Rodents are animals that gnaw with two continuously growing incisors. Forty percent of mammal species are rodents, and they inhabit every continent except Antarctica.

Rattus norvegicus

This list contains 2,276 species in 489 genera in the order Rodentia.[1]

Suborder Hystricomorpha edit

Family Ctenodactylidae edit

Family Diatomyidae edit

Family Bathyergidae edit

Family Heterocephalidae edit

Family Hystricidae edit

Family Petromuridae edit

Family Thryonomyidae edit

Family Erethizontidae edit

Subfamily Chaetomyinae edit

Subfamily Erethizontinae edit

Family Chinchillidae edit

Family Dinomyidae edit

Family Caviidae edit

Subfamily Caviinae edit

Subfamily Dolichotinae edit

Subfamily Hydrochoerinae edit

Family Dasyproctidae edit

Family Cuniculidae edit

Cuniculus paca

Family Ctenomyidae edit


Family Octodontidae edit

Octodon degus

Family Abrocomidae edit

Family Echimyidae edit

Hoplomys gymnurus

Subfamily Dactylomyinae edit

Subfamily Echimyinae edit

Diplomys caniceps

Subfamily Eumysopinae edit

Mesomys hispidus female

Subfamily Heteropsomyinae edit

Capromys pilorides

Subfamily Capromyinae (hutias) edit

Tribe Capromyini edit
Tribe Plagiodontini edit
Tribe Isolobodontini edit
Tribe Hexolobodontini edit

Family Heptaxodontidae edit

Subfamily Clidomyinae edit

Subfamily Heptaxodontinae edit

Family Myocastoridae edit

Suborder Anomaluromorpha edit

Aethurus glirinus

Family Anomaluridae edit

Subfamily Anomalurinae edit

Subfamily Zenkerellinae edit

Family Pedetidae edit

Suborder Sciuromorpha edit

Family Aplodontidae edit

Family Sciuridae edit

Subfamily Ratufinae edit

Subfamily Sciurillinae edit

Subfamily Sciurinae edit

Tribe Sciurini edit
Tribe Pteromyini edit

Subfamily Callosciurinae edit

Subfamily Xerinae edit

Tribe Xerini edit
Tribe Protoxerini edit
Tribe Marmotini edit

Family Gliridae edit

Subfamily Graphiurinae edit

Subfamily Leithiinae edit

Subfamily Glirinae edit

Suborder Castorimorpha edit

Family Castoridae edit

Family Geomyidae edit

Family Heteromyidae edit

Subfamily Dipodomyinae edit

Dipodomys ordi

Subfamily Heteromyinae edit

Subfamily Perognathinae edit

Chaetodipus baileyi

Suborder Myomorpha edit

Family Dipodidae edit

Subfamily Allactaginae edit

Subfamily Cardiocraniinae edit

Subfamily Dipodinae edit

Subfamily Euchoreutinae edit

Subfamily Sicistinae edit

Subfamily Zapodinae edit

Family Platacanthomyidae edit

Family Spalacidae edit

Subfamily Myospalacinae edit

Subfamily Rhizomyinae edit

Subfamily Tachyoryctinae edit

Subfamily Spalacinae edit

Family Calomyscidae edit

Family Nesomyidae edit

Subfamily Petromyscinae edit

Subfamily Delanymyinae edit

Subfamily Dendromurinae edit

Subfamily Mystromyinae edit

Subfamily Cricetomyinae edit

Subfamily Nesomyinae edit

Family Cricetidae edit

Subfamily Lophiomyinae edit

Lophiomys imhausi

Subfamily Cricetinae edit

Subfamily Arvicolinae edit

Subfamily Tylomyinae edit

Tribe Nyctomyini edit
Tribe Tylomyini edit

Subfamily Neotominae edit

Subfamily Sigmodontinae edit

Sigmodon hispidus
Tribe Abrotrichini edit
Tribe Akodontini edit
Tribe Ichthyomyini edit
Tribe Oryzomyini edit
Tribe Phyllotini edit
Tribe Reithrodontini edit
Tribe Sigmodontini edit
Tribe Thomasomyini edit

Family Muridae edit

Lophuromys sikapusi
Otomys sloggetti
Otomys irroratus

Subfamily Leimacomyinae edit

Subfamily Deomyinae edit

Subfamily Otomyinae edit

Parotomys brantsii

Subfamily Gerbillinae edit

Subfamily Murinae edit

See also edit

References edit

  1. ^ Wilson, D. E.; Reeder, D. M., eds. (2005). Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference (3rd ed.). Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 978-0-8018-8221-0. OCLC 62265494.