Paradoxurinae
Binturong (Arctictis binturong)
Scientific classification Edit this classification
Domain: Eukaryota
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Suborder: Feliformia
Family: Viverridae
Subfamily: Paradoxurinae
Gray, 1864
Genera

see Classification

Paradoxurinae is a subfamily of the feliform viverrids that was denominated and first described by John Edward Gray in 1864.[1] Pocock subordinated the genera Paradoxurus, Paguma and Arctictis to this subfamily.[2][3]

Classification

Living species

Genus Species IUCN Red List status and distribution
Paradoxurus Cuvier, 1822[4] Asian palm civet (P. hermaphroditus) (Pallas, 1777)[5]
LC[6]
Golden palm civet (P. zeylonensis) (Pallas, 1778)[7]
VU[8]
Brown palm civet (P. jerdoni) Blanford, 1885[9]
LC[10]
Arctictis Temminck, 1824[11] Binturong (A. binturong) (Raffles, 1822)[12]
VU[13]
Paguma Gray, 1831[14] Masked palm civet (P. larvata) (Smith, 1827)[15]
LC[16]
Arctogalidia Merriam, 1897[17] Small-toothed palm civet (A. trivirgata) (Gray, 1832)[18]
LC[19]

Phylogenetic tree

The phylogenetic relationships of Paradoxurinae are shown in the following cladogram:[20][21]

 Paradoxurinae 
 Paradoxurus 

Paradoxurus zeylonensis (Golden palm civet)

Paradoxurus montanus (Sri Lankan brown palm civet)

Paradoxurus stenocephalus (Golden dry-zone palm civet)

Paradoxurus aureus (Golden wet-zone palm civet)

Paradoxurus jerdoni (Jerdon's palm civet)

Paradoxurus hermaphroditus (Asian palm civet)

 Arctogalidia 

Arctogalidia trivirgata (Small-toothed palm civet)

 Paguma 

Paguma larvata (Masked palm civet)

 Arctictis 

Arctictis binturong (Binturong)

Extinct genera

References

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