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Possums & Gliders

Sugar Gliders


Amber Yarde

amber@marsupialsociety.org.au


Small Macropods

Red neck wallabies. Tammar Wallabies

Tasmanian Pademelons.


Doug Van Opijnen  doug@marsupialsociety.org.au

Tasmanian Pademelons

Amber Yarde amber@marsupialsociety.org.au

John Keiller - cashmoreram@gmail.com

Large Macropods

Kangaroo Island Kangaroos

Amber Yarde

amber@marsupialsociety.org.au

Bettongs & Potoroos

Rufous Bettong

Doug Van Opijnen doug@marsupialsociety.org.au

Amber Yarde amber@marsupialsociety.org.au

John Keiller - cashmoreram@gmail.com

Dasyurids - no breeders listed

Rodents & Others

Wildlife Regulations

Remaking of the Wildlife Regulations  - have your say on changes to wildlife licensing.

Thank you to all members who made and submitted comments regarding the RIS

Regulatory Impact Statement - Wildlife Regulations 2013

Summary and Guide to the Regulatory Impact statement.

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Interesting Links

http://theconversation.com/au/topics/marsupials

Mitchell’s Hopping Mice

Emily Shepherd emmy1107@hotmail.com

http://www.sci-news.com/biology/science-black-tailed-antechinus-new-marsupial-australia-01888.html

Members animal exchange, surplus and swap is now easier with the newly created Facebook Group. Marsupial Society Members Wanted, Surplus & Exchange animals

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1554495051456173/

Join the group to link to other members, see the Wants and other animals that may be available.

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Members to write and share their marsupial keeping experiences.  Write a few paragraphs about your animals.

Include any pictures that you would like to share.  The information will be used to extend the current information on the Marsupial Society website.  We feel that keeper experiences written in our husbandry articles will educate and enrich everyone's experiences when it comes to keeping marsupials.  We look forward to see what you send.  Email info@marsupialsociety.org.au

Email info@marsupialsociety.org.au to add yourself as a breeder.  You choose what info to list, species & contact method. Information is only available to other members of the society. You do not always have to have animals for sale to list. A great way to make contact with other members.

FACT: Bandicoots can reach sexual maturity as early as 90 days of age.

The gestation period in this species is only 12.5 days. This gives the Bandicoots the highest reproductive rate of all.

marsupials.


FACT: There are about 334 species of marsupials.

There are about 99 species of American marsupials and 235 species of Australian marsupials. Of the all marsupials, the most diverse are the Diprotodontia, a group of Australian marsupials that includes about 120 species of kangaroos, possums, wombats, wallabies and koalas


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