus Plecotus – lump-nosed bats
      • Genus Rhogeessa – Rhogeessa bats
      • Genus Scoteanax – Rüppell's broad-nosed bat
      • Genus Scotoecus – house bats
      • Genus Scotomanes – harlequin bat
      • Genus Scotophilus – yellow bats
      • Genus Scotorepens – lesser broad-nosed bats
      • Genus Scotozous – Dormer's bat
      • Genus Tylonycteris – bamboo bats
      • Genus Vespadelus – includes forest bats
      • Genus Vespertilio – frosted bats

5.2. Suborder Yinpterochiroptera

  • Family Craseonycteridae – Kitti's hog-nosed bat (also known as the bumblebee bat)
    • Genus Craseonycteris
  • Family Hipposideridae – Old World leaf-nosed bats
    • Genus Anthops – flower-faced bat
    • Genus Asellia
    • Genus Aselliscus – 3 trident bat species
    • Genus Cloeotis – Percival's trident bat
    • Genus Coelops – tailless leaf-nosed bats
    • Genus Hipposideros – roundleaf bats
    • Genus Paracoelops – Pomona roundleaf bat
    • Genus Paratriaenops
    • Genus Rhinonicteris – orange leaf-nosed bat
    • Genus Triaenops
  • Family Megadermatidae – false vampire bats
    • Genus Cardioderma – heart-nosed bat
    • Genus Lavia – yellow-winged bat
    • Genus Macroderma – ghost bat
    • Genus Megaderma – lesser and greater false vampire bats
    • Genus Eudiscoderma – Thongaree's disc-nosed bat
  • Family Pteropodidae – megabats
    • Subfamily Cynopterinae
      • Genus Aethalops – pygmy fruit bats
      • Genus Alionycteris – Mindanao pygmy fruit bat
      • Genus Balionycteris – spot-winged fruit bat
      • Genus Chironax – black-capped fruit bat
      • Genus Cynopterus – short-nosed fruit bats
      • Genus Dyacopterus – dayak fruit bats
      • Genus Haplonycteris – Fischer's pygmy fruit bat
      • Genus Latidens – Salim Ali's fruit bat
      • Genus Megaerops
      • Genus Otopteropus – Luzon fruit bat
      • Genus Penthetor – dusky fruit bat
      • Genus Ptenochirus – musky fruit bats
      • Genus Sphaerias – Blanford's fruit bat
      • Genus Thoopterus – swift fruit bat
    • Subfamily Epomophorinae
      • Genus Casinycteris – short-palated fruit bat
      • Genus Epomophorus – epauletted fruit bats
      • Genus Epomops – epauletted bats
      • Genus Hypsignathus – hammer-headed bat
      • Genus Lissonycteris – Angolan rousette
      • Genus Megaloglossus – Woermann's bat
      • Genus Micropteropus – dwarf epauletted bats
      • Genus Myonycteris – little collared fruit bats
      • Genus Nanonycteris – Veldkamp's dwarf epauletted fruit bat
      • Genus Plerotes – D'Anchieta's fruit bat
      • Genus Scotonycteris
    • Subfamily Harpiyonycterinae
      • Genus Aproteles – Bulmer's fruit bat
      • Genus Dobsonia – naked-backed fruit bats
      • Genus Harpyionycteris – harpy fruit bats
    • Subfamily Macroglossinae
      • Genus Macroglossus – long-tongued fruit bats
      • Genus Melonycteris
      • Genus Notopteris – long-tailed fruit bats
      • Genus Syconycteris – blossom bats
    • Subfamily Nyctimeninae
      • Genus Nyctimene – tube-nosed fruit bats
      • Genus Paranyctimene
    • Subfamily Pteropodinae
      • Genus Acerodon
      • Genus Desmalopex – white-winged flying foxes
      • Genus Eidolon – straw-coloured fruit bats
      • Genus Mirimiri – Fijian monkey-faced bat
      • Genus Neopteryx – small-toothed fruit bat
      • Genus Pteralopex – monkey-faced bats
      • Genus Pteropus – flying foxes
    • Subfamily Rousettinae
      • Genus Eonycteris – dawn fruit bats
      • Genus Styloctenium – stripe-faced fruit bats
      • Genus Rousettus – rousette fruit bats
  • Family Rhinolophidae – horseshoe bats
    • Genus Rhinolophus
  • Family Rhinopomatidae – mouse-tailed bats
    • Genus Rhinopoma

