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Long-tailed marmot Conservation status Least Concern (IUCN 3.1)[1] Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Rodentia Family: Sciuridae Genus: Marmota Subgenus: Marmota Species: M. caudata Binomial name Marmota caudata (Geoffroy, 1844) The long-tailed marmot or golden marmot (Marmota caudata) is a species of marmot in the Sciuridae family. It is found in Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, China, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Its natural habitat is temperate grassland. References ^ Molur, S. (2008). Marmota caudata. In: IUCN 2008. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 6 January 2009. Thorington, R. W. Jr. and R. S. Hoffman. 2005. Family Sciuridae. Pp. 754-818 in Mammal Species of the World a Taxonomic and Geographic Reference. D. E. Wilson and D. M. Reeder eds. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. v • d • e Living species of tribe Marmotini (ground squirrels) Kingdom: Animalia • Phylum: Chordata • Class: Mammalia • Order: Rodentia • Suborder: Sciuromorpha • Family: Sciuridae • Subfamily: Xerinae Ammospermophilus (antelope squirrels) Harris's antelope squirrel (A. harrisii) • Espíritu Santo antelope squirrel (A. insularis) • Texas antelope squirrel (A. interpres) • White-tailed antelope squirrel (A. leucurus) • San Joaquin antelope squirrel (A. nelsoni) Callospermophilus (golden-mantled ground squirrels) Golden-mantled ground squirrel (C. lateralis) • Sierra Madre ground squirrel (C. madrensis) • Cascade golden-mantled ground squirrel (C. saturatus) Cynomys (prairie dogs) Gunnison's prairie dog (C. gunnisoni) • White-tailed prairie dog (C. leucurus) • Black-tailed prairie dog (C. ludovicianus) • Mexican prairie dog (C. mexicanus) • Utah prairie dog (C. parvidens) Eutamias Siberian chipmunk (E. sibiricus) Ictidomys (little ground squirrels) Mexican ground squirrel (I. mexicanus) • I. parvidens • Thirteen-lined ground squirrel (I. tridecemlineatus) Marmota (marmots) Subgenus Marmota: Gray marmot (M. baibacina) • Bobak marmot (M. bobak) • Alaska marmot (M. broweri) • Black-capped marmot (M. camtschatica) • Long-tailed marmot (M. caudata) • Himalayan marmot (M. himalayana) • Alpine marmot (M. marmota) • Menzbier's marmot (M. menzbieri) • Groundhog or woodchuck (M. monax) • Tarbagan marmot (M. sibirica) Subgenus Petromarmota: Hoary marmot (M. caligata) • Yellow-bellied marmot (M. flaviventris) • Olympic marmot (M. olympus) • Vancouver Island marmot (M. vancouverensis) Neotamias (western chipmunks) Alpine chipmunk (N. alpinus) • Yellow-pine chipmunk (N. amoenus) • Buller's chipmunk (N. bulleri) • Gray-footed chipmunk (N. canipes) • Gray-collared chipmunk (N. cinereicollis) • Cliff chipmunk (N. dorsalis) • Durango chipmunk (N. durangae) • Merriam's chipmunk (N. merriami) • Least chipmunk (N. minimus) • California chipmunk (N. obscurus) • Yellow-cheeked chipmunk (N. ochrogenys) • Palmer's chipmunk (N. palmeri) • Panamint chipmunk (N. panamintinus) • Long-eared chipmunk (N. quadrimaculatus) • Colorado chipmunk (N. quadrivittatus) • Red-tailed chipmunk (N. ruficaudus) • Hopi chipmunk (N. rufus) • Allen's chipmunk (N. senex) • Siskiyou chipmunk (N. siskiyou) • Sonoma chipmunk (N. sonomae) • Lodgepole chipmunk (N. speciosus) • Townsend's chipmunk (N. townsendii) • Uinta chipmunk (N. umbrinus) Notocitellus Tropical ground squirrel (N. adocetus) • Ring-tailed ground squirrel (N. annulatus) Otospermophilus (rock squirrels) Baja California rock squirrel (O. atricapillus) • California ground squirrel (O. beecheyi) • Rock squirrel (O. variegatus) Poliocitellus Franklin's ground squirrel (P. franklinii) Sciurotamias (Asian rock squirrels) Pére David's rock squirrel (S. davidianus) • Forrest's rock squirrel (S. forresti) Spermophilus sensu stricto (Old World ground squirrels) Alashan ground squirrel (S. alashanicus) • S. brevicauda • European ground squirrel (S. citellus) • Daurian ground squirrel (S. dauricus) • Red-cheeked ground squirrel (S. erythrogenys) • Yellow ground squirrel (S. fulvus) • Russet ground squirrel (S. major) • S. pallicauda • Little ground squirrel (S. pygmaeus) • S. ralli • S. relictus • Speckled ground squirrel (Spermophilus suslicus) • Taurus ground squirrel (Spermophilus taurensis) • Asia Minor ground squirrel (Spermophilus xanthoprymnus) Tamias Eastern chipmunk (T. striatus) Urocitellus (Holarctic ground squirrels) Uinta ground squirrel (U. armatus) • Belding's ground squirrel (U. beldingi) • Idaho ground squirrel (U. brunneus) • Merriam's ground squirrel (U. canus) • Columbian ground squirrel (U. columbianus) • Wyoming ground squirrel (U. elegans) • Piute ground squirrel (U. mollis) • Arctic ground squirrel (U. parryii) • Richardson's ground squirrel (U. richardsonii) • Townsend's ground squirrel (U. townsendii) • Washington ground squirrel (U. washingtoni) • Long-tailed ground squirrel (U. undulatus) Xerospermophilus (pygmy ground squirrels) Mohave ground squirrel (X. mohavensis) • Perote ground squirrel (X. perotensis) • Spotted ground squirrel (X. spilosoma) • Round-tailed ground squirrel (X. tereticaudus) Category This article about a rodent is a stub. 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