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Sminthopsis

Genus Sminthopsis. †S. floravillensis Archer, 1982; S.

Sminthopsis is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Sminthopsis books and related discussion.

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BUTLER'S DUNNART Sminthopsis butleri
THREATENED SPECIES OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. BUTLER'S DUNNART. Sminthopsis butleri.
LONG-TAILED DUNNART Sminthopsis longicaudata
THREATENED SPECIES OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY.
Julia Creek Dunnart Sminthopsis douglasi
and breathes through its skin! The mother carries her young in a tiny fold of belly skin that works as a pouch.
Submitted as a note to Australian Mammalogy Sandhill dunnarts
Sandhill dunnarts (Sminthopsis psammophila) show little differentiation between populations from South Australia and Western Australia. GAIKHORST G.
Daily torpor in a pregnant dunnart (Sminthopsis macroura
Short communication. Daily torpor in a pregnant dunnart (Sminthopsis macroura. Dasyuridae: Marsupialia).

Suggested News Resources

Outsmarting cane toads: lessons from a small marsupial
2 Webb, Jonathan K., Pearson, David, and Shine, Richard (2011) A small dasyurid predator (Sminthopsis virginiae) rapidly learns to avoid a toxic invader. Wildlife Research 38, 726–731.

Suggested Web Resources

Dunnart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dunnarts are furry narrow-footed marsupials the size of a mouse, members of the genus Sminthopsis. They are mainly insectivorous.
Fat-tailed Dunnart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sminthopsis psammophila (Sandhill Dunnart, Large Desert
Scientific Name: Sminthopsis psammophila.
ADW: Sminthopsis macroura: Information
Sminthopsis psammophila - ARKive
Learn more about the Large desert marsupial-mouse - with amazing Large desert marsupial-mouse photos and facts on ARKive.

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