Species

Cavia aperea

[ Opisthokonta | Metazoa | Eumetazoa | . . .
. . . | Hystricognathi | Caviidae | Cavia ]

Cavia_aperea Courtesy of Petra Karstedt
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Opisthokonta | Metazoa | Eumetazoa | Bilateria | Deuterostomia | Chordata | Craniata | Vertebrata | Gnathostomata | Teleostomi | Euteleostomi | Sarcopterygii | Dipnotetrapodomorpha | Tetrapoda | Amniota | Mammalia | Theria | Eutheria | Boreoeutheria | Euarchontoglires | Glires | Rodentia | Hystricognathi | Caviidae | Cavia
Common:Brazilian guinea pig (German: Gemeines Meerschweinchen, Wildmeerschweinchen)
Ncbi Go to NCBI Taxonomy (37548)
Eol Encyclopedia of life
Wiki Wikipedia
Publication:
et. al. Right (2014)
BMC Genomics 15, 1036. Down

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Cavia porcellus str. inbred

[ Opisthokonta | Metazoa | Eumetazoa | . . .
. . . | Hystricognathi | Caviidae | Cavia ]

Cavia_porcellus_str__inbred Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Opisthokonta | Metazoa | Eumetazoa | Bilateria | Deuterostomia | Chordata | Craniata | Vertebrata | Gnathostomata | Teleostomi | Euteleostomi | Sarcopterygii | Dipnotetrapodomorpha | Tetrapoda | Amniota | Mammalia | Theria | Eutheria | Boreoeutheria | Euarchontoglires | Glires | Rodentia | Hystricognathi | Caviidae | Cavia
Synonym:Cavia cobaya, Cavia aperea porcellus, Cavia cobya (misnomer)
Common:guinea pig (German: Hausmeerschweinchen)
Comment:Guinea pigs are the most widespread rodents of South America. They were domesticated approximately 4000 years ago in the highlands of South America as a foodsource.
Ncbi Go to NCBI Taxonomy (10141)
Eol Encyclopedia of life
Wiki Wikipedia
Publication:
et. al. Right (2011)
Nature 478, 476-482. Down

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