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    حشره‌خور شوش


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    (Wikipedia) - Iranian shrew   (Redirected from Iranian Shrew) Iranian shrew Conservation status Scientific classification Binomial name
    Endangered (IUCN 2.3)
    Kingdom: Animalia
    Phylum: Chordata
    Class: Mammalia
    Order: Soricomorpha
    Family: Soricidae
    Genus: Crocidura
    Species: C. susiana
    Crocidura susiana Redding & Lay, 1978
    Iranian shrew range

    The Iranian shrew (Crocidura susiana) is a species of mammal in the Soricidae family. It is endemic to Iran. It is threatened by habitat loss.

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    Extant species of order Soricomorpha
    • Kingdom: Animalia
    • Phylum: Chordata
    • Class: Mammalia
    • Infraclass: Eutheria
    • Superorder: Laurasiatheria
     
    • Family: Soricidae
    • subfamily: Crocidurinae
    Crocidura (White-toothed shrews)
    • Cyrenaica shrew (C. aleksandrisi)
    • East African highland shrew (C. allex)
    • Andaman shrew (C. andamanensis)
    • C. annamitensis
    • Ansell''s shrew (C. ansellorum)
    • Arabian shrew (C. arabica)
    • Jackass shrew (C. arispa)
    • Armenian shrew (C. armenica)
    • Asian gray shrew (C. attenuata)
    • Hun shrew (C. attila)
    • Bailey''s shrew (C. baileyi)
    • Kinabalu shrew (C. baluensis)
    • Batak shrew (C. batakorum)
    • Bates''s shrew (C. batesi)
    • Mindanao shrew (C. beatus)
    • Beccari''s shrew (C. beccarii)
    • Bottego''s shrew (C. bottegi)
    • Bale shrew (C. bottegoides)
    • Thick-tailed shrew (C. brunnea)
    • Buettikofer''s shrew (C. buettikoferi)
    • African dusky shrew (C. caliginea)
    • Canarian shrew (C. canariensis)
    • Caspian shrew (C. caspica)
    • Cinderella shrew (C. cinderella)
    • Congo white-toothed shrew (C. congobelgica)
    • C. cranbrooki
    • Long-footed shrew (C. crenata)
    • Crosse''s shrew (C. crossei)
    • Reddish-gray musk shrew (C. cyanea)
    • Dent''s shrew (C. denti)
    • Desperate shrew (C. desperata)
    • Dhofar shrew (C. dhofarensis)
    • Long-tailed musk shrew (C. dolichura)
    • Doucet''s musk shrew (C. douceti)
    • Dsinezumi shrew (C. dsinezumi)
    • Eisentraut''s shrew (C. eisentrauti)
    • Elgon shrew (C. elgonius)
    • Elongated shrew (C. elongata)
    • Heather shrew (C. erica)
    • Fischer''s shrew (C. fischeri)
    • Greater red musk shrew (C. flavescens)
    • Flower''s shrew (C. floweri)
    • Bornean shrew (C. foetida)
    • Fox''s shrew (C. foxi)
    • Southeast Asian shrew (C. fuliginosa)
    • Savanna shrew (C. fulvastra)
    • Smoky white-toothed shrew (C. fumosa)
    • Bicolored musk shrew (C. fuscomurina)
    • Glass''s shrew (C. glassi)
    • Gmelin''s white-toothed shrew (C. gmelini)
    • Goliath shrew (C. goliath)
    • Peters''s musk shrew (C. gracilipes)
    • Large-headed shrew (C. grandiceps)
    • Greater Mindanao shrew (C. grandis)
    • Grasse''s shrew (C. grassei)
    • Luzon shrew (C. grayi)
    • Greenwood''s shrew (C. greenwoodi)
    • C. guy
    • Harenna shrew (C. harenna)
    • C. hikmiya
