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<==Homininae [Gorillinae]
   |--*Gorilla gorilla
   |    |--G. g. gorilla
   |    |--G. g. beringei
   |    `--G. g. graueri
              |--P. paniscus
              `--P. troglodytes
                   |--P. t. troglodytes
                   |--P. t. schweinfurthii
                   `--P. t. verus
Inorganic: Gorilla gorilla minilorientalis Okamura 1987
           Pan paniscus minilorientalus Okamura 1987
           Pan troglodytes minilorientalus Okamura 1987

* Type species of generic name indicated


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Christopher 23:43, 1 July 2008 (PDT)

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