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İngilizce Memeli Adları Tarama Sözlüğü
English Names of Mammals
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başlangıç: Ocak 2017
kaynaklara erişilip tarandıkça eklenecek
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1 → Monotremata Marsupialia
2 → Eutheria Placentalia Xenarthra Afrotheria
3 → Boreoeutheria Euarchontoglires
4 → Laurasiatheria
5 → xxx

Mammalia

Mammalia – mammals, mammiferous animals (Waterhouse 1841)
spp. –


Aplacentalia, Aplacentata [Monotremata + Marsupialia] –

Prototheria

Prototheria – primitive mammals


Monotremata, Ornithodelphia – monotrems, monotremes (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Ziegler 1971), egg layers, egg-laying mammals


Platypoda
Ornithorhynchidae – platypuses, duckbills
Obdurodon – Riversleigh platypus
Ornithorhynchus anatinus – platypus (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [the platipus]), duck-billed platypus (Waterhouse 1838 [as Ornithorhynchus Paradoxus. Blumenb.]), duckbill, duck mole, duckmole, watermole, the ornithorhynchus (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Ornithorhynchus anatinus anatinus, Dermipus anatinus, Platypus anatinus – southern platypus § Platypus + Platypodidae = Platypodinae (Curculionidae, Coleoptera, Insecta)
SYN (anatinus) Ornithorhynchus anatinus paradoxus, Ornithorhynchus paradoxus
SYN (anatinus) Ornithorhynchus anatinus fuscus, Ornithorhynchus fuscus
SYN (anatinus) Ornithorhynchus anatinus novaehollandiae, Ornithorhynchus novaehollandiae
SYN (anatinus) Ornithorhynchus anatinus rufus, Ornithorhynchus rufus; Ornithorhynchus laevis
SYN Ornithorhynchus anatinus phoxinus – eastern platypus
SYN Ornithorhynchus anatinus triton – western platypus
SYN Ornithorhynchus anatinus crispus, Ornithorhynchus crispus – Tasmanian platypus
SYN (crispus) Ornithorhynchus anatinus brevirostris, Ornithorhynchus brevirostris
Ornithorhynchus maximus – giant platypus


Tachyglossa
Tachyglossidae, Echidnidae – echidnas (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Ziegler 1971), spiny ant-eaters (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Tachyglossus aculeatus, Echidna aculeata – short-beaked echidna (Ziegler 1971), spiny anteater, spiny ant-eater (Iredale & Troughton 1934), echidna (Iredale & Troughton 1934), common echidna, common Australian echidna, native porcupine, porcupine anteater (Waterhouse 1838 [as Echidna Histrix. Cuv.]), the echidna (Waterhouse 1841)
Tachyglossus aculeatus aculeatus, Echidna aculeata aculeata, Myrmecophaga aculeata; Echidna hystrix, Ornithorhynchus hystrix [new name for M. aculeata]; Echidna longiaculeata [new name for M. aculeata]; Echidna australis [new name for aculeata] – Southeastern Australian short-beaked echidna
SYN Acanthonotus myrmecophagus – porcupine ant-eater (Pennant)
SYN Tachyglossus aculeatus typica, Echidna aculeata typica
SYN Tachyglossus aculeatus corealis, Echidna corealis
SYN Tachyglossus aculeatus eracinius, Ornithorhynchus eracinius; Ornithorhynchus ericinius
SYN Tachyglossus aculeatus orientalis, Echidna orientalis
or SYN Tachyglossus aculeatus ineptus, Echidna aculeata inepta – Southwestern Austrialan short-beaked echidna
or SYN Tachyglossus aculeatus acanthion, Echidna aculeata acanthion, Echidna acanthion – Northern Australian short-beaked echidna
? (incertae sedis) Tachyglossus aculeatus novaehollandiae, Echidna novaehollandiae
Tachyglossus aculeatus multiaculeatus, Tachyglossus aculeatus multiaculeata, Echidna aculeata multiaculeata, Echidna hystrix multiaculeata; Echidna sydneiensis [new name for aculeata] – Kangaroo Island echidna, sourthern short-beaked echidna
Tachyglossus aculeatus lawesii, Echidna aculeata lawesii, Tachyglossus lawesii, Echidna lawesi – New Guinean short-beaked echidna, Port Moresby echidna
Tachyglossus aculeatus setosus, Echidna aculeata setosa, Tachyglossus setosus, Echinoptus setosus, Echidna setosa; Echidna hobartensis [new name for E. setosa] – Tasmanian echidna (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Tasmanian spiny ant-eater (Iredale & Troughton 1934), hairy echidna (Iredale & Troughton 1934), hairy ant-eater (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as hairy or Tasmanian spiny ant-eater, or echidna]), hairy anteater
SYN Tachyglossus aculeatus breviaculeata, Echidna breviaculeata [new name for E. setosa] –
SYN Echidna brevicaudata [new name for E. setosa] –
SYN Tachyglossus aculeatus longirostris, Platypus longirostra
Zaglossus attenboroughi – Attenborough's echidna, Sir David's long-beaked echidna, Attenborough's long-beaked echidna, Cyclops long-beaked echidna
Zaglossus bartoni – eastern long-beaked echidna, Barton's echidna, Grey False-echidna
Zaglossus bartoni bartoni, Zaglossus bruijni bartoni – Southeastern New Guinean Barton's echidna, Barton's long-beaked echidna
Zaglossus bartoni clunius, Zaglossus bruijni clunius – Northwestern New Guinean Barton's echidna
Zaglossus bartoni smeenki – Smeenk's long-beaked echidna
Zaglossus bartoni diamondii – Diamond's long-beaked echidna
Zaglossus bartoni bubuensis or Zaglossus bubuensis, Zaglossus bruijni bubuensis – Bubu's echidna
Zaglossus bruijni [sensu lato : incl. bartoni] – long-beaked echidna (Ziegler 1971; Flannery & Seri 1990), long-nosed echidna, curved-beaked echidna, three-toed echidna, New Guinean echidna, porcupine anteater of New Guinea
Zaglossus bruijni [sensu stricto] – western long-beaked echidna, brown false-echidna, Bruinj's echidna
Zaglossus bruijni bruijni, Proechidna bruijni, Acanthoglossus bruijni, Echidna bruijnii; Bruynia tridactyla – Northwestern long-beaked echidna
or SYN Zaglossus bruijni goodfellowi, Zaglossus bruijni goodfellowi, Acanthoglossus goodfellowi – Salawati echidna, Western long-beaked echidna
Zaglossus bruijni villosissimus, Proechidna villosissima – Northern long-beaked echidna
Zaglossus bruijni pallidus – Central long-beaked echidna
Zaglossus bruijni gularis – Southern long-beaked echidna
Zaglossus bruijni nigroaculeatus, Proechidna nigroaculeata – southwestern long-beaked echidna, black-spined echidna, black-spined porcupine anteater
Zaglossus hacketti – giant echidna

Theriiformes

Theriiformes


Allotheria
Multituberculata – multituberculates


Triconodonta


Holotheria
Panthotheria
Dryolestida
Amphitherium


Theria – live-bearing mammals, viviparous mammals, therian mammals

Metatheria ~ Marsupialia

Metatheria – marsupials


Sparassodonta
Borhyaenidae
Borhyaena
Thylacosmilidae, Thylacosmilinae –
Thylacosmilus atrox – marsupial sabretooth, marsupial sabre-toothed tiger, marsupial sabre-toothed cat, sabretooth marsupial, pouched sabretooth


Marsupialia, Didelphia [Ameridelphia + Australidelphia] – marsupials (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Ziegler 1971), pouched animals (Waterhouse 1841), animals with pouches
male ♀ – jack
female ♂ – jill
young – joey (sg) joeys (pl)

Ameridelphia

Ameridelphia [Didelphimorphia + Paucituberculata] – New World metatherians, American marsupials, American marsupial mammals


