Antechinuses

Antechinuses

Order : Dasyuromorphia
Family : Dasyuridae
Genus : Antechinus

 

Animals in the genus Antechinus

Fawn antechinus
Yellow-footed antechinus
Brown antechinus
Dusky antechinus
Facts about the genus Antechinus, the antechinuses

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The Antechinus is notorious for its short and intense single mating season.

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The Yellow-footed Antechinus is the most widespread of antechinuses and occurs from North-eastern Queensland to South-western Western Australia in habitats ranging from tropical forests to swamps and dry mulga country. (Full text)

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The Dusky Antechinus is found only on the east cost of Australia and Tasmania, living in mainly mountainous areas with dense understorey of ferns and scrubs. (Full text)

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The antechinus group has shrunk considerably in recent years: study of the small marsupial carnivores has led to the realisation that many of the species once classified as "antechinuses" are not as closely related as once thought. (Full text)

The antechinus group has shrunk considerably in recent years: study of the small marsupial carnivores has led to the realisation that many of the species once classified as "antechinuses" are not as closely related as once thought.

The antechinus group has shrunk considerably in recent years: study of the small marsupial carnivores has led to the realisation that many of the species once classified as "antechinuses" are not as closely related as once thought. (Full text)

Photo Ken Stepnell, DEC Phascogales and their close relatives the antechinuses are well known for the early death of the males, worn out by the frenetic breeding season.

Predator pressure: Once foliage has been destroyed, small mammals like bush rats and antechinuses are exposed to predatory birds like owls and ground predators like foxes and cats.

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