6. Cingulata

  • Family Chlamyphoridae – fairy armadillos, giant armadillos, and more
    • Subfamily Chlamyphorinae – fairy armadillos
      • Genus Calyptophractus – greater fairy armadillo
      • Genus Chlamyphorus – pink fairy armadillo
    • Subfamily Euphractinae
      • Genus Chaetophractus – hairy armadillo
      • Genus Euphractus – six-banded armadillo
      • Genus Zaedyus – pichi
    • Subfamily Tolypeutinae
      • Genus Cabassous – naked-tailed armadillos
      • Genus Priodontes – giant armadillo
      • Genus Tolypeutes – three-banded armadillos
  • Family Dasypodidae
    • Genus Dasypus – long-nosed armadillos

7. Dasyuromorphia

The order Dasyuromorphia (meaning "hairy tail") comprises most of the Australian carnivorous marsupials, including quolls, dunnarts,the numbat, the Tasmanian devil, and the thylacine. There are 73 living species in this order, 72 of which belong to the family Dasyuridae and the numbat, of the family Myrmecobiidae.

  • Family Dasyuridae – sometimes known as marsupial mice
    • Genus Antechinomys – kultarr
    • Genus Antechinus – pouched mice
    • Genus Dasycercus – mulgaras
    • Genus Dasykaluta – little red kaluta
    • Genus Dasyuroides – kowari
    • Genus Dasyurus – quolls
    • Genus Micromurexia – Habbema dasyure
    • Genus Murexechinus – black-tailed dasyure
    • Genus Murexia – short-furred dasyure
    • Genus Myoictis – three-striped dasyures
    • Genus Neophascogale – speckled dasyures
    • Genus Ningaui – ningauis
    • Genus Paramurexia – broad-striped dasyure
    • Genus Parantechinus – dibbler
    • Genus Phascogale – phascogales, or wambengers
    • Genus Phascolosorex – marsupial shrews
    • Genus Phascomurexia – long-nosed dasyure
    • Genus Planigale – planigales
    • Genus Pseudantechinus – false antechinuses
    • Genus Sarcophilus – Tasmanian devil
    • Genus Sminthopsis – dunnarts
  • Family Myrmecobiidae
    • Genus Myrmecobius – numbat

8. Dermoptera

Colugos are arboreal gliding mammals found in Southeast Asia. Just two extant species, the Sunda flying lemur and the Philippine flying lemur, make up the entire order Dermoptera.

  • Family Cynocephalidae – colugos, or flying lemurs
    • Genus Cynocephalus – Philippine flying lemur
    • Genus Galeopterus – Sunda flying lemur

9. Didelphimorphia

  • Caluromys
  • Caluromysiops
  • Chacodelphys
  • Chironectes
  • Cryptonanus
  • Didelphis
  • Glironia
  • Gracilinanus
  • Hyladelphys
  • Lestodelphys
  • Lutreolina
  • Marmosa
  • Marmosops
  • Metachirus
  • Monodelphis
  • Philander
  • Thylamys
  • Tlacuatzin

10. Diprotodontia

  • Acrobates
  • Aepyprymnus
  • Ailurops
  • Bettongia
  • Burramys
  • Cercartetus
  • Dactylopsila
  • Dendrolagus
  • Distoechurus
  • Dorcopsis
  • Dorcopsulus
  • Gymnobelideus
  • Hemibelideus
  • Hypsiprymnodon
  • Lagorchestes
  • Lagostrophus
  • Lasiorhinus
  • Macropus
  • Onychogalea
  • Petauroides
  • Petaurus
  • Petrogale
  • Petropseudes
  • Phalanger
  • Phascolarctos
  • Potorous
  • Pseudocheirus
  • Pseudochirops
  • Pseudochirulus
  • Setonix
  • Spilocuscus
  • Strigocuscus
  • Tarsipes
  • Thylogale
  • Trichosurus
  • Vombatus
  • Wallabia
  • Wyulda

