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dunnart

(ˈdʌnɑːt)
n
(Animals) a mouselike insectivorous marsupial of the genus Sminthopsis of Australia and New Guinea
[C20: from a native Australian language]
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2000: Regulation of food intake, body fat stores and energy balance in the marsupial Sminthopsis crassicaudata.
A molecular and evolutionary study of the beta-globin gene family of the Australian marsupial Sminthopsis crassicaudata.
In order to root our analyses, we also scored character data from seven species of nondidelphid marsupials that served as outgroups in our analyses: one microbiotheriid (Dromiciops gliroides), two caenolestids (Caenolestes fuliginosus, Rhyncholestes raphanurus), two dasyurids (Murexia longicaudatus, Sminthopsis crassicaudata), and two peramelids (Echymipera kalubu, Perameles gunni).
Zoologists Gerhard Kortner and Fritz Geiser from the University of New England in Armidale came to this conclusion after studying the behaviour of the stripe-faced dunnart (Sminthopsis macroura) in its natural habitat in the Astrebla Downs National Park in Queensland, Australia.
Circadian organization and photoreception in an Australian dasyurid marsupial (Sminthopsis macroura).
For many years we have had problems with the common dunnart Sminthopsis murina.
Another insectivorous marsupial mouse, the fat-tailed antechinus (Pseudantechinus macdonnellensis), may thicken the base of its tail if its diet allows for the accumulation of fat reserves; the same goes for some dunnarts (Sminthopsis) such as Ooldea's dunnart (S.
The rarity of Sminthopsis virginiae in relationship to natural and unnatural habitats.
Development of the skeleton of the stripe-faced Dunnart, Sminthopsis macroura (Marsupialia: Dasyuridae).
Opportunistic rock-rolling close to some camera sites during the 2016 surveys detected single individuals of Fat-tailed Dunnart Sminthopsis crassicaudata, Eastern Large Striped Skink C.