Bettongia


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We examined the effects of mammal foraging on the availability of soil nutrients, using diggings made by the brush-tailed bettong or woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi) as a model.
Christensen PES (1980) The biology of Bettongia penicillata (Gray 1837) and Macropus eugenii (Desmarest 1817) in relation to fire.
Delroy LB, Earl J, Radbone I, Robinson AC, Hewett M (1986) The breeding biology and re-establishment of the brush-tailed bettong, Bettongia penicillata, in South Australia.
The potential for degradation of landscape function and cultural values following the extinction of mitika (Bettongia lesueur) in Central Australia.
Other medium-sized native species such as Tasmanian Bettong Bettongia gaimardi, Eastern Quoll Dasyurus viverrinus and Spot-tailed Quoll Dasyurus maculatus have also historically been recorded in the Dandenong Valley (Wallis 1994).
Rose RW (1986) The Habitat, Distribution and Conservation Status of the Tasmanian Bettong, Bettongia Gaimardi (Desmarest).
dasyurids Bandicoots 1 2 2 1 3 1 4 4 1 5 3 6 2 1 7 4 2 8 2 9 1 10 1 3 11 1 2 1 12 1 2 3 13 1 14 1 3 15 1 3 16 1 2 1 17 1 1 1 18 1 19 1 1 20 4 21 1 1 22 1 23 3 2 24 1 1 Total 8 34 29 Total burnt 1 % burnt 2.9 Bettongia Spit Trichosurus sp.
The number of turns of the cochlea (sensu West, 1985) in adults are as follows: Didelphimorphia; Caluromys philander 2.4, Diprotodontia; Bettongia penicillata 2.4, Dendrolagus sp.
ON the Heirisson Prong Peninsula, scientists and wildlife managers are fighting an ongoing battle to protect from predators reintroduced populations of the burrowing bettong Bettongia lesueur, and western barred bandicoot Perameles bougainville.
Desert Bettong Bettongia anhydra, Central Hare-wallaby (Kuluwarri) Lagorchestes asomatus, Short-tailed Hoppingmouse Notomys amplus, Darling Downs Hopping-mouse N.
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.
Recognised animals include: mammals with a live body weight of 1-3 kg (probably bettongs (Bettongia sp.) and bandicoots); medium sized mammals <5 kg in weight; Shingle Back (or Sleepy) lizards (Trachydosus sp.); Emu (Dromaius sp.); fresh water mussel; other small reptiles and birds (Richards et al.