Wallabia

Wallabia

the genus of wallabies; includes W. bicolor (swamp wallaby), W. elegans (pretty face wallaby).
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It should be noted, however, that Black Wallaby Wallabia bicolor and Eastern Grey Kangaroo Macropus giganteus were both recorded in Corhanwarrabul Wetlands, the southernmost reserve in Dandenong Valley parklands.
Prey selection by dingoes, and its effect on the major prey species, the swamp wallaby, Wallabia bicolor (Desmarest).
It is surrounded by a predator-barrier fence and contains a variety of mammals including the eastern barred bandicoot, southern brown bandicoot Isoodon obesulus, long-nosed potoroo Potorous tridactylus, rufous bettong Aepyprymnus rufescens, Tasmanian pademelon, eastern grey kangaroo, swamp wallaby Wallabia bicolor, common brushtail possum Trichosurus vulpecula and eastern quoll Dasyurus viverrinus.
We estimated amino acid abundance using a ninhydrin method modified from Nelson (1991), comparing the blue-purple colour developed in the reaction visually with similarly prepared extracts from a modern Wallabia bicolour bone.
The common captive wallabies such as the parma, red-necked, and tammar were at that time assigned to a different genus, Wallabia (33).
Prey selection by dingoes and its effect on the major prey species, the swamp wallaby, Wallabia bicolor (Desmarest).
33 - (11) (6) * Population codes refer to geographic origin and host type: WAS = Western Australia, sheep; WAM = Western Australia, macropod (Macropus fuliginosus); EAS = New south Wales (eastern mainland Australia), sheep; EAM = New South Wales (eastern mainland Australia), macropod (Macropus giganteus, Wallabia bicolor, W.
Two unexpected findings were Swamp Wallaby Wallabia bicolor remains found in one pellet collected on Bourkes Creek, near the township of Emerald, and Little Red Flying-fox Pteropus scapulatus remains in three owl pellets collected at a site on the lower Yarra River.
Roadkill has also been implicated in the population decline of the Swamp Wallaby Wallabia bicolor in Royal National Park, NSW (Ramp and Ben-Ami 2006), and the Eastern Quoll Dasyurus viverrinus, and Tasmanian Devil Sarcophilus harrisii after a road upgrade in Tasmania (Jones 2000).
Common species such as Eastern Grey Kangaroo Macropus giganteus, Black Wallaby Wallabia bicolor, Common Brushtail Possum Trichosurus vulpecula, Common Ringtail Possum Pseudocheirus peregrinus and Common Wombat Vombatus ursinus are regularly seen.