Mammals

NameResource typeAccessibilityMapsPhotosTaxonomic coverage

Mammals

Australian mammals: Gaia guideappopen access XXG, S
Footpads of Western Australian Dasyurids – an identification guideonlineopen access XG, S
A Field Guide to the Mammals of Australia.Bookfor saleXXG, S
Mammals of the South-West.Bookfor sale XG, S
Tracks, scats, and other traces: a field guide to Australian mammals.Bookfor sale XXG, S

Chuditch

Fauna Profile fact sheetopen access XXF, G, S

Quenda

Fauna Factsfact sheetopen access XG, S

Quokka

Fauna Profile fact sheetopen access XXF, G, S

Rakali

Fauna Factsfact sheetdownload pdf XG, S

Possum

Fauna Profile fact sheetdownload pdfXXF, G, S

Woylie

Fauna Profile fact sheetdownload pdfXXF, G, S

Bats

Atlas of living Australiaonlineopen access XG, S

NameResource typeAccessibilityMapsPhotosTaxonomic coverage

Mammals

Australian mammals: Gaia guideappopen access XXG, S
Footpads of Western Australian Dasyurids – an identification guideonlineopen access XG, S
A Field Guide to the Mammals of Australia.Bookfor saleXXG, S
Mammals of the South-West.Bookfor sale XG, S
Tracks, scats, and other traces: a field guide to Australian mammals.Bookfor sale XXG, S

Chuditch

Fauna Profile fact sheetopen access XXF, G, S

Quenda

Fauna Factsfact sheetopen access XG, S
Living with quendasfact sheetopen accessXXcommon name

Quokka

Fauna Profile fact sheetopen access XXF, G, S

Rakali

Fauna Factsfact sheetdownload XG, S

Possum

Fauna Profile fact sheetdownloadXXF, G, S

Woylie

Fauna Profile fact sheetdownloadXXF, G, S

Bats

Fauna notesfact sheet download common name
shedding the light on the secret lives of microbats in Perthonlineopen access Xcommon name
Atlas of living Australiaonlineopen access XG, S

Academic papers

Brown, K., Paczkowska, G. & Gibson, N. (2016). Mitigating impacts of weeds and kangaroo grazing following prescribed fire in a Banksia woodland. Ecological Management Restoration, 17, 133-139.Request from author
How, R. A. & Dell, J. (2000). Ground vertebrate fauna of Perth's vegetation remnants: Impact of 170 years of urbanization. Pacific Conservation Biology, 6, 198-217.request from author
Howard, K. H., Barrett, G., Ramalho, C. E., Friend, J. A., Boyland, R. J. I., Hudson, J. & Wilson, B. (2014). Community Quenda Survey 2012. Perth: Worldwide Fund for Nature and Department of Parks and Wildlife.download pdf
Moore, T. L., Burbidge, A. H., Sonneman, T. & Wilson, B. A. (2016). Mammal assemblages in Boonanarring Nature Reserve, Dandaragan Plateau, Western Australia from 1986 and 2012. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 99, 1-8.request from author
Smith, K., Fleming, P., Kreplins, T. & Wilson, B. (2019). Population monitoring and habitat utilisation of the ash-grey mouse (Pseudomys albocinereus) in Western Australia. Australian Mammalogy, 41, 170-178.access
Wilson, B. A., Valentine, L. E., Reaveley, A., Isaac, J. & Wolfe, K. M. (2012). Terrestrial mammals of the Gnangara Groundwater System, Western Australia: History, status, and the possible impacts of a drying climate. Australian Mammalogy, 34, 202-216.request from author
Gillian L. Bryant, Halina T. Kobryn, Giles E. StJ. Hardy, Patricia A. Fleming,Habitat islands in a sea of urbanisation, Urban Forestry & Urban Greening,Volume 28,2017,Pages 131-137,ISSN 1618-8667,request from author

Taxonomic Coverage indicates the level of identification provided. Key : Common name or F = to family level, G= to genus, S = to species