11. Eulipotyphla

  • Anourosorex
  • Atelerix
  • Blarina
  • Blarinella
  • Chimarrogale
  • Chodsigoa
  • Condylura
  • Congosorex
  • Crocidura
  • Cryptotis
  • Desmana
  • Diplomesodon
  • Dymecodon
  • Echinosorex
  • Episoriculus
  • Erinaceus
  • Euroscaptor
  • Feroculus
  • Galemys
  • Hemiechinus
  • Hylomys
  • Megasorex
  • Mesechinus
  • Mogera
  • Myosorex
  • Nectogale
  • Neohylomys
  • Neomys
  • Neotetracus
  • Neurotrichus
  • Notiosorex
  • Paracrocidura
  • Paraechinus
  • Parascalops
  • Parascaptor
  • Podogymnura
  • Ruwenzorisorex
  • Scalopus
  • Scapanulus
  • Scapanus
  • Scaptochirus
  • Scaptonyx
  • Scutisorex
  • Solenodon
  • Solisorex
  • Sorex
  • Soriculus
  • Suncus
  • Surdisorex
  • Sylvisorex
  • Talpa
  • Uropsilus
  • Urotrichus

12. Hyracoidea

  • Dendrohyrax
  • Heterohyrax
  • Procavia

13. Lagomorpha

  • Brachylagus
  • Bunolagus
  • Caprolagus
  • Lepus
  • Nesolagus
  • Ochotona
  • Oryctolagus
  • Pentalagus
  • Poelagus
  • Pronolagus
  • Romerolagus
  • Sylvilagus

14. Macroscelidea

  • Elephantulus
  • Macroscelides
  • Petrodromus
  • Rhynchocyon

15. Microbiotheria

  • Dromiciops

16. Monotremata

  • Ornithorhynchus
  • Tachyglossus
  • Zaglossus

17. Notoryctemorphia

  • Notoryctes

18. Paucituberculata

  • Caenolestes
  • Lestoros
  • Rhyncholestes

19. Peramelemorphia

  • Echymipera
  • Isoodon
  • Macrotis
  • Microperoryctes
  • Perameles
  • Peroryctes
  • Rhynchomeles

20. Perissodactyla

  • Equus
  • Ceratotherium
  • Dicerorhinus
  • Diceros
  • Rhinoceros
  • Tapirus

21. Pholidota

  • Manis
  • Phataginus
  • Smutsia

22. Pilosa

  • Bradypus
  • Choloepus
  • Cyclopes
  • Myrmecophaga
  • Tamandua[2]

23. Primates

  • Allenopithecus
  • Allocebus
  • Allochrocebus
  • Alouatta
  • Aotus
  • Arctocebus
  • Ateles
  • Avahi
  • Brachyteles
  • Cacajao
  • Callibella
  • Callicebus
  • Callimico
  • Callithrix
  • Carlito
  • Cebuella
  • Cebus
  • Cephalopachus
  • Cercocebus
  • Cercopithecus
  • Cheirogaleus
  • Chiropotes
  • Chlorocebus
  • Colobus
  • Daubentonia
  • Erythrocebus
  • Eulemur
  • Euoticus
  • Galago
  • Gorilla
  • Hapalemur
  • Homo
  • Hoolock
  • Hylobates
  • Indri
  • Lagothrix
  • Lemur
  • Leontopithecus
  • Lepilemur
  • Lophocebus
  • Loris
  • Macaca
  • Mandrillus
  • Mico
  • Microcebus
  • Miopithecus
  • Mirza
  • Nasalis
  • Nomascus
  • Nycticebus
  • Pongo
  • Oreonax
  • Otolemur
  • Pan
  • Papio
  • Perodicticus
  • Phaner
  • Piliocolobus
  • Pithecia
  • Presbytis
  • Procolobus
  • Prolemur
  • Propithecus
  • Pseudopotto
  • Pygathrix
  • Rhinopithecus
  • Rungwecebus
  • Saguinus
  • Saimiri
  • Scuirocheirus
  • Semnopithecus
  • Simias
  • Symphalangus
  • Tarsius
  • Theropithecus
  • Trachypithecus
  • Varecia