    • Hildegarde''s shrew (C. hildegardeae)
    • Hill''s shrew (C. hilliana)
    • Lesser red musk shrew (C. hirta)
    • Andaman spiny shrew (C. hispida)
    • Horsfield''s shrew (C. horsfieldii)
    • Hutan shrew (C. hutanis)
    • North African white-toothed shrew (C. ichnusae)
    • Indochinese shrew (C. indochinensis)
    • Jackson''s shrew (C. jacksoni)
    • Jenkins'' shrew (C. jenkinsi)
    • Jouvenet''s shrew (C. jouvenetae)
    • Katinka''s shrew (C. katinka)
    • Ke Go shrew (C. kegoensis)
    • Kivu shrew (C. kivuana)
    • Lamotte''s shrew (C. lamottei)
    • Kivu long-haired shrew (C. lanosa)
    • Ussuri white-toothed shrew (C. lasiura)
    • Latona''s shrew (C. latona)
    • Sulawesi shrew (C. lea)
    • Sumatran giant shrew (C. lepidura)
    • Bicolored shrew (C. leucodon)
    • Sulawesi tiny shrew (C. levicula)
    • Butiaba naked-tailed shrew (C. littoralis)
    • Savanna swamp shrew (C. longipes)
    • Lucina''s shrew (C. lucina)
    • Ludia''s shrew (C. ludia)
    • Moonshine shrew (C. luna)
    • Mauritanian shrew (C. lusitania)
    • MacArthur''s shrew (C. macarthuri)
    • MacMillan''s shrew (C. macmillani)
    • Nyiro shrew (C. macowi)
    • Malayan shrew (C. malayana)
    • Manenguba shrew (C. manengubae)
    • Makwassie musk shrew (C. maquassiensis)
    • Swamp musk shrew (C. mariquensis)
    • Gracile naked-tailed shrew (C. maurisca)
    • Javanese shrew (C. maxi)
    • Mindoro shrew (C. mindorus)
    • Sri Lankan long-tailed shrew (C. miya)
    • Kilimanjaro shrew (C. monax)
    • Sunda shrew (C. monticola)
    • Montane white-toothed shrew (C. montis)
    • West African long-tailed shrew (C. muricauda)
    • Mossy forest shrew (C. musseri)
    • Ugandan musk shrew (C. mutesae)
    • Somali dwarf shrew (C. nana)
    • Savanna dwarf shrew (C. nanilla)
    • Peninsular shrew (C. negligens)
    • Negros shrew (C. negrina)
    • Nicobar shrew (C. nicobarica)
    • Nigerian shrew (C. nigeriae)
    • Blackish white-toothed shrew (C. nigricans)
    • Black-footed shrew (C. nigripes)
    • African black shrew (C. nigrofusca)
    • Nimba shrew (C. nimbae)
    • Niobe''s shrew (C. niobe)
    • West African pygmy shrew (C. obscurior)
    • African giant shrew (C. olivieri)
    • Oriental shrew (C. orientalis)
    • Ryukyu shrew (C. orii)
    • Palawan shrew (C. palawanensis)
    • Panay shrew (C. panayensis)
    • Sumatran long-tailed shrew (C. paradoxura)
    • Small-footed shrew (C. parvipes)
    • Sahelian tiny shrew (C. pasha)
    • Pale gray shrew (C. pergrisea)
    • Guramba shrew (C. phaeura)
    • C. phanluongi
    • Phu Hoc shrew (C. phuquocensis)
    • Cameroonian shrew (C. picea)
    • Pitman''s shrew (C. pitmani)
    • Flat-headed shrew (C. planiceps)
    • Fraser''s musk shrew (C. poensis)
    • Polia''s shrew (C. polia)
    • Kashmir white-toothed shrew (C. pullata)
    • Rainey''s shrew (C. raineyi)
    • Negev shrew (C. ramona)
    • Chinese white-toothed shrew (C. rapax)
    • Egyptian pygmy shrew (C. religiosa)
    • Sulawesi white-handed shrew (C. rhoditis)
    • Roosevelt''s shrew (C. roosevelti)
    • Greater white-toothed shrew (C. russula)
    • Ugandan lowland shrew (C. selina)
