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Datasheet

Sus scrofa (pigs)

Summary

  • Last modified
  • 27 July 2017
  • Datasheet Type(s)
  • Natural Enemy
  • Host Animal
  • Vector of Plant Pest
  • Preferred Scientific Name
  • Sus scrofa
  • Preferred Common Name
  • pigs
  • Taxonomic Tree
  • Domain: Eukaryota
  •   Kingdom: Metazoa
  •     Phylum: Chordata
  •       Subphylum: Vertebrata
  •         Class: Mammalia
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Sus scrofa (feral type); feral Swine are not native to the U.S.A. They are the result of recent and historical (16th century Spanish explorers) releases of domestic swine and Eurasian boar.
TitleAdult
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); feral Swine are not native to the U.S.A. They are the result of recent and historical (16th century Spanish explorers) releases of domestic swine and Eurasian boar.
Copyright©USDA APHIS/Laurie Paulik - CC BY 2.0
Sus scrofa (feral type); feral Swine are not native to the U.S.A. They are the result of recent and historical (16th century Spanish explorers) releases of domestic swine and Eurasian boar.
AdultSus scrofa (feral type); feral Swine are not native to the U.S.A. They are the result of recent and historical (16th century Spanish explorers) releases of domestic swine and Eurasian boar.©USDA APHIS/Laurie Paulik - CC BY 2.0
Sus scrofa (feral type); adults in habitat. USA.
TitleAdults in habitat
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); adults in habitat. USA.
Copyright©Dan Clark/USDI National Park Service/Bugwood.org - CC BY 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); adults in habitat. USA.
Adults in habitatSus scrofa (feral type); adults in habitat. USA.©Dan Clark/USDI National Park Service/Bugwood.org - CC BY 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); feral pigs mud bathing in a woodlot damaged by livestock. Wisconsin, USA.
TitleFeral pigs mud bathing
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); feral pigs mud bathing in a woodlot damaged by livestock. Wisconsin, USA.
Copyright©Steven Katovich/USDA Forest Service/Bugwood.org - CC BY 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); feral pigs mud bathing in a woodlot damaged by livestock. Wisconsin, USA.
Feral pigs mud bathingSus scrofa (feral type); feral pigs mud bathing in a woodlot damaged by livestock. Wisconsin, USA.©Steven Katovich/USDA Forest Service/Bugwood.org - CC BY 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); damage to urban lawn. Texas, USA.
TitleDamage to urban lawn
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); damage to urban lawn. Texas, USA.
Copyright©Billy Higginbotham/Texas AgriLife Extension Service/Bugwood.org - CC BY-NC 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); damage to urban lawn. Texas, USA.
Damage to urban lawnSus scrofa (feral type); damage to urban lawn. Texas, USA.©Billy Higginbotham/Texas AgriLife Extension Service/Bugwood.org - CC BY-NC 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); damage to maize crop. USA. August, 2011.
TitleDamage to maize crop
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); damage to maize crop. USA. August, 2011.
Copyright©Craig Hicks/Bugwood.org - CC BY-NC 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); damage to maize crop. USA. August, 2011.
Damage to maize cropSus scrofa (feral type); damage to maize crop. USA. August, 2011.©Craig Hicks/Bugwood.org - CC BY-NC 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); typical droppings or scats. USA.
TitleTypical droppings or scats
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); typical droppings or scats. USA.
Copyright©Craig Hicks/Bugwood.org - CC BY-NC 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); typical droppings or scats. USA.
Typical droppings or scatsSus scrofa (feral type); typical droppings or scats. USA.©Craig Hicks/Bugwood.org - CC BY-NC 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); typical foot-prints. USA. May, 2009.
TitleTypical foot-prints
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); typical foot-prints. USA. May, 2009.
Copyright©Craig Hicks/Bugwood.org - CC BY-NC 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); typical foot-prints. USA. May, 2009.
Typical foot-printsSus scrofa (feral type); typical foot-prints. USA. May, 2009.©Craig Hicks/Bugwood.org - CC BY-NC 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); control measures, with hog trap. Texas, USA.
TitleControl measures
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); control measures, with hog trap. Texas, USA.
Copyright©Billy Higginbotham/Texas AgriLife Extension Service/Bugwood.org - CC BY-NC 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); control measures, with hog trap. Texas, USA.
Control measuresSus scrofa (feral type); control measures, with hog trap. Texas, USA.©Billy Higginbotham/Texas AgriLife Extension Service/Bugwood.org - CC BY-NC 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); in partnership with Texas A & M University and the Noble Foundation, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Wildlife Services (WS) researchers are testing the effectiveness of drop nets for capturing feral swine. USA. March, 2010.
TitleControl measures
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); in partnership with Texas A & M University and the Noble Foundation, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Wildlife Services (WS) researchers are testing the effectiveness of drop nets for capturing feral swine. USA. March, 2010.
Copyright©USDA APHIS/Tyler Campbell - CC BY 2.0
Sus scrofa (feral type); in partnership with Texas A & M University and the Noble Foundation, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Wildlife Services (WS) researchers are testing the effectiveness of drop nets for capturing feral swine. USA. March, 2010.
