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This is part of a list of all currently recognized species of mammals:

It is based on the third edition of Mammal Species of the World (Wilson and Reeder, 2005) and incorporates changes made since then in the systematic literature. In addition, it strives to incorporate all mammal species that are known to have existed during the Holocene, so as to give a more complete picture of Recent mammal diversity.

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Order Lipotyphla Haeckel, 1866[edit]

Comments: Use of Lipotyphla instead of Eulipotyphla follows Asher & Helgen (2010)[1].
Genera: 55
Species: 491

Family Erinaceidae G. Fischer, 1814[edit]

Genera: 10
Species: 24

Subfamily Erinaceinae G. Fischer, 1814[edit]

Genera: 5
Species: 16
Atelerix Pomel, 1848
Species: 4
Erinaceus Linnaeus, 1758
Original description: Linnaeus, C. (1758). "Classis I. Mammalia". Systema naturae per regna tria naturae. pp. 14–77. 
Species: 4
Original description: Linnaeus, C. (1758). "Classis I. Mammalia". Systema naturae per regna tria naturae. pp. 14–77. 
Hemiechinus Fitzinger, 1866
Species: 2
Mesechinus Ognev, 1951
Species: 2
Paraechinus Trouessart, 1879
Species: 4

Subfamily Galericinae Pomel, 1848[edit]

Genera: 5
Species: 8
Echinosorex Blainville, 1838
Species: 1
Hylomys Müller, 1840
Species: 3
Original description: Jenkins, P. D.; Robinson, M. F. (2002). "Another variation on the gymnure theme: Description of a new species of Hylomys (Lipotyphla, Erinaceidae, Galericinae)". Bulletin of the Natural History Museum. Zoology Series. 68. doi:10.1017/S0968047002000018. 
Neohylomys Shaw & Wong, 1959
Species: 1
Neotetracus Trouessart, 1909
Original description: Trouessart, E. -L. (1909). "XLII.—Neotetracus sinensis,a new insectivore of the familyErinaceidæ". Journal of Natural History Series 8. 4 (22): 389–391. doi:10.1080/00222930908692683. 
Species: 1
Original description: Trouessart, E. -L. (1909). "XLII.—Neotetracus sinensis,a new insectivore of the familyErinaceidæ". Journal of Natural History Series 8. 4 (22): 389–391. doi:10.1080/00222930908692683. 
Podogymnura Mearns, 1905
Original description: Mearns, E.A. (1905). "Descriptions of new genera and species of mammals from the Philippine Islands" (PDF). Proceedings of the United States National Museum. 28: 425–460. 
Species: 2
Original description: Heaney, L.R.; Morgan, G.S. (1982). "A new species of gymnure, Podogymnura, (Mammalia: Erinaceidae) from Dinagat Island, Philippines". Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 95 (1): 13–26. 
Original description: Mearns, E.A. (1905). "Descriptions of new genera and species of mammals from the Philippine Islands" (PDF). Proceedings of the United States National Museum. 28: 425–460. 

Family Nesophontidae Anthony, 1916[edit]

Genera: 1
Species: 9
Nesophontes Anthony, 1916
Species: 9

Family Solenodontidae Gill, 1872[edit]

Genera: 1
Species: 4
Solenodon Brandt, 1833
Species: 4
Original description: Patterson, B. (1962). "An extinct solenodontid insectivore from Hispaniola" (PDF). Breviora. 165: 1–11. 

Family Soricidae G. Fischer, 1814[edit]

Genera: 26
Species: 413

Subfamily Crocidurinae Milne-Edwards, 1872[edit]

