|Sri Lankan spotted chevrotain|
|Sri Lanka spotted chevrotain at Field Museum, mounted specimen|
( Erxleben, 1777)
Moschus meminna Erxleben, 1777
Moschiola meminna is a species of even-toed ungulate in the chevrotain family (Tragulidae). Particularly in the old literature, M. meminna often refers to the spotted chevrotains as a whole. Today, the name is increasingly restricted to the Sri Lankan spotted chevrotain or white-spotted chevrotain, with the Indian spotted chevrotain M. indica  and/or the yellow-striped chevrotain M. kathygre treated as distinct species.
Head and body length in the species typically is 55–60 cm. It is dull brown in color with three or four dotted white stripes going longitudinally along flank.