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  (Heritage ID)   Scientific Name Status National Occurrence in Latin American and the Caribbean
  Common Name Heritage IUCN CITES
Mammalia, Rodentia, Muridae
2.642167 Thomasomys kalinowskii
   Kalinowsky's Oldfield Mouse
GU      Countries: PE
2.642168 Thomasomys ladewi
   Ladew's Oldfield Mouse
GU      Countries: BO
2.642169 Thomasomys laniger
   Butcher Oldfield Mouse
G5      Countries: CO, VE
2.641139 Thomasomys macrotis
   Big-eared Oldfield Mouse
G2G4      Countries: PE
2.642170 Thomasomys monochromos
   Unicolored Oldfield Mouse
G5 NT    Countries: CO
2.642181 Thomasomys niveipes
   Snow-footed Oldfield Mouse
G5      Countries: CO
2.642171 Thomasomys notatus
   Distinguished Oldfield Mouse
GU NT    Countries: PE
2.641210 Thomasomys onkiro
   An Oldfield Mouse
GNR      Countries: PE
2.642173 Thomasomys oreas
   Montane Oldfield Mouse
GU      Countries: BO, PE
2.642174 Thomasomys paramorum
   Paramo Oldfield Mouse
G5      Countries: EC
2.642176 Thomasomys pyrrhonotus
   Thomas's Oldfield Mouse
GU      Countries: EC, PE
2.642177 Thomasomys rhoadsi
   Rhoads's Oldfield Mouse
G5      Countries: EC
2.642178 Thomasomys rosalinda
   Rosalinda's Oldfield Mouse
GU      Countries: PE
2.642182 Thomasomys silvestris
   Forest Oldfield Mouse
GNR      Countries: EC
2.642179 Thomasomys taczanowskii
   Taczanowski's Oldfield Mouse
G5      Countries: BO, PE
2.784102 Thomasomys ucucha
   An Oldfield Mouse
GNR      Countries: EC
2.642180 Thomasomys vestitus
   Dressy Oldfield Mouse
GU      Countries: VE
2.642185 Tylomys bullaris
   Chiapan Climbing Rat
G2 CR    Countries: MX
2.641211 Tylomys fulviventer
   A Climbing Rat
GNR NT    Countries: PA
2.642186 Tylomys mirae
   Mira Climbing Rat
G4      Countries: CO, EC
2.642187 Tylomys nudicaudus
   Peters's Climbing Rat
G4      Countries: BZ, GT, HN, MX, NI, SV
2.641212 Tylomys panamensis
   Panama Climbing Rat
GNR VU    Countries: PA
2.642188 Tylomys tumbalensis
   Tumbala Climbing Rat
GU CR    Countries: MX
2.642189 Tylomys watsoni
   Watson's Climbing Rat
G3      Countries: CR, PA
2.642190 Wiedomys pyrrhorhinos
   Red-nosed Mouse
G4      Countries: BR
2.642172 Wilfredomys oenax
   Greater Wilfred's Mouse
G4      Countries: BR, UY
2.642191 Xenomys nelsoni
   Magdelena Rat
GNR NT    Countries: MX
2.642193 Zygodontomys brevicauda
   Short-tailed Cane Rat
G5      Countries: BR, CO, CR, GF, GY, PA, SR, TT, VE
2.642192 Zygodontomys brunneus
   Brown Cane Rat
G1      Countries: CO
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