Genera: 9
Species: 229
Crocidura Wagler, 1832
Species: 185
Original description: Vesmanis, I. (1977). "Eune neue Crocidura-Art aus der Cyrenaica, Libyen: Crocidura aleksandrisi n. sp. (Mammalia: Insectivora: Crocidura)". Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 28 (1–2): 3–12. 
Original description: Osgood, W. H. (1910). "Further new mammals from British East Africa". Publications of Field Museum of Natural History. Zoological Series. 10 (3): 15–21. doi:10.5962/bhl.title.5562. 
Original description: Jenkins, P. D.; Lunde, D. P.; Moncrieff, C. B. (2009). "Chapter 10. Descriptions of New Species of Crocidura (Soricomorpha: Soricidae) from Mainland Southeast Asia, with Synopses of Previously Described Species and Remarks on Biogeography". Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. 331: 356–405. doi:10.1206/582-10.1. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Hutterer, R.; Dippenaar, N.J. (1987). "A new species of Crocidura Wagler, 1832 (Soricidae) from Zambia" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 38 (1): 1–7. 
Original description: Hutterer, R.; Harrison, D.L. (1988). "A new look at the shrews (Soricidae) of Arabia" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 39 (1): 59–72. 
Comments: An extinct taxon not included in MSW 3. See Turvey (2009)[2].
Original description: Hutterer, R. (2007). "Records of shrews from Panay and Palawan, Philippines, with the description of two new species of Crocidura (Mammalia: Soricidae)". Lynx (Praha). 38: 5–20. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Hutterer, R.; Lopez-Jurado, L. F.; Vogel, P. (1987). "The shrews of the eastern Canary Islands: A new species (Mammalia: Soricidae)". Journal of Natural History. 21 (6): 1347. doi:10.1080/00222938700770851. 
Original description: Jenkins, P. D.; Lunde, D. P.; Moncrieff, C. B. (2009). "Chapter 10. Descriptions of New Species of Crocidura (Soricomorpha: Soricidae) from Mainland Southeast Asia, with Synopses of Previously Described Species and Remarks on Biogeography". Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. 331: 356–405. doi:10.1206/582-10.1. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Brosset, A.; Dubost, G.; Heim De Balsac, H. (1965). "Une Nouvelle Espèce Decrociduradu Gabon". Mammalia. 29 (2): 268. doi:10.1515/mamm.1965.29.2.268. 
Original description: Hutterer, R.; Harrison, D.L. (1988). "A new look at the shrews (Soricidae) of Arabia" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 39 (1): 59–72. 
Original description: Osgood, W. H. (1910). "LI.—Two new African shrews". Journal of Natural History Series 8. 5 (28): 369–370. doi:10.1080/00222931008692782. 
Original description: Miller, G.S.; Hollister, N. (1921). "Twenty new mammals collected by H. C. Raven in Celebes". Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 34: 93–104. 
Comments: May not be distinct from C. suaveolens (Bannikova et al., 2006)[3].
Original description: Jenkins, P. D.; Lunde, D. P.; Moncrieff, C. B. (2009). "Chapter 10. Descriptions of New Species of Crocidura (Soricomorpha: Soricidae) from Mainland Southeast Asia, with Synopses of Previously Described Species and Remarks on Biogeography". Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. 331: 356–405. doi:10.1206/582-10.1. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Meegaskumbura, S.; Meegaskumbura, M.; Pethiyagoda, R.; Manamendra-Arachchi, K.; Schneider, C.J. (2007). "Crocidura hikmiya, a new shrew (Mammalia: Soricomorpha: Soricidae) from Sri Lanka" (PDF). Zootaxa. 1665: 19–30. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Ruedi, M.; Vogel, P. (1995). "Chromosomal evolution and zoogeographic origin of southeast Asian shrews (genusCrocidura)". Experientia. 51 (2): 174–178. PMID 7875257. doi:10.1007/BF01929365. 
Original description: Lunde, D. P.; Musser, G. G.; Ziegler, T. (2004). "Description of a new species of Crocidura (Soricomorpha: Soricidae, Crocidurinae) from Ke Go Nature Reserve, Vietnam". Mammal Study. 29: 27–36. doi:10.3106/mammalstudy.29.27. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Heim De Balsac, H. (1968). "Recherches Sur La Faune Dessoricidaede L'ouest Africain (Du Ghana Au Senegal)". Mammalia. 32 (3): 379–002. doi:10.1515/mamm.1968.32.3.379. 
Original description: Miller, G.S.; Hollister, N. (1921). "Twenty new mammals collected by H. C. Raven in Celebes". Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 34: 93–104. 
