As alluded to in the newly-completed photographic guide to Xenarthrans and Pangolins, and more explicitly announced in the overall index for the mammalian photographic guide project, I have decided to do a final little postscript to the project, a photographic index of mammalian families. This will simply comprise a post for each extant mammalian family, comprising (where possible) at least one photograph depicting a member of said family. If a family is particularly speciose or contains a wide degree of morphological variety, this number will be rather more. The species used to illustrate each family will be selected on a floating basis of how representative they are of the members of a family, how unusual they are in terms of the members of a family, personal soft spots, conservation importance, and so forth It is worth noting that in order to reduce the number of potential gaps, I will be breaking my usual habit and where required shall use photographs of skeletal or taxidermy material. This thread will, therefore, hopefully provide both a one-glance summary of which mammalian families are represented within the gallery by living taxa, which are represented only by mounted material or similar, and which are entirely unrepresented...... along with acting as a nice little postscript to the aforementioned project, and an excuse for me to look for nice photographs of interesting species which in many cases may not have been used in prior threads!