24. Proboscidea

  • Elephas
  • Loxodonta

25. Rodentia

  • Abditomys
  • Abeomelomys
  • Abrawayaomys
  • Abrocoma
  • Abrothrix
  • Acomys
  • Aconaemys
  • Aegialomys
  • Aepeomys
  • Aeretes
  • Aeromys
  • Aethomys
  • Akodon
  • Allactaga
  • Allactodipus
  • Allocricetulus
  • Alticola
  • Ammodillus
  • Ammospermophilus
  • Amphinectomys
  • Andalgalomys
  • Andinomys
  • Anisomys
  • Anomalurus
  • Anonymomys
  • Anotomys
  • Aplodontia
  • Apodemus
  • Apomys
  • Arborimus
  • Archboldomys
  • Arvicanthis
  • Arvicola
  • Atherurus
  • Atlantoxerus
  • Auliscomys
  • Baiomys
  • Baiyankamys
  • Bandicota
  • Bathyergus
  • Batomys
  • Beamys
  • Castor
  • Belomys
  • Berylmys
  • Bibimys
  • Biswamoyopterus
  • Blanfordimys
  • Blarinomys
  • Brachiones
  • Brachytarsomys
  • Brachyuromys
  • Brucepattersonius
  • Bullimus
  • Bunomys
  • Callistomys
  • Callosciurus
  • Calomys
  • Calomyscus
  • Cannomys
  • Cansumys
  • Capromys
  • Cardiocranius
  • Carpomys
  • Carterodon
  • Caryomys
  • Cavia
  • Cerradomys
  • Chaetocauda
  • Chaetodipus
  • Chaetomys
  • Chelemys
  • Chibchanomys
  • Chilomys
  • Chinchilla
  • Chinchillula
  • Chionomys
  • Chiromyscus
  • Chiropodomys
  • Chiruromys
  • Chrotomys
  • Clyomys
  • Coccymys
  • Coendou
  • Colomys
  • Conilurus
  • Crateromys
  • Cratogeomys
  • Cremnomys
  • Cricetomys
  • Cricetulus
  • Cricetus
  • Crossomys
  • Crunomys
  • Cryptomys
  • Ctenodactylus
  • Ctenomys
  • Cuscomys
  • Cynomys
  • Dacnomys
  • Dactylomys
  • Dasymys
  • Dasyprocta
  • Delanymys
  • Delomys
  • Deltamys
  • Dendromus
  • Dendroprionomys
  • Deomys
  • Dephomys
  • Desmodilliscus
  • Desmodillus
  • Desmomys
  • Dicrostonyx
  • Dinaromys
  • Dinomys
  • Diomys
  • Diplomys
  • Diplothrix
  • Dipodillus
  • Dipodomys
  • Dipus
  • Dolichotis
  • Dremomys
  • Drymoreomys
  • Dryomys
  • Echimys
  • Echiothrix
  • Eligmodontia
  • Eliomys
  • Eliurus
  • Ellobius
  • Eoglaucomys
  • Eolagurus
  • Eospalax
  • Eothenomys
  • Eozapus
  • Epixerus
  • Eremodipus
  • Eremoryzomys
  • Erethizon
  • Eropeplus
  • Euchoreutes
  • Euneomys
  • Eupetaurus
  • Euryoryzomys
  • Euryzygomatomys
  • Eutamias
  • Exilisciurus
  • Felovia
  • Fukomys
  • Funambulus
  • Funisciurus
  • Galea
  • Galenomys
  • Geocapromys
  • Geomys
  • Georychus
  • Geoxus
  • Gerbilliscus
  • Gerbillurus
  • Gerbillus
  • Glaucomys
  • Glirulus
  • Glis
  • Glyphotes
  • Golunda
  • Grammomys
  • Graomys
  • Graphiurus
  • Gymnuromys
  • Habromys
  • Hadromys
