Occlusal views of right upper toothrows in several oryzomyines which inhabit Ecuadorian montane forests: Mindomys sp. nov. (a MECN 5809), Euryoryzomys macconnelli (b MUSM 27054), Nephelomys auriventer (c MECN 3797), Tanyuromys thomasleei (d MECN 3407), Oecomys superans (e MECN 3371), and Sigmodontomys alfari (f MECN 6021). Figures are not to scale to facilitate comparisons.

  Part of: Brito J, Koch C, Tinoco N, Pardiñas UFJ (2022) A new species of Mindomys (Rodentia, Cricetidae) with remarks on external traits as indicators of arboreality in sigmodontine rodents. Evolutionary Systematics 6(1): 35-55. https://doi.org/10.3897/evolsyst.6.76879