Original description: Miller, G.S.; Hollister, N. (1921). "Twenty new mammals collected by H. C. Raven in Celebes". Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 34: 93–104. 
Original description: Dollman, G. (1910). "XXV.—On a collection of mammals made by Mr. S. A. Neave, during his expedition in Northern Rhodesia". Journal of Natural History Series 8. 5 (26): 173–181. doi:10.1080/00222931008692748. 
Original description: Hutterer, R. (1982). "Crocidura manengubae n. sp. (Mammalia: Soricidae), eine neue Spitzmaus aus Kamerun" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 32 (3–4): 242–248. 
Original description: Ruedi, M.; Vogel, P. (1995). "Chromosomal evolution and zoogeographic origin of southeast Asian shrews (genusCrocidura)". Experientia. 51 (2): 174–178. PMID 7875257. doi:10.1007/BF01929365. 
Original description: Miller, G.S.; Hollister, N. (1921). "Twenty new mammals collected by H. C. Raven in Celebes". Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 34: 93–104. 
Original description: Heim De Balsac, H. (1956). "Diagnoses Decrocidurainédites D'Afrique Occidentale". Mammalia. 20 (2): 131–002. doi:10.1515/mamm.1956.20.2.131. 
Original description: Esselstyn, Jacob A.; Goodman, Steven M. (2010). "New species of shrew (Soricidae: Crocidura) from Sibuyan Island, Philippines". Journal of Mammalogy. 91 (6): 1467–1472. doi:10.1644/10-MAMM-A-002.1. 
Comments: A new species.
Comments: Formerly known as C. ichnusae (Turni et al., 2007)[4].
Original description: Hutterer, R. (2007). "Records of shrews from Panay and Palawan, Philippines, with the description of two new species of Crocidura (Mammalia: Soricidae)". Lynx (Praha). 38: 5–20. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Osgood, W.H. (1910). "Diagnoses of new East African mammals, including a new genus of Muridae". Publications of the Field Museum of Natural History, Zoological Series. 10: 5–13. 
Original description: Jenkins, P.D.; Abramov, A.V.; Rozhnov, V.V.; Olsson, A. (2010). "A new species of Crocidura (Soricomorpha: Soricidae) from southern Vietnam and north-eastern Cambodia" (PDF). Zootaxa. 2345: 60–68. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Abramov, A. V.; Jenkins, P. D.; Rozhnov, V. V.; Kalinin, A. A. (2008). "Description of a new species of Crocidura (Soricomorpha: Soricidae) from the island of Phu Quoc, Vietnam". Mammalia. 72 (4): 269–272. doi:10.1515/MAMM.2008.033. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Miller, G.S.; Hollister, N. (1921). "Twenty new mammals collected by H. C. Raven in Celebes". Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 34: 93–104. 
Original description: Miller, G.S. (1901). "Descriptions of three new Asiatic shrews". Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 14: 157–159. 
Original description: Jenkins, P.D.; Abramov, A.V.; Rozhnov, V.V.; Makarova, O.V. (2007). "Description of two new species of white-toothed shrews belonging to the genus Crocidura (Soricomorphia: Soricidae) from Ngoc Linh Mountain, Vietnam" (PDF). Zootaxa. 1589: 57–68. 
Comments: A new species.
Comments: Bannikova et al. (2006)[3] demonstrate the presence of several species within the current C. suaveolens, including C. gueldenstaedtii (Pallas, 1811) of the western Caucasus and C. mimula Miller, 1901 of Western Europe, but in the absence of conclusive resolution of their distributions, these changes are not carried out here yet. Much more work is needed to conclusively define species within this group, which also contains C. caspica, C. gmelini and C. sibirica.
Original description: Hutterer, R. (1986). "Diagnosen neuer Spitzmäuse aus Tanzania (Mammalia: Soricidae)" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 37 (1): 23–33. 
Original description: Hutterer, R. (1986). "Diagnosen neuer Spitzmäuse aus Tanzania (Mammalia: Soricidae)" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 37 (1): 23–33. 
Original description: Heim De Balsac, H. (1968). "Recherches Sur La Faune Dessoricidaede L'ouest Africain (Du Ghana Au Senegal)". Mammalia. 32 (3): 379–002. doi:10.1515/mamm.1968.32.3.379. 
Original description: Dollman, G. (1910). "XXV.—On a collection of mammals made by Mr. S. A. Neave, during his expedition in Northern Rhodesia". Journal of Natural History Series 8. 5 (26): 173–181. doi:10.1080/00222931008692748. 
