Currently, I only have a raccoon (and an “american raccoon?” - I think a crab-eating raccoon) on an odd old Chinese/English animal book.
I’ll be honest, I know damn near nothing about most of the offshoot Carnivora families, including the Procyonidae. The last I read about them was when the Red Panda was “officially” moved to its own family (though people had thought it was only somewhat morphologically similar to the Procyonidae and as such misclassified for quite a while).
Seems like these days, molecular genetics is moving to challenge the morphological phylogeny that was already challenging the previously-accepted taxonomical organization…it’s a complicated family with lots of debate and hardly any attention paid to it since the removal of the Ailurinae from the monophyletic family.
Anyway, I have some Procyonidae, and a Procyon or two in here.
Anyone interested in the Procyonidae phylogeny debate should read this paper - even if you don’t know molecular biology, the different cladograms and conclusions are very interesting.