Carnivoros

(Redirigite ab Carnivore)

Carnivoros, in le senso taxonomic, son mammiferos del ordine Carnivora. Illos se distingue per un dentition que los permitte de mangiar altere animales.

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Carnivora
Rango fossile: 51.88–0 Ma Eoceno precoce - Presente[1]
Feliformes (sinistre) e caniformes (dextera )
Feliformes (sinistre) e caniformes (dextera )
Classification scientific
Regno: Animalia
Phylo: Chordata
Classe: Mammalia
Subclasse: Theria
Infraclasse: Placentalia
Superlegion: Boreoeutheria
Legion: Laurasiatheria
Infralegion: Fereuungulata
Superordine: Ferae
Ordine
Carnivora
Bowdich, 1821[2]
Synonymia
Subordines:

In le senso plus large, qualcunque animal que mangia carne es qualifiate de carnivore. De facto, qualque species del ordine Carnivora, como le panda gigante (Ailuropoda melanoleuca), mangia quasi nulle carne.

Historicamente, zoologistas placiava phocas e morsas in un altere ordine, Pinnipedia. Nunc, Pinnipedia es placiate como kingruppo de Musteloidea in le subordine Caniformia de Carnivora.

Familias modificar

Le ordine Carnivora contine 15 familias in duo subordines:

subordine Feliformia
familia Felidae - Felis, Panthera, etc.
familia Viverridae - civettas, genettas, etc.
familia Eupleridae - carnivoros de Madagascar
familia Nandiniidae - un specie, Nandinia binotata
familia Herpestidae - mangustas, etc.
familia Hyaenidae - hyenas e proteles
subordine Caniformia
familia Canidae - Canis, Vulpes, etc.
familia Odobenidae - morsas
familia Phocidae - phocas sin aures
familia Ursidae - ursos e le panda gigante
familia Otariidae - otarias (leones de mar)
superfamilia Musteloidae
familia Mephitidae - moffettas
familia Mustelidae - Mustela, Taxidea, Lutra, etc.
familia Procyonidae - Procyon, etc.
familia Ailuridae - un specie: le panda minor, Ailurus fulgens

Phylogenia modificar

 Carnivora 
 Feliformia 

 Aeluroidea 

 Viverroidea 
 Herpestoidea 
 Hyaenidae s.l.

Percrocutidae  



Hyaenidae (hyaenas)  



Lophocyonidae



 Herpestidae s.l.

Herpestidae (mangustas)  



Eupleridae (carnivoros malgache)  





Viverridae  






Shandgolictis



Asiavorator



Alagtsavbaatar




Anictis


 Feloidea 

 Prionodontidae s.l.

Prionodontidae (Asiatic linsangs)  



Palaeoprionodon




Haplogale




Stenoplesictis


 ? 

Pseudictis


 Felidae s.l.

Barbourofelidae




Viretictis




Stenogale



Felidae  









Nandiniidae (civetta de palma african)  




Nimravidae (false felinos con dentes de sabla)  




Palaeogalidae



 Caniformia 

 †Amphicyonoidea 

Amphicyonidae ("can-ursos")  





Lycophocyon


 Canoidea 
 Cynoidea 

Canidae  


 Arctoidea 

 Ursida 
 Ursoidea 

Ursidae (ursos)  



Adracon




 Mustelida 
 Musteloidea 




Procyonidae  



Ailuridae ("panda rubie")  




Mephitidae (moffettas)  




Mustelidae  




Plesiogale



 Panpinnipedia 

Semantoridae


 Pinnipedimorpha 

Enaliarctidae




Pinnarctidion


 Pinnipediformes 


Pacificotaria



Pteronarctos



 Pinnipedia 
 Otarioidea 

Otariidae



Odobenidae



 Phocoidea 

Desmatophocidae



Phocidae















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