Hedgehog - Genera and Species

Genera and Species

Subfamily Erinaceinae (Hedgehogs)

  • Genus Atelerix
    • Four-toed hedgehog, Atelerix albiventris
    • North African hedgehog, Atelerix algirus
    • Southern African hedgehog, Atelerix frontalis
    • Somali hedgehog, Atelerix sclateri
  • Genus Erinaceus
    • Amur hedgehog, Erinaceus amurensis
    • Southern white-breasted hedgehog, Erinaceus concolor
    • European hedgehog, Erinaceus europaeus
    • Northern white-breasted hedgehog, Erinaceus roumanicus
  • Genus Hemiechinus
    • Long-eared hedgehog, Hemiechinus auritus
    • Indian long-eared hedgehog, Hemiechinus collaris
  • Genus Mesechinus
    • Daurian hedgehog, Mesechinus dauuricus
    • Hugh's hedgehog, Mesechinus hughi
  • Genus Paraechinus
    • Desert hedgehog, Paraechinus aethiopicus
    • Brandt's hedgehog, Paraechinus hypomelas
    • Indian hedgehog, Paraechinus micropus
    • Bare-bellied hedgehog, Paraechinus nudiventris

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