Dasyurus geoffroii (Gould anno 1840) (ex: Dasyurinus geoffroii) (Anglice: western quoll), est animal marsupialium carnivorum Australiana (West).

Western Quoll

Subphylum : Vertebrata 
Superclassis : Tetrapoda 
Classis : Mammalia 
Ordo : Marsupialia 
Subordo : Dasyuromorphia 
Familia : Dasyuridae 
Subfamilia : Dasyurinae 
Tribus : Dasyurini 
Genus : Dasyurus 
Dasyurus geoffroii 
Gould, 1840  



Nexus externi

  Vide "Dasyurus" apud Vicispecies.
  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Dasyurus geoffroii spectant.
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