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Subfamília AmphictinaeEditar

  • Amphictis
    • Amphictis ambiguus (Gervais, 1872) - Fosforitos de Quercy, Pech du Fraysse
    • Amphictis borbonicus Viret, 1929 - Coderet
    • Amphictis antiquus Pomel, 1853 - Langy
    • Amphictis wintershofensis Roth, 1994 - Wintershof-West
  • Viretius
    • Viretius goeriachensis (Toula, 1884) - Mioceno Médio, Faluns de l’Anjou, Sansan e Göriach, La Grive

Subfamília Simocyoninae Dawkins, 1868 †Editar

  • Simocyon
    • Simocyon diaphorus (Kaup, 1833) - Eppelsheim
    • Simocyon hungaricus Kretzoi, 1927 - Csakvar, Hungria
    • Simocyon primigenius (Roth e Wagner, 1854) - Pikermi, Grécia; Kalimanci, Bulgária, Concud, Espanha Espagne

Subfamília Ailurinae Gray, 1843Editar

  • Pristinailurus Wallace e Wang, 2004 †
    • Pristinailurus bristoli Wallace e Wang, 2004 - Mioceno Superior/Plioceno Inferior, Gray Fossil Site, Tennessee, EUA
  • Parailurus
    • Parailurus anglicus (Boyd Dawkins, 1888) - Plistoceno, Europa e América do Norte.
  • Magerictis
    • Magerictis imperialensis Ginsburg et al., 1997 - Madri, Espanha
  • Ailurus


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