    • Lesser rock shrew (C. serezkyensis)
    • Asian lesser white-toothed shrew (C. shantungensis)
    • Siberian shrew (C. sibirica)
    • Sicilian shrew (C. sicula)
    • Lesser gray-brown musk shrew (C. silacea)
    • Desert musk shrew (C. smithii)
    • Sokolov''s shrew (C. sokolovi)
    • Somali shrew (C. somalica)
    • Kahuzi swamp shrew (C. stenocephala)
    • Lesser white-toothed shrew (C. suaveolens)
    • Iranian shrew (C. susiana)
    • Tanzanian shrew (C. tansaniana)
    • Tarella shrew (C. tarella)
    • Saharan shrew (C. tarfayensis)
    • Telford''s shrew (C. telfordi)
    • Timor shrew (C. tenuis)
    • Thalia''s shrew (C. thalia)
    • Therese''s shrew (C. theresae)
    • São Tomé shrew (C. thomensis)
    • Christmas Island shrew (C. trichura)
    • Turbo shrew (C. turba)
    • Ultimate shrew (C. ultima)
    • Usambara shrew (C. usambarae)
    • Savanna path shrew (C. viaria)
    • Mamfe shrew (C. virgata)
    • Voi shrew (C. voi)
    • Voracious shrew (C. vorax)
    • Banka shrew (C. vosmaeri)
    • Lesser Ryukyu shrew (C. watasei)
    • Whitaker''s shrew (C. whitakeri)
    • Wimmer''s shrew (C. wimmeri)
    • Hainan Island shrew (C. wuchihensis)
    • Xanthippe''s shrew (C. xantippe)
    • Yankari shrew (C. yankariensis)
    • Mikhail Zaitsev''s shrew (C. zaitsevi )
    • Zaphir''s shrew (C. zaphiri)
    • Zarudny''s rock shrew (C. zarudnyi)
    • Upemba shrew (C. zimmeri)
    • Cretan shrew (C. zimmermanni)
     
    • Family: Soricidae
    • subfamily: Crocidurinae (cont.)
    Diplomesodon Feroculus Paracrocidura (Large-headed shrews) Ruwenzorisorex Scutisorex Solisorex Suncus Sylvisorex (Forest shrews)
    • Piebald shrew (D. pulchellum)
    • Kelaart''s long-clawed shrew (F. feroculus)
    • Grauer''s large-headed shrew (P. graueri)
    • Greater large-headed shrew (P. maxima)
    • Lesser large-headed shrew (P. schoutedeni)
    • Ruwenzori shrew (R. suncoides)
    • Hero shrew (S. somereni)
    • Thor''s hero shrew (S. thori)
    • Pearson''s long-clawed shrew (S. pearsoni)
    • Taita shrew (S. aequatorius)
    • Black shrew (S. ater)
    • Day''s shrew (S. dayi)
    • Etruscan shrew (S. etruscus)
    • Sri Lankan shrew (S. fellowesgordoni)
    • Bornean pygmy shrew (S. hosei)
    • Least dwarf shrew (S. infinitesimus)
    • Greater dwarf shrew (S. lixus)
    • Madagascan pygmy shrew (S. madagascariensis)
    • Malayan pygmy shrew (S. malayanus)
    • Climbing shrew (S. megalura)
    • Flores shrew (S. mertensi)
    • Asian highland shrew (S. montanus)
    • Asian house shrew (S. murinus)
    • Remy''s pygmy shrew (S. remyi)
    • Anderson''s shrew (S. stoliczkanus)
    • Lesser dwarf shrew (S. varilla)
    • Jungle shrew (S. zeylanicus)
    • S. akaibei
    • Cameroonian forest shrew (S. cameruniensis)
    • Grant''s forest shrew (S. granti)
    • Howell''s forest shrew (S. howelli)
    • Bioko forest shrew (S. isabellae)
    • Johnston''s forest shrew (S. johnstoni)
    • Kongana shrew (S. konganensis)
    • Moon forest shrew (S. lunaris)
    • Mount Cameroon forest shrew (S. morio)
    • Greater forest shrew (S. ollula)
    • Lesser forest shrew (S. oriundus)
    • Rain forest shrew (S. pluvialis)
