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Definition of Zokor

Zokor
Zokor o"kor, n. (Zo["o]l.) An Asiatic burrowing rodent (Siphneus aspalax) resembling the mole rat. It is native of the Altai Mountains.

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- Zokors are Asiatic burrowing rodents resembling mole-rats. They include two genera: Myospalax and Eospalax. Zokors are native to much of China, Kazakhstan...
- The Chinese zokor (Eospalax fontanierii) is a species of rodent in the family Spalacidae. It is endemic to China, ranging from Qinghai Province eastwards...
- The Siberian zokor (Myospalax myospalax) is a species of rodents in the family Spalacidae. It is found in Kazakhstan and Russia. Tsytsulina, K. 2008....
- False zokor (Myospalax aspalax) Siberian zokor (Myospalax myospalax) M. psilurus group: Transbaikal zokor (Myospalax psilurus) Eospalax Chinese zokor (Eospalax...
- The Transbaikal zokor (Myospalax psilurus) is a species of rodents in the family Spalacidae. It is found in China, Mongolia, and Russia. Shar, S., Tsytsulina...
- The false zokor (Myospalax aspalax) is a species of rodents in the family Spalacidae. It is found in Mongolia, China and Russia. Shar, S. & Lkhagvasuren...
- completely unrelated, but some other forms are also in the family Spalacidae. Zokors (subfamily Myospalacinae), root rats, and bamboo rats (subfamily Rhizomyinae)...
- False zokor (Myospalax aspalax) Siberian zokor (Myospalax myospalax) M. psilurus group: Transbaikal zokor (Myospalax psilurus) Eospalax Chinese zokor (Eospalax...
- Spalacidae. It contains these species of zokor: False zokor, M. aspalax Siberian zokor, M. myospalax Transbaikal zokor, M. psilurus Wilson, D.E.; Reeder, D...
- southeastern Europe. It includes the blind mole-rats, bamboo rats, mole-rats, and zokors. This family represents the oldest split (excluding perhaps the Platacanthomyidae)...
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