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- A subfamily of Canidæ, represented by the genus Vulpes in a broad sense, containing the foxes as distinguished from the dogs, wolves, and jackals; the alopecoid canines. The frontal region of the skull is comparatively low from lack of frontal sinuses, and the pupil of the eye usually contracts to a vertical elliptical figure. But the group is not sharply delimited from
Caninæ, as the South American fox-wolves (see Pseudalopex) and some African forms (see Thous) connect the two. See Urocyon(with cut), Vulpes (with cuts there cited), and compare Megalotinæ.
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