Original description: Osgood, W.H. (1910). "Diagnoses of new East African mammals, including a new genus of Muridae". Publications of the Field Museum of Natural History, Zoological Series. 10: 5–13. 
Original description: Osgood, W.H. (1910). "Diagnoses of new East African mammals, including a new genus of Muridae". Publications of the Field Museum of Natural History, Zoological Series. 10: 5–13. 
Original description: Hutterer, R.; Jenkins, P.D. (1980). "A new species of Crocidura from Nigeria" (PDF). Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Zoology Series. 39 (5): 305–310. 
Original description: Jenkins, P.D.; Abramov, A.V.; Rozhnov, V.V.; Makarova, O.V. (2007). "Description of two new species of white-toothed shrews belonging to the genus Crocidura (Soricomorphia: Soricidae) from Ngoc Linh Mountain, Vietnam" (PDF). Zootaxa. 1589: 57–68. 
Comments: A new species.
Diplomesodon Brandt, 1852
Species: 2
Original description: Cheke, A. (2011). "Sonnerat's shrew – evidence for a new and possibly extinct species in an early 19th century manuscript (Mammalia: Soricidae)" (PDF). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society. 108 (2): 95–97. 
Comments: A new species, based on a 19th-century record.
Feroculus Kelaart, 1852
Species: 1
Paracrocidura Heim de Balsac, 1956
Species: 3
Original description: Hutterer, R. (1986). "Synopsis der Gattung Paracrocidura (Mammalia: Soricidae), mit Beschreibung einer neuen Art" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 37 (2): 73–90. 
Ruwenzorisorex Hutterer, 1986
Species: 1
Scutisorex Thomas, 1913
Species: 1
Solisorex Thomas, 1924
Species: 1
Suncus Ehrenberg, 1832
Species: 14
Original description: Kerbis Peterhans, J.C.; Hutterer, R. (2009). "The description of a new species of Suncus (Soricidae, Mammalia) from Central Africa". Bonner zoologische Monographien. 55: 141–150. 
Comments: A new species.
Comments: Does not include S. niger (Meegaskumbura et al., 2008)[5] and therefore now endemic to Sri Lanka.
Comments: Split from S. montanus (Meegaskumbura et al., 2008)[5].
Sylvisorex Thomas, 1904
Comments: Includes the African Suncus species S. aequatoris, S. infinitesimus, S. lixus, S. megalura, S. remyi and S. varilla (Dubey et al., 2008)[6].
Species: 21
Comments: Transferred from Suncus (Dubey et al., 2008)[6].
Original description: Mukinzi, Itoka; Hutterer, Rainer; Barriere, Patrick (2009). "A new species of Sylvisorex (Mammalia: Soricidae) from lowland forests north of Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo". Mammalia. 73 (2): 130–134. doi:10.1515/MAMM.2009.031. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Heim de Balsac, H. (1968). "Contribution à l'étude des Soricidae de Fernando Po et du Cameroun" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 19 (1–2): 15–42. 
Original description: Hutterer, R.; Montermann, C. (2009). "A large new species of Sylvisorex (Mammalia: Soricidae) from Nigeria and the first record of Sylvisorex ollula from the country". Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 56 (3): 201–208. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Jenkins, P.D. (1984). "Description of a new species of Sylvisorex (Insectivora: Soricidae) from Tanzania" (PDF). Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Zoology Series. 47 (1): 65–76. 
Comments: Transferred from Suncus (Dubey et al., 2008)[6].
Original description: Heim de Balsac, H. (1968). "Contribution à l'étude des Soricidae de Fernando Po et du Cameroun" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 19 (1–2): 15–42. 
Original description: Ray, J.C.; Hutterer, R. (1995). "Structure of a shrew community in the Central African Republic based on the analysis of carnivore scats, with the description of a new Sylvisorex (Mammalia: Soricidae)". Ecotropica. 1: 85–97. 
Comments: Transferred from Suncus (Dubey et al., 2008)[6].
Comments: Transferred from Suncus (Dubey et al., 2008)[6].
Comments: Transferred from Suncus (Dubey et al., 2008)[6].
Original description: Hutterer, R.; Riegert, J.; Sedláček (2009). "A tiny new species of Sylvisorex (Mammalia: Soricidae) from the Bamenda Highlands, Cameroon" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 56 (3): 151–157. 
Comments: A new species.
Comments: Transferred from Suncus (Dubey et al., 2008)[6].

