This thread is a continuation of The Zoochat Photographic Guide to Rodents: part one There are approximately 2400 species in the Order Rodentia, divided between five Suborders. The first four Suborders - Sciuromorpha, Anomaluromorpha, Castorimorpha, and Hystricomorpha - were covered in the previous thread. The final Suborder, the subject of this thread, is Myomorpha which contains about 1680 species. Part one: Suborder Sciuromorpha (c.320 spp) Suborder Anomaluromorpha (9 spp) Suborder Castorimorpha (c.100 spp) Suborder Hystricomorpha (c.300 spp) Part two: Suborder Myomorpha (c.1680 spp) There was a fairly good representation of photographs for part one - over half the genera and about a quarter of the individual species were represented by photographs - but part two is much less favourable as it is largely composed of rats and mice which are rarely kept in zoos and rarely photographed in the wild. For the most part I will probably forego the inclusion of subspecies due to the sheer number of species and the taxonomic complexities. For those species which are represented by photographs I will endeavour to sort out the subspecies, but for the un-depicted species I will mostly leave them as simple lists.