Abrothrix longipilis (rodent)

Mass: 38.5 g based on CortÚs et al. 2000, Figueroa Rojas et al. 2003, Kelt 1994, and Rau et al. 1981

Abundance: 1.01 to 56.83% (median 18.84%)

Latitudinal range: -46.6° to -30.7°

Habitats: Mediterranean woodland (2), desert/xeric shrubland (1), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (2), temperate savanna (4)

Found in 9 samples

Argentina: Sierras de Tecka, Estancia La Mimosa, Arroyo Pescado, East of Bariloche

Chile: Valle de la Picada (425 m), General Carrera Lake (shrub-pasture), Burca, Fray Jorge National Park, Dichato

Size measurements:
body mass52.6 gN = 5CortÚs et al. 2000
body mass29.7 gN = 1Figueroa Rojas et al. 2003
body mass36.23 gN = 24Kelt 1994
body mass38.99 gN = 12Rau et al. 1981
total body length189.83 mmN = 24Kelt 1994
♀ head and body length110 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
♂ head and body length110 mmN = 1Thomas 1903
♂ head and body length97 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
♀ tail length72 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
♂ tail length77 mmN = 1Thomas 1903
♂ tail length68 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
tail length82.65 mmN = 24Kelt 1994
♀ hind foot length22.5 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
♂ hind foot length24 mmN = 1Thomas 1903
♂ hind foot length23.5 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
hind foot length25.10 mmN = 24Kelt 1994
♀ ear length16 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
♂ ear length14 mmN = 1Thomas 1903
♂ ear length17 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
ear length16.33 mmN = 24Kelt 1994
♀ skull length29 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
♂ skull length27.5 mmN = 1Thomas 1903
♂ skull length29 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
skull length28.33 mmN = 24Kelt 1994
♀ condyloincisive length26 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
♂ condyloincisive length25.8 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
♀ skull width14 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
♂ skull width14 mmN = 1Thomas 1903
♂ skull width14.2 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
skull width13.45 mmN = 24Kelt 1994
♀ upper tooth row length4.2 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
♂ upper tooth row length3.4 mmN = 1Thomas 1903
♂ upper tooth row length4.1 mmN = 1Thomas 1919
upper tooth row length4.18 mmN = 24Kelt 1994
lower tooth row length4.44 mmN = 24Kelt 1994

See also Abrothrix, Abrothrix andina, Abrothrix olivaceus, Abrothrix sanborni, Abrothrix sp., Abrothrix xanthorhinus