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Geomyidae Bonaparte, 1845
   NamebankID: 110178
   LSID:  urn:lsid:ubio.org:namebank:110178   (view metadata)
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Classification: (According to: PreUnion)
  Cellular life
    Eukaryota
      Opisthokonts
        Choanoflagellates and animals
          Metazoa
            Epitheliates
              Bilateria
                Deuterostomia
                  Chordata
                    Craniata
                      Vertebrata
                        Gnathostomata
                          Osteichthyes
                            Sarcopterygii
                              Tetrapoda
                                Amniota
                                  Mammalia
                                    Rodentia
                                      Geomyidae
                                        Mojavemys Lindsay 1972
                                        Phelosaccomys Korth & Reynolds 1994


Alternate Classifications:
Species2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2007
NCBI Taxonomy
GBIF Hierarchy of Higer Taxa
uBiota 2008-03-20T10:36:50-04:00
Species2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2008
Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS)



Synonyms:
Geomyidae



Common Names:
Common name | English
 
Common name
    pocket gophers
English
    pocket gophers



Associated Ranks
Family



Associated Taxonomic Groups
Mammalia



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Geomyidae Bonaparte, 1845Apr 14, 2003 Reeder, DeeAnn M
Wilson, Don E
 



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