Control measuresSus scrofa (feral type); in partnership with Texas A & M University and the Noble Foundation, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Wildlife Services (WS) researchers are testing the effectiveness of drop nets for capturing feral swine. USA. March, 2010.©USDA APHIS/Tyler Campbell - CC BY 2.0
Sus scrofa (feral type); feral swine damage native habitats. The animal’s rooting activities allow invasive plants to re-vegetate damaged areas, reducing native plants and grasses and rubbing on trees, fence posts, and telephone poles can lead to the death of the trees and substantial property damage. USA. April, 2010.
TitleSwine damage
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); feral swine damage native habitats. The animal’s rooting activities allow invasive plants to re-vegetate damaged areas, reducing native plants and grasses and rubbing on trees, fence posts, and telephone poles can lead to the death of the trees and substantial property damage. USA. April, 2010.
Copyright©USDA APHIS - CC BY 2.0
Sus scrofa (feral type); feral swine damage native habitats. The animal’s rooting activities allow invasive plants to re-vegetate damaged areas, reducing native plants and grasses and rubbing on trees, fence posts, and telephone poles can lead to the death of the trees and substantial property damage. USA. April, 2010.
Swine damageSus scrofa (feral type); feral swine damage native habitats. The animal’s rooting activities allow invasive plants to re-vegetate damaged areas, reducing native plants and grasses and rubbing on trees, fence posts, and telephone poles can lead to the death of the trees and substantial property damage. USA. April, 2010.©USDA APHIS - CC BY 2.0
Sus scrofa (feral type); relocations of feral swine have resulted in extensive crossbreeding, producing variations in appearance. Some look like traditional wild boar, while others look more like domestic pigs in body shape and color. Based on appearance alone, it is often difficult to distinguish feral swine from domestic. USA. February, 2008.
TitleDimorphism
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); relocations of feral swine have resulted in extensive crossbreeding, producing variations in appearance. Some look like traditional wild boar, while others look more like domestic pigs in body shape and color. Based on appearance alone, it is often difficult to distinguish feral swine from domestic. USA. February, 2008.
Copyright©USDA APHIS/Clint Turnage - CC BY 2.0
Sus scrofa (feral type); relocations of feral swine have resulted in extensive crossbreeding, producing variations in appearance. Some look like traditional wild boar, while others look more like domestic pigs in body shape and color. Based on appearance alone, it is often difficult to distinguish feral swine from domestic. USA. February, 2008.
DimorphismSus scrofa (feral type); relocations of feral swine have resulted in extensive crossbreeding, producing variations in appearance. Some look like traditional wild boar, while others look more like domestic pigs in body shape and color. Based on appearance alone, it is often difficult to distinguish feral swine from domestic. USA. February, 2008.©USDA APHIS/Clint Turnage - CC BY 2.0
Sus scrofa (feral type); feral swine often forage alongside livestock and will eat grains, mineral blocks, and other items intended for cattle. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Veterinary Services animal health experts are concerned such close contact can result in the transmission of disease from feral swine to livestock and people.
TitleFeral swine and domestic livestock
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); feral swine often forage alongside livestock and will eat grains, mineral blocks, and other items intended for cattle. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Veterinary Services animal health experts are concerned such close contact can result in the transmission of disease from feral swine to livestock and people.
Copyright©USDA APHIS/Justin Stevenson - CC BY 2.0
Sus scrofa (feral type); feral swine often forage alongside livestock and will eat grains, mineral blocks, and other items intended for cattle. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Veterinary Services animal health experts are concerned such close contact can result in the transmission of disease from feral swine to livestock and people.
Feral swine and domestic livestockSus scrofa (feral type); feral swine often forage alongside livestock and will eat grains, mineral blocks, and other items intended for cattle. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Veterinary Services animal health experts are concerned such close contact can result in the transmission of disease from feral swine to livestock and people.©USDA APHIS/Justin Stevenson - CC BY 2.0
Sus scrofa (feral type); adult, foraging at night. June 2011. USA.
TitleAdult foraging
CaptionSus scrofa (feral type); adult, foraging at night. June 2011. USA.
Copyright©Craig Hicks/Bugwood.org - CC BY-NC 3.0 US
Sus scrofa (feral type); adult, foraging at night. June 2011. USA.
Adult foragingSus scrofa (feral type); adult, foraging at night. June 2011. USA.©Craig Hicks/Bugwood.org - CC BY-NC 3.0 US
The Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) is the wild ancestor of the domestic pig. Shown in natural habitat, mud wallowing.
TitleWild Boar
CaptionThe Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) is the wild ancestor of the domestic pig. Shown in natural habitat, mud wallowing.
Copyright©Richard Bartz, Munich - CC BY-SA 2.5
The Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) is the wild ancestor of the domestic pig. Shown in natural habitat, mud wallowing.
Wild BoarThe Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) is the wild ancestor of the domestic pig. Shown in natural habitat, mud wallowing.©Richard Bartz, Munich - CC BY-SA 2.5