Subfamily Myosoricinae Kretzoi, 1965[edit]

Genera: 3
Species: 23
Congosorex Heim de Balsac & Lamotte, 1956
Original description: Heim De Balsac, H.; Lamotte, M. (1956). "Evolution et Phylogénie Des Soricidés Africains". Mammalia. 20 (2): 140. doi:10.1515/mamm.1956.20.2.140. 
Species: 3
Original description: Stanley, W.T.; Rogers, M.A.; Hutterer, R. (2005). "A new species of Congosorex from the Eastern Arc Mountains, Tanzania, with significant biogeographical implications". Journal of Zoology. 265 (3): 269–280. doi:10.1017/S0952836904006314. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Heim De Balsac, H.; Lamotte, M. (1956). "Evolution et Phylogénie Des Soricidés Africains". Mammalia. 20 (2): 140. doi:10.1515/mamm.1956.20.2.140. 
Myosorex Gray, 1838
Species: 17
Original description: Heim De Balsac, H.; Lamotte, M. (1956). "Evolution et Phylogénie Des Soricidés Africains". Mammalia. 20 (2): 140. doi:10.1515/mamm.1956.20.2.140. 
Original description: Peterhans, J. C. K.; Hutterer, R.; Mwanga, J.; Ndara, B.; Davenport, L.; Karhagomba, I. B.; Udelhoven, J. (2010). "African Shrews Endemic to the Albertine Rift: Two New Species of Myosorex (Mammalia: Soricidae) from Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo". Journal of East African Natural History. 99 (2): 103–128. doi:10.2982/028.099.0201. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Heim de Balsac, H. (1968). "Contribution à l'étude des Soricidae de Fernando Po et du Cameroun" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 19 (1–2): 15–42. 
Original description: Kerbis Peterhans, J.C.; Hutterer, R.; Kaliba, P.; Mazibuko, L. (2008). "First record of Myosorex (Mammalia: Soricidae) from Malawi with description as a new species, Myosorex gnoskei". Journal of East African Natural History. 97 (1): 19–32. doi:10.2982/0012-8317(2008)97[19:FROMMS]2.0.CO;2. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Peterhans, J. C. K.; Hutterer, R.; Mwanga, J.; Ndara, B.; Davenport, L.; Karhagomba, I. B.; Udelhoven, J. (2010). "African Shrews Endemic to the Albertine Rift: Two New Species of Myosorex (Mammalia: Soricidae) from Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo". Journal of East African Natural History. 99 (2): 103–128. doi:10.2982/028.099.0201. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Stanley, W.T.; Hutterer, R. (2000). "A new species of Myosorex Gray, 1832 (Mammalia: Soricidae) from the Eastern Arc mountains, Tanzania" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 49 (1–4): 19–29. 
Original description: Heim de Balsac, H. (1968). "Contribution à l'étude des Soricidae de Fernando Po et du Cameroun" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 19 (1–2): 15–42. 
Original description: Heim de Balsac, H. (1968). "Contribution à l'étude des Soricidae de Fernando Po et du Cameroun" (PDF). Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 19 (1–2): 15–42. 
Original description: Heim De Balsac, H.; Lamotte, M. (1956). "Evolution et Phylogénie Des Soricidés Africains". Mammalia. 20 (2): 140. doi:10.1515/mamm.1956.20.2.140. 
Surdisorex Thomas, 1906
Species: 3
Original description: Kerbis Peterhans, J.; Stanley, W.T.; Hutterer, R.; Demos, T.C.; Agwanda, B. (2009). "A new species of Surdisorex Thomas, 1906 (Mammalia, Soricidae) from western Kenya". Bonner zoologische Beiträge. 56 (3): 175–183. 
Comments: A new species.

