Rodentia Bowdich, 1821

Order in GBIF Backbone Taxonomy

AnimaliaChordataMammalia

  • 3,584,767

    Occurrences
  • 4,369

    Species
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Overview

Full Name

Rodentia Bowdich, 1821

Common names

  • rodents eng
  • esquilo por
  • glodavci slv
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Taxonomic status

Accepted order

According to

The Catalogue of Life, 3rd January 2011

Georeferenced data

Subordinate taxa

Classification

kingdom
Animalia
phylum
Chordata
class
Mammalia
order
Rodentia
family
90
genus
1,576
species
4,369
 
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Bibliography

Arzamasov,I. T. (1972) An ecological faunistic survey of bloodsucking arthropods - parasites of insectivores and rodents of Byelorussia
DOI:http://phthiraptera.info/node/41792

Arzamasov,I. T. (1975) Changes in the fauna of arthropods-ectoparasites of mouse-type rodents as a result of marsh drainage in the Belorussian forest zone
DOI:http://phthiraptera.info/node/41793

Arzamasov,I. T.,Kraevskaya,L. I.,Labetskaya,A. G. (1977) Characteristics of the ectoparasite fauna of mouse-like rodents living in bracken-covered areas in the central part of the Byelorussian Polesie
DOI:http://phthiraptera.info/node/41794

Arzamasov,I. T.,Kraevskaya,L. I.,Labetskaya,A. G. (1978) The ectoparasite fauna of small rodents in the glutinose-alnetum filicosu, of the Byelorussian Polesie
DOI:http://phthiraptera.info/node/41796

Arzamasov,I. T.,Kraevskaya,L. I.,Labetskaya,A. G. (1980) Ectoparasites of the mouse like rodents occurring in oak woods with hornbeam and oxalis in the Byelorussian Polessye
DOI:http://phthiraptera.info/node/41797

Arzamasov,I. T.,Krayewskaya,L.,Yramyatnikaya,A. S.,Labyetskaya,A. (1975) Ectoparasites of myomorphs on undrained low moors of the Belorussian Forest USSR
DOI:http://phthiraptera.info/node/41787

Arzamasov,I. T.,Labetskaya,A. G.,Kraecskaya,L. I. (1977) Ectoparasites of mouse-like rodents in bracken cover within the territory of the Byelorussian Polesie
DOI:http://phthiraptera.info/node/41795

Basolo,F. J.,Funk,R. (1974) Ectoparasites from Microtus ochrogaster, Peromyscus leucopus and Cryptotis parva in Coles County, Illinois USA
DOI:http://phthiraptera.info/node/41819

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Source information

This backbone name usage exists because it was found in another checklist at the time the backbone was built. The primary source name usage has since been removed from the portal.

Record history

This record was last modified in GBIF on Nov 3, 2014. The source was last visited by GBIF on Jul 30, 2015. It was last updated according to the publisher on Feb 8, 2013.

A record will be modified by GBIF when either the source record has been changed by the publisher, or improvements in the GBIF processing warrant an update.