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When this has been recorded, associated species are given. 18 Using the Guide Notes: Any useful additional information, particularly of a taxonomic nature, is given under this heading. As stated above, this guide broadly follows the taxonomy of Nowak (1999), but where there are differences these have been noted. Differences with other important works may also be noted such as the taxonomic treatment of the hyraxes in Kingdon (1997) or the Small-spotted Genet Genetta genetta in Harrison and Bates (1991).
Matruhensis as a separate species, C. whitakeri. Similar species: Other small shrews. For Flower’s Shrew and Dwarf Shrew, see those species. Much smaller than House Shrew. Much larger than Savi’s Pygmy Shrew with relatively smaller ears. HOUSE SHREW Suncus murinus (Linnaeus, 1766) Pl. 2 The Insectivores—Order Insectivora 33 House Shrew (Suncus murinus) Subspecies occurring in Egypt: tentatively 5. m. sacer. Identification: Length 155–240mm; Tail 50–85mm. A large, robust shrew with a proportionately rather short tail.
Bristles extend entire length of tail. Has a distinct musky odor. Range and status: Very wide range over much of southern Europe, west to Scilly Isles and north to northern Poland, east throughout Asia from Middle East to China, Korea to Japan. Isolated records from Arabia. In Egypt, very few records. C. s. portali recorded from South Sinai west of St. Katherine’s Monastery, and from near Suez. C. s. matruhensis is known from only a few specimens taken west of Mersa Matruh. Despite the paucity of Egyptian records, the wide range of this species elsewhere may mean that it could turn up in areas in Egypt other than those in which it has so far been recorded.