genus

Pseudantechinus

6 species

The list of species of Pseudantechinus genus

The genus Pseudantechinus are members of the order Dasyuromorphia. They are often called false antechinuses, although this genus includes the sandstone dibbler, which was previously assigned to a different genus.

  • Sandstone dibbler, Pseudantechinus bilarni
  • Fat-tailed false antechinus, Pseudantechinus macdonnellensis
  • Alexandria false antechinus, Pseudantechinus mimulus
  • Ningbing false antechinus, Pseudantechinus ningbing
  • Rory Cooper's false antechinus, Pseudantechinus roryi
  • Woolley's false antechinus, Pseudantechinus woolleyae

The P. macdonellensis is commonly found in the rocky environments of Central Australia.

The P. mimulus is endemic to Australia. More specifically, they are restricted to Sir Edward Pellew Group (Northern Territory), Centre and Southwest Islands, and two locations near Queensland. In the 1988 census of the territories, the species was found in the Centre and South West Islands, but in the 2003 census it was not located. It is believed that the P. mimulus stile resides within that area, but is yet to be confirmed. In addition, the habitat in which the species resides in is a rocky one with scattered trees and wood.

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The list of species of Pseudantechinus genus

The genus Pseudantechinus are members of the order Dasyuromorphia. They are often called false antechinuses, although this genus includes the sandstone dibbler, which was previously assigned to a different genus.

  • Sandstone dibbler, Pseudantechinus bilarni
  • Fat-tailed false antechinus, Pseudantechinus macdonnellensis
  • Alexandria false antechinus, Pseudantechinus mimulus
  • Ningbing false antechinus, Pseudantechinus ningbing
  • Rory Cooper's false antechinus, Pseudantechinus roryi
  • Woolley's false antechinus, Pseudantechinus woolleyae

The P. macdonellensis is commonly found in the rocky environments of Central Australia.

The P. mimulus is endemic to Australia. More specifically, they are restricted to Sir Edward Pellew Group (Northern Territory), Centre and Southwest Islands, and two locations near Queensland. In the 1988 census of the territories, the species was found in the Centre and South West Islands, but in the 2003 census it was not located. It is believed that the P. mimulus stile resides within that area, but is yet to be confirmed. In addition, the habitat in which the species resides in is a rocky one with scattered trees and wood.

This is a part of the Wikipedia article used under the Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 3.0 Unported License (CC-BY-SA). The full text of the article is here → https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudantechinus 
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