Didelphimorphia
Didelphoidae, Didelphida –
Didelphidae – opossums (Waterhouse 1841), possums, New World opossums, didelphids, didelphid marsupials
Glironiinae –
Glironia venusta – bushy-tailed opossum (Gardner 2007), dormouse opossum
SYN Glironia venusta venusta
SYN (venusta) Glironia venusta criniger, Glironia criniger
SYN Glironia venusta aequatorialis, Glironia aequetorialis – Equatorial bushy-tailed opossum
Caluromyinae, Caluromyidae –
Caluromyopsis irrupta – black-shouldered opossum (Gardner 2007), white-eared opossum
Caluromys – woolly opossums
subgenus Mallodelphys
Caluromys derbianus – Derby's woolly opossum (Gardner 2007), Derby's pale-eared woolly opossum, Central American woolly opossum
Caluromys derbianus derbianus, Philander laniger derbianus, Didelphys derbianus, Didelphys derbiana; Didelphis (Philander) derbyana; Didelphis pictus; Didelphis pulcher – Earl's opossum, Derby's opossum (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Caluromys derbianus antioquiae, Micoureus antioquiae
SYN Caluromys derbianus pyrrhus, Didelphis pyrrhus
SYN Caluromys derbianus laniger Philander laniger laniger, Philander laniger Pocock, 1913 –
SYN Caluromys derbianus lanigera, Didelphys lanigera Thomas, 1888 – woolly opossum (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Caluromys derbianus guayanus, Didelphys guayanus
SYN Caluromys derbianus senex, Philander laniger senex
Caluromys derbianus aztecus, Philander laniger aztecus
Caluromys derbianus canus, Micoureus canus
Caluromys derbianus centralis, Philander centralis
Caluromys derbianus fervidus, Philander laniger fervidus – Central American woolly opossum
Caluromys derbianus nauticus, Philander laniger nauticus – Insular woolly opossum
Caluromys derbianus pallidus, Caluromys laniger pallidus, Philander laniger pallidus – Pale woolly opossum
Caluromys lanatus – brown-eared woolly opossum (Gardner 2007), western woolly opossum (Cáceres & Carmignotto 2006), woolly opossum (Redford & Eisenberg 1992)
Caluromys lanatus lanatus, Didelphys lanatus
SYN Caluromys lanatus lanigera, Caluromys laniger, Mallodelphis lanigera, Didelphis lanigera, Didelphys lanigera Desmarest, 1820, Philander laniger – Woolly Opossum
SYN Caluromys lanatus cahyensis, Didelphis (Micoureus) cahyensis, Micoureus cahyensis
SYN Caluromys lanatus modesta, Mallodelphis lanigera modesta
Caluromys lanatus nattereri, Mallodelphis lanigera nattereri, Micoureus nattereri
Caluromys lanatus cicur, Philander laniger cicur, Philander cicur, Caluromys cicur
SYN Caluromys lanatus meridensis, Micoureus meridensis
Caluromys lanatus ochropus, Didelphys ochropus, Didelphis ochropus
Caluromys lanatus vitalinus, Caluromys lanatus vitalina, Mallodelphis lanigera vitalina
Caluromys lanatus ornatus, lanatus ornata, Didelphys ornata, Philander ornatus
SYN Caluromys lanatus bartletti, Micoureus bartletti
SYN Caluromys lanatus jivaro, Philander laniger jivaro
SYN Caluromys lanatus juninensis, Micoureus juninensis
subgenus Caluromys
Caluromys philander – bare-tailed woolly opossum (Gardner 2007)
Caluromys philander philander, Didelphis philander – philander opossum (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN Caluromys philander cayopollin, Didelphys cayopollin
SYN Didelphis dorsigera Desmoulins, 1824 [not Didelphis dorsigera Linnaeus, 1758] –
SYN Caluromys philander leucurus, Caluromys trinitatis leucurus
SYN Caluromys philander marsupialis, Philander marsupialis
SYN Caluromys philander venezuelae, Caluromys trinitatis venezuelae
!Caluromys philander macrura, Didelphys macrura
Caluromys philander affinis, Didelphis affinis, Didelphys affinis
Caluromys philander dichurus, dichura, Didelphys dicrura
Caluromys philander trinitatis, Caluromys trinitatis, Didelphys trinitatis – Trinidad opossum
Hyladelphinae –
Hyladelphys kalinowskii, Gracilinanus kalinowskii – Kalinowski's mouse opossum, Kalinowski's opossum (Gardner 2007), Peru gracile mouse opossum
Didelphinae –
Metachirini –
Metachirus nudicaudatus – brown four-eyed opossum (Nowak 1991, Redford & Eisenberg 1992; Gardner 2007), brown masked opossum, rat-tailed opossum (Cimardi 1996), long bare-tailed opossum, naked-tailed opossum (Waterhouse 1841 [as Didelphys nudicaudata, D. myosuros])
Metachirus nudicaudatus nudicaudatus, Philander nudicaudus, Philander nudicaudatus, Didelphys nudicaudata – Guianan brown four-eyed opossum
Metachirus nudicaudatus colombianus, Metachirus myosuros colombianus, Didelphis colombianus
SYN Metachirus nudicaudatus personatus, Metachirus myosuros personatus
Metachirus nudicaudatus modestus, Metachirus myosuros modestus, Metachirus nudicaudata
Metachirus nudicaudatus myosuros, Didelphys myosuros, Metachirus myosuros, Metachirus myosuros myosuros, Cuica myosurus
SYN (myosuros or colombianus) Metachirus nudicaudatus antioquiae, Metachirus myosuros antioquiae
SYN (myosuros or colombianus) Metachirus nudicaudatus dentaneus, Metachirus myosuros dentaneus
SYN (myosuros or colombianus) Metachirus nudicaudatus imbutus, Metachirus myosuros imbutus
SYN (myosuros or colombianus) Metachirus nudicaudatus phaeurus, Metachirus myosuros phaeurus, Didelphis phaeurus
SYN (myosuros or tschudii) Metachirus nudicaudatus bolivianus, Metachirus myosuros bolivianus, Metachirus bolivianus
SYN (myosuros or tschudii) Metachirus nudicaudatus infuscus, Metachirus myosuros infuscus
Metachirus nudicaudatus tschudii, Metachirus myosuros tschudii, Metachirus tschudii
Didelphini –
Chironectes minimus – water opossum (Gardner 2007), yapok, yapock (Waterhouse 1838), yapock opossum (Waterhouse 1841), yapo
Chironectes minimus minimus, Lutra minima, Didelphis minima; Chironectes minimus variegatus, Chironectes variegatus [new name for Lutra minima]; Chironectes minimus yapock, Chironectes yapock [new name for Lutra minima] –
SYN Chironectes minimus cayennensis, Mustela cayennensis
SYN Chironectes minimus guianensis, Lutra guianensis, Mustela guianensis; Chironectes minimus gujanensis, Lutra gujanensis
SYN Chironectes minimus palmata, Chironectes palmata, Didelphis palmata
SYN Chironectes minimus sarcovienna, Lutra sarcovienna
Chironectes minimus panamensis, Chironectes panamensis – Panama water opossum
Chironectes minimus argyrodytes, Chironectes argyrodytes
Chironectes minimus langsdorffi, Chironectes langsdorffi
!Chironectes minimus paraguensis, Mustela paraguensis
SYN Chironectes minimus bresslaui, Chironectes menima bresslaui – Bresslau water opossum
!Chironectes minimus lutris, Mustela lutris
Lutreolina crassicaudata – lutrine opossum (Gardner 2007), mink-opossum (Santori et al 2005), thick-tailed otter opossum, thick-tailed opossum (Waterhouse 1838, 1841; Marshall 1978, Redford & Eisenberg 1992), little water opossum (Redford & Eisenberg 1992), short-legger, coligrueso, rat-tailed opossum
Lutreolina crassicaudata crassicaudata, Didelphis crassicaudata, Didelphys crassicaudata, Metachirus crassicaudatus
SYN Lutreolina crassicaudata lutrilla
SYN Lutreolina crassicaudata travassosi, Micoureus travassosi
SYN Lutreolina crassicaudata bonaria
SYN Lutreolina crassicaudata paranalis
Lutreolina crassicaudata turneri, Didelphys turneri
Didelphis – large American opossums
Didelphis virginiana – Virginia opossum, North American opossum, possum
Didelphis virginiana virginiana, Didelphis marsupialis virginiana, Didelphys virginiana, Philander virginiana – Virginian opossum (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN Didelphis virginiana boreoamericana
SYN Didelphis virginiana breviceps, Didelphis breviceps, Didelphys breviceps – short-headed opossum (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN Didelphis virginiana illinensium
SYN Didelphis virginiana pilosissima
SYN Didelphis virginiana pruinosa, Didelphis pruinosa
SYN Didelphis virginiana woapink, Didelphis woapink
Didelphis virginiana pigra, Didelphis marsupialis pigra – Florida opossum
Didelphis virginiana californica, Didelphis californica – Californian opossum (Waterhouse 1838, 1841), Mexican opossum
?SYN Didelphis virginiana texensis, Didelphis marsupialis texensis, Didelphis mesamericana texensis – Texan opossum
?SYN Didelphis virginiana mesamericana or Didelphis marsupialis mesamericana, Didelphis mesamericana mesamericana, Didelphis mesamericana, Dydelphis mesamericana – Linnean opossum, Mexican opossum
Didelphis virginiana yucatanensis, Didelphis yucatanensis, Didelphis yucatanensis yucatanensis – Yucatan opossum
SYN Didelphis virginiana cozumelae, Didelphis yucatanensis cozumelae – Island of Cozumel opossum
Didelphis marsupialis, Didelphys marsupialis – common opossum (Gardner 2007), southern opossum, black-eared opossum, carachupa (Gardner 2007)
Didelphis marsupialis marsupialis
SYN Didelphis marsupialis typica
SYN Didelphis marsupialis austroamericana, Didelphis austroamericana
SYN Didelphis marsupialis battyi – Batty's opossum
SYN Didelphis marsupialis brasiliensis
SYN Didelphis marsupialis etensis, Didelphys marsupialis etensis – Eten opossum
SYN Didelphis marsupialis insularis – Island opossum
SYN Didelphis marsupialis karkinophaga, Didelphis karkinophaga; Didelphis marsupialis carcinophaga
SYN Didelphis marsupialis cancrivora, Didelphis aurita crancrivora, Didelphis crancrivora – crab-eating opossum (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN Didelphis marsupialis particeps – San Miguel Island opossum (Goldman 1917 ❶ [subsp. nov.])
SYN Didelphis marsupialis richmondi, Didelphis richmondi – Richmond's opossum
SYN Didelphis marsupialis tabascensis, Didelphis mesamericana tabascensis, Didelphys mesamericana tabascensis – Tabasco opossum
SYN Didelphis marsupialis colombica, Didelphis karkinophaga colombica – Colombian opossum
Didelphis marsupialis caucae, Didelphis karkinophaga caucae – Cauca common opossum
Didelphis aurita, Didelphis marsupialis aurita – big-eared opossum (Gardner 2007), southern black-eared opossum, black-eared opossum (Redford & Eisenberg 1992, Canevari & Vaccaro 2007), gambá (Gardner 2007), common opossum (Esquivel 2001), Brazilian common opossum § was originally described as D. azarae by Coenraad Jacob Temminck in 1824, but this name was incorrectly given to the white-eared opossum (D. albiventris) for over 160 years. As such, the name azarae has been abandoned.
SYN Didelphis azarae, Didelphys azarae Temminck, 1824 – Azara's opossum (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN [black phase] Didelphis aurita koseritzi, Didelphys koseritzi, Didelphus koseritzi – Koseritz's opossum
SYN Didelphis aurita longipilis, Didelphis longipilis
SYN Didelphis aurita melanoides
Didelphis albiventris, Didelphys albiventris – white-eared opossum (Gardner 2007), white-belly opossum (Noguiera 1988), Azara's opossum (Eisenberg 1989), cassaco (Gardner 2007)
SYN Didelphis albiventris azarae, Didelphis marsupialis azarae, Didelphys azarae [not Didelphys azarae Temminck, 1824 = Didelphis aurita] – Azara's opossum
SYN Didelphis albiventris albiventris
SYN Didelphis albiventris paraguayensis, Didelphis paraguayensis, Didelphis paraguayensis paraguayensis – Paraguayan opossum
SYN Didelphis albiventris antiqua, Didelphys azarae antiqua
SYN Didelphis albiventris bonariensis, Didelphis paraguayensis bonariensis
SYN Didelphis albiventris dennleri, Didelphis paraguayensis dennleri
SYN [dark phase] Didelphis albiventris lechei, Didelphys lechii
SYN Didelphis albiventris leucoprymnus, Didelphis leucoprymnus
SYN Didelphis albiventris leucotis, Didelphis leucotis, Didelphys leucotis
SYN Didelphis albiventris poecilotis, Didelphys poecilotis; Didelphis albiventris poecilonota, Didelphis pacilonota
Didelphis imperfecta, Didelphis albiventris imperfecta, Didelphis albiventris imperfectus – Guianan white-eared opossum (Gardner 2007), comadreja (Gardner 2007)
Didelphis pernigra, Didelphis albiventris pernigra, Didelphis azarae pernigra, Didelphis paraguayensis pernigra – Andean white-eared opossum (Gardner 2007)
SYN Didelphis albiventris andina, Didelphis paraguayensis andina – Andean opossum
SYN Didelphis albiventris meridensis, Didelphis paraguayensis meridensis – Merida opossum
Philander – gray and black four-eyed opossums
Philander andersoni – Anderson's four-eyed opossum (Gardner 2007), black four-eyed opossums
SYN Philander andersoni andersoni, Metachirops opossum andersoni, Metachirus opossum andersoni, Metachirus andersoni, Holothylax andersoni
SYN Philander andersoni nigratus, Metachirops opossum nigratus, Metachirus opossum nigratus, Philander nigratus
Philander deltae – Orinoco four-eyed opossum (Gardner 2007), deltaic four-eyed opossum, delta opossum
Philander frenatus, Philander frenata – southeastern four-eyed opossum (Gardner 2007), grey four-eyed opossum (in part Castro-Arellano et al 2000)
SYN Philander opossum frenata, Metachirops frenata, Didelphys frenata
SYN Philander frenatus azaricus, Metachirus opossum azaricus, Metachirops opossum azaricus, Philander opossum azaricus
SYN Philander opossum quica, Metachirops opossum quica, Metachirus quica, Holothylax quica, Didelphis quica, Didelphys quica; Metachirops opossum quichua – quica opossum (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN Philander frenatus entrerianus, Zygolestes entrerianus; Philander entrerrianus
SYN Philander frenatus superciliaris, Didelphys superciliaris
Philander mcilhennyi, Philander andersoni mcilhennyi – McIlhenny's four-eyed opossum (Gardner 2007)
Philander mondolfii – Mondolfi's four-eyed opossum (Gardner 2007)
Philander olrogi – Olrog's four-eyed opossum
Philander opossum, Metachirops opossum, Metachirus opossum, Holothylax opossum – gray four-eyed opossum (Gardner 2007)
Philander opossum opossum, Metachirus opossum opossum, Metachirops opossum opossum, Holothylax opossum opossum, Gamba opossum, Sarigua opossum, Didelphys opossum; Didelphys oppossum – Surinam opossum (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Philander opossum virginianus, Philander virginianus Tiedemann, 1808 –
SYN Philander opossum pallidus, Metachirops opossum pallidus, Metachirus fuscogriseus pallidus – Orizaba opossum
SYN Philander opossum austroamericana, Didelphis austroamericana O. Thomas, 1923 [preoccupied by Didelphis austroamericana J. A. allen 1902] –
Philander opossum canus, Metachirops opossum canus, Metachirops canus, Metachirus canus, Holothylax grisescens canus
SYN Philander opossum crucialis, Metachirops opossum crucialis, Metachirus opossum crucialis
Philander opossum fuscogriseus, Metachirus opossum fuscogriseus, Metachirops opossum fuscogriseus, Metachirus fuscogriseus – Allen's opossum
SYN Philander opossum grisescens, Metachirus grisescens, Metachirops grisescens
SYN Philander opossum melantho, Metachirops opossum melantho, Metachirus opossum melantho
Philander opossum melanurus, Metachirops opossum melanurus, Metachirus opossum melanurus, Holothylax opossum melanurus, Metachirus melanurus
Marmosini –
Marmosa – mouse opossums
subgenus Stegomarmosa
Marmosa andersoni, Marmosa (Stegomarmosa) andersoni, Stegomarmosa andersoni – heavy-browed mouse opossum, Anderson's mouse opossum (Gardner 2007)
Marmosa lepida, Marmosa (Marmosa) lepida, Marmosops lepida, Didelphys lepida, Didelphis (Marmosa) lepida, Didelphys (Marmosa)] lepida, Didelphys (Micoureus) lepida – rufous mouse opossum (Gardner 2007), little rufous mouse opossum, shining opossum
SYN Marmosa lepida lepida
SYN Marmosa lepida grandis
subgenus Marmosa
Marmosa murina – Linnaeus's mouse opossum, common mouse opossum, murine opossum (Gardner 2007), murine mouse opossum
SYN Marmosa murina murina, Marmosa (Marmosa) murina, Didelphis (Marmosa) murina, Micoureus murinus, Didelphys (Micoureus) murina, Didelphis murina, Philander murinus, Cuica murina, Sarigua murina, Opossum murinus, Grymaeomys murina, Didelphys (Grymaeomys) murina, Didelphis murina; Didelphis marina – murine opossum (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Marmosa murina duidae
SYN Marmosa murina muscula, Didelphis (Marmosa) musculus, Didelphis muscula
SYN Marmosa murina klagesi, Marmosa klagesi, Marmosa (Marmosa) klagesi, Didelphys (Marmosa) klagesi, Didelphis (Marmosops) klagesi
SYN Marmosa murina madeirensis, Marmosa madeirensis, Marmosa (Marmosa) madeirensis, Didelphis (Marmosa) madeirensis, Marmosa madeirensis [replacement name for Didelphys macrotarsus J. A. Wagner]; Marmosa murina macrotarsus, Marmosa macrotarsus, Didelphys macrotarsus [J. A. Wagner, 1842 preoccupied by Didelphys macrotarsus Schreber, 1777 (Primates)], Thylamys macrotarsus
