Morialta Vertebrate Species List Page 5

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Amphibia  -  Aves  -  Mammalia  -  Reptilia


Yellow-footed Antichinus
Antechninus flavipes
Yellow-footed antechinus daylight shot on log
Yellow footed Antechinus
Captured by our wildlife camera
in Horsnell Gully CP
10 March 2020

Southern Brown Bandicoot
Isodon obesulus obesulus
Southern Brown Bandicoot
Southern Brown Bandicoot, photo used under Creative Commons Licence 2.0
Pierre Pouliquin

* Goat
Capra hircus
 

Gould's Wattled Bat
Chalinolobus gouldii
 

* Cat
Felis catus
cat caught on wildlife camera infrared photo
Cat
Captured by our wildlife camera
in Black Hill CP
6 February 2019

Western Grey Kangaroo
Macropus fuliginosus
kangaroo caught on wildlife camera daylight photo
Kangaroo
Captured by our wildlife camera
in Black Hill CP
12 February 2019

* House Mouse
Mus domesticus
House mouse
House Mouse, Mus musculus
Used with premission from Danny McCreadie

* (European) Rabbit
Oryctolagus cuniculus
Rabbit
Rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus
Used with premission from Danny McCreadie

* Koala
Phascolarctos cinereus
Koala, photograph taken by Dan Monceaux, Photographer / Illustrator / Designer
Koala.
Dan Monceaux / DANiMATiONS

Common Ringtail
Pseudocheirus peregrinus
Ring-tailed possum
Ring-tailed possum, Pseudocheirus peregrinus
Used with premission from Danny McCreadie

Bush Rat
Rattus fuscipes
Bush rat
Bush rat, Rattus fuscipes
Used with premission from Danny McCreadie

* Brown Rat (Sewer Rat or Norway Rat)
Rattus norvegicus
 

* Black Rat (Ship Rat)
Rattus rattus
 

Short-beaked Echidna (Spiny Anteater)
Tachyglossus aculeatus
Echidna
Echidna
Morialta Gully CP.

Common Brushtail
Trichosurus vulpecula
Common Brushtail
Common Brushtail,
Trichosurus vulpecula.
Thanks to David Cook
Resized and used under
creative commons license 2.0

* Rox (red Fox)
Vulupes vulupes
Fox in infrared vision
Fox.
Captured by our Wildlife Camera
Black Hill Conservation Park
12 February 2019

Amphibia  -  Aves  -  Mammalia  -  Reptilia


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source: Department for Environment and Heritage (2001) Morialta and Black Hill Conservation Parks Background Information, Adelaide, South Australia.

Additional species added from Morialta Chapman track biologial assessment Jan 2015

* Note the Port Lincoln parrot does not occur naturally in the Morialta Conservation Park. It is thought that aviary birds may have escaped.

+ Added 2017, member's sighting

This page updated 31 May 2020, new species and photos addded.

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