Sorex mirabilis Ognev, 1937,

Jo, Yeong-Seok, Baccus, John T. & Koprowski, John L., 2018, Mammals of Korea: a review of their taxonomy, distribution and conservation status, Zootaxa 4522 (1), pp. 1-216: 23

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4522.1.1

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4571105

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scientific name

Sorex mirabilis Ognev, 1937
status

 

Sorex mirabilis Ognev, 1937  —Ussuri Shrew

Sorex mirabilis Ognev, 1937 p.268  ; Type locality-Kiskinka River, Russia; Corbet, 1978 p.23; Han, 1994 p.45; Won & Smith, 1999 p.10; Han, 2004a p.34.

S. mirabilis kutscheruki Stroganov, 1956 p.6  ; Jones & Johnson, 1960 p.560; Won, 1968 p.52; Corbet, 1978 p.23; Yoon, 1992 p.21.

Range: Most records of S. mirabilis  originated from northern Korea ( Won 1968). The distribution of the Ussuri shrew ranges through higher mountains of Korea ( Han 2004a; Fig. 10View FIGURE 10).

Remarks: The populations in Korea were classified as Sorex mirabilis kutscheruki Stroganov, 1956  ( Jones & Johnson 1960; Won 1968).

Conservation status: The Red Data Book of North Korea lists S. mirabilis  as ‘Rare’.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Mammalia

Order

Soricomorpha

Family

Soricidae

Genus

Sorex

Loc

Sorex mirabilis Ognev, 1937

Jo, Yeong-Seok, Baccus, John T. & Koprowski, John L. 2018
2018
Loc

S. mirabilis kutscheruki

Yoon 1992:
Corbet 1978:
Won 1968:
Jones & Johnson 1960:
Stroganov 1956:
1956
Loc

Sorex mirabilis

Han 2004:
Won & Smith 1999:
Han 1994:
Corbet 1978:
Ognev 1937:
1937