SYN Marmosa murina meridionalis, Marmosa meridionalis
SYN Marmosa murina maranii, Marmosa maranii
SYN Marmosa murina parata, Marmosa parata
SYN Marmosa murina tobagi, Marmosa tobagi, Marmosa (Marmosa) tobagi, Didelphis (Marmosa) tobagi
SYN Marmosa murina guianensis, Didelphis guianensis
SYN Marmosa murina chloe, Marmosa chloe, Marmosa (Marmosa) chloe, Didelphis (Marmosops) chloe
SYN Marmosa murina bombascarae, Marmosa bombascarae
SYN Marmosa murina impavida, Grymaeomys impavida
SYN Marmosa murina dorsigera, Micoureus dorsigera, Micoureus dorsigerus, Philander dorsigera, Philander dorsigerus, Didelphis dorsigera Linnaeus, 1758, Didelphys dorsigera; Monodelphis dorsigens – Merian's opossum (Waterhouse 1841), dorsigerous opossum
SYN Marmosa murina moreirae, Marmosa moreirae
SYN Marmosa murina waterhousii, Marmosa waterhousii, Didelphys waterhousii; Marmosa murina waterhousei, Marmosa waterhousei, Marmosa (Marmosa) waterhousei, Didelphis (Caluromys) waterhousei, Didelphys waterhousei – Waterhouse mouse opossum
Marmosa quichua or Marmosa macrotarsus Wagner, 1842 – Quechuan mouse opossum (Gardner 2007), Eastern Peruvian murine mouse opossum § Yukarıdaki Marmosa madeirensis [replacement name for Didelphys macrotarsus J. A. Wagner] ile karıştırmayın!
SYN Marmosa murina quichua, Marmosa (Marmosa) quichua, Didelphis (Marmosa) quichua, Didelphys (Marmosa)] quichua
SYN Marmosa murina musicola, Marmosa musicola, Marmosa (Marmosa) musicola, Didelphis (Caluromys)] musicola
Marmosa tyleriana – tyleria mouse opossum (Gardner 2007), Tyler's mouse opossum § ˂ Tyleria (Ochnaceae, Plantae) ˂ Sidney F .Tyler
SYN Marmosa tyleriana tyleriana
SYN Marmosa tyleriana phelpsi
subgenus Eomarmosa
Marmosa rubra – red mouse opossum (Gardner 2007)
subgenus Exulomarmosa
Marmosa mexicana – Mexican mouse opossum
Marmosa mexicana mexicana, Marmosa murina mexicana, Didelphys murinus
or SYN Marmosa mexicana savannarum, Marmosa murina savannarum – savanna mouse opossum, savanna marmosa (Goldman 1917 ❶ [subsp. nov.])
Marmosa mexicana mayaensis, Marmosa mayensis
Marmosa mexicana zeledoni or Marmosa zeledoni, Marmosa murina zeledoni – Zeledon's mouse opossum
Marmosa robinsoni – Robinson's mouse opossum (Gardner 2007)
Marmosa robinsoni robinsoni, Marmosa (Marmosa) robinsoni, Didelphis (Marmosa) robinsoni, Marmosa mitis robinsoni
SYN Marmosa robinsoni pallidiventris, Marmosa mitis pallidiventris
SYN Marmosa robinsoni mitis, Marmosa (Marmosa) mitis mitis, Marmosa mitis, Marmosa murina mitis, Didelphis (Marmosa) mitis, Didelphys (Marmosa) mitis
SYN Marmosa robinsoni casta, Marmosa mitis casta, Marmosa (Marmosa) mitis casta, Didelphis (Marmosa) casta
Marmosa robinsoni chapmani, Marmosa mitis chapmani, Marmosa chapmani, Marmosa (Marmosa) chapmani, Didelphis (Marmosa) chapmanni, Didelphys (Marmosa) chapmani – Trinidad mouse opossum, Chapman's opossum
SYN Marmosa robinsoni nesaea, Marmosa nesaea
Marmosa robinsoni grenadae, Marmosa grenadae
Marmosa robinsoni ruatanica, Marmosa ruatanica, Marmosa ruatanica ruatanica, Marmosa mitis ruatanica
Marmosa robinsoni fulviventer, Marmosa mitis fulviventer, Marmosa fulviventer, Didelphys (Marmosa) fulviventer – fulvous-bellied opossum, fulvous-bellied marmosa
Marmosa robinsoni luridavolta, Marmosa mitis luridavolta
Marmosa robinsoni isthmica or Marmosa isthmica, Didelphis (Marmosa) isthmica, Marmosa mitis isthmica, Marmosa ruatanica isthmica, Marmosa (Marmosa) mexicana isthmica – Isthmian mouse opossum
Marmosa robinsoni simonsi or Marmosa simonsi, Marmosa (Marmosa) simonsi, Didelphys (Caluromys) simonsi
SYN Marmosa robinsoni mimetra, Marmosa simonsi mimetra, Marmosa ruatanica mimetra, Marmosa mimetra
Marmosa xerophila – Guajira mouse opossum, dryland mouse opossum, pale mouse opossum (Gardner 2007)
Micoureus or Marmosa subgenus Micoureus – woolly mouse opossums
Micoureus alstoni or Marmosa alstoni – Alston's woolly mouse opossum, Alston's mouse opossum (Gardner 2007), Alston's opossum
SYN Micoureus alstoni alstoni, Marmosa alstoni alstoni, Marmosa cinerea alstoni, Didelphys (Marmosa) alstoni, Didelphis (Caluromys) alstoni, Caluromys alstoni
SYN Micoureus alstoni cinerea, Didelphys cinerea Alston, 1880 [not Didelphis cinerea Temminck, 1824] –
SYN Micoureus alstoni nicaraguae, Marmosa cinerea nicaraguae, Didelphis (Caluromys) nicaraguae – Nicaraguan woolly mouse opossum
Micoureus constantiae or Marmosa constantiae – white-bellied woolly mouse opossum (Gardner 2007), pale-bellied woolly mouse opossum
SYN Micoureus constantiae constantiae, Marmosa constantiae constantiae, Marmosa (Marmosa) constantiae, Didelphis (Caluromys) constantiae, Didelphys (Marmosa) constantiae
SYN Micoureus constantiae budini, Marmosa constantiae budini, Marmosa (Micoureus) cinerea budini, Marmosa budini
Micoureus demerarae or Marmosa demerarae, Marmosa cinerea demerarae – woolly mouse opossum (Gardner 2007), long-furred woolly mouse opossum
Micoureus demerarae demerarae, Marmosa demerarae demerarae, Marmosa cinerea demerarae, Marmosa (Marmosa) cinerea demerarae, Didelphis (Caluromys) demerarae
Micoureus demerarae areniticola, Marmosa demerarae areniticola, Marmosa cinerea areniticola
Micoureus demerarae dominus, Marmosa demerarae dominus, Micoureus demerarae domina, Micoureus domina, Marmosa domina – Amazonian woolly mouse opossum
SYN Micoureus demerarae limae, Micoureus limae, Marmosa limae
SYN Micoureus demerarae pfrimeri, Marmosa cinerea pfrimeri
Micoureus demerarae esmeraldae, Marmosa demerarae esmeraldae, Marmosa cinerea esmeraldae
Micoureus demerarae meridae, Marmosa demerarae meridae, Marmosa cinerea meridae
Marmosa cinerea [sensu lato : demerarae + paraguayana] –
Micoureus paraguayanus or Marmosa paraguayana – Tate's woolly mouse opossum (Gardner 2007), long-furred woolly mouse opossum (Brito & Fonseca 2007, Canevari & Vaccaro 2007), Paraguayan woolly mouse opossum, woolly mouse opossum (Barros et al 2008)
SYN Micoureus paraguayanus paraguayanus, Micoureus demerarae paraguayana, Micoureus cinereus paraguayanus, Micoures cinerea paraguayana, Marmosa cinerea paraguayana, Micoureus demerarae paraguayana, Marmosa (Micoureus) paraguayana
SYN Micoureus paraguayanus cinerea, Micoureus demerarae cinerea, Marmosa demerarae cinerea, Marmosa (Marmosa) cinerea cinerea, Grymaeomys cinerea, Didelphis (Caluromys) cinerea, Marmosa cinerea [sensu stricto], Didelphys (Marmosa) cinerea, Marmosa (Micoureus) cinerea, Micoureus cinerea, Didelphys [(Micoureus) cinerea, Didelphys [(Metachirus) cinerea, Philander cinerea, Didelphis cinerea Temminck, 1824 [preoccupied by Didelphys cinerea Goldfuss, 1812] – ashed woolly mouse opossum, ashy opossum, cinereous opossum (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Micoureus paraguayanus travassosi, Micoureus demerarae travassosi, Marmosa cinerea travassosi, Micoureus travassosi, Marmosa travassosi
Micoureus phaeus or Marmosa phaea – little woolly mouse opossum (Gardner 2007), western bare-tailed woolly mouse opossum
SYN Micoureus phaeus phaeus, Micoureus regina phaea, Marmosa (Marmosa) phaea, Didelphys (Marmosa) phaea
SYN Micoureus phaeus perplexa, Micoureus regina perplexa, Marmosa perplexa
Micoureus regina or Marmosa regina – bare-tailed woolly mouse opossum (Gardner 2007), short-furred woolly mouse opossum
Micoureus regina regina, Micoureus demerea regina, Marmosa (Marmosa) regina, Didelphys (Marmosa) regina, Didelphis (Caluromys) regina
Micoureus regina germanus, Micoureus regina germana, Micoureus germana, Marmosa germana, Didelphys (Marmosa) germana, Didelphis (Caluromys) germana, Didelphis germana – Germana woolly mouse opossum
SYN Micoureus regina waterhousei, Marmosa waterhousei Osgood, 1914 [not Didelphys waterhousii Tomes, 1860] – § Mammals of South America'da bulunmayan bu taksonu yalnızca planet-mammiferes.org almış.
SYN Micoureus regina parda, Micoureus germana parda, Marmosa germana parda
SYN Micoureus regina rutteri, Micoureus germana rutteri, Marmosa germana rutteri
Micoureus regina rapposo, Micoureus regina rapposa, Micoureus rapposa, Marmosa rapposa, Marmosa (Marmosa) rapposa, Didelphys (Marmosa) rapposa, Didelphis (Caluromys) rapposa, Didelphis rapposa – Andean bare-tailed woolly mouse opossum
SYN Micoureus regina mapiriensis, Marmosa regina mapiriensis, Micoureus mapiriensis, Marmosa mapiriensis; Marmosa mapirensis – Mapiri bare-tailed woolly mouse opossum
Monodelphini –
Monodelphis – short-tailed opossums
Monodelphis adusta – sepia short-tailed opossum (Gardner 2007), Andean short-tailed opossum
Monodelphis adusta adusta, Didelphis (Monodelphis) adustus, Peramys adustus
SYN Monodelphis adusta melanops, Monodelphis melanops, Didelphis (Monodelphis) melanops, Peramys melanops – Panama peramys
Monodelphis adusta peruvianus, Monodelphis adusta peruviana, Monodelphis peruvianus peruvianus, Monodelphis peruvianus, Monodelphis peruviana, Didelphis (Monodelphis) peruvianus, Peramys peruvianus – Peruvian short-tailed opossum, Peruvian peramys
Monodelphis americana – northern three-striped opossum (Gardner 2007), three-striped short-tailed opossum, three-striped opossum
SYN Monodelphis americana americana, Monodelphis (Microdelphis) americanus, Didelphis (Microdelphys) americana, Didelphys americana, Didelphys (Peramys) americana, Peramys americanus, Minuania? americanus, Sorex americanus
SYN Mus araneus Marcgraf, 1648 [not Mus araneus of other pre-Linnaean authors (= Sorex araneus Linnaeus, 1758)] –
SYN Sorex brasiliensis [junior objective synonym and homonym of Sorex brasiliensis Erxleben] –
SYN Monodelphis americana tristriata, Didelphys (Microdelphys) tristriata, Didelphys (Grymaeomys) tristriata, Hemiurus tristriatus, Didelphys (Peramys) tristriatus, Peramys tristriatus, Peramys tristriata, Didelphis tristriata, Didelphys tristriata – three-striped opossum (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN Monodelphis americana trilineata, Didelphis Didelphis trilineata, Didelphys trilineata
Monodelphis brevicaudata – northern red-sided opossum, red-flanked opossum, Guianan short-tailed opossum (Gardner 2007), short-tailed shrew opossum
SYN Monodelphis brevicaudata brevicaudata, Didelphis (Monodelphis) brevicaudatus, Peramys brevicaudatus, Didelphys (Peramys) brevicaudata, Didelphys brevicaudata; Didelphis brevicauda; Monodelphis brevicaudis
SYN Monodelphis brevicaudata brachyuros, Peramys brachyurus, Sarigua brachyura, Philander brachyurus, Didelphys brachyuros, Didelphys brachyura – short-tailed opossum (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN Didelphis sebae
SYN Didelphys hunteri
SYN Monodelphis brevicaudata dorsalis, Didelphis (Monodelphis) dorsalis, Peramys brevicaudatus dorsalis
SYN Monodelphis brevicaudata orinoci, Peramys brevicaudatus orinoci, Didelphys (Peramys) brevicaudata orinoci, Monodelphis orinoci, Didelphis (Monodelphis) orinoci – Orinoco's opossum
SYN Monodelphis brevicaudata surinamensis, Sorex? Crossopus surinamensis, Sorex surinamensis
SYN Monodelphis brevicaudata touan, Monodelphis touan, Didelphis (Monodelphis) touan, Viverra touan, Mustela touan
SYN Monodelphis brevicaudata tricolor, Monodelphis tricolor, Micoureus tricolor, Peramys tricolor tricolor, Didelphis tricolor, Didelphys tricolor – tricolored opossum (Waterhouse 1841)
Monodelphis dimidiata – yellow-sided opossum (Gardner 2007), yellow-sided short-tailed opossum, yellow-flanked opossum
SYN Monodelphis dimidiata dimidiata, Monodelphis (Minuania) dimidiata, Minuania dimidiata, Didelphis (Monodelphis) dimidiata, Didelphys (Peramys) dimidiata, Didelphys dimidiata
SYN Monodelphis dimidiata fosteri, Monodelphis fosteri, Monodelphis (Minuania) fosteri, Minuania fosteri
Monodelphis domestica – grey short-tailed opossum, gray short-tailed opossum (Gardner 2007), grey-faced opossum (Macrini 2004), short bare-tailed opossum (Macrini 2004), Brazilian opossum, rainforest opossum, laboratory opossum
SYN Monodelphis domestica domestica, Didelphis (Monodelphis) domestica, Didelphys (Microdelphys) domestica, Peramys domesticus, Didelphys (Peramys) domestica, Didelphys domestica, Hemiurus domesticus
SYN Monodelphis domestica concolor, Didelphis (Monodelphis) concolor, Hemiurus concolor
SYN Hemiurus hunteri
Monodelphis emiliae, Monodelphis touan emiliae, Monodelphis tricolor emiliae, Peramys tricolor emiliae, Didelphis (Monodelphis) emiliae, Peramys emiliae – Emilia's short-tailed opossum (Gardner 2007), Amazonian short-tailed opossum
Monodelphis glirina, Monodelphis brevicaudata glirina, Didelphis (Monodelphis) glirina, Didelphis glirina, Didelphys glirina – Amazonian red-sided opossum (Gardner 2007)
Monodelphis iheringi, Peramys (Microdelphis) iheringi, Didelphis (Microdelphys) iheringi, Peramys iheringii, Didelphys (Peramys) iheringi, Didelphis iheringi – Ihering's three-striped opossum (Gardner 2007), Ihering's short-tailed opossum flat-headed opossum
Monodelphis kunsi, Monodelphis (Monodelphis) kunsi – pygmy short-tailed opossum (Gardner 2007), least short-tailed opossum
Monodelphis maraxina, Monodelphis domestica maraxina – Marajó short-tailed opossum (Gardner 2007), Marajo short-tailed opossum
Monodelphis osgoodi, Monodelphis osgoodi, Monodelphis adusta osgoodi, Monodelphis peruvianus osgoodi – Osgood's short-tailed opossum (Gardner 2007), highland short-tailed opossum
Monodelphis palliolata, Monodelphis palliolatus, Didelphis (Monodelphis) palliolatus, Monodelphis brevicaudata palliolatus – hooded red-sided opossum (Gardner 2007)
Monodelphis reigi – Reig's opossum (Gardner 2007)
Monodelphis ronaldi – Ronald's opossum (Gardner 2007), Peruvian short-tailed opossum
Monodelphis rubida, Didelphis (Monodelphis) rubidus, Didelphys (Peramys) rubida, Peramys rubidus, Monodelphis touan rubidus, Monodelphis tricolor rubidus, Peramys tricolor rubidus, Minuani rubida – red short-tailed opossum (Gardner 2007), chestnut-striped opossum, faint-striped opossum
Monodelphis scalops, Monodelphis adusta scalops, Didelphis (Monodelphis) scalops, Minuani scalops, Peramys (Peramys) scalops, Didelphys (Peramys) scalops, Didelphis scalops, Didelphys scalops – tawny-headed opossum (Gardner 2007), long-nosed short-tailed opossum, long-snouted opossum, red-faced opossum
Monodelphis sorex – southern red-sided opossum (Gardner 2007), red-sided opossum, shrewish short-tailed opossum (Wilson & Cole 2000, Canevari & Vaccaro 2007), shrew opossum, dwarf short-tailed opossum
SYN Monodelphis sorex sorex, Monodelphis sorex, Didelphis (Monodelphiops) sorex, Didelphys (Microdelphys) sorex, Microdelphis sorex, Peramys (Peramys) sorex, Peramys sorex, Didelphys sorex
SYN Monodelphis sorex itatiayae, Monodelphis dimidiata itatiayae, Peramys dimidiata itatiayae
SYN Monodelphis sorex lundi, Didelphis (Monodelphis) lundi, Didelphis lundi
SYN Monodelphis sorex paulensis, Monodelphis touan paulensis, Monodelphis tricolor paulensis
SYN Monodelphis sorex henseli, Monodelphis henseli, Didelphis (Monodelphis) henseli, Peramys henseli, Didelphys (Peramys) henseli, Didelphis henseli, Didelphys henseli; Peramys henselii; Monodelphis henseley – Hensel's short-tailed opossum (Redford & Eisenberg 1992), Hensel's opossum
Monodelphis theresa, Peramys theresae; Monodelphis americana theresa; Peramys (Microdelphis) theresae; Monodelphis therezae, Monodelphis americana therezae, Peramys therezae – southern three-striped opossum (Gardner 2007), Theresa's short-tailed opossum
Monodelphis umbristriata, Monodelphis rubida umbristriata, Minuania umbristriata; Minuania goyana [a lapsus and alternative name for Minuania umbristriata] – red three-striped opossum, faint-striped opossum (Gardner 2007)
Monodelphis unistriata, Didelphys (Microdelphys) unistriata, Peramys unistriatus, Didelphys (Peramys) unistriata, Didelphys unistriata – one-striped opossum, single-striped opossum (Gardner 2007), single-striped shrew opossum
Monodelphis pinocchio
Monodelphis amazonica – Amazonas short-tailed opossum
Monodelphis gardneri – Gardner's short-tailed opossum
Monodelphis handleyi – Handley's short-tailed opossum
Monodelphis macae
Monodelphis obscura – obscure short-tailed opossum
Monodelphis sanctaerosae – Santa Rosa opossum
Tlacuatzin canescens, Marmosa canescens – greyish mouse opossum, grayish mouse opossum
or SYN Tlacuatzin canescens canescens, Marmosa canescens canescens, Micoureus canescens, Didelphis canescens, Didelphys canescens – Tehuantepec opossum
SYN Tlacuatzin canescens oaxacae, Marmosa canescens oaxacae, Marmosa oaxacae – Oaxaca grayish mouse opossum
