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  • Scientific Names
    • Anomaluridae
  • English
    • Scaly-tailed Squirrels
  • Spanish
    • Falsas ardillas voladoras

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Recent observations

Photos / Sounds

What

Derby's Flying Squirrel Anomalurus derbianus

Observer

dejong

Date

March 23, 2014

Description

Photograph by Yvonne de Jong & Tom Butynski, wildsolutions.nl

Photos / Sounds

No photos or sounds

What

Long-eared Flying Squirrel Idiurus macrotis

Observer

jakob

Date

March 28, 2000

Description

Captured at ~ 20 m height with raised net system set for high-flying bats in canopy gap.

Photos / Sounds

No photos or sounds

What

Long-eared Flying Squirrel Idiurus macrotis

Observer

jakob

Date

September 5, 2000

Description

Captured at ~ 15 m height with raised net system set for high-flying bats in canopy gap.

Photos / Sounds

No photos or sounds

What

Long-eared Flying Squirrel Idiurus macrotis

Observer

jakob

Date

August 26, 2000

Description

Captured at ~ 16 m height with raised net system set for high-flying bats in canopy gap.

Photos / Sounds

What

Long-eared Flying Squirrel Idiurus macrotis

Observer

natalie

Date

March 6, 2009
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Description from Wikipedia

Anomaluridae is a family of rodents found in central Africa. They are known as anomalures or scaly-tailed squirrels. There are seven extant species, classified into three genera. Most are brightly coloured.

No range data available.
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