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SPECIES Ctenomys budini

Author:Thomas, 1913.
Citation:Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 8, 11: 141.
Common Name:Budinís Tuco-tuco
Type Locality:Argentina, Jujuy Prov., Cerro de Lagunita, E Maimara 4500 m.
Distribution:SE Jujuy Prov., Argentina.
Comments:Considered a synonym of frater by Redford and Eisenberg (1992) and Woods (1993) without comment but listed as a distinct species by Galliari et al. (1996). Thomas (1921b) recognized four subspecies but Ellerman (1940) treated sylvanus as a separate species and considered utibilis as a subspecies of that taxon. Galliari et al. (1996) listed barbarus as a distinct species.
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SUBSPECIES budini

SUBSPECIES barbarus

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