Identity

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Preferred Scientific Name

  • Sus scrofa

Preferred Common Name

  • pigs

Other Scientific Names

  • Sus domesticus

International Common Names

  • English: boar; boars; Eurasian wild pig; feral hog; feral pig; gilts; pig; piglet; piglets; razorback; sow; sows; swine; wild boar; wild hog; wild pig
  • Spanish: cerdos; chancho; jabalí; porco; puerco
  • French: cochon sauvage, le; porcs; sanglier, le

Local Common Names

  • Germany: Schweine
  • Italy: maiali
  • Portugal: porcos

DADIS local name

  • African Guinea
  • Agrupación balear
  • Alabuzin
  • Andalusian Blond
  • Andalusian Spotted
  • Andaluza campieñesa
  • Andaluza Manchada
  • Appulo-luccana
  • Apulian
  • Apulo-Lucanian
  • Askaiskaya Cherno Pestraya
  • Baboy
  • Badaung Mountain Dwarf
  • Baé
  • Baguner
  • Bahia
  • Balearic
  • Bamm Mini Pig
  • Banat White
  • Basque Black Pied
  • Baston
  • Bazna
  • Béarnais
  • Bedfordshire
  • Bigourdan
  • Bilsdale Blue
  • Bispectacled
  • Black Canary Pig
  • Black Emilian
  • Black Hairless of the Tropics
  • Black Hamprace
  • Black Mangalitsa
  • Black Parma
  • Black Slavonian
  • Black Umbrian
  • Black-At-Both-Ends
  • Black-White-Red Spotted
  • Bologna Castagnana
  • Breitov
  • Bresane
  • Bressane
  • Brinati
  • Byelorussian Black Pied
  • Calabrian
  • Canton Pig
  • Cantonese
  • Cappuccia d'Anghiari
  • Cappuccio
  • Carioca
  • Carunchinho
  • Casentinese
  • Casentino
  • Catalan
  • Celta
  • Céltica
  • Chato de Murcia
  • Chato de Vitoria
  • Chausskaya porodnaya gruppa
  • Chester County White
  • Chien-Li
  • Ching Ching
  • Ching-Huai
  • Chinois
  • Chung-li
  • Cochino Negro
  • Common
  • Corrèzien
  • Corsican
  • Cul Noir Limousin
  • Cumberland
  • Czech Meat
  • Czech White Stud Breed
  • Dahuabai
  • Danish Black Pied
  • Danish Black Spotted
  • Danish White and Black
  • Dauphinois
  • de Cazères
  • de Cazèrien
  • Desi
  • Dian-Nan Small-Ear
  • Dinsyan
  • Djen-Li
  • Djing-Hua
  • Dnieper
  • Dobrinka
  • Dobrogea Black
  • Dome
  • Don
  • Dsien-Li
  • Duroc damline
  • Duroc sireline
  • E
  • Eastbolckan Swine
  • Emiliana negra
  • Estonian Large White
  • Fajferica
  • Fidentina
  • Fidenza
  • Finnish Landrace
  • Flandrin
  • Flemish
  • Fong Djing
  • Friuli Black
  • Fujain
  • Fujian Black
  • Fumati di San Lorenzo di Faenza
  • Fungcheng
  • Galician
  • Gascony
  • Gloucester
  • Great Yorkshire damline
  • Great Yorkshire sireline
  • Haerbinbai
  • Hang-Kou
  • Hetao Daer
  • Hormel Miniature
  • Hsin-Chin
  • Hua-Hsien
  • Huazhongliangtouwu
  • Hungarian Large White
  • I Pig
  • i.e. hairless)
  • Ievlev
  • Imeretian
  • Improved Ningan
  • Indigenous Pig
  • Jabugo Spotted
  • Jewlewsker
  • Jiangsu Huai
  • Jiaoxi
  • Jingchuan
  • Jorksir
  • Jung-Ch'Ang
  • Jungchang White
  • Jungtschang
  • Ka Done
  • Kakhetinskaya
  • Kalikin
  • Kartolinian
  • Kazakh Hybrid Breed Group
  • Kazakhskaya Gibridnaya Porodnaya Gruppa
  • Kelomive
  • Kemerovo
  • Keopra
  • Kharbinskaya belaya
  • Kharkov Hybrid
  • Kienli
  • Krkopolje Saddleback
  • Krolevets
  • Krskopoljec
  • Krupnaya Belaya
  • Kuang-Chou Wan
  • Laconie
  • Landrace
  • Landrase
  • Lang Hong Lon
  • Lanka
  • Lantian Spotted
  • Laoshu
  • Latviiskaya Belaya
  • Latvijas Baltá
  • Lesogor
  • Lesogornaya Porodnaya Gruppa
  • Liang Guang Xiaohua
  • Lietuvos Baltoji
  • Limousin
  • Lincoln
  • Lincoln Curly Coat
  • Lincoln Curly Coated White