SYN Tlacuatzin canescens sinaloae, Marmosa canescens sinaloae, Marmosa sinaloae – Sinaloa grayish mouse opossum
SYN Tlacuatzin canescens insularis, Marmosa canescens insularis, Marmosa insularis – Très Marias grayish mouse opossum, Madra Maria Island opossum
or SYN Tlacuatzin canescens gaumeri, Marmosa canescens gaumeri, Marmosa gaumeri
Thylamyini –
Chacodelphys formosa or Gracilinanus formosa, Gracilinanus formosus, Gracilinanus agilis formosa, Thylamys formosa, Thylamys formosus, Marmosa (Thylamys) velutina formosa, Marmosa (Thylamys) formosa, Marmosa formosa [replacement name for Marmosa muscula Shamel, 1930, preoccupied by Didelphis (Marmosa) musculus Cabanis, 1848], Gracilinanus formosa muscula, Marmosa muscula, Thylamys vetulina formosa, Gracilinanus agilis muscula – Chacoan pygmy opossum, pygmy opossum (Gardner 2007), pigmy opossum, Formosa agile opossum
Cryptonanus
Cryptonanus unduaviensis, Gracilinanus agilis unduaviensis, Gracilinanus unduaviensis, Thylamys unduaviensis, Marmosa (Thylamys) unduaviensis, Marmosa unduaviensis – Unduavi gracile opossum, Unduavi gracile mouse opossum, Unduave mouse opossum (Gardner 2007)
Cryptonanus agricolai or Gracilinanus agricolai, Gracilinanus emiliae agricolai, Thylamys agricolai, Marmosa (Thylamys) agricolai, Marmosa agricolai – Agricola's gracile opossum, Agricola's opossum (Gardner 2007)
Cryptonanus chacoensis or Gracilinanus chacoensis, Gracilinanus agilis chacoensis, Marmosa agilis chacoensis – Chacoan gracile opossum, Chacoan mouse opossum (Gardner 2007), Chaco mouse opossum, Chaco agile opossum
Cryptonanus guahybae or Gracilinanus guahybae, Gracilinanus microtarsus guahybae, Marmosa microtarsus guahybae, Marmosa (Thylamys) microtarsus guahybae – Guahiba gracile opossum, Guahyba gracile opossum, Guahyba mouse opossum (Gardner 2007)
SYN Gracilinanus microtarsus herhardti –
Cryptonanus ignitus or Gracilinanus ignitus – red-bellied gracile opossum, red-bellied gracile mouse opossum (Díaz & Flores & Barquez 2002 ❶ [sp. nov.; Etymology.— ignitus (Latin) fiery glowing, referring to strong clay color of the venter. Common names: red-bellied gracile mouse opossum (Spanish: comadrejita de vientre rojo)]), red-bellied mouse opossum (Gardner 2007)
Gracilinanus
Gracilinanus aceramarcae, Thylamys aceramarcae, Marmosa (Thylamys) aceramarcae, Marmosa aceramarcae – Aceramarca gracile opossum, Aceramarca gracile mouse opossum, Aceramarca opossum (Gardner 2007), Bolivian gracile opossum
Gracilinanus agilis, Marmosa agilis – agile gracile opossum, agile gracile mouse opossum (Esquivel 2001, Cannevaro & Vaccaro 2007), agile mouse opossum, agile opossum (Gardner 2007)
SYN Gracilinanus agilis agilis, Marmosa (Thylamys) agilis agilis, Marmosa agilis, Thylamys agilis, Didelphis (Grymaeomys) agilis, Grymaeomys agilis, Didelphys (Grymaeomys) agilis, Didelphys agilis
SYN Gracilinanus agilis beatrix, Marmosa (Thylamys) agilis beatrix, Marmosa (Marmosa) beatrix, Didelphis (Grymaeomys) beatrix, Marmosa beatrix
SYN Gracilinanus agilis buenavistae, Marmosa (Thylamys) agilis buenavistae, Marmosa agilis buenavistae, Gracilinanus buenavistae – Buena Vista agile opossum
SYN Gracilinanus agilis peruana, Marmosa (Thylamys) agilis peruana, Marmosa agilis peruana – Peru agile opossum
SYN Gracilinanus agilis blaseri, Gracilinanus blaseri, Marmosa blaseri
SYN Gracilinanus agilis rondoni, Gracilinanus rondoni, Thylamys rondoni
Gracilinanus dryas, Marmosa (Thylamys) dryas, Thylamys dryas, Didelphis (Grymaeomys) dryas, Marmosa dryas, Marmosa (Marmosa) dryas, Didelphys (Marmosa) dryas – wood-sprite gracile opossum, wood sprite gracile opossum, wood sprite gracile mouse opossum, wood-sprite opossum (Gardner 2007)
Gracilinanus emiliae – Emilia's gracile opossum, Emilia's gracile mouse opossum, Emilia's opossum (Gardner 2007)
SYN Gracilinanus emiliae emiliae, Marmosa emiliae, Marmosa (Marmosa) emiliae, Marmosa (Thylamys) emiliae, Thylamys emiliae, Didelphis (Grymaeomys) emiliae
SYN Gracilinanus emiliae longicaudatus, Gracilinanus longicaudus; Gracilinanus longicaudis – long-tailed gracile mouse opossum
Gracilinanus marica – northern gracile opossum (Gardner 2007), northern gracile mouse opossum, Marica opossum
SYN Gracilinanus marica marica, Thylamys maricus, Marmosa (Thylamys) marica, Marmosa marica, Marmosa (Marmosa) marica, Didelphys (Marmosa) marica, Didelphis (Grymaeomys) marica
SYN Gracilinanus marica perijae, Gracilinanus perijae – northern agile gracile mouse opossum, Colombian gracile mouse opossum
Gracilinanus microtarsus – Brazilian gracile opossum (Gardner 2007), Brazilian gracile mouse opossum
SYN Gracilinanus microtarsus microtarsus, Marmosa microtarsus microtarsus, Marmosa microtarsus, Marmosa (Thylamys) microtarsus, Thylamys microtarsus, Grymaeomys microtarsus, Didelphys microtarsus
SYN Gracilinanus microtarsus herhardti, Gracilinanus herhardti, Marmosa herhardti
Lestodelphys halli, Notodelphys halli – Patagonian opossum (Gardner 2007), lestodelfo (Gardner 2007)
Marmosops – slender opossums, slender mouse opossums
Marmosops bishopi, Marmosops parvidens bishopi, Marmosa parvidens bishopi – Bishop's slender opossum (Gardner 2007), Bishop's slender mouse opossum
Marmosops cracens, Marmosops incanus cracens, Marmosa cracens – narrow-headed slender opossum (Gardner 2007), narrow-headed slender mouse opossum
Marmosops creightoni – Creighton's slender opossum (Gardner 2007), Creighton slender mouse opossum, Voss' slender opossum
Marmosops fuscatus – dusky slender opossum (Gardner 2007), dusky slender mouse opossum, Merida opossum
Marmosops fuscatus fuscatus, Marmosops incanus fuscatus, Marmosa fuscata, Marmosa (Marmosa) fuscata, Didelphys (Marmosa) fuscata
Marmosops fuscatus carri, Thylamys carri, Marmosa (Thylamys) carri, Thylamys carri, Tylomys carri, Didelphys (Marmosa) carri
Marmosops fuscatus perfuscus, Marmosa perfusca
Marmosops handleyi, Marmosa handleyi – Handley's slender opossum (Gardner 2007), Handley's slender mouse opossum
Marmosops impavidus, Marmosa impavida – Tschudi's slender opossum (Gardner 2007), Tschudi's slender mouse opossum, Andean slender mouse opossum
SYN Marmosops impavidus impavidus, Marmosa (Marmosa) impavida impavida, Marmosa impavida, Didelphys impavida
SYN Marmosops impavidus caucae, Marmosa (Marmosa) impavida caucae, Marmosops caucae, Didelphis (Marmosops) caucae, Didelphys (Marmosa) caucae, Marmosa (Marmosa) caucae, Marmosa caucae, Thylamys caucae – Cauca slender mouse opossum
SYN Marmosops impavidus celicae, Marmosa celicae
SYN Marmosops impavidus madescens, Marmosa (Marmosa) impavida madescens, Didelphis (Marmosops) madescens, Marmosa caucae madescens, Marmosa madescens, Marmosa (Marmosa) madescens
SYN Marmosops impavidus oroensis, Marmosa (Marmosa) impavida oroensis, Marmosa oroensis
SYN Marmosops impavidus sobrina, Didelphis (Marmosops) sobrina, Marmosa (Marmosa) sobrina, Marmosa sobrina
SYN Marmosops impavidus ucayaliensis, Marmosa caucae ucayaliensis
SYN Marmosops noctivagus purui, Marmosa (Marmosa) purui, Marmosa caucae purui, Marmosa purui, Thylamys pallidior purui, Thylamys purui, Didelphis (Thylamys) purui
Marmosops incanus, Marmosa incana – grey slender opossum, gray slender opossum (Gardner 2007), grey slender mouse opossum, gray slender mouse opossum, hoary opossum
SYN Marmosops incanus incanus, Marmosa incana, Marmosa (Marmosa) incana, Didelphys (Marmosa) incana, Didelphys incana, Didelphys (Metachirus) incana, Micoureus incanus
SYN Marmosops incanus bahiensis, Marmosa incana bahiensis
SYN Marmosops incanus scapulatus, Marmosops scapulata, Didelphis (Marmosops) scapulata, Marmosa scapulata, Grymaeomys scapulatus; Didelphys (Marmosa) scapanus
Marmosops invictus, Marmosa invicta – Panama slender opossum, Panama slender mouse opossum, slaty slender mouse opossum, black marmosa
Marmosops juninensis, Marmosops parvidens juninensis, Marmosa parvidens juninensis, Marmosa juninensis – Junín slender opossum (Gardner 2007), Junin slender opossum, Junin delicate slender mouse opossum
Marmosops neblina, Marmosops impavidus neblina – Neblina slender opossum (Gardner 2007)
Marmosops noctivagus, Marmosa noctivaga – white-bellied slender opossum (Gardner 2007), white-bellied slender mouse opossum
SYN Marmosops noctivagus noctivagus, Didelphis (Marmosops) noctivaga, Marmosa (Marmosa) noctivaga, Didelphys (Marmosa) noctivaga, Didelphys noctivaga
SYN Marmosops noctivagus albiventris, Marmosops impavidus albiventris, Marmosa (Marmosa) impavida albiventris, Marmosa caucae albiventris
SYN Marmosops noctivagus collega, Marmosa noctivaga collega, Marmosa collega
SYN Marmosops noctivagus keaysi, Marmosops noctivaga keaysi, Marmosa (Marmosops) noctivaga keaysi, Marmosa (Marmosa) noctivaga keaysi, Marmosa noctivaga keaysi, Marmosa keaysi, Didelphys (Marmosa) keaysi, Marmosa (Thylamys) keaysi, Didelphis (Thylamys) keaysi, Thylamys keaysi, Thylamys elegans keaysi
SYN Marmosops noctivagus leucastra, Marmosops leucastra, Marmosa leucastra – Northern Peruvian white-bellied slender mouse opossum
SYN Marmosops noctivagus lugenda, Marmosa noctivaga lugenda
SYN Marmosops noctivagus neglecta, Marmosa noctivaga neglecta, Marmosa impavida neglecta, Marmosa (Marmosa) impavida neglecta, Didelphis (Marmosa) neglecta
SYN Marmosops noctivagus polita, Marmosa noctivaga polita, Marmosa (Marmosa) polita, Didelphis (Marmosa) polita, Marmosa polita
SYN Marmosops noctivagus stollei, Marmosa stollei
SYN [or ↓] Marmosops dorothea – Dorothy's slender opossum, Dorothy's slender mouse opossum
SYN (dorothea) Marmosops dorothea dorothea, Marmosa noctivaga dorothea, Didelphis (Marmosops) dorothea, Marmosa (Marmosa) dorothea, Marmosa dorothea –
SYN (dorothea) Marmosops dorothea yungasensis, Marmosops yungasensis, Marmosa yungasensis, Marmosa (Marmosa) yungasensis – Yungas slender mouse opossum
Marmosops ocellatus, Marmosops dorothea ocellata, Marmosa (Marmosops) dorothea ocellata, Marmosa ocellata, Marmosa (Marmosa) ocellata, Marmosops ocellata – spectacled slender opossum (Gardner 2007), little spotted slender mouse opossum § Gardner 2007: Gardner (1993a), S. Anderson (1997), and B. E. Brown (2004) treated M. ocellatus as a synonym of M. dorothea, but later Gardner (2005b) treated M. ocellatus as a synonym of M. impavidus. Voss, Tarifa, and Yensen (2004) recognized M. ocellatus as a valid species, identified the Bolivian specimen J. L. Patton, Silva, and Malcolm (2000:53) called M. impavidus as M. ocellatus, and relegated M. dorothea to the synonymy of M. noctivagus. Marmosops ocellatus, currently known from only departamento Santa Cruz, Bolivia, is expected in adjacent Brazil. We are treating all locality records listed by S. Anderson (1997:152), under M. dorothea from departamento Santa Cruz, as representing M. ocellatus.
Marmosops pakaraimae – Pakaraima slender opossum
Marmosops parvidens, Marmosa parvidens, Marmosops parvidens parvidens, Marmosa parvidens parvidens; Marmosa parvidentata – delicate slender opossum (Gardner 2007), delicate slender mouse opossum
Marmosops paulensis, Marmosops incanus paulensis, Marmosa incana paulensis – Brazilian slender opossum (Gardner 2007), São Paulo slender mouse opossum
Marmosops pinheiroi, Marmosops parvidens pinheiroi, Marmosa parvidens pinheiroi – Pinheiro's slender opossum (Gardner 2007), Pine's delicate slender mouse opossum
SYN Marmosops parvidens woodalli, Marmosa parvidens woodalli
Thylamys – fat-tailed mouse opossums
Thylamys cinderella, Didelphis (Thylamys) cinderella, Thylamys elegans cinderella, Marmosa (Thylamys) elegans cinderella, Didelphys (Marmosa) elegans cinderella, Thylamys venustus cinderella – Cinderella fat-tailed mouse opossum, Cinderella thylamys (Gardner 2007)
Thylamys elegans, Marmosa elegans – elegant fat-tailed mouse opossum, elegant thylamys (Gardner 2007), Chilian opossum
SYN Thylamys elegans elegans, Marmosa elegans elegans, Marmosa (Thylamys) elegans elegans, Thylamys elegans, Thylamys pallidior elegans, Micoureus elegans, Didelphys (Micoureus) elegans, Didelphys (Marmosa) elegans, Grymaeomys elegans, Didelphys (Grymaeomys) elegans, Didelphis elegans, Didelphys elegans – elegant opossum (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Thylamys elegans hortensis, Marmosa hortensis, Didelphis hortensis – garden opossum (Waterhouse 1838)
SYN Thylamys elegans coquimbensis, Marmosa elegans coquimbensis – Coquimbo elegant fat-tailed mouse opossum
SYN Thylamys elegans soricina, Marmosa elegans soricina, Didelphis (Dromiciops) soricina, Didelphys (Peramys) soricina, Didelphys soricina – shrew-like opossum
Thylamys karimii, Thylamys pusilla karimii, Marmosa (Thylamys) karimii, Marmosa karimii – Karimi's fat-tailed mouse opossum, Karimi's thylamys (Gardner 2007), Central Brazilian common fat-tailed opossum
Thylamys macrurus – Paraguayan fat-tailed mouse opossum (IUCN 2009), Paraguayan thylamys (Gardner 2007), long-tailed fat-tailed opossum (Canevari & Vaccaro 2007)
SYN Thylamys macrurus macrurus, Thylamys macrura, Dydelphis macrura, Didelphys macrura; Didelphys macroura; Thylamys marmota, Marmosa marmota marmota, Didelphys marmota Oken, 1816 [not Marmosa marmota O. Thomas, 1896] –
SYN Thylamys macrurus grisea, Thylamys griseus, Thylamys grisea, Didelphis (Thylamys) grisea, Marmosa (Thylamys) grisea, Marmosa grisea, Didelphys (Marmosa) grisea, Micoureus griseus, Didelphys (Grymaeomys) griseus, Didelphis grisea – greyish Paraguayan fat-tailed mouse opossum, grey opossum
Thylamys pallidior – white-bellied fat-tailed mouse opossum, white-bellied thylamys (Gardner 2007)
SYN Thylamys pallidior pallidior, Thylamys pusilla pallidior, Marmosa (Thylamys) pusilla pallidior, Marmosa pusilla pallidior, Marmosa elegans pallidior, Marmosa (Thylamys) elegans pallidior, Didelphys (Marmosa) elegans pallidior, Didelphis (Thylamys) pallidior, Marmosa pallidior
SYN Thylamys pallidior bruchi, Thylamys pusilla bruchi, Marmosa (Thylamys) pusilla bruchi, Marmosa pusilla bruchi, Thylamys elegans bruchi, Marmosa bruchi
SYN Thylamys pallidior fenestrae, Thylamys fenestrae, Marmosa elegans fenestrae –
Thylamys pusillus, Thylamys pusilla – common fat-tailed mouse opossum (IUCN 2009), common mouse opossum (Canevari & Vaccaro 2007), Chaco fat-tailed opossum, Chacoan thylamys (Gardner 2007), small fat-tailed mouse opossum (IUCN 2009), small fat-tailed opossum (Canevari & Vaccaro 2007)
SYN Thylamys pusillus pusillus, Micoureus pusillus, Marmosa (Thylamys) pusilla, Marmosa pusilla, Marmosa (Marmosa) pusilla, Didelphys (Marmosa) pusilla, Didelphys (Grymaeomys) pusilla, Didelphis pusilla, Didelphys pusilla, Sarigua pusilla
SYN Thylamys pusillus nana, Thylamys nana, Marmosa nana, Didelphis nana, Didelphys nana
SYN Thylamys pusillus marmota, Marmosa (Thylamys) marmota, Marmosa marmota O. Thomas, 1896 –
SYN Thylamys pallidior pulchella, Thylamys pulchellus, Thylamys pulchella, Marmosa janetta pulchella
SYN Thylamys pusillus citella, Thylamys citella, Marmosa (Thylamys) citella, Didelphis (Thylamys) citella, Marmosa citella
SYN Thylamys pusillus verax, Marmosa pusilla verax, Marmosa marmota verax, Thylamys verax, Marmosa verax
Thylamys sponsorius, Thylamys sponsoria, Thylamys elegans sponsoria, Marmosa elegans sponsoria, Marmosa venusta sponsoria – Argentine fat-tailed mouse opossum, Argentine thylamys (Gardner 2007)
Thylamys tatei, Thylamys elegans tatei, Marmosa (Thylamys) tatei, Marmosa tatei – Tate's fat-tailed mouse opossum, Tate's thylamys (Gardner 2007), Peruvian elegant fat-tailed mouse opossum
Thylamys velutinus – dwarf fat-tailed mouse opossum, dwarf thylamys (Gardner 2007), velvety opossum
SYN Thylamys velutinus velutinus, Marmosa velutina, Marmosa (Thylamys) velutina, Didelphis (Thylamys) velutina, Marmosa (Marmosa) velutina, Didelphys (Marmosa) velutina, Grymaeomys velutinus, Peramys velutinus, Microdelphys velutina, Didelphys velutina
SYN Thylamys velutinus pimelura, Thylamys pimelura, Marmosa pimelura, Didelphys (Marmosa) pimelura, Didelphys pimelura
Thylamys venustus – buff-bellied fat-tailed mouse opossum, buff-bellied thylamys (Gardner 2007), charming fat-tailed mouse opossum
SYN Thylamys venustus venustus, Thylamys elegans venusta, Marmosa elegans venusta, Didelphys (Marmosa) elegans venusta, Marmosa (Thylamys) elegans venusta, Didelphis (Thylamys) venusta, Marmosa venusta
SYN Thylamys elegans janetta, Marmosa janetta – Bolivian elegant fat-tailed mouse opossum


