Warks Road Antechinus

Subject: Warks Road Antechinus
From: "Brett Howland" <>
Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 15:31:49 +1100 (EST)
I agree us uni students should know about local species but the problem is
you never actually do field work on native mammals.

NSW parks information on these Dasyurids is very poor. The only species
recorded is the brindebellas is the Dusky antechinus.. I have a felling
the yellow-footed woudl also be there but the lack of trapping in these
regions means we really dont know...

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for inforamtion on native speices distributions

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