  • Lincolshire Curly-Coated
  • Lingao
  • Lishiqiao
  • Litovskaya Belaya
  • Livny
  • Local Chinese
  • Lon = pig)
  • Lon Ba Xuyen
  • Lon bong
  • Lon Co
  • Lon meo
  • Lon Mong Cai
  • Lon Muong
  • Lon Muong Khuong
  • Lon Thuoc Nhieu
  • Lucanian
  • Lu-Ch'Uan
  • Luchuan'Chzhu
  • Lung Kong
  • Lung-Tan-Po
  • Lutschuan
  • Macao
  • Macchiaiola
  • Mai Schan
  • Majorcan
  • Mangalitskaya
  • Maori
  • Marseilles
  • Mascherina
  • Meinung
  • Mei-Shan
  • Meshchovsk
  • Mexican Dwarf
  • Mexican Wattled
  • Middlesex
  • Milos
  • Milosch
  • Miloseva
  • Minbei Spotted
  • Ming
  • Mino
  • Modena Red
  • Moldavian Black
  • Montmorillon
  • Moor
  • Mora
  • Morava
  • Muang Khong
  • Mukota
  • Mule Foot
  • Murom
  • Nai-Djang
  • Napolitana
  • Native Pig
  • Nei-Tszyan
  • Nera del Friuli
  • Nera umbra
  • Nero delle Madonie
  • New Lesogor
  • Nilo-Canastra
  • Ning-Chang
  • Ning-Hsiang
  • Ninsya
  • Ninsyan
  • Normand
  • North
  • North Siberian
  • Northeast China Min Pig
  • Norwegian Yorkshire
  • Novaya Lesogornaya
  • Novocherkassk
  • Novosibirsk Spotted
  • Ohio Improved Chester
  • Old Glamorgan
  • Omsk Grey
  • Oplemenjena sarena Mesnata Rasa
  • Orielese
  • Ostroucha
  • Parmigiana
  • PECC
  • PEGG
  • Peking Black
  • Pelatella
  • PELL
  • Pelon
  • Pelon de Cartago
  • Pelon Tabasqueno
  • PEPP
  • PETT
  • Pfeifer Pig
  • Plaung
  • Podolian
  • Podolian Black Pied
  • Podol'skaya chernopestraya
  • Poitou
  • Polesian
  • Polesian Lard
  • Polesskaya salnaya
  • Poltava Commercial Hybrid
  • Poltavskaya
  • Porc de l'Ouest
  • Porc Local
  • Porc Negre Mallorquí
  • Porco Celta
  • Pot Bellied
  • Pridneprovskaya porodnaya gruppa
  • Prikamskaya porodnaya gruppa
  • Prisheksninsk
  • Pygmy
  • Red Berkshire
  • Reggiana
  • Reggio
  • Reichenau
  • Resava
  • Rhodesian Indigenous
  • Rice-Bran Pig
  • Romagnola
  • Roman
  • Rossosh Black Pied
  • Rostov Meat
  • Ruijin Sanhua
  • Russian Long-Eared White
  • Russian Short-Eared White
  • Rychnov
  • Sakhalin White
  • San Daniele
  • Sandanielese
  • Santiaguesa
  • Sarny
  • Sa-Ze-Ling
  • Schischka
  • Schumadija
  • Semirechenskaya
  • Severokavkazskaya
  • Shang-Hang
  • Shawhutou
  • Shenzhou
  • Siberian
  • Siberian Black Pied
  • Siberian Spotted
  • Sitsin
  • Sitsiner
  • Sitszin
  • Slovak White Meat
  • Slovakian Black Pied
  • Slovakian White
  • Slusker
  • Slutsk Black Pied
  • Small Yorkshire
  • Southern Yunnan Small-Eared
  • Soviet Large White
  • Spot
  • Spotted Poland China
  • Sremica
  • Sukur
  • Sumadinka
  • Sumadinska svinja
  • Swiss Landrace
  • Synthetic Line 990
  • Syrmian
  • Tagudin
  • Taiwan Miniature
  • T'Ao-Yuan
  • Tatuzinho
  • Ting
  • Tinghsien
  • Tipul Moldovenesc de Carne
  • Tipul Sudic
  • Transylvanian
  • Tshen-Hua
  • Tsinkhua
  • Tsivilsk
  • Tszilin Chernaya
  • Tunchang
  • T'Ung-Ch'Eng
  • Tung-tschen
  • Turmezei
  • Turopolje
  • Two-End-Black-Pig
  • Ukranian Large White-1
  • Urzhum
  • Vara
  • Vietines Kiaules
  • Village Pig
  • Vitoriana
  • Warren County
  • Warren County hog
  • Wei-chou
  • Weisse Charbiner
  • Wenchang
  • Wetaung
  • White Russian Meat Type
  • White-Faced
  • White-Russian Pied
  • White-Russian Spotted
  • Woburn
  • Xi
  • Xin Huai
  • Xinhuai
  • Yorkshire
  • Yugoslav Large White
  • Yugoslav Meat Breed
  • Yushan Black
  • Zangzhu
  • Zhunchan
  • Zhungan
  • Zivilsker
  • Zlotniki Spotted
  • Zlotniki White
  • Zungo Costeno

