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Synonyms for Muroidea

a superfamily of rodents essentially equal to the suborder Myomorpha but with the Dipodidae excluded

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Sistematica de Oryzomys Baird, 1858 do Leste do Brasil (Muroidea, Sigmodontinae).
Phylogenetic relationships in neotomine-peromyscine rodents (Muroidea) and a reappraisal of the dichotomy within New World Cricetinae.
A recent analysis of DNA sequences of hamsters, in the rodent subfamily Cricetinae (family Cricetidae, superfamily Muroidea), generated a significant phylogenetic restructuring among the genera Tscherkia, Cricetus, Allocricetulus and Cricetulus.
Phylogenetic analyses of the Thomasomyini (Muroidea: Sigmodontinae) based on morphological data.
Numerous members of the B2 SINE family are found in myomorphic rodents of, the Superfamily Muroidea, but either the presence of B2-like sequences or a paucity or non-existence of elements are encountered in other myomorph superfamilies (Serdobova and Kramerov 1993, Kass et al.
The rodent superfamily Muroidea comprises about 1,135 Recent species in 261 genera (Carleton and Musser, 1984), representing approximately 25% of extant mammalian diversity at these taxonomic levels.
Superfamily Muroidea. Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference.
The name layi however was missed in the influential compilation of the superfamily Muroidea by Musser & Carleton (2005) and therefore attracted very little attention.
Sigmodont rodents (Mammalia: Muroidea; Sigmodontinae) from the Pliocene (early Blancan) of the Verde Formation, Arizona.
Despite the enormous taxonomic and ecomorphological diversity of living rodents (especially Muroidea), we note that meristic variability in the molar row is more extensive in N.
Superfamily Muroidea. Pages 894-1,531 in Mammal species of the world: a taxonomic and geographic reference (D.