    • Volcano shrew (S. vulcanorum)
     
    • Family: Soricidae
    • subfamily: Soricinae
    Anourosoricini Blarinellini Blarinini Nectogalini Notiosoricini
    Anourosorex (Mole shrews)
    • Assam mole shrew (A. assamensis)
    • Giant mole shrew (A. schmidi)
    • Chinese mole shrew (A. squamipes)
    • Taiwanese mole shrew (A. yamashinai)
    Blarinella (Asiatic short-tailed shrews)
    • Indochinese short-tailed shrew (B. griselda)
    • Asiatic short-tailed shrew (B. quadraticauda)
    • Burmese short-tailed shrew (B. wardi)
    Blarina (American short-tailed shrews) Cryptotis (Small-eared shrews)
    • Northern short-tailed shrew (B. brevicauda)
    • Southern short-tailed shrew (B. carolinensis)
    • Elliot''s short-tailed shrew (B. hylophaga)
    • Everglades short-tailed shrew (B. peninsulae)
    C. mexicana group Mexican small-eared shrew (C. mexicana) Nelson''s small-eared shrew (C. nelsoni) Grizzled small-eared shrew (C. obscura) Phillips'' small-eared shrew (C. phillipsii)C. goldmani set Central Mexican broad-clawed shrew (C. alticola) Goldman''s broad-clawed shrew (C. goldmani) Goodwin''s broad-clawed shrew (C. goodwini) Guatemalan broad-clawed shrew (C. griseoventris) C. lacertosus C. mam Oaxacan broad-clawed shrew (C. peregrina)C. nigrescens group Eastern Cordillera small-footed shrew (C. brachyonyx) Colombian small-eared shrew (C. colombiana) Honduran small-eared shrew (C. hondurensis) Yucatan small-eared shrew (C. mayensis) Darién small-eared shrew (C. mera) Merriam''s small-eared shrew (C. merriami) Blackish small-eared shrew (C. nigrescens)C. thomasi group Ecuadorean small-eared shrew (C. equatoris) Medellín small-eared shrew (C. medellinia) Merida small-eared shrew (C. meridensis) Wandering small-eared shrew (C. montivaga) Peruvian small-eared shrew (C. peruviensis) Scaly-footed small-eared shrew (C. squaipes) Tamá small-eared shrew (C. tamensis) Thomas'' small-eared shrew (C. thomasi)C. parva group Central American least shrew (C. orophila) North American Least shrew (C. parva) Tropical small-eared shrew (C. tropicalis)Ungrouped / relict Enders''s small-eared shrew (C. endersi) Talamancan small-eared shrew (C. gracilis) Big Mexican small-eared shrew (C. magna)
    Chimarrogale (Asiatic water shrews) Chodsigoa Episoriculus Nectogale Neomys Soriculus
    • Malayan water shrew (C. hantu)
    • Himalayan water shrew (C. himalayica)
    • Bornean water shrew (C. phaeura)
    • Japanese water shrew (C. platycephalus)
    • Chinese water shrew (C. styani)
    • Sumatran water shrew (C. sumatrana)
    • Van Sung''s shrew (C. caovansunga)
    • De Winton''s shrew (C. hypsibia)
    • Lamulate shrew (C. lamula)
    • Lowe''s shrew (C. parca)
    • Pygmy brown-toothed shrew (C. parva)
    • Salenski''s shrew (C. salenskii)
    • Smith''s shrew (C. smithii)
    • Lesser Taiwanese shrew (C. sodalis)
    • Hodgsons''s brown-toothed shrew (E. caudatus)
    • Taiwanese brown-toothed shrew (E. fumidus)
    • Long-tailed brown-toothed shrew (E. leucops)
    • Long-tailed mountain shrew (E. macrurus)
    • Elegant water shrew (N. elegans)
    • Mediterranean water shrew (N. anomalus)