DADIS main name

  • Abruzzese
  • Acadie P22
  • Aksai Black Pied
  • Alabuzinskaya porodnaya gruppa
  • Alentejana
  • Amélioré de l'Est
  • American Yorkshire
  • Ancient Alföldi
  • Andaluza rubia
  • Ankamali
  • Asturian
  • Ba Xuyen
  • Badaung Wet
  • Bagun
  • Bakony
  • Bama Xiang Zhu
  • Bamei
  • Banheco
  • Bantu
  • Basilicata
  • Bastianella
  • Bayeux
  • Baztanes
  • Beadford
  • Béarn
  • Beijing Black
  • Belaya Sakhalinskaya
  • Belorusskaya Chernopestraya
  • Biela Mäsová
  • Biele Usl'Achtilé
  • Big China
  • Bigourdain
  • Bilé Uslechtilé
  • Birish
  • Bisaro
  • Black Suffolk
  • Blanc de l'Ouest
  • Bleu de Bologne
  • Bo Cake
  • Borghigiana
  • Boulonnais
  • Bourdeaux
  • Boxu
  • Brahma
  • Breitovskaya
  • Bresse
  • Breton
  • British Lop
  • Bunte Bentheimer
  • Byelorussian Commercial Hybrid
  • Byfield
  • Calabrese
  • Canadian Yorkshire
  • Canastra
  • Canastrão
  • Canastra-Pereira
  • Canastrinha
  • Captain Cooker
  • Carélie
  • Caruncho
  • Casco de Mula
  • Casertana
  • Catanzarese
  • Cazères
  • Cerdo Coscate
  • Ceské Bilé
  • Ceské Výrazne Masné
  • Charolais
  • Chato Murciano
  • Chato vitoriano
  • Chausy
  • Chayuan
  • Chenghua
  • Chernaya moldavskaya porodnaya gruppa
  • Chernopestraya slutskaya porodnaya gruppa
  • Cheshire
  • Chester White
  • Chianina
  • Choctaw
  • Chunan Spotted
  • Chwanche
  • Co
  • Comune
  • Corrèze
  • Corse
  • Cosentina
  • Craonnais
  • Creole
  • Crna Slavonska
  • Cuino
  • Cuprem
  • Curtis Victoria
  • Dahe
  • Damin
  • Dauphiné
  • Daweizi
  • Dbi
  • Deshi
  • Deutsches Edelschwein / Large White
  • Diani
  • Ding
  • Ding Yuan
  • Djumajliska
  • Dlinnoukhaya Belaya
  • Dneprovskaya porodnaya gruppa
  • Dobrinskaya porodnaya gruppa
  • Dom. Mesnata Svinja
  • Dongchuan
  • Dorset Gold Tip
  • DRC
  • Dumeco D-line pigs
  • Dumeco F-line pigs
  • Dumeco L-line pigs
  • Dumeco S-line pigs
  • Dumeco W-line pigs
  • Dumeco Y-line
  • Duroc
  • Duroc berenlijn
  • Duroc zeugenlijn
  • Ebei Black
  • Eesti suur valge
  • Enshi Black
  • Erhualian
  • Euskal txerria
  • Fa Yuen
  • Faentina
  • Fannong Spotted
  • Fengjing
  • FH012
  • FH016
  • FH019
  • FH025
  • Fins landras
  • Flamand
  • Forest Mountain
  • Forlivese
  • Friulana nera
  • Fujian Huai
  • Fumati
  • Fumian
  • Furao
  • Fuzhou Black
  • Gallega
  • Gallia
  • Ganzhongnan Spotted
  • Ganzhou White
  • Gargano
  • Garlasco
  • Gasconne
  • Georgian Mangalitsa
  • Ghori
  • Gloucestershire Old Spots
  • Gongguan
  • Greek
  • Greyhound
  • Groot Yorkshire berenlijn
  • Groot Yorkshire zeugenlijn
  • Guanchao
  • Guangdong Small Ear
