Mus is a subgenus of the rodent genus Mus.
- Little Indian field mouse, Mus booduga (Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, southern Nepal, central Myanmar)
- Ryukyu mouse, Mus caroli (Ryukyu islands, Taiwan and southern China to Thailand; introduced in Malaysia and western Indonesia)
- Fawn-colored mouse, Mus cervicolor (Northern India to Vietnam; introduced to Sumatra and Java)
- Cook's mouse, Mus cookii (Southern and northeastern India and Nepal to Vietnam)
- Cypriot mouse, Mus cypriacus (Cyprus)
- Servant mouse, Mus famulus (Southwestern India)
- Sheath-tailed mouse, Mus fragilicauda (Thailand and Laos)
- Macedonian mouse, Mus macedonicus (Balkans to Israel and Iran)
- House mouse, Mus musculus (introduced worldwide)
- Mus nitidulus (Central Myanmar)
- Steppe mouse, Mus spicilegus (Austria to southern Ukraine and Greece)
- Algerian mouse, Mus spretus (Southern France, Iberian Peninsula, Balearic Islands, Morocco to Tunisia)
- Earth-colored mouse, Mus terricolor (India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan; introduced to Sumatra)
The following phylogeny of Mus is from Lundrigan et al. (2002).