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Sorex antinorii

(MUSARAIGNE DE VALAIS)

Common Names

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Common Names in English:

VALAIS SHREW

Common Names in French:

MUSARAIGNE DE VALAIS

Common Names in Spanish:

MUSARA?A DE VALAIS

Description

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Habitat

Biome: Terrestrial [1].

Ecology: Occurs in areas with dense vegetation cover .[1].

Taxonomy

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Notes

Name Status: Accepted Name .

First described: Bonaparte, C.L. Amphibia europaea ad systema nostrum vertebratorum ordinata. Memorie della Reale Accademia delle Scienze di Torino, (2), 2(1): 385-456., 1840.

Comment: Subgenus : Sorex

Last scrutiny: 28-Nov-2006

Formerly known as the Valais chromosome race of the Common Shrew S. araneus (2n = 24/25, FN = 40). Given species rank, diagnosed and reviewed by Brünner et al. (2002). Sorex arunchi may be related, if not conspecific (Hutterer in Wilson and Reeder 2005).[1].

Similar Species

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Members of the genus Sorex

ZipcodeZoo has pages for 120 species and subspecies in this genus. Here are just 100 of them:

S. alaskanus (Glacier Bay Water Shrew) · S. alpinus (Alpine Shrew) · S. antinorii (VALAIS SHREW) · S. araneus (European Shrew) · S. araneus araneus (European Shrew) · S. arcticus (Black-Backed Shrew) · S. arcticus arcticus (Black-Backed Shrew) · S. arizonae (Arizona Shrew) · S. arunchi (UDINE SHREW) · S. asper (Tien Shan Shrew) · S. averini (Dneper Common Shrew) · S. bairdi (Baird's Shrew) · S. bairdii (Baird's Shrew) · S. bedfordiae (Lesser Stripe-Backed Shrew) · S. bendirii (Bendire's Water Shrew) · S. bendirii bendirii (Bendire's Water Shrew) · S. buchariensis (Buchara Shrew) · S. caecutiens (Laxmann's Shrew) · S. camtschatica (Kamchatcka Shrew) · S. cansulus (Gansu Shrew) · S. cinereus (Long-Tailed Shrews) · S. cinereus nigriculus (Tuckahoe Masked Shrew) · S. cinereus streatori (Cinereus Shrew) · S. coronatus (Or Jersey Shrew) · S. cylindricauda (Greater Stripe-Backed Shrew) · S. daphaenodon (Siberian Large-Toothed Shrew) · S. daphaenodon daphaenodon (Siberian Large-Toothed Shrew) · S. dispar (Long-Tailed Or Rock Shrew) · S. dispar blitchi (Long-Tailed Or Rock Shrew) · S. dispar dispar (Long-Tailed Shrew) · S. emarginatus (Jackson's Shrew) · S. excelsus (Highland Shrew) · S. fumeus (Long-Tailed Shrews) · S. fumeus fumeus (Smokey Shrew) · S. gaspensis (Gaspé Shrew) · S. gracillimus (Slender Shrew) · S. granarius (Lagranja Shrew) · S. haydeni (Hayden's Shrew) · S. hosonoi (Azumi Shrew) · S. hoyi (American Pygmy Shrew) · S. hoyi hoyi (American Pygmy Shrew) · S. hoyi montanus (Pygmy Shrew) · S. hoyi thompsoni (Northeastern Pygmy Shrew) · S. hoyi winnemana (Southern Pygmy Shrew) · S. hydrodromus (Pribilof Island Shrew) · S. isodon (Equal-Toothed Shrew) · S. ixtlanensis (Ixtlan Shrew) · S. jacksoni (Saint Lawrence Island Shrew) · S. kozlovi (Kozlov's Shrew) · S. leucogaster (Paramushir Island Shrew) · S. longirostris (Dismal Swamp Southeastern Shrew) · S. longirostris eionis (Homossassa Shrew) · S. longirostris fisheri (Dismal Swamp Southeastern Shrew) · S. longirostris longirostris (Southeastern Shrew) · S. lyelli (Mount Lyell Shrew) · S. macrodon (Mexican Large-Toothed Shrew) · S. maritimensis (Maritime Shrew) · S. mediopua (Jalisco Shrew) · S. merriami (Merriam's Shrew) · S. merriami leucogenys (Merriam's Shrew) · S. milleri (Carmen Mountains Shrew) · S. minutissimus (Least Siberian Shrew) · S. minutus (Eurasian Pygmy Shrew) · S. mirabilis (Ussuri Shrew) · S. monticolus (Montane Shrew) · S. monticolus malitiosus (Warren Island Dusky Shrew) · S. monticolus monticolus (Montane Shrew) · S. monticolus neomexicanus (Montane Shrew) · S. nanus (Rocky Mountain Dwarf Shrew) · S. neomexicanus (Long-Tailed Shrews) · S. oreopolus (Mexican Long-Tailed Shrew) · S. orizabae (Orizaba Long-Tailed Shrew) · S. ornatus (Suisun Shrew) · S. ornatus ornatus (Ornate Shrew) · S. ornatus relictus (Buena Vista Lake Ornate Shrew) · S. ornatus salarius (Monterey Ornate Shrew) · S. ornatus salicornicus (Salt Marsh Ornate Shrew) · S. ornatus sinuosus (Suisun Shrew) · S. ornatus willetti (Santa Catalina Shrew) · S. pacificus (Pacific Shrew) · S. pacificus pacificus (Pacific Shrew) · S. palustris (Northern Water Shrew) · S. palustris albibarbis (American Water Shrew) · S. palustris brooksi (Vancouver Island Water Shrew) · S. palustris palustris (Northern Water Shrew) · S. palustris punctulatus (American Water Shrew) · S. planiceps (Kashmir Pygmy Shrew) · S. portenkoi (Portenko's Shrew) · S. preblei (Preble's Shrew) · S. pribilofensis (Pribilof Island Shrew) · S. raddei (Radde's Shrew) · S. roboratus (Flat-Skulled Shrew) · S. rohweri (Olympic Shrew) · S. sadonis (Sado Shrew) · S. samniticus (Appenine Shrew) · S. satunini (Caucasian Shrew) · S. saussurei (Saussure's Shrew) · S. saussurei saussurei (Saussure's Shrew) · S. sclateri (Sclater's Shrew) · S. shinto (Sado Shrew)

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Footnotes

  1. Hutterer, R., Amori, G. & Kryštufek, B. 2008. Sorex antinorii. In: IUCN 2011. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2011.2. <www.iucnredlist.org>. Downloaded on 04 February 2012. [back]
Last Revised: 2014-05-10