  • Guanling
  • Guinea Hog
  • Guixu
  • Hailum
  • Hainan
  • Haitian
  • Hampshire
  • Hanford Miniature
  • Hang
  • Hanjiang Black
  • Hanzhong White
  • Harbin White
  • Hempir
  • Hengjing
  • Hereford
  • Hetao Lop-Ear
  • Hexi
  • Hezuo
  • Honduras Switch-Tail
  • Hongqiao
  • Huai
  • Huaibei
  • Huainan
  • Huangtang
  • Huazhong Two-End Black
  • Huchuan Mountain
  • Hurra
  • Hypor Beau Pi
  • Hypor Bod-Y
  • Hypor Landras
  • Hypor Large White
  • Hypor Meishan
  • Hypor Mult-Y
  • Hypor Rock-Y
  • Iban
  • Ievlevskaya porodnaya gruppa
  • Imeretinskaya
  • Irish Grazier
  • Istochnobalkanska Svinia
  • Ivanovo
  • Jalajala
  • Jersey Red
  • Jiangquhai
  • Jianli
  • Jia-Xing
  • Jiaxing Black
  • Jilin Black
  • Jinhua
  • Jugoslovenska Mesnata Rasa
  • Junqueiro
  • Kakhetian
  • Kalikinskaya
  • Kama
  • Kaman
  • Kartolinskaya
  • Kele
  • Kemerovskaya
  • Kentucky Red Berkshire
  • Kharkov
  • Kolbroek
  • Korean Improved
  • Korean Native
  • Korhogo
  • Korotkoukhaya Belaya
  • Krolevetskaya porodnaya gruppa
  • Krskopoljski prasic
  • Kunekune
  • Kune-Kune
  • Kwai
  • Kwangchow Wan
  • Lacombe
  • Laconie P77
  • Lagonegrese
  • Lang Hong
  • Lantang
  • Laoshan
  • Large Black-White
  • Large White
  • Lasasta mangulica
  • Latvian White
  • Lauragais
  • LD11
  • Leanpacker yorker
  • Lee-Sung
  • Leicoma
  • Leping
  • Lermeña
  • Liang Guang Small Spotted
  • Liangshan
  • Libtong
  • Lincolitsa
  • Lincoln Red
  • Lincolnshire Curly Coat
  • Lindrödssvin
  • Linia 990
  • Lishigiao
  • Lithuanian White
  • Livenskaya
  • Local Pig of Benin
  • Loches
  • Lon I
  • Longlin
  • Longyou Black
  • Luchuan
  • Lutai White
  • Macchiaiola Maremmana
  • Magyar Nagyfehér Hùssertés
  • Managra
  • Manchada de Jabugo
  • Mangouste
  • Manx Purr
  • Marseillais
  • Maryland No. 1
  • Mashen
  • Meishan
  • Meo
  • Meshchovskaya porodnaya gruppa
  • Mi
  • Miami
  • Miélan
  • Min
  • Minisib
  • Minnesota Miniature
  • Minnesota No. 1
  • Minnesota No. 2
  • Minnesota No. 3
  • Minnesota No. 4
  • Mi-nung
  • Mkota
  • Moldavian Meat Type
  • Mong Cai
  • Montana No.
  • Montmorillonnais
  • Mora Romagnola
  • Moravka
  • Mou Cheed
  • Mou Kang
  • Mou Ladt
  • Mou Mong
  • Mulefoot
  • Mundi
  • Muong Khuong
  • Murgese
  • Muromskaya
  • Musclor
  • Nanjing Black
  • Nanyang Black
  • Native Lithuanian
  • Negra canaria
  • Negra Mallorquina
  • Neijiang
  • Nemska Landrace
  • New Guinea Native
  • New Haitian
  • New Huai
  • Nilo
  • Ningan
  • Ning-An
  • Ningxiang
  • Norsk Yorkshire
  • North Caucasus
  • North Fujian Black and White
  • O.I.C.
  • Ohmini
  • Old English
