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1994: Reintroductions for recovery of the eastern barred bandicoot Perameles gunnii in Victoria, Australia.
1991: Some population characteristics of Perameles gunnii in Victoria.
Taxon State 0 State 1 State 2 Felis 40 10 50 Manis 30 13 50 Mus 39 15 46 Sus 36 7 57 Tupaia 30 15 55 Dasyurus 48 11 41 Macropus 48 17 35 Monodelphis 50 12 38 Perameles 45 13 42
On the structure and development of the skull and laryngeal cartilages of Perameles with notes on the cranial nerves.
Reintroduction for recovery of the eastern barred bandicoot Perameles gunii in Victoria, Australia.
Status, distribution, and biogeography of the eastern barred bandicoot, Perameles gunnii in Victoria.
Sporocarpic Endogonales and Glomales in the scats of Rattus and Perameles.
The Eastern Barred Bandicoot Perameles gunnii (mainland form, un-named subspecies) is a Critical Weight Range species (Johnson and Isaac 2009) weighing <1 kg.
Using the computer program, VORTEX, to simulate genetic, demographic, environmental, and random events, workshop participants: (1) examined the status of data on six threatened species (mountain pygmy-possum, Burramys parvus; leadbeater's possum, Gymnobelideus leadbeateri; eastern barred bandicoot, Perameles gunnii; long-footed potorroo, Potorous longipes; orange-bellied parrot, Neophema chrysogaster, and helmeted honeyeater, Lichenostomus melanops cassidix); (2) simulated their vulnerability to extinction; (3) examined outcomes of management options to restore the species; (4) estimated population targets needed for recovery planning; and (5) evaluated the potential of PVA as a teaching aid to illustrate extinction processes and management options.
Jackson and Groves (2015) report three such species split: the Long-nosed Bandicoot Perameles nasuta now two separate species--Southern Bandicoot P nasuta and Northern Long-nosed Bandicoot P pallescens; Greater Glider Petauroides volans now three species--Southern Greater Glider P volans, Central Greater Glider P armillatus and Northern Greater Glider, P minor; and Brush-tailed Phascogale Phascogale tapoatafa into Brush-tailed Phascogale P tapoatafa and Northern Phascogale P pirata.
Altogether 287 dietary remains were identified, comprising 283 items from the male and four items (three Common Ringtail Possums Pseudocheirus peregrinus and one Long-nosed Ban dicoot Perameles nasuta) from an individual female.
The Eastern Barred Bandicoot Perameles gunnii is a rabbit-sized burrowing marsupial, once common throughout Victoria's basalt plains grasslands (Menkhorst and Knight 2001; Strahan and Van Dyck 2006).