Gymnures

Gymnures

Order : Insectivora
Family : Erinaceidae
Subfamily : Hylomyinae
Genus : Hylomys

 

Facts about the genus Hylomys, the gymnures

With the exception of the spines and their associated musculature, the body plan of hedgehogs and gymnures is very primitive. (Full text)

The largest of the gymnures is the moon rat, Echinosorex gymnurus, with a 15-in.

The largest of the gymnures is the moon rat, Echinosorex gymnurus, with a 15-in. (Full text)

The largest of the gymnures is the moon rat, Echinosorex gymnurus, with a 15-in. (Full text)

The largest of the gymnures is the moon rat, Echinosorex gymnurus, with a 15-in. (Full text)

The largest of the gymnures is the moon rat, Echinosorex gymnurus, with a 15-in. (Full text)

The largest of the gymnures is the moon rat, Echinosorex gymnurus, with a 15-in. (Full text)

Erinaceidae Family Members of this family, the hedgehogs and gymnures, are perhaps the most similar of all extant mammals to the very earliest mammals. (Full text)

Members of this family, the hedgehogs and gymnures, are perhaps the most similar of all extant mammals to the very earliest mammals.

Gymnures are most closely related to hedgehogs, also to other insectivora such as moles, shrews, tenrecs and solenodons. (Full text)

The hairy hedgehogs, or gymnures, are found instead of spiny hedgehogs in SE Asia.

The hairy hedgehogs, or gymnures, are found instead of spiny hedgehogs in SE Asia. (Full text)

Gymnures are most closely related to hedgehogs, also to other insectivora such as moles, shrews, tenrecs and solenodons. (Full text)

The hairy hedgehogs, or gymnures, are found instead of spiny hedgehogs in SE Asia. (Full text)

The hairy hedgehogs, or gymnures, are found instead of spiny hedgehogs in SE Asia. (Full text)

Gymnures are most closely related to hedgehogs, also to other insectivora such as moles, shrews, tenrecs and solenodons. (Full text)

Gymnures are most closely related to hedgehogs, also to other insectivora such as moles, shrews, tenrecs and solenodons.

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