Lemurs

From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository
Jump to: navigation, search
DomainEukaryota • RegnumAnimalia • PhylumChordata • SubphylumVertebrata • InfraphylumGnathostomata • SuperclassisTetrapoda • ClassisMammalia • SubclassisTheria • InfraclassisEutheria • OrdoPrimates • SubordoStrepsirrhini • InfraordoLemuriformes Gray, 1821

Lemuriformes (Malagasy Lemurs) and Chiromyiformes (Aye-ayes) are endemic to Madagascar, an island off the Southeastern coast of Africa.

Cheirogaleidae: Dwarf Lemurs[edit]

Microcebus: Mouse Lemurs

Phaner: Fork-crowned Lemurs

Lemuridae: (True) Lemurs[edit]

Lemur: Ring-tailed Lemurs

 Vernacular names [edit wikidata] Associated Wikidata
  • EnglishLemur
  • български: Лемури
  • dansk: Lemur
  • Deutsch: Lemur
  • español: Lemur
  • français: Lemur, Maki a Queue Annelée
  • italiano: Lemur
  • Latina: Lemur
  • Ligure: Lemur
  • norsk bokmål: Lemur
  • Nederlands: Lemur (geslacht)
  • norsk nynorsk: Lemur
  • русский: Lemur
  • svenska: Lemur

Eulemur: Brown Lemurs

Hapalemur: Bamboo Lemurs

Varecia: Ruffed Lemurs

Lepilemuridae: Sportive Lemurs[edit]

Lepilemur: Sportive Lemurs

Indridae: Woolly Lemurs[edit]

Indri: Indris

Avahi: Avahis

Propithecus: Sifakas

Daubentoniidae: Aye-ayes[edit]

Daubentonia: Aye-ayes

Unsorted images[edit]