Julia Creek Dunnart
Julia creek dunnart
Classification Mammal
Location Julia Creek and Richmond in Queensland, it possibly occurs in the Mitchell Plateau of Western Australia.
Conservation Status Near Threatened
Scientific Name Sminthopsis douglasi

The Julia Creek dunnart (Sminthopsis douglasi) is a marsupial with a buffy brown upperside and white underside. This dunnart has a body length of 100–135 mm with a tail of 60–105 mm to make a total length of between 160–240 mm. Its weight is between 40-70g. The length of the hind foot is between 22–24 mm. The species has a dark brown triangle colour from above and below the eye with the point at the nose, and another dark stripe on top of the skull. A healthy dunnart has a carrot shaped tail filled with fat stores.

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