Australian Journal of Zoology Australian Journal of Zoology Society
Evolutionary, molecular and comparative zoology
REVIEW

The biology and palaeontology of the Peramelemorphia: a review of current knowledge and future research directions

N. M. Warburton A B D and K. J. Travouillon C
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A School of Veterinary and Life Sciences, Murdoch University, South Street, Murdoch, WA 6150, Australia.

B Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Western Australian Museum, Welshpool, WA 6106, Australia.

C Department of Terrestrial Zoology, Western Australian Museum, Welshpool, WA 6106, Australia.

D Corresponding author. Email: N.Warburton@murdoch.edu.au

Australian Journal of Zoology 64(3) 151-181 https://doi.org/10.1071/ZO16003
Submitted: 15 January 2016  Accepted: 27 June 2016   Published: 2 September 2016

Abstract

Bandicoots and bilbies (Marsupialia : Peramelemorphia) represent the dominant omnivorous clade of Australasian marsupials and, as ground-dwelling, small- to medium-sized mammals, have not fared well in the 200 years since European settlement. Unlike large or charismatic marsupial species, the cryptic nature of bandicoots and bilbies tends to keep them out of the public eye, at a time when public interest plays a significant role in conservation efforts. The inconspicuous ‘rat-like’ appearance of many bandicoots and a generalist ecological strategy belie a complex biology of adaptive traits and evolutionary diversity. For a few species these biological traits have enabled them to make use of urban environments. In the main, however, peramelemorphians are facing ongoing pressure from introduced predators and human impacts. Basic biological information for many species, particularly those from New Guinea, is still lacking. In this review, we examine advances in the knowledge of the biology of this group over the past 25 years including anatomical, physiological and ecological studies. We also provide a comprehensive review of the fossil records of bandicoots in order to provide an up-to-date platform for future studies. From this work, it is clear that there is still much to be done regarding the taxonomy and biology of these animals before a more detailed understanding of the evolutionary history of this group can be elucidated.


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