  • Haeromys
  • Handleyomys
  • Hapalomys
  • Heimyscus
  • Heliophobius
  • Heliosciurus
  • Heterocephalus
  • Heteromys
  • Hodomys
  • Holochilus
  • Hoplomys
  • Hybomys
  • Hydrochoerus
  • Hydromys
  • Hylaeamys
  • Hylomyscus
  • Hylopetes
  • Hyomys
  • Hyosciurus
  • Hyperacrius
  • Hypogeomys
  • Hystrix
  • Ichthyomys
  • Idiurus
  • Iomys
  • Irenomys
  • Isothrix
  • Isthmomys
  • Jaculus
  • Juliomys
  • Juscelinomys
  • Kadarsanomys
  • Kannabateomys
  • Kerodon
  • Komodomys
  • Kunsia
  • Lagidium
  • Lagostomus
  • Lagurus
  • Lamottemys
  • Laonastes
  • Lariscus
  • Lasiopodomys
  • Leggadina
  • Leimacomys
  • Leimacomys
  • Lemmiscus
  • Lemmus
  • Lemniscomys
  • Lenomys
  • Lenothrix
  • Lenoxus
  • Leopoldamys
  • Leporillus
  • Leptomys
  • Limnomys
  • Lonchothrix
  • Lophiomys
  • Lophuromys
  • Lorentzimys
  • Loxodontomys
  • Lundomys
  • Macrotarsomys
  • Macruromys
  • Madromys
  • Makalata
  • Malacomys
  • Malacothrix
  • Mallomys
  • Mammelomys
  • Margaretamys
  • Marmota
  • Massoutiera
  • Mastacomys
  • Mastomys
  • Maxomys
  • Megadendromus
  • Megadontomys
  • Melanomys
  • Melasmothrix
  • Melomys
  • Menetes
  • Meriones
  • Mesembriomys
  • Mesocapromys
  • Mesocricetus
  • Mesomys
  • Micaelamys
  • Microakodontomys
  • Microcavia
  • Microdillus
  • Microdipodops
  • Microhydromys
  • Micromys
  • Microryzomys
  • Microsciurus
  • Microtus
  • Millardia
  • Mindomys
  • Mirzamys
  • Monticolomys
  • Muriculus
  • Mus
  • Muscardinus
  • Musseromys
  • Mylomys
  • Myocastor
  • Myodes
  • Myomimus
  • Myomyscus
  • Myoprocta
  • Myopus
  • Myosciurus
  • Myospalax
  • Myotomys
  • Mysateles
  • Mystromys
  • Nannosciurus
  • Napaeozapus
  • Neacomys
  • Necromys
  • Nectomys
  • Nelsonia
  • Neodon
  • Neofiber
  • Neotamias
  • Neotoma
  • Neotomodon
  • Neotomys
  • Nephelomys
  • Nesokia
  • Nesomys
  • Nesoromys
  • Nesoryzomys
  • Neusticomys
  • Nilopegamys
  • Niviventer
  • Notiomys
  • Notocitellus
  • Notomys
  • Nyctomys
  • Ochrotomys
  • Octodon
  • Octodontomys
  • Octomys
  • Oecomys
  • Oenomys
  • Olallamys
  • Oligoryzomys
  • Ondatra
  • Onychomys
  • Oreoryzomys
  • Orthogeomys
  • Oryzomys
  • Osgoodomys
  • Otomys
  • Otonyctomys
  • Otospermophilus
  • Ototylomys
  • Oxymycterus
  • Cuniculus
  • Pachyuromys
  • Palawanomys
  • Papagomys
  • Pappogeomys
  • Paradipus
  • Parahydromys
  • Paraleptomys
  • Paralomys
  • Paramelomys
  • Paraxerus
  • Parotomys
  • Paruromys
  • Pattonomys
  • Paucidentomys
  • Paulamys
