Long Beaked Echidna in Australia

2 Comments
  1. Scary Israel 6 years ago

    a mislabelled specimen was my initial thought when I heard about this a while ago, but in fact the specimen is well-documented (albeit largely overlooked) and the chances of it being the result of a label mix-up are virtually nil.

    Abstract of the paper is here (it is an open-access journal, so on this link you can also get the whole paper on pdf etc): http://www.pensoft.net/journals/zookeys/article/3774/abstract/modern-occurrence-of-the-long-beaked-echidna-zaglossus-bruijnii-in-the-kimberley-region-of-australia

  2. Vladimir Dinets 6 years ago

    A DNA test should show if it’s a distinctive clade.

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