    • Eurasian water shrew (N. fodiens)
    • Transcaucasian water shrew (N. teres)
    • Himalayan shrew (S. nigrescens)
    Megasorex Notiosorex
    • Mexican shrew (M. gigas)
    • Cockrum''s gray shrew (N. cockrumi)
    • Crawford''s gray shrew (N. crawfordi)
    • Large-eared gray shrew (N. evotis)
    • Villa''s gray shrew (N. villai)
     
    • Family: Soricidae
    • subfamily: Soricinae (tribe: Soricini)
    Sorex (Long-tailed shrews)
    Subgenus Otisorex Subgenus Sorex incertae sedis
    • Long-tailed shrew (S. dispar)
    • Smoky shrew (S. fumeus)
    • American pygmy shrew (S. hoyi)
    • Large-toothed shrew (S. macrodon)
    • Carmen mountain shrew (S. milleri)
    • Dwarf shrew (S. nanus)
    • Mexican long-tailed shrew (S. oreopolus)
    • Orizaba long-tailed shrew (S. orizabae)
    • Ornate shrew (S. ornatus)
    • Inyo shrew (S. tenellus)
    • Verapaz shrew (S. veraepacis)
    S. vagrans complex Glacier Bay water shrew (S. alaskanus) Baird''s shrew (S. bairdii) Marsh shrew (S. bendirii) Montane shrew (S. monticolus) New Mexico shrew (S. neomexicanus) Pacific shrew (S. pacificus) American water shrew (S. palustris) Fog shrew (S. sonomae) Vagrant shrew (S. vagrans)S. cinereus group Kamchatka shrew (S. camtschatica) Cinereus shrew (S. cinereus) Prairie shrew (S. haydeni) Saint Lawrence Island shrew (S. jacksoni) Paramushir shrew (S. leucogaster) Southeastern shrew (S. longirostris) Mount Lyell shrew (S. lyelli) Portenko''s shrew (S. portenkoi) Preble''s shrew (S. preblei) Pribilof Island shrew (S. pribilofensis) Olympic shrew (S. rohweri) Barren ground shrew (S. ugyunak)
    • Dneper Common shrew (S. averini)
    • Lesser Striped shrew (S. bedfordiae)
    • Greater stripe-backed shrew (S. cylindricauda)
    • Chinese highland shrew (S. excelsus)
    • Azumi shrew (S. hosonoi)
    • Chinese shrew (S. sinalis)
    • Alaska tiny shrew (S. yukonicus)
    S. alpinus group Alpine shrew (S. alpinus) Ussuri shrew (S. mirabilis)S. araneus group Valais shrew (S. antinorii) Common shrew (S. araneus) Udine shrew (S. arunchi) Crowned shrew (S. coronatus) Siberian large-toothed shrew (S. daphaenodon) Iberian shrew (S. granarius) Caucasian shrew (S. satunini)S. arcticus group Arctic shrew (S. arcticus) Maritime shrew (S. maritimensis)S. tundrensis group Tien Shan shrew (S. asper) Gansu shrew (S. cansulus) Tundra shrew (S. tundrensis)S. minutus group Buchara shrew (S. buchariensis) Kozlov''s shrew (S. kozlovi) Caucasian pygmy shrew (S. volnuchini)S. caecutiens group Laxmann''s shrew (S. caecutiens) Taiga shrew (S. isodon) Eurasian Least shrew (S. minutissimus) Eurasian pygmy shrew (S. minutus) Flat-skulled shrew (S. roboratus) Shinto shrew (S. shinto) Long-clawed shrew (S. unguiculatus)S. gracillimus group Slender shrew (S. gracillimus)S. raddei group Radde''s shrew (S. raddei)S. samniticus group Apennine shrew (S. samniticus)
    • Arizona shrew (S. arizonae)
    • Zacatecas shrew (S. emarginatus)
    • Merriam''s shrew (S. merriami)
    • Kashmir pygmy shrew (S. planiceps)
    • Saussure''s shrew (S. saussurei)
    • Sclater''s shrew (S. sclateri)
    • San Cristobal shrew (S. stizodon)
