New Guinea rats

Rattus

        • SuborderMyomorphamice, rats, gerbils, and relatives
          • FamilyMuridaeOld World mice and rats, gerbils, whistling rats, and relatives
            • SubfamilyMurinaeOld World rats and mice
                • SpeciesRattus adustussunburned rat
                • SpeciesRattus andamanensisIndochinese forest rat
                • SpeciesRattus annandaleiAnnandale's rat
                • SpeciesRattus arfakiensisVogelkop mountain rat
                • SpeciesRattus argentiventerrice-field rat
                • SpeciesRattus arrogansWestern New Guinea mountain rat
                • SpeciesRattus baluensissummit rat
                • SpeciesRattus blangorumAceh rat
                • SpeciesRattus bontanusBonthain rat
                • SpeciesRattus burrusnonsense rat
                • SpeciesRattus collettidusky rat
                • SpeciesRattus elaphinusSula rat
                • SpeciesRattus enganusEnggano rat
                • SpeciesRattus everettiPhilippine forest rat
                • SpeciesRattus exulansPolynesian rat
                • SpeciesRattus feliceusspiny Ceram rat
                • SpeciesRattus fuscipesbush rat
                • SpeciesRattus giluwensisGiluwe rat
                • SpeciesRattus hainaldiHainald's rat
                • SpeciesRattus hoffmanniHoffmann's rat
                • SpeciesRattus hoogerwerfiHoogerwerf's rat
                • SpeciesRattus jobiensisJapen rat
                • SpeciesRattus koopmaniKoopman's rat
                • SpeciesRattus korinchiKorinch's rat
                • SpeciesRattus leucopusCape York rat
                • SpeciesRattus losealesser rice-field rat
                • SpeciesRattus lugensMentawai rat
                • SpeciesRattus lutreolusAustralian swamp rat
                • SpeciesRattus macleariMaclear's rat
                • SpeciesRattus marmosurusopossum rat
                • SpeciesRattus mindorensisMindoro black rat
                • SpeciesRattus mollicomuluslittle soft-furred rat
                • SpeciesRattus montanusNillu rat
                • SpeciesRattus mordaxeastern rat
                • SpeciesRattus morotaiensisMolaccan prehensile-tailed rat
                • SpeciesRattus nativitatisbulldog rat
                • SpeciesRattus niobeEastern New Guinea mountain rat
                • SpeciesRattus nitidusHimalayan field rat
                • SpeciesRattus novaeguineaeNew Guinean rat
                • SpeciesRattus omichlodesArianus' New Guinea mountain rat
                • SpeciesRattus osgoodiOsgood's rat
                • SpeciesRattus palmarumpalm rat
                • SpeciesRattus pelurusPeleng rat
                • SpeciesRattus pocockiPocock's New Guinea highland rat
                • SpeciesRattus praetorspiny rat
                • SpeciesRattus pyctorisHimalayan rat
                • SpeciesRattus ranjiniaeKerala rat
                • SpeciesRattus rattushouse rat
                • SpeciesRattus richardsoniRichardson's New Guinea mountain rat
                • SpeciesRattus saloccoSoutheastern Xanthurus rat
                • SpeciesRattus sanilaNew Ireland rat
                • SpeciesRattus sataraeSahyadris forest rat
                • SpeciesRattus simalurensisSimalur rat
                • SpeciesRattus sordidusdusky field rat
                • SpeciesRattus steiniStein's rat
                • SpeciesRattus stoicusAndaman rat
                • SpeciesRattus tanezumiTanezumi rat
                • SpeciesRattus tawitawiensisTawi-tawi forest rat
                • SpeciesRattus timorensisTimor rat
                • SpeciesRattus tiomanicusMalayan field rat
                • SpeciesRattus tunneyipale field rat
                • SpeciesRattus vandeuseniVan Deusen's New Guinea mountain rat
                • SpeciesRattus verecundusNew Guinea slender rat
                • SpeciesRattus villosissimuslong-haired rat
                • SpeciesRattus xanthurusyellow-tailed rat
 
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