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AUSTRALASIAN Tropical & Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forest

The rare and endemic marsupials of the Australian and New Guinean tropical rainforest...

Class Mammalia

Subclass Prototheria

The monotremes, including Platypus and Echidnas.

(Eungella, Australia)

Ornithorynchus anatinus, 'Platypus'. Found in freshwater creeks, especially at higher altitude or in cooler areas, in eastern Australia south to Tasmania. 

Subclass Theriiformes

The rest of the mammals, the live-bearers. 

Cohort Marsupialia

Order Diprotodontia

Family Phalangeridae

Cuscus (image by Damon Ramsey)Cuscus on a stick (Papua New Guinea)

This family includes the Brushtail Possums and Cuscus.

Coppery Brushtail Possum (image by Damon Ramsey)

Trichosurus johnstoni, 'Coppery Brushtail Possum'.

Family Petauridae

Sugar Glider (image by Damon Ramsey)(Chamber Lodge, Australia)

Petaurus breviceps, 'Sugar Glider'.

Family Pseudocheiridae

Herbert River Ringtail (image by Damon Ramsey)(Atherton Tablelands)

Pseudochirulus herbertensis, 'Herbert River Ringtail'.

Lemuroid Ringtail Possum

Green Ringtail Possum

Family Macropodidae

(Chambers Lodge)

Thylogale stigmatica, 'Red-legged Pademelon'.

Cohort Placentalia

Order Rodentia

(Broken River, Eungella, Australia)

Melomys cervinipes, 'Fawn-footed Melomys'. Often seen climbing and clinging vines and stems in rainforest and edge, along east coast of Australia.

Order Chiroptera

Family Pteropodidae 

One of the more common and noisy mammals around rainforest in Australia and New Guinea are the flying fox or fruit bats. They often roost in large colonies around areas of human habitation, even in trees in busy urban areas. On the nearby islands of the south-west Pacific region, they are often the only native mammal.   

(Lautoka, Taveuni, Fiji)

Pteropus tonganus , 'Insular/Pacific Flying Fox'. Large typical flying fox. Found in rainforest, mangroves and around human habitation. It is the most geographically widespread of all the flying fox in the Pacific; being recorded in New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Samoa, Tonga, Cook Islands, Tuvalu, Tokelau, Niue, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Wallis & Futuna and Fiji. The other common flying fox found in Fiji that this could be is Pteropus samoensis. 

For a short guided walk looking for the mammals in:
the canopy of the highland rainforest of north-east Queensland, Australia

Well it looks like my first trip after the virus now might be as an Expedition leader in Tasmania with Coral Expeditions. If you can't go travelling until everything settles down, then until then, here I am doing online guided walks for Noble Caledonia and online lectures for Silversea.