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Didelphinae Gray, 1821
   NamebankID: 107310
   LSID:  urn:lsid:ubio.org:namebank:107310   (view metadata)
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Classification: (According to: Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS))
  Animalia
    Chordata
      Vertebrata
        Mammalia Linnaeus, 1758
          Theria Parker and Haswell, 1897
            Metatheria Huxley, 1880
              Didelphimorphia Gill, 1872
                Didelphidae Gray, 1821
                  Didelphinae Gray, 1821
                    Chironectes Illiger, 1811.
                    Didelphis Linnaeus, 1758
                    Gracilinanus Gardner and Creighton, 1989
                    Hyladelphys Voss, Lunde & Simmons 2001
                    Lestodelphys Tate, 1934
                    Lutreolina Thomas, 1910
                    Marmosa Gray, 1821
                    Marmosops Matschie, 1916
                    Metachirus Burmeister, 1854
                    Micoureus Lesson, 1842
                    Monodelphis Burnett, 1830
                    Philander Brisson, 1762
                    Thylamys Gray, 1843
                    Tlacuatzin Voss & Jansa 2003


Alternate Classifications:
NCBI Taxonomy
PreUnion



Synonyms:
Didelphinae



Common Names:
English
 
English
    American opossums



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Subfamily



Associated Taxonomic Groups
Mammalia



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Didelphinae Gray, 1821Apr 14, 2003 Reeder, DeeAnn M
Wilson, Don E
 



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