Fig. 7.19.

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Are antechinuses, such as this Yellow-footed Antechinus (Antechinus flavipes), part of the ‘Goldilocks’ group, with just the right body size and habits needed to best exploit forest resources? And, if so, why are otherwise common antechinus species absent from many suitable continuous forest blocks on the east coast of Australia? The animal pictured here is a female with a dry gum leaf in her jaws that she is taking to construct a nest for her young. Source: Chris Dickman.
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