    • Tibetan shrew (S. thibetanus)
    • Trowbridge''s shrew (S. trowbridgii)
    • Chestnut-bellied shrew (S. ventralis)
    • Veracruz shrew (S. veraecrucis)
     
    • Family: Soricidae
    • subfamily: Myosoricinae
    Congosorex (Congo shrews) Myosorex (Mouse shrews) Surdisorex (African mole shrews)
    • Phillips''s shrew (C. phillipsorum)
    • Greater Congo shrew (C. polli)
    • Lesser Congo shrew (C. verheyeni)
    • Babault''s mouse shrew (M. babaulti)
    • Montane mouse shrew (M. blarina)
    • Dark-footed mouse shrew (M. cafer)
    • Eisentraut''s mouse shrew (M. eisentrauti)
    • Geata mouse shrew (M. geata)
    • Nyika mouse shrew (M. gnoskei)
    • Kihaule''s mouse shrew (M. kihaulei)
    • Long-tailed forest shrew (M. longicaudatus)
    • Oku mouse shrew (M. okuensis)
    • Rumpi mouse shrew (M. rumpii)
    • Schaller''s mouse shrew (M. schalleri)
    • Sclater''s mouse shrew (M. sclateri)
    • Thin mouse shrew (M. tenuis)
    • Forest shrew (M. varius)
    • Kilimanjaro mouse shrew (M. zinki)
    • Aberdare mole shrew (S. norae)
    • Mount Kenya mole shrew (S. polulus)
     
    • Family: Talpidae
    Scalopinae (New World moles and relatives) Talpinae (Old World moles and relatives) Uropsilinae (Chinese shrew-like moles)
    Condylura Parascalops Scalopus Scapanulus Scapanus (Western North American moles)
    • Star-nosed mole (C. cristata)
    • Hairy-tailed mole (P. breweri)
    • Eastern mole (S. aquaticus)
    • Gansu mole (S. oweni)
    • Broad-footed mole (S. latimanus)
    • Coast mole (S. orarius)
    • Townsend''s mole (S. townsendii)
    Euroscaptor Mogera Parascaptor Scaptochirus Talpa Scaptonyx Desmana Galemys Dymecodon Urotrichus Neurotrichus
    • Greater Chinese mole (E. grandis)
    • Kloss''s mole (E. klossi)
    • Long-nosed mole (E. longirostris)
    • Himalayan mole (E. micrura)
    • Japanese mountain mole (E. mizura)
    • Small-toothed mole (E. parvidens)
    • E. subanura
    • Echigo mole (M. etigo)
    • Insular mole (M. insularis)
    • Kano mole (M. kanoana)
    • Kobe mole (M. kobeae)
    • Small Japanese mole (M. imaizumii)
    • Large mole (M. robusta)
    • Sado mole (M. tokudae)
    • Japanese mole (M. wogura)
    • Senkaku mole (M. uchidai)
    • White-tailed mole (P. leucura)
    • Short-faced mole (S. moschatus)
    • Altai mole (T. altaica)
    • Blind mole (T. caeca)
    • Caucasian mole (T. caucasica)
    • European mole (T. europaea)
    • Père David''s mole (T. davidiana)
    • Levant mole (T. levantis)
    • Spanish mole (T. occidentalis)
    • Roman mole (T. romana)
    • Balkan mole (T. stankovici)
    • Long-tailed mole (S. fusicaudus)
    • Pyrenean desman (G. pyrenaicus)
    • True''s shrew mole (D. pilirostris)
    • Japanese shrew mole (U. talpoides)
    • American shrew mole (N. gibbsii)
    Uropsilus
    • Anderson''s shrew mole (U. andersoni)
    • Gracile shrew mole (U. gracilis)
    • Inquisitive shrew mole (U. investigator)
    • Chinese shrew mole (U. soricipes)
     
    • Family: Solenodontidae
    Solenodon
    • Cuban solenodon (S. cubanus)
    • Hispaniolan solenodon (S. paradoxus)
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