Subfamily Soricinae G. Fischer, 1814[edit]

Genera: 14
Species: 161

Tribe Anourosoricini Anderson, 1879[edit]

Genera: 1
Species: 4
Anourosorex Milne-Edwards, 1872
Species: 4
Original description: Petter, F. (1963). "Un nouvel insectivore du Nord de l'Assam : Anourosorex squamipes schmidi nov. sbsp\.". Mammalia. 27 (3): 444–445. 
Original description: Kuroda, Nagamichi (1935). "Formosan Mammals Preserved in the Collection of Marquis Yamashina". Journal of Mammalogy. American Society of Mammalogists. 16 (4): 277–291. ISSN 0022-2372. JSTOR 1374636. doi:10.2307/1374636. 

Tribe Blarinellini Reumer, 1998[edit]

Genera: 1
Species: 3
Blarinella Thomas, 1911
Species: 3

Tribe Blarinini Kretzoi, 1965[edit]

Genera: 2
Species: 39
Blarina Gray, 1838
Species: 4
Comments: Published in 1822, not 1823 (Woodman, 2010)[7].
Comments: Includes B. peninsulae (Benedict et al., 2006)[8].
Comments: Split from B. carolinensis (Benedict et al., 2006)[8].
Cryptotis Pomel, 1848
Comments: Gender fixed as masculine (ICZN, 2006)[9]. Accordingly, I have corrected the spellings of C. colombianus, C. magnus, Cryptotis medellinius, Cryptotis merus, Cryptotis mexicanus, Cryptotis montivagus, Cryptotis obscurus, Cryptotis orophilus, Cryptotis parvus, and Cryptotis peregrinus.
Species: 35
Original description: Quiroga-Carmona, M.; Molinari, J. (2012). "Description of a new shrew of the genus Cryptotis (Mammalia: Soricomorpha: Soricidae) from the Sierra de Aroa, an isolated mountain range in northwestern Venezuela, with remarks on biogeography and conservation". Zootaxa. 3441: 1–20. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Woodman, N. (2003). "A new small-eared shrew of the Cryptotis nigrescens-group from Colombia (Mammalia: Soricomorpha: Soricidae)" (PDF). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 116 (4): 853–872. 
Original description: Woodman, N.; Timm, R.M. (1993). "Intraspecific and interspecific variation in the Cryptotis nigrescens species complex of small-eared shrews (Insectivora: Soricidae), with the description of a new species from Colombia". Fieldiana Zoology. 74: 1–30. 
Original description: Woodman, Neal (2010). "Two new species of shrews (Soricidae) from the western highlands of Guatemala". Journal of Mammalogy. 91 (3): 566–579. doi:10.1644/09-MAMM-A-346.1. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Woodman, N.; Timm, R.M. (1999). "Geographic variation and evolutionary relationships among broad-clawed shrews of the Cryptotis goldmani-group (Mammalia: Insectivora: Soricidae)". Fieldiana Zoology. 91: 1–35. 
Comments: Split from C. goodwini and spelling corrected to magnimanus (Woodman, 2011)[10].
Original description: Woodman, Neal (2010). "Two new species of shrews (Soricidae) from the western highlands of Guatemala". Journal of Mammalogy. 91 (3): 566–579. doi:10.1644/09-MAMM-A-346.1. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Merriam, C.H. (1901). "Seven new mammals from Mexico, including a new genus of rodents". Proceedings of the Washington Academy of Sciences. 3: 559–563. 
Original description: Anthony, H. E. (1921). "Preliminary report on Ecuadorean mammals". American Museum novitates. 20 (1). hdl:2246/4636. 
Original description: Woodman, N. (2011). "Patterns of morphological variation amongst semifossorial shrews in the highlands of Guatemala, with the description of a new species (Mammalia, Soricomorpha, Soricidae)". Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 163 (4): 1267. doi:10.1111/j.1096-3642.2011.00754.x. hdl:10088/17639. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Vivar, Elena.; Pacheco Torres, Víctor R.; Valqui, Michael H. (1997). "A new species of Cryptotis (Insectivora, Soricidae) from northern Peru". American Museum novitates (3202). hdl:2246/3606. 
Original description: Allen, J. A.; Richardson, William B.; Miller, Leo E.; Chapman, Frank M. (1912). "Mammals from western Colombia". Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. 31 (7). hdl:2246/1827. 
Original description: Woodman, N. (2002). "A new species of small-eared shrew from Colombia and Venezuela (Mammalia: Soricomorpha: Soricidae: Genus Cryptotis)" (PDF). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 115 (2): 249–272. 