Paucituberculata
Argyrolagoidea – argyrolagoideans
Caenolestoidea, Caenolestestoidea, Caenolestia –
Caenolestidae – shrew opossums, rat opossums, rat-opossums, caenolestids
Caenolestes – common shrew opossums, northern shrew-opossums
Caenolestes convelatus – northern caenolestid (Gardner 2007), northern shrew opossum, blackish shrew opossum
Caenolestes convelatus convelatus
Caenolestes convelatus barbarensis – Santa Barbara shrew opossum
Caenolestes fuliginosus – dusky caenolestid (Gardner 2007), common gray shrew opossum
Caenolestes fuliginosus fuliginosus, Hyracodon fuliginosus – Ecuador shrew opossum, Ecuador selva
SYN Caenolestes fuliginosus tatei, Caenolestes tatei – Tate's shrew opossum
Caenolestes fuliginosus centralis
Caenolestes fuliginosus obscurus, Caenolestes obscurus – Columbia shrew opossum, dusky caenolestes, Bogota selva, rat opossum
Caenolestes condorensis – Andean caenolestid (Gardner 2007), Andean shrew opossum, Condor caenolestid, Condor shrew opossum
Caenolestes caniventer – gray-bellied caenolestid (Gardner 2007), grey-bellied shrew opossum, pale-bellied shrew opossum
Caenolestes sangay – eastern caenolestid, Sangay shrew opossum
Lestoros inca – Incan caenolestid (Gardner 2007), Incan shrew opossum, Peruvian caenolestid, Peruvian shrew opossum
SYN Lestoros inca inca, Caenolestes inca, Cryptolestes inca, Orolestes inca
SYN Lestoros inca gracilis, Lestoros gracilis, Caenolestes gracilis – slender shrew opossum
Rhyncholestes raphanurus – long-nosed caenolestid (Gardner 2007), long-nosed shrew opossum, fat-tailed caenolestid, Chilean shrew opossum
Rhyncholestes raphanurus raphanurus
Rhyncholestes raphanurus continentalis, Rhyncholestes continentalis – Mainland Chilean shrew opossum

