Bunkers woodrat (Neotoma bunkeri)

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Type specimen of a male Bunkers woodrat (bottom). This is the only adult male specimen known to exist. A male Neotoma lepida ravida specimen (top) from the closest mainland population is shown for scale.
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Type specimen of a male Bunkers woodrat (bottom). This is the only adult male specimen known to exist. A male Neotoma lepida ravida specimen (top)  from the closest mainland population is shown for scale.  
Type specimen of a male Bunkers woodrat (bottom). This is the only adult male specimen known to exist. A male Neotoma lepida ravida specimen (top) from the closest mainland population is shown for scale.

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