Tribe Nectogalini Anderson, 1879[edit]

Genera: 7
Species: 30
Chimarrogale Anderson, 1877
Species: 6
Chodsigoa Kastschenko, 1907
Species: 8
Original description: Lunde, D. P.; Musser, G. G.; Son, N. T. (2003). "A survey of small mammals from Mt. Tay Con Linh II, Vietnam, with the description of a new species of Chodsigoa (Insectivora: Soricidae)". Mammal Study. 28 (1): 31. doi:10.3106/mammalstudy.28.31. 
Episoriculus Ellerman & Morrison-Scott, 1966
Original description: Ellerman, J.R.; Morrison-Scott, T.C.S. (1966). Checklist of Palaearctic and Indian mammals, 1758 to 1946. Second edition. London: Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History). p. 810. 
Species: 8
Comments: Split from E. leucops (Motokawa & Lim, 2005)[11].
Comments: Split from E. caudatus (Motokawa et al., 2009)[12].
Comments: Split from E. caudatus (Motokawa et al., 2009)[12].
Comments: Split from E. caudatus (Motokawa et al., 2009)[12].
Nectogale Milne-Edwards, 1870
Species: 1
Neomys Kaup, 1829
Species: 3
Nesiotites Bate, 1945
Species: 3
Comments: An extinct species not included in MSW 3. See Turvey (2009)[2].
Soriculus Blyth, 1854
Species: 1

Tribe Notiosoricini Reumer, 1984[edit]

Genera: 2
Species: 7
Megasorex Hibbard, 1950
Original description: Hibbard, C.W. (1950). "Mammals of the Rexroad Formation from Fox Canyon, Kansas". Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan. 8 (6): 113–192. 
Species: 1
Notiosorex Coues, 1877
Species: 6
Original description: Baker, R.J.; O'Neill, M.B.; McAliley, L.R. (2003). "A new species of desert shrew, Notiosorex, based on nuclear and mitochondrial sequence data". Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University. 222: 1–12. 
Original description: Carraway, L. N. (2010). "Fossil History ofNotiosorex(Soricomorpha: Soricidae) Shrews with Descriptions of New Fossil Species". Western North American Naturalist. 70 (2): 144–163. doi:10.3398/064.070.0202. 
Comments: A new, extinct species.
Original description: Carraway, L. N. (2010). "Fossil History ofNotiosorex(Soricomorpha: Soricidae) Shrews with Descriptions of New Fossil Species". Western North American Naturalist. 70 (2): 144–163. doi:10.3398/064.070.0202. 
Comments: A new, extinct species.
Original description: Carraway, L.N.; Timm, R.M. (2000). "Revision of the extant taxa of the genus Notiosorex (Mammalia: Insectivora: Soricidae)". Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 113 (1): 302–318. 

Tribe Soricini G. Fischer, 1814[edit]

Genera: 1
Species: 78
Sorex Linnaeus, 1758
Original description: Linnaeus, C. (1758). "Classis I. Mammalia". Systema naturae per regna tria naturae. pp. 14–77. 
Species: 78
Original description: Linnaeus, C. (1758). "Classis I. Mammalia". Systema naturae per regna tria naturae. pp. 14–77. 
Original description: Diersing, Victor E.; Hoffmeister, Donald F. (1977). "Revision of the Shrews Sorex merriami and a Description of a New Species of the Subgenus Sorex". Journal of Mammalogy. American Society of Mammalogists. 58 (3): 321–333. ISSN 0022-2372. JSTOR 1379331. doi:10.2307/1379331. 
Comments: Includes S. gaspensis (Rhymer et al., 2004)[13].
Original description: Carraway, L. N. (2007). "Shrews (Eulypotyphla: Soricidae) of Mexico". Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist. 3: 1–91. doi:10.3398/1545-0228-3.1.1. 
Comments: A new species.
Original description: Carraway, L. N. (2007). "Shrews (Eulypotyphla: Soricidae) of Mexico". Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist. 3: 1–91. doi:10.3398/1545-0228-3.1.1. 
Comments: A new species.
Comments: Includes S. yukonicus (Hope et al., 2010)[14].
Original description: Rausch, R.; Feagin, J.; Rausch, V. (2007). "Sorex rohweri sp. nov. (Mammalia, Soricidae) from northwestern North America". Mammalian Biology. 72 (2): 93–105. doi:10.1016/j.mambio.2006.10.007. 
Comments: A new species.

