Petauroides volans (Diprotodontia: Pseudocheiridae)

@inproceedings{Harris2010PetauroidesV,
  title={Petauroides volans (Diprotodontia: Pseudocheiridae)},
  author={J. M. Harris and K. Maloney},
  year={2010}
}
  • J. M. Harris, K. Maloney
  • Published 2010
  • Biology
  • Abstract Petauroides volans (Kerr, 1792) is a pseudocherid marsupial with the common name greater glider. It is the largest and most conspicuous of the gliding possums and is 1 of the most numerous arboreal marsupials in the eucalypt forests of eastern Australia. Its gliding membranes are large and its thick, shaggy coat obscures the basic body form, making the animal appear much larger than it actually is. P. volans is nocturnal, arboreal, solitary, and folivorous and is dependent on large… CONTINUE READING
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