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Sorex Linnaeus, 1758
Sorex Linnaeus, 1758; , TS: Sorex araneus
Amphisorex
Corsira
Homalurus
Oxyrhin
Soricidus
Eurosorex Stroganov, 1952; , TS: Sorex buchariensis
Ognevia Heptner & Dolgov, 1967; , TS: Sorex mirabilis


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The exact identification of these species is still unknown, but tentatively assumed to belong into this group.



fiSorex minutissimus Zimmermann, 1780
NEU - Siberia, Sakhalin, Hokkaido. See [About maps] Kääpiöpäästäinen Least shrew Least Siberian Shrew
Sorex minutissimus Zimmermann, 1780; , TL: Yenesei, Siberia
burneyi; (Baikal)
czekanovskii
exilis
neglectus
Sorex minimus Gmelin, 1793; Syst. Nat. (of Linnaeus 13th ed., augmented and corrected): 160, TL: Yenesei
minutissimus carelicus Stroganov, ?1949; Key to Mammals of Karelia, TL: Near Lake Suoyarvi, SW. Karelia, USSR
minutissimus barabensis Stroganov, 1956; Trudy biol. naucho-issled. Inst. perm. gos. Univ. 1 zool.:11-14, TL: Novosibirsk Oblast, W. Siberia
Sorex tscherskii abnormis Stroganov, 1949; Uchen zap. tomsk. Gros. Univ. 12: 187-188, TL: Near Chelkara, Kazakhstan
Sorex minutissimus stroganovi Yudin, 1964; Acta theriol. 8: 167-179, TL: Upper basin of River Yusid, S.E. Altai Mts, Siberia
Sorex minutissimus caudata Yudin, 1964; Acta theriol. 8: 167-179, TL: Near Kibizen, River Biya, NE. Altai Mts, Siberia
minutissimus tscherskii Ognev, 1913; , TL: Ussuri Region, E.Siberia
ussuriensis
tscherskii tschuktschorum Stroganov, 1949; Uchen zap. tomsk. Gros. Univ. 12: 187-188, TL: Anadir, Markov, NE. Siberia
minutissimus hawkeri Thomas, 1906; , TL: ?Honsu, Japan

fiSorex minutus Linnaeus, 1766
EU, Siberia - Yenesei, Baikal, C.Asia - Kashmir, Nepal. See [About maps] Vaivaispäästäinen Eurasian Pygmy Shrew Pygmy Shrew
Sorex minutus Linnaeus, 1766; , TL: Barnaul, W. Siberia
pygmaeus
canaliculatus; (Sweden)
gmelini
gymnurus; (Greece)
hibernicus; (Ireland)
insulaebellae; (Belle Isle, France)
?kastchenkoi; (W. Siberia)
lucanius; (S. Italy)
melanderi; (European Russia)
pumilio; (Germany)
pumilus
rusticus; (England)
volnuchini; (Caucasus)
Sorex exiguus Brink, 1952; , TL: Applescha, Frise, Netherlands
Sorex minutus becki Lehmann, 1963; , TL: Silum, Liechtenstein
Sorex minutus carpatanus Rey, 1971; , TL: Sierra de Guadarrama, Madris, Spain
minutus thibetanus Kastschenko, 1905; , TL: Tsaidam, central China
minutus planiceps Miller, 1911; , TL: Kashmir
Sorex minutus heptopotamicus Stroganov, 1956; Trudy biol. nauchno-issled. Inst. perm. gos.Univ. 1 zool.: 11-14, TL: Ala-Tau, Tien Shan, China

Sorex gracillimus Thomas, 1907
Okhotsk - N.Korea, Sakhalin, Shantar, Hokkaido, Kuriles. See [About maps] Slender Shrew
Sorex minutus gracillimus Thomas, 1907; Darine, 25 miles NW of Korsakoff, Sakhalin Island
?hyojironis; (Manchuria)
?leucogaster; (Amamushira, N. Kurile Is.)
?yamashinai

fiSorex caecutiens Laxmann, 1788
NEU, Siberia (taiga and tundra zones), Mongolia, Kansu, Korea, Sakhalin, Hokkaido, N.Honsu, Shikoku. See [About maps] Idänpäästäinen Laxmann's Shrew
Sorex caecutiens Laxmann, 1788; , TL: Lake Baikal, Siberia
altaicus
annexus; (Korea)
araneoides; (Baikal)
buxtoni; (Sea of Okhotsk)
centralis; (Sayan Mts)
koreni; (Kolyma River)
lapponicus; (N. Sweden)
macropygmaeus; (Kamchatka)
pleskei; (European Russia)
rozanovi
tasicus; (W. Siberia)
tungussensis
Sorex macropygmaeus karpinskii Dehnel, 1949; , TL: Bialowiez Forest,Poland
caecutiens shinto Thomas, 1905; , TL: Shikoku, Japan
Sorex chouei Imaizumi, 1954; , TL: Kitazawa-toge, Akaishi Mts, Nagano Pref., Honshu, Japan
caecutiens shikokensis Abe, 1967; , TL: Mt Shimokabuto (900m). Niihama City, Ehime Pref., Shikoku, Japan
caecutiens saevus Thomas, 1907
savenus
caecutiens cansulus Thomas, 1912; , TL: Kansu, China