Australidelphia

Australidelphia [Microbiotheria + Polyprotodontia + Diprotodontia] – Australasian mammals, Australasian marsupial mammals


Microbiotheria – microbiotheres
Microbiotheriidae
Dromiciops gliroides – monito del monte, colocolo opossum
SYN Dromiciops gliroides gliroides, Dromiciops australis gliroides; Didelphys elegans Cunningham, 1871 [not Thylamys elegans Waterhouse, 1839] –
SYN Dromiciops gliroides australis, Dromiciops australis, Marmosa australis, Didelphis (Thylamys) australis, Didelphys australis F. Philippi, 1893 [preoccupied by Didelphys australis Goldfuss, 1812] – South Chilean opossum, Chilean opossum, Chiloe Island opossum


Euaustralidelphia [excl. Microbiotheria] –

Polyprotodontia [Notoryctemorphia + Dasyuromorphia + Peramelemorphia; excl. Diprotodontia] – polyprotodontes


Notoryctemorphia
Notoryctidae – marsupial moles (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Notoryctes – marsupial mole, pouched mole, mole with pouch
Notoryctes typhlops, Neoryctes typhlops, Psammoryctes typhlops – itjaritjari (Maxwell & Burbidge & Morris 1996), itjari-itjari, southern marsupial mole (Jackson & Groves 2015), central marsupial mole, marsupial mole (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Notoryctes caurinus – kakarratul (Maxwell & Burbidge & Morris 1996), northern marsupial mole (Jackson & Groves 2015), northwestern marsupial mole, north-western marsupial mole (Iredale & Troughton 1934), western marsupial mole


Dasyuromorphia – marsupial carnivores
Dasyuroidea, Dasyuria [Thylacinidae + Myrmecobiidae + Dasyuridae] –

Thylacinidae, Thylacininae – thylacinids, thylacinid marsupials
Nimbacinus dicksoni – Dickson's thylacine
Thylacinus
Thylacinus potens – powerful thylacine
Thylacinus cynocephalus, Dasuyrus cynocephalus, Didelphis cynocephala, Peracyon cynocephalus, Paracyon cynocephalus, Lycaon cynocephalus; Thylacinus harrisii; Thylacinus striatus [new name for D. cynocephala] – thylacine (Jackson & Groves 2015), marsupial wolf (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Tasmanian wolf (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as Tasmanian or marsupial wolf or tiger]), Tasmanian tiger (Iredale & Troughton 1934), marsupial tiger (Iredale & Troughton 1934), dog-faced dasyurus, dog-headed thylacinus (Waterhouse 1838), the thylacinus (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Thylacinus breviceps

Myrmecobiidae, Myrmecobiinae – marsupial ant-eaters (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Myrmecobius fasciatus – numbat (Jackson & Groves 2015), banded anteater, banded Australian anteater, marsupial anteater, walpurti
Myrmecobius fasciatus fasciatus – banded numbat, banded West Australia numbat, banded ant-eater (Iredale & Troughton 1934), banded myrmecobius (Waterhouse 1838, 1841), numbat (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as numbat or banded ant-eater])
SYN Myrmecobius diemenensis
Myrmecobius fasciatus rufus, Myrmecobius rufus – rusty numbat (Iredale & Troughton 1934), rusty South Australia numbat, South Australian numbat (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as South Australian or rusty numbat]), red myrmecobius (Waterhouse 1841)