  • Old Swedish Spotted
  • Omskaya seraya porodnaya gruppa
  • Oxford Sandy and Black
  • Palatin
  • Palouse
  • Parmense
  • Pen Ar Lan P 77
  • Penbuk
  • Penshire P66
  • Pereira
  • Perugina
  • Philippine Native
  • Piau
  • Pie Noir du Pays Basque
  • Piégut
  • Pietrain
  • Pirapitinga
  • Pitman-Moore Miniature
  • Podol'skaya porodnaya gruppa
  • Polesskaya
  • Poltava
  • Porc De Dapaong
  • Porc de Saint Yriex
  • Porcul Ald de Banat
  • Porcul de Banat
  • Porcul negru de Dobrogea
  • Pridonskaya
  • Prisheksninskaya
  • Proligène 121
  • Proligène 321
  • Puang
  • Pugliese
  • Putian
  • Qingping
  • QM Hamline
  • Raad
  • Ras-N-Lansa
  • Red Hamprace
  • Red Wattle
  • Reggitana
  • Resavka
  • Riminese
  • Robuster
  • Rongchang
  • Rossa modenese
  • Rossoshanskaya chernopestraya corodnaya gruppa
  • Rostov
  • Ruijin
  • Russian Large White
  • Rychnovské
  • Samoan
  • Samólaco
  • Sampedreño
  • San Lazzaro
  • San Pierre
  • Sanjiang White
  • Schweizer Landrasse
  • Schweizerisches Edelschwein
  • Seghers Genetics, nucleus pigs
  • Semirechensk
  • Shahutou
  • Shanghai White
  • Shanxi Black
  • Shanzhu
  • Shawutou
  • Shaziling
  • Shenxian
  • Sibirskaya Chernopestraya
  • Sibirskaya Severnaya
  • Siciliano
  • Sinclair Miniature
  • Siska
  • Slovenske Ciernostrakaté
  • Small Black
  • Small White
  • Somo
  • Sortbroget
  • South China
  • South Type
  • South Yunnan Short-Eared
  • Spotted
  • Sri Lanka Native
  • Stocli
  • Strei
  • Subai
  • Suffolk
  • Suino delle Nebrodi e Madonie
  • Sumadija
  • Surány
  • Sussex
  • Svensk Yorkshire
  • Taichung
  • Taihu
  • Taiwan Small Red
  • Taiwan Small-ear
  • Tangzhui
  • Taoyuan
  • Tarskaya
  • Tatú
  • Taung Pig
  • Thuoc Nhieu
  • Tia Meslan P44
  • Tibetan
  • Tingshuanghsi
  • Tongcheng
  • Topigs 020
  • Topigs 030
  • Topigs 080
  • Tournayais
  • Tsivilskaya Porodnaya Gruppa
  • Tswana
  • Tuchang
  • Túmerzö
  • Turopoljska Svinja
  • Ukb-1
  • Ukrainian
  • Unhudo De Goias
  • Urzhumskaya
  • Valtellina
  • Veliki Jorkir
  • Venezuelan Black
  • Vich
  • Victoria
  • Vietnamese Pot Bellied
  • Vita Vet Lab Minipig
  • Wai Chow
  • Wannan Spotted
  • Wanzhe Spotted
  • WD20
  • Wei
  • Welsh
  • Wenzhan White
  • Wielka Biala Polska
  • Wild Boar
  • Willebrand
  • Windsnyer
  • Wuan Bei
  • Wujin
  • Wuyi Black
  • Wuzhishan
  • Xiang
  • Xiangcheng
  • Xiangxi Black
  • Xinjin
  • Yanan
  • Yangxin
  • Yili White
  • Yimeng Black
  • Yorks Blue and White
  • Yucatan Miniature
  • Yuedong Black
  • Yugoslav Spotted
  • Yujiang
  • Zaozhu
  • Zhongdong
  • Zlotnicka Biala
  • Zlotnicka Pstra
  • Zungo