fiSorex araneus Linnaeus, 1758
EU, Siberia. See [About maps] Metsäpäästäinen Eurasian common shrew Common Shrew
Sorex araneus Linnaeus, 1758; , TL: S.Sweden
alticola
bergensis
bohemicus
bolkayi
carpathicus
castaneus; (England)
concinnus
coronatus
crassicaudatus
cskikii
daubentonii
eleonorae
euronotus
fodiens Duvernoy
fretalis; (Jersey)
granti; (Islay, Inner Hebrides)
hermanni
ignotus
iochanseni
labiosus
macrotrichus
melanodon
mollis
monsvairani
nigra
nuda
pallidus
personatus
petrovi
peucinus
pulcher; (Terschelling Is., Holland)
pyrenaicus
quadricaudatus
rhinolophus
roboratus; (Altai)
samniticus; (S.Italy)
santonus
schnitnikovi; (SE. Kazakhstan)
tetragonurus
tomensis
uralensis
vulgaris
Blarina pyrrhonota Jentink, 1910
araneus garganicus Pasa, 1953; Mem. Biogeogr. adriat. 2: 1-23, TL: Monte Negro, Cagnano Varano, Gargano, Italy
araneus wettsteini Bauer, 1960; Bonn. zool. Beitr. 11: 141-344, TL: Neusiedler See, Burgenland, Austria
araneus silanus Lehmann, 1961; Zool. Anz. 167: 214-229, TL: Camigliatello, Silano, Calabria, Italy
araneus hülleri Lehmann, 1966; Säugetierk. Mitt. 14: 127-133, TL: Elmpter Schwalmbruch, Kr. Erkelenz, Niederrhein, W.Germany
Sorex gemellus Ott, 1968; , TL: Rhone Valley, Switzerland
Sorex araneus, Metsäpäästäisen kromosomipolymorfia [Liisa Halkka]
[araneus-1U.jpg] identification uncertain 970x540 (~86Kb) Russia, Moscow area, 28.7.2010 (36°25'E, 56°00'N), Photo © D. Smirnov


fiSorex isodon Turov, 1924
Siberia. See [About maps] Korpipäästäinen Graves shrew
Sorex araneus tomensis isodon Turov, 1924
gravesi; (?)
Sorex isodon princeps Skalon & Rajevsky, 1940

Sorex sinalis Thomas, 1912
China. See [About maps] Dusky Shrew
Sorex sinalis Thomas, 1912; , TL: 45 miles SE of Feng-hsiang-fu, Shensi, China (10 500 ft)

Sorex raddei Satunin, 1895
Caucasus - Asia Minor. See [About maps] Radde's Shrew
Sorex raddei Satunin, 1895; , TL: Near Kutais, Georgia, USSR
batis; (NE. Asia Minor)

Sorex caucasicus Satunin, 1913
Asia Minor. See [About maps] Caucasian Shrew
Sorex caucasicus Satunin, 1913; , TL: Bakuryani, Tbilisi, Georgia, USSR

Sorex granarius Miller, 1910
Spain. See [About maps] Sorex araneus granarius Miller, 1910; , TL: Segovia, Spain

Sorex asper Thomas, 1914
Kirgizia (Tien Shan), Sinkiang. See [About maps] Tien Shan Shrew
Sorex asper Thomas, 1914; , TL: Tekes Valley, Tien Shan, Central Asia

Sorex excelsus Allen, 1923
Yunnan. See [About maps] Sorex asper excelsus Allen, 1923; , TL: Yunnan, China

Sorex vir Allen, 1914
E.Siberia, Altai, N.Mongolia, Baikal, Vladivostok. See [About maps] Flat-skulled Shrew
Sorex vir Allen, 1914; , TL: Nijni Kolyms, near mouth of Kolyma River, NE. Siberia
vir jacutensis Dukelski, 1933; , TL: W. Yakutia and Yenesei
dukelskiae
turuchanensis
vir thomasi Ognev, 1921
vir plaatycranius Ognev, 1921