Dasyuridae – dasyures, marsupial mice, dasyurids (Ziegler 1971), the dasyures (Waterhouse 1841)
Sminthopsinae –
Sminthopsini –
Antechinomys laniger, Sminthopsis laniger – kultarr (Jackson & Groves 2015) , jerboa marsupial mouse, jerboa pouched mouse, jumping pouched mouse, wooly pouched mouse, wuhl-wuhl, pitchi-pitchi
Antechinomys laniger laniger, Sminthopsis laniger laniger, Phascogale lanigera – little jerboa-marsupial (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as little or eastern jerboa-marsupial]), little jerboa marsupial mouse, eastern jerboa-marsupial (Iredale & Troughton 1934), eastern jerboa marsupial mouse
Antechinomys laniger spenceri, Sminthopsis laniger spenceri, Antechinomys spenceri – greater jerboa-marsupial (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as greater or central jerboa-marsupial]), greater jerboa marsupial mouse, central jerboa-marsupial (Iredale & Troughton 1934), central jerboa marsupial mouse
Ningaui
Ningaui timealeyi – Pilbara ningaui (Jackson & Groves 2015) , Ealey's ningaui
Ningaui yvonneae – southern ningaui (Jackson & Groves 2015), mallee ningaui, Kitchener's ningaui
Ningaui ridei – Wongai ningaui (Jackson & Groves 2015) , Inland ningaui
Sminthopsis – dunnarts
S. crassicaudata species-group –
Sminthopsis crassicaudata – fat-tailed dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015), fat-tailed marsupial mouse (Iredale & Troughton 1934), thick-tailed pouched mouse
Sminthopsis crassicaudata crassicaudata, Podabrus crassicaudatus, Phascogale crassicaudata
Sminthopsis crassicaudata centralis, Sminthopsis crassicaudatus centralis, Sminthopsis macrura centralis
Sminthopsis crassicaudata ferruginea
S. macroura species-group –
Sminthopsis bindi – Kakadu dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Sminthopsis butleri – Carpentarian dunnart, Butler's dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Sminthopsis douglasi – Julia Creek dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Sminthopsis macroura – stripe-faced dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015), Darling Downs dunnart
Sminthopsis macroura macroura, Podabrus macrourus, Dasyurus macroura; Sminthopsis crassicaudata macrura, Podabrus macrurus
SYN Sminthopsis macroura larapinta, Sminthopsis larapinta, Sminthopsis larapinta larapinta – striped-head sminthopsis (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Larapinta pouched mouse
SYN Sminthopsis macroura monticola, Sminthopsis monticola
Sminthopsis macroura froggatti, Sminthopsis macrura froggatti, Sminthopsis froggatti, Antechinus (Podabrus) froggatti, Antechinus froggatti – Froggatt's sminthopsis (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Sminthopsis macroura stalkeri, Sminthopsis stalkeri, Sminthopsis larapinta stalkeri – Stalker's fat-tailed sminthopsis (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Sminthopsis virginiae – red-cheeked dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015), striped-faced pouched mouse
Sminthopsis virginiae virginiae, Phascogale virginiae – Northern Queensland red-cheeked dunnart
Sminthopsis virginiae nitela, Sminthopsis larapinta nitela, Sminthopsis nitela – Daly River dunnart, Daly River sminthopsis
SYN Sminthopsis virginiae lumholtzi, Sminthopsis lumholtzi – Lumholtz's sminthopsis (Iredale & Troughton 1934 ❶ [nom. nov.]), Lumholtz's marsupial mouse
Sminthopsis virginiae rufigenis, Sminthopsis rufigenis – red-cheeked marsupial mouse (Ziegler 1971)
SYN Sminthopsis virginiae rona, Phascogale rona – Rona dunnart
S. granulipes species-group –
Sminthopsis granulipes – white-tailed dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015), ashy-grey dunnart, granule-footed sminthopsis (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
S. griseoventer species-group –
Sminthopsis aitkeni or Sminthopsis fuliginosus aitkeni – Kangaroo Island dunnart
Sminthopsis griseoventer – grey-bellied dunnart
Sminthopsis griseoventer griseoventer
SYN Sminthopsis griseoventer caniventer, Sminthopsis caniventer – grey-bellied dunnart
Sminthopsis griseoventer boullangerensis or Sminthopsis boullangerensis – Boullanger Island dunnart
S. longicaudata species-group –
Sminthopsis longicaudata – long-tailed dunnart, large long-tailed dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015), long-tailed sminthopsis (Iredale & Troughton 1934), tjarrtjalaranpa, yarntala, yarrutju
S. murina species-group –
Sminthopsis archeri – chestnut dunnart
Sminthopsis dolichura – little long-tailed dunnart, little-long-tailed dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Sminthopsis fuliginosus [sensu lato : incl. syn. griseoventer, caniventer, boullangerensis + subsp. aitkeni] – grey-bellied dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Sminthopsis fuliginosus [sensu stricto], Sminthopsis fuliginosus fuliginosus, Sminthopsis murina fuliginosus, Antechinus fuliginosus – sooty dunnart
Sminthopsis gilberti – Gilbert's dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Sminthopsis leucopus – white-footed dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015), white-footed marsupial mouse, white-footed sminthopsis (Iredale & Troughton 1934), white-footed pouched mouse
Sminthopsis leucopus leucopus, Phascogale leucopus
SYN Sminthopsis leucopus leucogenys, Antechinus leucogenys
Sminthopsis leucopus ferruginifrons, Antechinus ferruginifrons
SYN Sminthopsis leucopus mitchelli, Podabrus mitchelli, Phascolomys mitchelli
Sminthopsis murina – slender-tailed dunnart, slender-tailed pouched mouse, slender mouse-sminthopsis (Iredale & Troughton 1934), common dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015), common pouched mouse marsupial mouse
Sminthopsis murina murina, Phascogale murina, Antechinus murinus – mainland common dunnart, murine phascogale (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN Sminthopsis murina albipes, Phascogale albipes, Antechinus albipes – southeastern common dunnart
Sminthopsis murina constricta, Sminthopsis macrura constricta – central common dunnart, slender-tailed pouched mouse
Sminthopsis murina tatei – Northern Queensland common dunnart
S. psammophila species-group –
Sminthopsis hirtipes – hairy-footed dunnart, greater hairy-footed dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015), hairy-footed sminthopsis (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Sminthopsis ooldea – Ooldea dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015), Troughton's sminthopsis
Sminthopsis psammophila, Sminthopsis psammophilus, Sminthopsis macrura psammophila – sandhill dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015), sandhill pouched mouse, large desert sminthopsis (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Sminthopsis youngsoni – lesser hairy-footed dunnart (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Planigalini –
Planigale – planigales, flat-skulled marsupial mice (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Planigale gilesi – paucident planigale, Gile's planigale (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Planigale ingrami – long-tailed planigale (Jackson & Groves 2015), northern planigale (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Planigale ingrami ingrami, Phascogale ingrami
Planigale ingrami brunnea, Planigale ingrami brunneus
Planigale ingrami subtilissima, Planigale subtilissima, Phascogale subtilissima – western planigale (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as western or little planigale]), little planigale (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Planigale maculata, Antechinus maculatus – common planigale (Jackson & Groves 2015), pigmy pouched mouse, pygmy marsupial mouse, pigmy antechinus (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Planigale maculata maculata, Antechinus maculatus maculatus, Phascogale maculata – coastal planigale
SYN Planigale maculata minutissimus, Antechinus minutissimus, Phascogale minutissima, Phascologale minutissima
SYN Podabrus minutus
Planigale maculata sinualis, Antechinus maculatus sinualis, Phascogale minutissima sinualis
Planigale novaeguineae – New Guinean planigale, Papuan planigale, Papuan marsupial mouse (Ziegler 1971)
Planigale tenuirostris – narrow-nosed planigale (Jackson & Groves 2015), slender-nosed planigale (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Dasyurinae –
Phascogalini, Phascogalinae –
Antechinus – broad-footed marsupial mice (Iredale & Troughton 1934), antechinuses, antechinus shrews, pouched mice, route rat
Antechinus swainsonii [sensu lato : incl. mimetes, vandycki] – dusky antechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015), dusky marsupial mouse (Iredale & Troughton 1934), sombre marsupial mouse (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as sombre or dusky marsupial mouse])
Antechinus swainsonii [sensu stricto] or Antechinus swainsonii swainsonii, Phascogale swainsonii – Tasmanian dusky antechinus (Baker & Mutton & Mason & Gray 2015), Swainson's pouched mouse
SYN (swainsonii; formerly: minimus) Antechinus minimus rolandensis, Antechinus rolandensis – Roland swamp antechinus
SYN Antechinus swainsonii niger, Antechinus niger
SYN Antechinus swainsonii moorei, Antechinus moorei
SYN Antechinus swainsonii assimilis, Antechinus moorei assimilis
Antechinus vandycki – Tasman Peninsula dusky antechinus (Baker & Mutton & Mason & Gray 2015 ❶ [sp. nov.]) § Baker & Mutton & Mason & Gray 2015: Etymology. Named in honour of Dr Steve Van Dyck, former Senior Curator of Mammals and Birds at the Queensland Museum, for his pioneering taxonomic work on the genus Antechinus. ... Comments. We recommend the following common name be used in association with A. vandycki sp. nov.: Tasman Peninsula Dusky Antechinus.
Antechinus mimetes – mainland dusky antechinus (Baker & Mutton & Mason & Gray 2015 ❶ [new status])
Antechinus mimetes mimetes or Antechinus swainsonii mimetes, Phascogale swainsonii mimetes
Antechinus mimetes insulanus or Antechinus swainsonii insulanus
Antechinus arktos – black-tailed dusky antechinus (Baker & Mutton & Mason & Gray 2015), black-tailed antechinus (Baker & Mutton & Hines & van Dyck 2014 ❶ [sp. nov.]; Jackson & Groves 2015) § Baker & Mutton & Mason & Gray 2015: For clarity, common names of the four species [Ü.Ç: swainsonii, vandycki, mimetes, arktos] are proposed here as variants of 'Dusky Antechinus'. This necessitates a proposed common name change for A. arktos from our previous (Baker et al. 2014) 'Black-tailed Antechinus' to 'Black-tailed Dusky Antechinus'. At the time of naming A. arktos, we were unaware of further variation within A. swainsonii; but given the suite of species now reported, retaining the original epithet nested within the common name of A. arktos seems most appropriate.
Antechinus minimus – swamp antechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Antechinus minimus minimus, Dasyurus minimus, Phascogale minima – little Tasmanian marsupial mouse (Iredale & Troughton 1934), little pouched mouse, dwarf dasyurus, Geoffroy's phascogale (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Antechinus minimus affinis, Antechinus affinis, Phascogale affinis – Grey's pouched mouse
SYN Antechinus minimus concinnus, Antechinus concinnus
Antechinus minimus maritima, Antechinus swaynsonii maritima – southeastern swamp antechinus
Antechinus godmani, Phascogale godmani – Atherton antechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015), Godman's marsupial mouse (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Antechinus agilis, Antechinus stuartii agilis – agile antechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015), marsupial mouse
Antechinus subtropicus – subtropical antechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Antechinus stuartii [sensu lato] – swamp antechinus
Antechinus stuartii [sensu stricto] – brown antechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015), , brown marsupial mouse Stuart's antechinus, Macleay's antechinus
SYN Antechinus stuartii stuartii – mainland swamp antechinus
SYN Antechinus stuartii unicolor, Antechinus unicolor
SYN Antechinus stuartii burrelli, Antechinus flavipes burrelli, Antechinus burrelli – Burrell yellow-footed antechinus
Antechinus adustus, Antechinus stuartii adustus, Antechinus stuartii adusta, Phascogale flavipes adusta, Antechinus flavipes adusta – tropical antechinus, rusty antechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Antechinus bellus, Phascogale bella – fawn antechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015), fawn marsupial mouse (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Antechinus leo – cinnamon antechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Antechinus argentus – silver-headed antechinus (Baker & Mutton & Hines 2013 ❶ [sp. nov.]; Jackson & Groves 2015)
Antechinus mysticus – buff-footed antechinus (Baker & Mutton & van Dyck 2012 ❶ [sp. nov.]; Jackson & Groves 2015)
Antechinus flavipes – yellow-footed antechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015), yellow-footed marsupial mouse (Iredale & Troughton 1934), yellow-footed pouched mouse
Antechinus flavipes flavipes, Antechinus stuartii flavipes, Antechinus bellus flavipes, Phascogale flavipes – southeastern yellow-footed antechinus, yellow-footed phascogale (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN Antechinus flavipes rufogaster, Phascogale rufogaster
Antechinus flavipes rubeculus – Northern Queensland yellow-footed antechinus
Antechinus flavipes leucogaster, Phascogale flavipes leucogaster, Antechinus leucogaster, Phascogale leucogaster – mardo, western yellow-footed antechinus, white-bellied pouched mouse
Murexia [sensu lato : incl. Micromurexia, Phascomurexia, Paramurexia, Murexechinus] –
Murexia longicaudata – short-furred dasyure, short-haired marsupial mouse (Ziegler 1971)
SYN Murexia longicaudata longicaudata, Phascogale longicaudata
SYN Murexia longicaudata aspera, Murexia aspera, Phascogale murex aspera
SYN Murexia longicaudata maxima, Phascogale maxima
SYN Murexia longicaudata murex, Phascogale murex
Micromurexia habbema or Murexia habbema – Habbema dasyure, Habbema antechinus, black-tailed marsupial mouse
Micromurexia habbema habbema or Murexia habbema habbema or Murexia habbema [sensu stricto], Antechinus habbema, Antechinus naso habbema – Habbema dasyure
Micromurexia habbema hageni or Murexia habbema hageni or Murexia hageni, Antechinus habbema hageni, Antechinus hageni, Antechinus wilhelmina hageni, Murexia hageni – Hagen dasyure, small eastern mountain dasyure
Paramurexia rothschildi or Murexia rothschildi, Phascogale rothschildi – broad-striped dasyure, broad striped marsupial mouse (Ziegler 1971)
Phascomurexia naso or Murexia naso, Antechinus naso – long-nosed dasyure, long-nosed antechinus (Flannery & Seri 1990), long-nosed marsupial mouse (Ziegler 1971)
SYN Murexia naso naso, Antechinus naso naso, Phascogale naso
SYN Murexia naso centralis, Antechinus naso centralis, Antechinus tafa centralis, Antechinus mayeri centralis
SYN Murexia naso misim, Antechinus naso misim, Antechinus mayeri misim
SYN Murexia naso parva, Antechinus naso parva, Murexia longicaudata parva
SYN Murexia naso tafa, Antechinus naso tafa, Antechinus mayeri tafa, Phascogale tafa
Murexechinus melanurus or Murexia melanurus, Antechinus melanurus – black-tailed dasyure, black-tailed antechinus (Flannery & Seri 1990), black-tailed marsupial mouse (Ziegler 1971)
SYN Murexechinus melanurus melanurus, Phascogale melanura melanura, Antechinus melanurus melanurus
SYN Murexia melanurus mayeri, Antechinus melanurus mayeri, Antechinus mayeri mayeri, Phascogale mayeri, Antechinus naso mayeri – Shaw Mayer's dasyure
SYN Murexia melanurus modesta, Phascogale melanura modesta, Antechinus melanurus modesta
SYN Murexia wilhelmina, Antechinus wilhelmina – Wilhelmina dasyure, Wilhelmina antechinus, Wilhelmina lesser marsupial mouse (Ziegler 1971), lesser antechinus, lesser marsupial mouse
Phascogale – wambengers, brush-tailed marsupial rats (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Phascogale calura – red-tailed phascogale (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Jackson & Groves 2015), red-tailed wambenger, wamberger (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as WAMBERGER OR RED-TAILED PHASCOGALE]), lesser brush-tailed pouched mouse, lesser brush-tailed pouched mouse
Phascogale pirata or Phascogale tapoatafa pirata, Phascogale penicillata pirata – northern phascogale (Jackson & Groves 2015), northern mainland brush-tailed phascogale
Phascogale tapoatafa – brush-tailed phascogale (Jackson & Groves 2015), brush-tailed pouched mouse, large brush-tailed phascogale (Iredale & Troughton 1934), greater brush-tailed pouched mouse, black-tailed phascogale, common wambenger
Phascogale tapoatafa tapoatafa, Viverra tapoatafa – tuan, large brush-tailed phascogale, southern mainland brush-tailed phascogale, brush-tailed pouched mouse
SYN Phascogale tapoatafa tafa, Dasyurus tafa, Phascogale tafa – the tapoa tafa
SYN Phascogale penicillata, Didelphis penicillata, Dasyurus penicillatus – brush dasyurus, brush-tailed phascogale (Waterhouse 1841), pencilled phascogale (Waterhouse 1838)
Phascogale tapoatafa kimberleyensis – Kimberley brush-tailed phascogale
Phascogale tapoatafa wambenger – wambenger
Dasyurini –
Dasycercus – mulgaras
Dasycercus cristicauda [sensu lato : incl. blythi] – mulgara
Dasycercus cristicauda [sensu stricto] – crest-tailed mulgara (Jackson & Groves 2015), crest-tailed pouched mouse, crest-tailed marsupial mouse (Iredale & Troughton 1934), crested-tailed marsupial mouse, Krefft's pouched mouse
SYN Dasycercus cristicauda cristicauda, Chaetocercus cristicauda, Phascogale cristicauda
SYN Dasycercus cristicauda hillieri, Dasycercus hillieri, Phascogale hillieri – ampurta § Syn. of D. cristicauda (Jackson & Groves 2015) or new name for D. hilleri is D. blythi (Woolley 2005)
Dasycercus blythi or Dasycercus cristicauda blythi, Phascogale blythi – brush-tailed mulgara (Jackson & Groves 2015), Blyth's dasycercus (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
SYN Dasycercus cristicauda blighi, Dasycercus blighi, Phascogale blighi – § Jackson & Groves 2015: syn. of D. blythi
Dasyuroides byrnei, Dasycercus byrnei – kowari (Jackson & Groves 2015), kawiri, brush-tailed marsupial rat, bushy-tailed marsupial rat, Byrne's crest-tailed marsupial rat (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Byrne's pouched mouse Kayer rat
SYN Dasyuroides byrnei byrnei, Dasycercus byrnei byrnei
SYN Dasyuroides byrnei pallidior, Dasycercus byrnei pallidior; Dasycercus byrnei pallidius
Dasykaluta rosamondae, Parantechinus rosamondae, Antechinus rosamondae – kaluta (Jackson & Groves 2015), little red kaluta, little red antechinus, russet antechinus, spinifex antechinus
Pseudantechinus – false antechinuses
Pseudantechinus bilarni, Parantechinus bilarni, Antechinus bilarni – sandstone dibbler, sandstone pseudantechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015), sandstone antechinus
Pseudantechinus macdonnellensis, Pseudantechinus macdonnellensis macdonnellensis, Parantechinus macdonnellensis, Antechinus macdonnellensis, Phascogale macdonnellensis – fat-tailed false antechinus, fat-tailed pseudantechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015), fat-tailed antechinus (Iredale & Troughton 1934), fat-tailed pouched mouse, Macdonnell's pouched mouse
Pseudantechinus mimulus, Pseudantechinus macdonnellensis mimulus, Phascogale mimulus, Antechinus mimulus – Alexandria false antechinus, Carpentarian pseudantechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015), Carpentarian antechinus, northern fat-tailed antechinus (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Pseudantechinus ningbing, Parantechinus ningbing – Ningbing false antechinus, Ningbing pseudantechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015), Ningbing antechinus
Pseudantechinus roryi – Rory Cooper's false antechinus, tan pseudantechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Pseudantechinus woolleyae, Parantechinus woolleyae – Woolley's false antechinus, Woolley's pseudantechinus (Jackson & Groves 2015), Woolley's antechinus,
Parantechinus apicalis, Antechinus apicalis, Phascogale apicalis – dibbler (Jackson & Groves 2015), freckled marsupial mouse (Iredale & Troughton 1934), freckled pouched mouse, freckled pouched mouse
Phascolosorex – marsupial shrews
Phascolosorex doriae – red-bellied marsupial shrew, red-bellied marsupial mouse (Ziegler 1971), red-bellied dasyure, orange-bellied pouched mouse
SYN Phascogale nouhuysii or Neophascogale lorentzi nouhuysii
SYN Phascolosorex doriae doriae
SYN Phascolosorex doriae pan, Phascolosorex pan, Phascogale pan
SYN Phascolosorex doriae umbrosa, Phascogale umbrosa
Phascolosorex dorsalis – narrow-striped marsupial shrew, narrow-striped marsupial mouse (Ziegler 1971), narrow-striped dasyure, chesnut-bellied pouched mouse
or SYN Phascolosorex dorsalis dorsalis
or SYN Phascolosorex dorsalis whartoni, Phascolosorex whartoni
Phascolosorex brevicaudata or Phascolosorex dorsalis brevicaudata Phascogale brevicaudata; Phascolosorex dorsalis brevicauda
Myoictis
Myoictis leucera Woolley, 2005, Myoictis melas leucura – Woolley's three-striped dasyure, white-tailed dasyure
Myoictis melas, Phascogale melas – three-striped dasyure, three-striped marsupial mouse (Ziegler 1971)
SYN Myoictis melas melas
SYN Myoictis melas thorbeckiana, Phascogale thorbeckiana – chestnut-necked pouched mouse
SYN Myoictis melas bruijni, Chaetocercus bruijnii, Phascogale bruijnii
SYN Myoictis melas senex, Phascogale melas senex
SYN Myoictis melas buergersi, Phascogale melas buergersi, Phascogale melas bürgersi
Myoictis wallacii or Myoictis wallacei, Myoictis melas wallacei, Phascogale wallacii – Wallace's dasyure, red-tailed pouched mouse
SYN Myoictis melas pilicauda, Phascogale pilicauda
Myoictis wavicus, Myoictis melas wavicus – Tate's three-striped dasyure, Wau dasyure
Neophascogale lorentzi – speckled dasyure, long-clawed marsupial mouse (Ziegler 1971)
SYN Neophascogale lorentzi lorentzi
SYN Neophascogale lorentzi rubrata, Phascogale venusta rubrata
SYN Neophascogale lorentzi venusta, Phascogale lorentzii venusta, Phascogale venusta
Dasyurinae [sensu stricto : Dasyurus + Sarcophilus] – native cats (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as NATIVE CATS : TASMANIAN DEVIL])
Dasyurus – quolls
Dasyurus albopunctatus – New Guinean quoll (Flannery & Seri 1990), New Guinea quoll, New Guinea native cat, New Guinea marsupial cat (Ziegler 1971), New Guinea marsupial mouse, Papuan dasyure
SYN Dasyurus albopunctatus albopunctatus, Satanellus albopuctatus
SYN Dasyurus albopunctatus daemonellus, Dasyurus daemonellus
SYN Dasyurus albopunctatus fuscus, Dasyurus fuscus
Dasyurus geoffroii, Dasyurinus geoffroii – western quoll (Jackson & Groves 2015), western native cat, chuditch, black-tailed native cat (Iredale & Troughton 1934), black-tailed dasyure, Geoffroy's dasyurus (Waterhouse 1841)
Dasyurus geoffroii geoffroii, Dasyurinus geoffroii geoffroii – Geoffroy's native cat
Dasyurus geoffroii fortis, Dasyurinus geoffroii fortis, Dasyurus geoffroyi fortis
Dasyurus spartacus or Dasyurus geoffroii spartacus – bronze quoll
Dasyurus maculatus – tiger quoll, tiger cat, spotted-tailed quoll (Jackson & Groves 2015), spotted-tailed dasyure
Dasyurus maculatus maculatus, Viverra maculata Kerr, 1792; Dasyurus maculatus macrourus, Dasyurus macrourus Geoffroy, 1803 [nomen novum for V. maculata] – mainland spotted-tailed quoll, large spotted-tailed native cat, large spotted-tailed tiger-cat (Iredale & Troughton 1934), tiger cat (Iredale & Troughton 1934), long-tailed dasyurus (Waterhouse 1838 [as Dasyurus macrourus]), long-tailed opossum, spotted-tailed dasyurus (Waterhouse 1841 [as Dasyurus macrourus]), spotted dasyurus, spotted marten (Phillip)
SYN Dasyurus ursinus-2 Giebel, 1874 –
SYN Dasyurus maculatus novaehollandiae, Mustela novaehollandiae
SYN Dasyurus affinis
SYN Dasyurus maculatus bowlingi, Dasyurus bowlingi
Dasyurus maculatus gracilis, Dasyurus gracilis, Dasyurops gracilis – Queensland spotted-tailed quoll, little spotted-tailed native cat (Iredale & Troughton 1934), slender native cat, slender spotted-tailed tiger-cat, slender dasyure
Dasyurus viverrinus, Didelphis viverrina; Dasyurus quoll, Mustela quoll-1 Zimmermann, 1777 – eastern quoll (Jackson & Groves 2015), eastern native cat, common eastern native cat (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as Dasyurus quoll]), oriental cat, marsupial cat, common dasyure, dasyure, viverrine native cat, viverrine dasyurus (Waterhouse 1838), spotted opossum, spotted tapoa tafa, tapoa tafa-2, tapha, tupha, "Dasyurus Maugei, Black Variety" (Waterhouse 1841 [as syn: Dasyurus viverrinus])
SYN Dasyurus viverrinus maculatus, Didelphis maculatus, Didelphis maculata Kerr, 1792 – spotted cuscus opossum (Phillip 1804)
SYN Dasyurus viverrinus guttatus, Dasyurus guttatus
SYN Didelphis alboguttata, Didelphys alboguttata
SYN Phalangista viverrina victoriae
SYN Dasyurus viverrinus maugei, Dasyurus maugei – Maugé's opossum, Maugé's dasyurus (Waterhouse 1838), Mauge's dasyurus (Waterhouse 1841), dasyure of Maugé
Dasyurus hallucatus, Satanellus hallucatus – northern quoll (Jackson & Groves 2015), northern quoll, little northern native cat (Iredale & Troughton 1934) satanellus, North-Australian native cat, North-Australian dasyure, thumbed dasyure
SYN Dasyurus hallucatus hallucatus, Satanellus hallucatus hallucatus
SYN Dasyurus hallucatus quoll, Mustela quoll-2 Zimmermann, 1783 [not Mustela quoll-1 Zimmermann, 1777 = Dasyurus viverrinus] –
SYN Dasyurus hallucatus exilis, Satanellus hallucatus exilis, Dasyurus exilis
SYN Dasyurus hallucatus nesaeus, Satanellus hallucatus nesaeus, Dasyurus nesaeus
SYN Dasyurus hallucatus predator, Satanellus hallucatus predator, Dasyurus predator
Sarcophilus harrisii– Tasmanian devil (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Jackson & Groves 2015), the devil (of the Colonists)
Sarcophilus harrisii harrisii, Ursinus harrisii; Sarcophilus harrisii ursina, Sarcophilus ursinus, Diabolus ursinus, Dasyurus ursinus-1, Didelphis ursina Harris, 1808 [preoccupies by Didelphis ursina Shaw, 1800], Didelphis ursinus ; Sarcophilus satanicus [new name for D. ursinus] – ursine dasyure, ursine dasyurus (Waterhouse 1841), ursine opossum, Beelzebub's pup
Sarcophilus harrisii dixonae
Sarcophilus laniarius, Dasyurus laniarius – great Tasmanian devil


