- family Macropodidae, Macropodidae - kangaroos; wallabies.
- Fertile Hybrids in Two Genera of Wallabies: Petrogale and Thylogale
- conspeclflc, but with different karyotypes.
- Growth of the Red-Bellied Pademelon, Thylogale billardierii, and
- Thylogale billardierii, and. Age Estimation of Pouch Young. R.
- THYLOGALE WALKING TRACK QLD
- THYLOGALE WALKING TRACK QLD. BRISBANE FOREST PARK 8 KM 3 HRS MEDIUM (220 M ASCENT & DESCENT).
- A new species of <i>Thylogale</i> (Marsupialia: Macropodidae
- A new species of Thylogale (Marsupialia: Macropodidae) from Mapala . Thylogale available, and approaches that of Dorcopsutus vanheurni.
- Germaine Greer's rainforest: a carnival of wild creatures in Cave Creek
- We have two kinds, the red-necked pademelon (Thylogale thetis), and the red-legged (T. stigmaticus). They look very similar in illustrations, but they behave very differently.
- Pademelon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Tasmanian Pademelon (Thylogale billardierii), Mt Field National Park A pademelon is any of seven species of small marsupials of the genus Thylogale.
- Thylogale Nature Refuge - Rainforest Marsupials Birds
- May 3, 2010 Thylogale is a private rainforest wildlife sanctuary situated in the mountains to the west of Port Douglas in North Queensland Australia.
- Thylogale billardierii (Tasmanian Pademelon, Red-bellied
- Thylogale billardierii. Status_ne_off Status_dd_off Status_lc_on Scientific Name: Thylogale billardierii. Species Authority: (Desmarest, 1822).
Thylogale is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Thylogale books and related discussion.
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