Dasyurus viverrinus

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Synonyms for Dasyurus viverrinus

carnivorous arboreal cat-like marsupials of Australia and Tasmania


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Ecology of the eastern quoll Dasyurus viverrinus, (Dasyuridae: Marsupialia).
Some aspects of predatory behaviour of the quoll, Dasyurus viverrinus (Marsupialia: Dasyuridae).
Sus scrofa KK Smith/DUCEC: 13 mm-43 mm KS 186, KS 187, KS 180, KS 189, KS stages 19-25 190, KS 191, KS 192, KS 199, KS 200, KS 198 Tupaia javanica Hubrecht Laboratory: stages 14-[greater than]24 Tupaia 286a, Tupaia 270, Tupaia 285b, Tupaia 48b, Tupaia 45c, Tupaia 277b, Tupaia 278a, Tupaia 275a, Tupaia 280a, Tupaia 279, Tupaia 310a, Tupaia 310b, Tupaia 102a, Tupaia 291a, Tu- paia 576, Tupaia 568a, Tupaia 308a, Tupaia 303a, Tupaia 567a, Tupaia 309, Tupaia 58a, Tupaia 565a, Tupaia 564, Tupaia 260 Metatheria Dasyurus viverrinus Hubrecht Laboratory: 4.
Plausible candidates for reintroduction include the Eastern Bettong Bettongia gaimardi, Woylie Bettongia penicillata, Tasmanian Pademelon Thylogale billardieri, Bridled Nailtail Wallaby Onychogalea fraenata, Eastern Quoll Dasyurus viverrinus, and--perhaps more controversially --Tasmanian Devil Sarcophilus harrisii.
Roadkill has also been implicated in the population decline of the Swamp Wallaby Wallabia bicolor in Royal National Park, NSW (Ramp and Ben-Ami 2006), and the Eastern Quoll Dasyurus viverrinus, and Tasmanian Devil Sarcophilus harrisii after a road upgrade in Tasmania (Jones 2000).
Species Common name Scientific name Status (Victoria) Spot-tailed Quoll Dasyurus maculatus Fragmented, endangered Eastern Quoll Dasyurus viverrinus Regionally extinct (extant in Tasmania) Western Quoll Dasyurus geoffroii Regionally extinct (extant in WA where threatened) Tasmanian Devil Sarcophilus harrisii Restricted to (could be Tasmania where considered a threatened top predator) Laughing Dacelo novaegineae Widespread, secure Kookaburra Table 3.