- Dasycercus and re-assigned the species to the brush-tailed mulgara D.
- BRUSH-TAILED MULGARA (MULGARA) Dasycercus blythi
- Dasycercus blythi. Conservation status. Australia: Vulnerable (as D.
- The species of Dasycercus Peters, 1875 (Marsupialia: Dasyuridae)
- assigned to the genus Dasycercus Peters, 1875; three concern us here. The first of two genetically distinct forms of Dasycercus, referred to as. D.
- 66679 - Approved Conservation Advice for Dasycercus byrnei
- Dasycercus byrnei, Family Dasyuridae, also known as the Kowari, is a small grey carnivorous marsupial with a characteristic tail with a thick black “brush” tip.
- Sardines on the menu for desert-dwelling mulgara - Charles Darwin University
- PhD candidate Jenny Molyneux will use the sardines as part of a strategy to recapture several brush-tailed mulgara (Dasycercus blythi) among the spinifex on Newhaven Wildlife Sanctuary in the Great Sandy Desert, 360km north-west of Alice Springs.
- ADW: Dasycercus cristicauda: Pictures
- Vertebrata Class Mammalia Order Dasyuromorphia Family Dasyuridae Subfamily Dasyurinae Species Dasycercus cristicauda.
- Mulgara - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Mulgaras are the two species in the genus Dasycercus.
- Dasycercus cristicauda (Crest-tailed Mulgara, Mulgara)
- Scientific Name: Dasycercus cristicauda. Species Authority: (Krefft, 1867).
- ARKive - Crest-tailed mulgara videos, photos and facts - Dasycercus
- Learn more about the Crest-tailed mulgara - with amazing Crest-tailed mulgara videos, photos and facts on ARKive.
- Dasycercus cristicauda — Mulgara
- Dec 6, 2010 Dasycercus cristicauda — Mulgara. Glossary.
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