Reptiliomorpha Säve-Söderbergh, 1934
Dipodomys insularis Merriam, 1907 - San Jose kangaroo-rat
Superorder Glires Linnaeus, 1758
Superkingdom Holozoa Lang, O'Kelly, Nerad, Gray & Burger, 2002
73), US ESA: Petition to remove from list not warranted according to 12-month petition finding because of the expected persistence of threats, as published in Federal Register Volume 75, Number 160, Pages 51204 - 51223, August 19, 2010, US ESA: Listed Endangered, as published in Federal Register Volume 53, Number 190, Pages 38465 - 38470, September 30, 1988. Tribe Dipodomyini Gervais, 1853
Kangaroo rats are adapted for survival in an arid environment.
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yes, list common name (scientific name); and range Stephens' Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys steplzensi); California Information in the Petition Factor A 1 . cl. Tetrapoda Goodrich, 1930
1 & 2, With contributions by Bernadette N. Graham, Adam P. Potter, and Mariana M. Upmeyer, The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals, Status: U.S. ESA - Endangered; IUCN - Lower Risk (conservation dependent); California Dept. Ord's Kangaroo Rat. "neomura" Cavalier-Smith 1987
Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS).
Opisthokonta Cavalier-Smith 1987
Subfamily Heteromyinae (Gray, 1868) Alston, 1876 - pocket mice, kangaroo rats, and kangaroo mice
Not Started: Other: U.S.
Dipodomys merriami Mearns, 1890 - Merriam's kangaroo-rat
Natura - nature
They hop in a manner similar to the much larger kangaroo, but developed this mode of locomotion independently, like several other clades of rodents (e.g. Kangaroo rats, small mostly nocturnal rodents of genus Dipodomys, are native to arid areas of western North America. Amorphea Adl et al. Eucynodontia Kemp, 1982
Domain Eukaryota Chatton, 1925 - eukaryotes
Dipodomys compactus True, 1889 - Gulf Coast kangaroo-rat Dipodomys deserti Stephens, 1887 - desert kangaroo-rat Dipodomys elator Merriam, 1894 - Texas kangaroo-rat Dipodomys elephantinus (Grinnell, 1919) - big-eared kangaroo-rat Dipodomys gravipes Huey, 1925 - San Quintin kangaroo-rat Dipodomys heermanni LeConte, 1853 - Heermann's kangaroo-rat Go
neozoa Cavalier-Smith 1993
Dipodomys stephensi (Merriam, 1907) - Stephens' kangaroo-rat
neokaryotes Cavalier-Smith 1993 - mitochondrial eukaryotes
Sarcopterygii Romer, 1955
Mammaliamorpha Rowe 1988 [nom. Subkingdom Bilateria Hatschek, 1888 - bilaterians
actualia - actual entities
Superfamily Geomyoidea (Bonaparte, 1845) Weber, 1904
Reviewed by Bleich (1977, Mammalian Species No.
cl. Subphylum Vertebrata Cuvier, 1812 - vertebrates
Binomial name Dipodomys stephensi ( Merriam , 1907) Stephens' Kangaroo Rat ( Dipodomys stephensi ) is a species of rodent in the Heteromyidae family.It is endemic to the southern California region of the United States , primarily in western Riverside County  .Its natural habitat is temperate grassland .It is threatened by habitat loss . No.
McKenna & S.K.
Under the Endangered Species Act, both the SKR and its habitat are protected from any type of disturbance resulting in harming the species. Mundus Plinius - physical world
Dipodomys nelsoni Merriam, 1907 - Nelson's kangaroo-rat
Grade Teleostomi Bonaparte, 1836
Cladotheria McKenna, 1975
Dipodomys gravipes Huey, 1925 - San Quintin kangaroo-rat
Dipodomys margaritae Merriam, 1907 - Santa Margarita kangaroo-rat
naturalia - natural bodies
Kangaroo rats are small, seed-eating rodents of the genus Dipodomys.
Title Stephens' Kangaroo Rat Range - CWHR M108 [ds1895] Publication date 2016-02-0100:00:00 Presentation ... a SHAPE_NAME or CWHR ID code, species scientific and common name, and a season code. In common use the term is used to describe the largest species from this family, the red kangaroo, as well as the antilopine kangaroo, eastern grey kangaroo, and western grey kangaroo. Dipodomys microps (Merriam, 1904) - chisel-toothed kangaroo-rat
to Advanced Search and Report, Dipodomys stephensi (Merriam, 1907) – Stephens' kangaroo rat, Stephens's Kangaroo Rat, Curator of North American mammals and Chief of Mammal Section, National Biological Service, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC, USA, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720, Checklist of Vertebrates of the United States, the U.S. Nephrozoa Jondelius, Ruiz-Trillo, Baguñà & Riutort 2002 [nom. Mirorder Simplicidentata Weber, 1904