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Recent observations

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Observer

moisesvivasviv

Date

October 2, 2014

Place

San ángel (Google, OSM)

Description

Nombre científico: Phodopus sungorus.
Nombre común: Hámster ruso.
10:04 es de noche algo lluviosa, peso 39 gr, color cafe claro, raya negra en la parte de la espalda, incisivos muy fuertes, garras cortas, patas, orejas y nariz rosadas, cola corta, 3 años 6 meses, ojos rojos, mucha hiperactivodad en las noches y mañanas, duerme en las tardes, alimentación de queso, almendras, vegetales y frutas.

Moisés Vivas Vivanco
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Photos / Sounds

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What

Russian Dwarf Hamster Phodopus campbelli

Observer

rainbowrun101

Date

September 25, 2014

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

Hamster

Photos / Sounds

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What

Campbell's Dwarf Hamster Phodopus campbelli

Observer

sea-kangaroo

Date

May 8, 2008 12:57 AM PDT

Description

Characteristic back stripe showing (not visible only on albinos & leucistics).

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Description from Wikipedia

Phodopus, a genus of rodents in the vole and hamster family Cricetidae, is a lineage of small hamsters native to central Asia that display unusual adaptations to extreme temperatures. They are the only known hamsters that live in groups and, in some cases, rely on significant contributions by males to the raising of offspring. They are nocturnal and active throughout the year; they do not hibernate. Species of Phodopus, together with members of the genera Cricetulus,...

No range data available.