Fig. 6.32.

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Named for their acrobatic prowess and ability to move nimbly between the ground and tree canopy, the Agile Antechinus (Antechinus agilis) is the most commonly encountered small marsupial in the tall forests of southern New South Wales and Victoria. Insects and spiders form the major part of the diet, but small gliders, bats, lizards and fledgling birds are taken down occasionally by this slight, but formidable, predator. Source: Chris Dickman.
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