The Kachin red-backed vole is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae. It is found in Kachin State in northern Burma. Although described as a species by Thomas in 1921, it was subsequently included as a subspecies of either E. melanogaster or E. miletus. Comparisons of a 1941 sampling showed that E. cachinus was indeed a separate species.
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