Fig. 2.12.

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False antechinuses (Pseudantechinus spp.) are denizens of semi-arid and arid Australia. Many species nest and refuge in rocky outcrops, but in some regions, Fat-tailed Pseudantechinus (P. macdonnellensis) also use termite mounds for nesting. It is uncertain if the termite mound-loving populations of the red sand plains represent a different species to the animals of the rocky hills and breakaways. Do these simply represent different habitat preferences, or have populations within the species’ broad range in central Australia become separated and genetically distinct over time? Source: Jiri Lochman.
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