Family Talpidae G. Fischer, 1814[edit]

Genera: 17
Species: 41

Subfamily Scalopinae Gill, 1875[edit]

Genera: 5
Species: 7

Tribe Condylurini Gill, 1875[edit]

Genera: 1
Species: 1
Condylura Illiger, 1811
Species: 1
Original description: Linnaeus, C. (1758). "Classis I. Mammalia". Systema naturae per regna tria naturae. pp. 14–77. 

Tribe Scalopini Gill, 1875[edit]

Genera: 4
Species: 6
Parascalops True, 1894
Species: 1
Scalopus E. Geoffroy, 1803
Species: 1
Original description: Linnaeus, C. (1758). "Classis I. Mammalia". Systema naturae per regna tria naturae. pp. 14–77. 
Scapanulus Thomas, 1912
Species: 1
Scapanus Pomel, 1848
Species: 3

Subfamily Talpinae G. Fischer, 1814[edit]

Genera: 11
Species: 30

Tribe Desmanini Thomas, 1912[edit]

Genera: 2
Species: 2
Desmana Güldenstaedt, 1777
Species: 1
Original description: Linnaeus, C. (1758). "Classis I. Mammalia". Systema naturae per regna tria naturae. pp. 14–77. 
Galemys Kaup, 1829
Species: 1

Tribe Neurotrichini Hutterer, 2005[edit]

Original description: Hutterer, R. (2005). "Order Soricomorpha". In Wilson, D.E.; Reeder, D.M. Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference (3rd ed.). Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press. pp. 220–311. ISBN 978-0-8018-8221-0. 
Genera: 1
Species: 1
Neurotrichus Günther, 1880
Species: 1

Tribe Scaptonychini Van Valen, 1967[edit]

Original description: Van Valen, Leigh M. (1967). "New Paleocene insectivores and insectivore classification". Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. 135 (5). hdl:2246/358. 
Genera: 1
Species: 1
Scaptonyx Milne-Edwards, 1872
Species: 1

Tribe Talpini G. Fischer, 1814[edit]

Genera: 5
Species: 24
Euroscaptor Miller, 1940
Species: 7
Original description: Kawada, S. I.; Son, N. T.; Ngoc Can, D. (2012). "A new species of mole of the genus Euroscaptor (Soricomorpha, Talpidae) from northern Vietnam". Journal of Mammalogy. 93 (3): 839. doi:10.1644/11-MAMM-A-296.1. 
Comments: A new species.
Mogera Pomel, 1848
Species: 6
Original description: Kawada, Shin-Ichiro; Shinohara, Akio; Kobayashi, Shuji; Harada, Masashi; Oda, Sen-Ichi; Lin, Liang-Kong (2007). "Revision of the mole genus Mogera (Mammalia: Lipotyphla: Talpidae) from Taiwan". Systematics and Biodiversity. 5 (2): 223. doi:10.1017/S1477200006002271. 
Comments: A new species.
Parascaptor Gill, 1875
Species: 1
Scaptochirus Milne-Edwards, 1867
Species: 1
Talpa Linnaeus, 1758
Original description: Linnaeus, C. (1758). "Classis I. Mammalia". Systema naturae per regna tria naturae. pp. 14–77. 
Species: 9
Original description: Linnaeus, C. (1758). "Classis I. Mammalia". Systema naturae per regna tria naturae. pp. 14–77. 

Tribe Urotrichini Dobson, 1883[edit]

Genera: 2
Species: 2
Dymecodon True, 1886
Species: 1
Urotrichus Temminck, 1841
Species: 1

Subfamily Uropsilinae Dobson, 1883[edit]

Genera: 1
Species: 4
Uropsilus Milne-Edwards, 1871
Species: 4

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