  • Pearsonomys
  • Pectinator
  • Pedetes
  • Pelomys
  • Perognathus
  • Peromyscus
  • Petaurillus
  • Petaurista
  • Petinomys
  • Petromus
  • Petromyscus
  • Phaenomys
  • Phaiomys
  • Phenacomys
  • Phloeomys
  • Phodopus
  • Phyllomys
  • Phyllotis
  • Pipanacoctomys
  • Pithecheir
  • Pithecheirops
  • Plagiodontia
  • Platacanthomys
  • Podomys
  • Podoxymys
  • Pogonomelomys
  • Pogonomys
  • Poliocitellus
  • Praomys
  • Prionomys
  • Proechimys
  • Proedromys
  • Prometheomys
  • Prosciurillus
  • Protochromys
  • Protoxerus
  • Psammomys
  • Pseudohydromys
  • Pseudomys
  • Pseudoryzomys
  • Pteromys
  • Pteromyscus
  • Punomys
  • Pygeretmus
  • Rattus
  • Ratufa
  • Reithrodon
  • Reithrodontomys
  • Rhabdomys
  • Rhagomys
  • Rheithrosciurus
  • Rheomys
  • Rhinosciurus
  • Rhipidomys
  • Rhizomys
  • Rhombomys
  • Rhynchomys
  • Rubrisciurus
  • Saccostomus
  • Salinoctomys
  • Salinomys
  • Salpingotulus
  • Salpingotus
  • Saxatilomys
  • Scapteromys
  • Sciurillus
  • Sciurotamias
  • Sciurus
  • Scolomys
  • Scotinomys
  • Sekeetamys
  • Selevinia
  • Sicista
  • Sigmodon
  • Sigmodontomys
  • Solomys
  • Sommeromys
  • Sooretamys
  • Spalacopus
  • Spalax
  • Spermophilopsis
  • Spermophilus
  • Srilankamys
  • Steatomys
  • Stenocephalemys
  • Stochomys
  • Stylodipus
  • Sundamys
  • Sundasciurus
  • Synaptomys
  • Syntheosciurus
  • Tachyoryctes
  • Taeromys
  • Tamias
  • Tamiasciurus
  • Tamiops
  • Tapecomys
  • Tarsomys
  • Tateomys
  • Tatera
  • Taterillus
  • Thallomys
  • Thalpomys
  • Thamnomys
  • Thaptomys
  • Thomasomys
  • Thomomys
  • Thrichomys
  • Thryonomys
  • Tokudaia
  • Tonkinomys
  • Toromys
  • Transandinomys
  • Trichys
  • Trinomys
  • Trogopterus
  • Tryphomys
  • Tscherskia
  • Tylomys
  • Tympanoctomys
  • Typhlomys
  • Uranomys
  • Uromys
  • Vandeleuria
  • Vernaya
  • Voalavo
  • Volemys
  • Waiomys
  • Wiedomys
  • Wilfredomys
  • Xenomys
  • Xenuromys
  • Xeromys
  • Xerospermophilus
  • Xerus
  • Zapus
  • Zelotomys
  • Zenkerella
  • Zygodontomys
  • Zygogeomys
  • Zyzomys

26. Scandentia

  • Anathana
  • Dendrogale
  • Ptilocercus
  • Tupaia
  • Urogale

27. Sirenia

  • Dugong
  • Trichechus

28. Tubulidentata

  • Orycteropus

References

  1. Groves, Colin; Grubb, Peter (2011). Ungulate Taxonomy. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 1421400936. 
  2. "www.bucknell.edu/msw3". Bucknell.edu. http://www.bucknell.edu/msw3. Retrieved 2014-02-23. 
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