Definition of Chinchillidae. Meaning of Chinchillidae. Synonyms of Chinchillidae

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Definition of Chinchillidae

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- The family Chinchillidae is in the order Rodentia and consists of the chinchillas, the viscachas, and their fossil relatives. This family is restricted...
- Chile. Along with their relatives, viscachas, they make up the family Chinchillidae. They are also related to the chinchilla rat. The chinchilla has the...
- vizcachas are rodents of two genera (Lagidium and Lagostomus) in the family Chinchillidae. They are native to South America and look similar to, but are not closely...
- nutrias Family Capromyidae: hutias Superfamily Chinchilloidea Family Chinchillidae: chinchillas and allies Family Dinomyidae: pacaranas New World porcupines...
- Lagostomus is a South American genus of rodents in the family Chinchillidae. It contains a single living species, the plains viscacha, and it is the only...
- Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Cl****: Mammalia Order: Rodentia Family: Chinchillidae Genus: Chinchilla Species: C. chinchilla Binomial name Chinchilla chinchilla...
- (Lagostomus maximus) is a species of viscacha, a rodent in the family Chinchillidae. It is the only living species within the genus Lagostomus. It is found...
- (Lagidium viscacia) is a species of viscacha, a rodent in the family Chinchillidae found in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, and Peru. It is a colonial animal...
- (Lagidium peruanum) is a species of viscacha, a rodent in the family Chinchillidae. It is known from Peru and Chile, at elevations from 300 to 5000 m,...
- Capromyidae (hutias) Caviidae (guinea pigs, wild cavies, and capybaras) Chinchillidae (chinchillas, viscachas, and their fossil relatives) Ctenomyidae (tuco-tucos)...
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