Sorex arcticus Kerr, 1792
Siberia, Alaska - Nova Scotia. See [About maps] Arctic Shrew
Sorex arcticus Kerr, 1792; 206, TL: Ontario, Canada
arcticus borealis Kastschenko, 1905; , TL: Tomsk, Sibera
amasari; (Amur to Baikal)
baikalensis
irkutensis; (Baikal)
jenissejensis; (Sayan Mts)
midendorfi; (Lower Yenesei)
petschorae; (Petchora)
sibiriensis
ultimus; (Kolyma)
Sorex jenissejensis margarita Fetisov, 1950; Isz. biologo-geogr. nauchno-issled. Inst. Irkutsk 10(4): 9-10, TL: Upper River Misvki, Khamar-Daban, E.Siberia
Sorex arcticus transrypheus Stroganov, 1956; Trudy biol. nauchno-issled. Inst. perm. gos. Univ. 1 zool.: 3-10, TL: Near Kustanaya, N. Kazakhstan

Sorex cinereus Kerr, 1792
Anadyr - Kamchatka, Kurile Islands, NA. See [About maps] Masked Shrew
Sorex arcticus cinereus Kerr, 1792; 206, TL: Fort Severn, Ontario, Canada
Sorex cinereus portenkoi Stroganov, 1956; Trudy biol. nauchno-issled. Inst. perm. gos. Univ. 1 zool.: 11-14, TL: Poberejhe Anadirsk estuary, near Anadyr, NE. Siberia
Sorex cinereus caecutienoides Stroganov, 1957; , TL: Yakutiya, Megino-Kangalask Region, Khaptagaisk, Siberia
Sorex beringianus Yudin, 1967; , TL: Paramushir, Kurile Islands, USSR
Sorex cinereus camtschatica Yudin, 1972; , TL: Kambalnaya Bay, Kamschatka, USSR

Sorex hosonoi Imaizumi, 1954
Honsu Sorex hosonoi Imaizumi, 1954; Bull. natn. Sci. Mus. Tokyo 1: 94, TL: Tokiwa Mura Kita-Azumi Gun, Nagano Pref., Honsu, Japan
Sorex hosonoi shiroumanus Imaizumi, 1954; Bull. natn. Sci. Mus. Tokyo 1: 97, TL: Mt. Shirouma (c. 2900 m), Japanese Alps, Honshu

Sorex unguiculatus Dobson, 1890
Vladivostok - Amur, Sakhalin, Hokkaido. See [About maps] Long-clawed Shrew
Sorex unguiculatus Dobson, 1890; , TL: Sakhalin
yesoensis; (Hokkaido)

Sorex daphaenodon Thomas, 1907
Siberia, Shakhalin, Paramushir, Mongolia, Manchuria. See [About maps] Large-toothed Shrew
Sorex daphaenodon Thomas, 1907; , TL: Dariné, 25 miles NW of Korsakoff, Sakhalin
daphaenodon sanguinidens Allen, 1914; , TL: near mouth of Kolyma River
daphaenodon orii Koruda, 1933; , TL: paramushir, Kurile Is.
daphaenodon scaloni Ognev, 1933; , TL: Tutukhansk dist.

Sorex buchariensis Ognev, 1921
Pamirs, Tadzhikistan, E.Tibet. See [About maps] Pamir Shrew
Sorex buchariensis Ognev, 1921; , TL: River Davan-su, NW Russian Pamir Mts
Sorex kozlovi Stroganov, 1952; , TL: Kam. River Dze-Tchyou, Upper Mekong, E. Tibet

Sorex mirabilis Ognev, 1937
N.Korea, Ussuri. See [About maps] Giant Shrew
Sorex mirabilis Ognev, 1937; , TL: Kishinka River, Ussuri region, E. Siberia
Sorex mirabilis kutscheruki Stroganov, 1956; Trudy biol. nauchno-issled. Inst. perm. gos. Univ. 1 zool.: 11-14, TL: Bektan, North Korea

Sorex alpinus Schinz, 1837
CEU, Pyrenees, Balkans, Carpathians, Tatra, Sudeten, Harz, Jura. See [About maps] Alpine Shrew
Sorex alpinus Schinz, 1837; , TL: St. Gothard Pass, Switzerland
?intermedius
?longobarda; (Italy)
hercynicus; (Harz Mts)
Sorex alpinus tatricus Kratochvil & Rosicky, 1952a; , TL: High Tatra Mountains, Czechoslovakia

Sorex cylindricauda Milne-Edwards, 1872
Szechuan. See [About maps] Greater Striped Shrew
Sorex cylindricauda Milne-Edwards, 1872; , TL: Moupin, W. Szechuan, China

Sorex bedfordiae Thomas, 1911
China (S.Kansu - Yunnan), Burma, Nepal. See [About maps] Lesser Striped Shrew
Sorex bedfordiae Thomas, 1911; , TL: Omisan (9500ft), Szechuan,China
fumeolus
bedfordiae wardi Thomas, 1911; , TL: Kansu
bedfordiae gomphus Alle, 1923; , TL: Yunnan
Sorex cylindricauda nepalensis Weigel, 1969; , TL: Ringmo, NE. Nepal (3920m)


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