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Table 1 Taxonomic structure of Rhinopomatidae: a tabular survey

From: Molecules, morphometrics and new fossils provide an integrated view of the evolutionary history of Rhinopomatidae (Mammalia: Chiroptera)

Molecular phylogroups Range Taxonomy
this paper   traditional after Simmons 2005 proposed this paper
I Iran R. hardwickii hardwickii
Gray, 1831
R. hardwickii ssp. n.
* India (T: Bengal) to Thailand R. hardwickii hardwickii
Gray, 1831
R. hardwickii hardwickii
Gray, 1831
* Sunda Archipelago R. hardwickii sondaicum van
Cakenberghe & de Vree, 1994
*
* Sub-Saharan Africa R. hardwickii arabium
Thomas, 1913
*
IIa Levant R. hardwickii arabium
Thomas, 1913
R. cystops arabium
Thomas, 1913
IIb W Yemen (T) R. hardwickii arabium
Thomas, 1913
R. cystops arabium
Thomas, 1913
IIb Socotra R. hardwickii arabium
Thomas, 1913
R. cystops arabium
Thomas, 1913
IIc Upper Egypt (T) R. hardwickii cystops
Thomas, 1903
R. cystops cystops
Thomas, 1903
IId NE Libya * R. cystops cystops
Thomas, 1903
III SW Yemen R. muscatellum
Thomas, 1903
R. sp. n.
(aff. muscatellum)
IV SW Iran (Oman T) R. m. muscatellum
Thomas, 1903
R. m. muscatellum
Thomas, 1903
* Pakistan, SW India R. m. muscatellum
Thomas, 1903
*
* Lower Egypt (T) R. microphyllum microphyllum
(Brünnich, 1782)
R. m. microphyllum
(Brünnich, 1782)
V Levant R. m. microphyllum
(Brünnich, 1782)
R. m. microphyllum
(Brünnich, 1782)
* SW Saudi Arabia (T) R. m. asirensis
Nader & Kock, 1982
*
V India R. microphyllum kinneari
Wroughton, 1912
R. m. microphyllum
(Brünnich, 1782)
* Thailand, N-Sumatra R. microphyllum sumatrae
Thomas, 1903
*
* Morocco to sub-Saharan Africa R. microphyllum
(Bruennich, 1782)
*
* Kenya (T) to Eritrea R. macinnesi
Hayman, 1937
R. macinnesi
Hayman, 1937
+ Elaiochoria, Greece, MN10-13 * Rhinopoma
sp. n. (aff. hardwickii)
  1. The molecular phylogroups covered by this paper are denoted by Roman numerals (I to V), those not covered but referred to populations of expected taxonomical significance are denoted with an asterisk (*) similarly as absence of a taxonomic opinion. (T) refers to a 'topotype' population, + to a fossil taxon.