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Table 5 Summary statistics for the 25 carnivore species falling within the top 10 for any of phylogenetic diversity, evolutionary distinctiveness, or EDGE scores

From: Updating the evolutionary history of Carnivora (Mammalia): a new species-level supertree complete with divergence time estimates

Species PD PD Rank ED ED Rank Red List status EDGE EDGE Rank
Monachus monachus 9.2 28 11.42 44 CR 5.29 1
Ailuropoda melanoleuca 17.2 8 21.24 7 EN 5.18 2
Urocyon littoralis 1.1 256 10.09 62 CR 5.18 2
Monachus schauinslandi 4.6 93 9.12 91 CR 5.09 4
Procyon pygmaeus 2.6 179 8.76 102 CR 5.05 5
Ailurus fulgens 35.0 2 35.36 2 VU 4.98 6
Viverra civettina 2.6 179 7.61 137 CR 4.93 7
Lynx pardinus 2.5 191 6.27 182 CR 4.76 8
Cynogale bennettii 10.0 24 12.97 30 EN 4.72 9
Lycaon pictus 6.6 58 9.69 74 EN 4.45 10
Pteronura brasiliensis 8.7 38 9.66 76 EN 4.45 10
Tremarctos ornatus 15.4 16 19.69 9 VU 4.42 13
Cryptoprocta ferox 18.0 6 19.11 11 VU 4.39 14
Nandinia binotata 53.2 1 53.38 1 LC 4.00 24
Prionodon linsang 10.9 22 32.09 3 LC 3.50 49
Prionodon pardicolor 10.9 22 32.09 3 LC 3.50 49
Potos flavus 24.0 3 24.95 5 LC 3.26 65
Taxidea taxus 20.6 4 21.19 8 LC 3.10 69
Arctogalidia trivirgata 18.0 6 19.21 10 LC 3.01 72
Bassaricyon alleni 16.5 9 18.02 14 LC 2.95 78
Bassaricyon beddardi 16.5 9 18.02 14 LC 2.95 78
Bassaricyon gabbii 16.5 9 18.02 14 LC 2.95 78
Bassaricyon lasius 16.5 9 18.02 14 DD 0.00 239
Bassaricyon pauli 16.5 9 18.02 14 DD 0.00 239
Odobenus rosmarus 20.4 5 21.40 6 DD 0.00 239
  1. CR: critically endangered; DD: data deficient; ED: evolutionary distinctiveness; EDGE: Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered; EN: endangered; LC: least concern; PD: phylogenetic diversity; VU: vulnerable.