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Chaetodipus (coarse-haired pocket mice)

Wikipedia Abstract

Chaetodipus is a genus of pocket mouse containing 17 species endemic to the United States and Mexico. Like other members of their family such as pocket mice in the genus Perognathus, they are more closely related to pocket gophers than to true mice.
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Species

Chaetodipus arenarius (little desert pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus artus (narrow-skulled pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus baileyi (Bailey's pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus californicus (California pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus dalquesti (Dalquest's pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus eremicus (eastern desert pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus fallax (San Diego pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus formosus (long-tailed pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus goldmani (Goldman's pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus hispidus (hispid pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus intermedius (rock pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus lineatus (lined pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus nelsoni (Nelson's pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus penicillatus (desert pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus pernix (Sinaloan pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus rudinoris (Baja pocket mouse) (Attributes)
Chaetodipus siccus
Chaetodipus spinatus (spiny pocket mouse) (Attributes)

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