The white-throated woodrat (Neotoma albigula) is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae. It is found from central Mexico north to Utah and Colorado in the United States. It is primarily a western species in the United States, extending from central Texas west to southeastern California. Populations east of the Rio Grande in New Mexico and Trans-Pecos Texas, previously considered to be variants of the white-throated woodrat, have since 1988 been assigned to the white-toothed woodrat (Neotoma leucodon).
- Missing all a feet
- Missing radius, tibia, and fibula
- Skull Length 4.3cm (1.7in)
- Skull Width 2.4cm (0.9in)
- Skull Height 2cm (0.8in)