Taxonomic Tree

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  • Domain: Eukaryota
  •     Kingdom: Metazoa
  •         Phylum: Chordata
  •             Subphylum: Vertebrata
  •                 Class: Mammalia
  •                     Order: Artiodactyla
  •                         Suborder: Suiformes
  •                             Family: Suidae
  •                                 Genus: Sus
  •                                     Species: Sus scrofa

Distribution Table

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The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report.

Continent/Country/RegionDistributionLast ReportedOriginFirst ReportedInvasiveReferenceNotes

Asia

CambodiaPresent,
ChinaPresent,
-BeijingPresent,
-FujianPresent,
-GansuPresent,
-GuangxiPresent,
-GuizhouPresent,
-HeilongjiangPresent,
-HenanPresent,
-HunanPresent,
-JiangxiPresent,
-ShanxiPresent,
-YunnanPresent,
-ZhejiangPresent,
IndiaPresent,
-Andhra PradeshPresent,
-AssamPresent,
-KarnatakaPresent,
-MeghalayaPresent,
-Uttar PradeshPresent,
IndonesiaPresent,
JapanPresent,
Korea, Republic ofPresent,
MalaysiaPresent,
NepalPresent,
PhilippinesPresent,
TaiwanPresent,
ThailandPresent,
TurkeyPresent,
UzbekistanPresent,
VietnamPresent,

Africa

CameroonPresent,
Congo Democratic RepublicPresent,
Côte d'IvoirePresent,
EgyptPresent,
GhanaPresent,
KenyaPresent,
NigeriaPresent,
Sao Tome and PrincipePresent,
South AfricaPresent,
TanzaniaPresent,
UgandaPresent,
ZambiaPresent,
ZimbabwePresent,

North America

CanadaPresent,
-OntarioPresent,
-SaskatchewanPresent,
MexicoPresent,
USAPresent,
-CaliforniaPresent,
-GeorgiaPresent,
-IllinoisPresent,
-IowaPresent,
-North CarolinaPresent,
-South CarolinaPresent,
-TennesseePresent,

Central America and Caribbean

Costa RicaPresent,
CubaPresent,
GuatemalaPresent,

South America

ArgentinaPresent,
BoliviaPresent,
BrazilPresent,
-ParanaPresent,
-Rio de JaneiroPresent,
-Rio Grande do SulPresent,
-Santa CatarinaPresent,
-Sao PauloPresent,
ChilePresent,
ColombiaPresent,
PeruPresent,
VenezuelaPresent,

Europe

AustriaPresent,
BelarusPresent,
BelgiumPresent,
BulgariaPresent,
CroatiaPresent,
Czech RepublicPresent,
DenmarkPresent,
EstoniaPresent,
FinlandPresent,
FrancePresent,
GermanyPresent,
HungaryPresent,
IcelandPresent,
IrelandPresent,
ItalyPresent,
LithuaniaPresent,
NetherlandsPresent,
NorwayPresent,
PolandPresent,
PortugalPresent,
RomaniaPresent,
Russian FederationPresent,
ScandinaviaPresent,
SlovakiaPresent,
SloveniaPresent,
SpainPresent,
SwedenPresent,
SwitzerlandPresent,
UKPresent,
UkrainePresent,
Western EuropePresent,
Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro)Present,

Oceania

AustraliaPresent,
-QueenslandPresent,
New ZealandPresent,
TokelauPresent,

Contributors

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11/08/10 Original text by:

CRCNPB Australia, CRC for National Plant Biosecurity, Canberra, Australia

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