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This article is about a rodent species. For the beetle genus, see Lamia textor. For other uses, see Lamia.
The lamia (Chiruromys lamia), also known as the broad-headed tree mouse, is found chiefly in southeastern New Guinea. It is arboreal, living in hollow tree nests, and is found at elevations of 1,200–2,300 metres (3,900–7,500 ft).
- R. Leary; D. Wright; S. Hamilton; R. Singadan; J. Menzies; F. Bonaccorso; K. Helgen; L. Seri; A. Allison & K. Aplin (2008). "Chiruromys lamia". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2012.1. International Union for Conservation of Nature. Retrieved July 15, 2012.
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