High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Juliomys anoblepas is a rodent in the genus Juliomys of the subfamily Sigmodontinae known from a single broken skull. The specimen was collected by Peter Wilhelm Lund in the caves of Lagoa Santa in Minas Gerais, Brazil, in the first half of the 19th century and described by Herluf Winge in 1887 as Calomys anoblepas. The species remained unstudied and its affinities unclear until 2011, when it was recognized as a member of the genus Juliomys, which includes three other species from southern Brazil and nearby Argentina and Paraguay. J.anoblepas is probably a distinctive extinct species of the genus, which is no longer found in Lagoa Santa.