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In a 2003 paper to the Russian Journal of Theriology , a group of scientists from the Russian Academy of Science analysed cheek teeth variability in the Eurasian badger and were able to make some putative conclusions on badger taxonomy. The cheek teeth are the molars and premolars of mammals that are used in the mastication (. grinding) of food. The cheek teeth of mammals tend to be highly complex in structure and because they are typically so highly adapted to specific tasks, they are commonly used in phylogenetic studies. After studying the cheek teeth in 661 skulls sequestered from 11 museums from across the globe, Baryshnikov and his colleagues found two obvious geographic groups (east and west), which they argue are distinct species. If we take the results of Baryshnikov et al . and fellow Russian scientists Alexi Abramov and Andrey Puzachenko (who have done much work on untangling badger phylogeny through variations in hard tissue morphology), it seems that we can assign the western (European) group as Meles meles , the eastern (Japanese) group as Meles anakuma , a Far Eastern (Asian) group as Meles leucrus and also acknowledge the existence of a new subspecies ( Meles meles milleri ) from the far south-west of Norway. Additional studies on the skull and dental characteristics of the western group suggest that it can be further divided into two distinct forms (probably subspecies): the European badger proper (presumably Meles meles meles ), which inhabits most of Europe and the Caucasus-Pamir badger (probably Meles meles canescens ) found from Transcaucasia (the transitional region between Europe and Asia) to the Pamir-Alai Mountains in central Asia.

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