Author: Bertram Lobert
Southern brown bandicoot
Order : Peramelemorphia
Family : Peramelidae
Species : Isoodon obesulus
The Southern brown bandicoot is listed as Least Concern (LR/lc), lowest risk. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category, on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Some facts about the
Southern brown bandicoot
Adult weight : 0.7 kg (1.54 lbs)
Maximum longevity : 7 years
Female maturity :210 days
Weaning : 62 days
Litter size : 3
Interval between litters : 140 days
Weight at weaning : 0.125 kg (0.275 lbs)
Basal metabolic rate : 1 W
Body mass : 0.717 kg (1.5774 lbs)
Temperature : 33.85 °C (92.93 °F)
Facts about the southern brown bandicoot
Examples of my research:The southern brown bandicoot (Isoodon obesulus) is a threatened species that has been the subject of a number of translocation projects to try and re-establish populations in areas where they have become extinct, with limited success. (Full text)
The Short-nosed Bandicoot (Isoodon obesulus) is found in forest and woodland on Kangaroo Island (Inns et al.
Introduction The Southern Brown Bandicoot is an Australian mammal.
Mammals of Tasmania Southern Brown Bandicoot, Isoodon obesulus (Full text)
The Southern Brown Bandicoot is the last remaining species of bandicoot naturally
The Southern Brown Bandicoot The Southern Brown Bandicoot is a nocturnal small hopping marsupial with a body length of approximately 30cm.
Isoodon obesulus"> Southern Brown Bandicoot, Isoodon obesulus Photo: Nature Focus
Southern Brown Bandicoot (Isodon obesulus)
The Southern Brown Bandicoot is one of two bandicoot species found in the Warringah Local Government Area.
Southern Brown Bandicoot (Isoodon obesulus)
Category: Mammals Â» Marsupials Animal Description: The Large Short-Nosed Bandicoot, also known as the Southern Brown Bandicoot, is a marsupial that makes its home on the .
Habits Southern Brown Bandicoots are ground dwelling mammals that forage for their
Only the Long nosed bandicoot and the short-nosed Northern Brown and Southern Brown bandicoots are relatively common.
Only the Long nosed bandicoot and the short-nosed Northern Brown and Southern Brown bandicoots are relatively common. (Full text)
Southern Brown Bandicoots are sometimes found within the Warringah suburbs adjoining Ku-ring-gai Chase and Garigal National Parks.
Southern Brown Bandicoots are becoming more common around campus and the metropolitan area. (Full text)
20/08/2003Quenda rescued from development site Quenda (southern brown bandicoots) are being translocated this week from a residential development site in Banjup south of Perth to Avon Valley National Park.More animals beginning with S