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Endangered Species - Spot-Tailed Quolls (Tiger Quolls)
Endangered Species - Spot-Tailed Quolls (Tiger Quolls) Spot-Tailed Quolls (Tiger Quolls) The Spot-tailed Quoll, or Tiger Quoll, is Australia's largest carnivorous marsupial, growing up to a metre ... forests of Victoria and NSW. The Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act Action Statement on Spot-tailed Quolls was started in September 2000, and was due out in December. It has not been ...
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DPIW - Spotted-tail Quoll
Queensland to Tasmania. The spotted-tailed quoll is now threatened throughout its mainland range. Spotted-tailed quolls are most common in cool temperate rainforest, wet ... time to time. Carrion is frequently eaten by spotted-tailed quolls and even tip scavenging and beachcombing occur. Large spotted-tailed quolls compete directly with Tasmanian devils for food -- one ...
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Spot-tailed Quoll
The spot-tailed quoll is found along the east coast of Australia, from Queensland through to Victoria and Tasmania. It is distinguished from all other quolls by ... continue. Victoria is the species' stronghold in mainland Australia. In Victoria the population of spot-tailed quolls has crashed. For example, the population in the Otway Ranges, once considered a stronghold for ...
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CSIRO PUBLISHING - Wildlife Research
KB) - $25.00 Aerial baiting for wild dogs has no observable impact on spotted-tailed quolls (Dasyurus maculatus) in a rainshadow woodland Andrew W. Claridge and Douglas J. Mills pp. 116 ...
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Information Sheets - Rainforest CRC
NASA 778 Kb May 1998 Rainforest masks a deadly disease 613 Kb May 1998 Spotted-Tailed Quolls: Living fast and dying young 435 Kb Mar 1998 Creating tools to manage the rainforest ...
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THE ENDANGERED SPECIES PROJECT
Spotted-tailed Quolls, also known as Tiger Quolls, are the second largest of the world's carnivorous marsupials. They are brown ... on the forest floor. Primarily predators, Spotted Tailed Quolls hunt other animals such as rats, birds, frogs, possums, reptiles, insects, rabbits, mice etc. A Spotted-tailed Quoll can bring down a wallaby three ...
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Northern Quoll Dasyurus hallucatus - Threatened Species Day 2005 fact sheet
Spotted-tailed Quoll, but it is easy to distinguish between them - Northern Quolls are smaller and don't have (you guessed it!) spotted tails. Where does it live? Northern Quolls live in ... to discourage toads from 'hitching a ride.' Some Aboriginal communities have been involved in releasing quolls onto islands to protect them from the mainland threat. In the Darwin area 'ToadBuster' communities ...
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Media Releases 2001
Errinundra Plateau preventing government roading into forest known to contain the critically endangered Spot-tailed Quoll enters its seventh day, and conservationists are still awaiting minister Sherryl Garbutt's ... value as well as prime Spot-tailed Quoll habitat and definately should not be logged." "Community volunteers are the only ones looking for quolls in logging areas. And now with ...
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Keeping Marsupials : Keeping and Breeding Marsupials in Captivity, Maintaining Injured and Orphaned Wildlife in Captivity, Animal Husbandry, Australian Marsupials, Australian Mammals, Marsupial Conservation
Hairy-nosed Wombat, Ringtail and Brush-tailed Possums, Sugar and Squirrel Gliders, Long-nosed Potoroo, Brush-tailed, Tasmanian and Rufous Bettongs, three species of Pademelon, ... include the Brush-tailed Phascogale (mainly due to a very successful captive breeding program at Healesville Sanctuary), Eastern and Northern Quolls, Stripe-faced and Fat-tailed Dunnarts, the Kowari ...
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Keeping Marsupials : Keeping and Breeding Marsupials in Captivity, Maintaining Injured and Orphaned Wildlife in Captivity, Animal Husbandry, Australian Marsupials, Australian Mammals, Marsupial Conservation
Agile Wallaby American Opossums 1 American Opossums 2 Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby The Brush-tailed Possum Common Wombat The Euro or Wallaroo The Fat-tailed Dunnart Hand Raising a Sugar Glider The ... Marking Fauna for Identification Mole Patrol Mystery Condition Not a Marsupial Story Poisonous Plants Quolls Decline with Advance of Toads Re-introduction Rodent Control Some South Australian Animal Facts ...
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