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  • Of the four genera in the typical sub-family Glirinae, the first is Glis, represented by Glis vulgaris (or G.
  • Glis) of Europe, with a doubly vaned, bushy tail, simple stomach, and large molars with well-marked enamel-folds; the second, Muscardinus, with M.
  • As the characters of the genera are given in the article RoDENT1A it will suffice to state that the typical genus Glis is represented by the large European edible dormouse, G.
  • Glis), a grey species with black markings known in Germany as Siebenschldfer; the genus ranges from continental Europe to Japan.