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Star-nosed Mole
Condylura cristata

Unmistakable, snout has 22 fleshy, tentacle-like appendages surrounding the nostrils. Pelage is dens… read more

Shrew-mole
Neurotrichus gibbsii

Smallest of the moles, with a short thick tail. Not as well adapted for life underground as other mo… read more

Hairy-tailed Mole
Parascalops breweri

Fleshy tail densely haired, constricted at base, and less than one quarter of total length. Stiff ha… read more

Eastern Mole
Scalopus aquaticus

Tail is longer and less hairy than other moles in its range. Foretoes have webbing between them, hen… read more

Broad-footed Mole
Scapanus latimanus

Hairiest tail of western moles. The snout is shorter and broader than other moles, and the unicuspid… read more

Coast Mole
Scapanus orarius

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Townsend's Mole
Scapanus townsendii

Larger than all other moles in North America. Hindfoot exceeds 24mm; tail not as hairy as Broad-foot… read more

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