Peramelemorphia – bandicoots and bilbies, marsupial omnivores, peramelemorphians
Perameloidea, Peramelia [Thylacomyidae + Chaeropodidae + Peramelidae] –

Thylacomyidae – bilbies, rabbit-bandicoots, thylacomyids
Macrotis
Macrotis lagotis – greater bilby (Jackson & Groves 2015), bilby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), rabbit-eared bandicoot, rabbit-eared perameles (Waterhouse 1841), rabbit bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934), rabbit perameles (Waterhouse 1838), common rabbit-bandicoot, dalgyte, pinkie
SYN Macrotis lagotis lagotis, Thalacomys lagotis, Perameles lagotis, Peragale lagotis – western bilby
SYN Macrotis lagotis cambrica – New South Wales bilby
SYN Macrotis lagotis grandis – Nalpa bilby
SYN Macrotis lagotis interjecta – Rawlinna bilby
SYN Macrotis lagotis nigripes, Macrotis nigripes, Thalacomys nigripes – black-footed bilby
SYN Macrotis lagotis sagitta, Macrotis sagitta, Thalacomys sagitta – eastern bilby, greater bilby, Northern Territory bilby, Barcoo bilby
Macrotis leucura [sensu lato] – lesser bilby (Jackson & Groves 2015), yallara
SYN Macrotis leucura leucura, Macrotis leucura [sensu stricto], Peragale leucura – white-tailed rabbit-eared bandicoot, white-tailed rabbit-bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
SYN Macrotis minor [minor + miselia] – lesser rabbit-eared bandicoot, lesser rabbit-bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
SYN Macrotis leucura minor, Peragale minor, Macrotis minor, Macrotis minor minor
SYN Macrotis leucura miselius, Thalacomys minor miselius, Macrotis minor miselia

Chaeropodidae
Chaeropus ecaudatus – pig-footed bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Jackson & Groves 2015)
SYN Chaeropus ecaudatus ecaudatus – eastern pig-footed bandicoot
SYN (ecaudatus) Chaeropus ecaudatus castanotis, Chaeropus castanotis
SYN Chaeropus ecaudatus occidentalis, Chaeropus occidentalis – western pig-footed bandicoot

Peramelidae – bandicoots (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Ziegler 1971), peramelids, perameles (Waterhouse 1841)
§ The name 'bandicoot' comes from the Telegu language word పందికొక్కు pandi-kokku («pig-rat»), referring to a large rodent, Bandicota indica, of the eastern Deccan plateau, southern India. The first known use in Australia was by the explorer Bass in 1799 (Jaeger 1955; Troughton 1954; Walker 1975).

Peramelinae –
Isoodon – short-nosed bandicoots
Isoodon auratus [sensu lato] – golden bandicoot (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Isoodon auratus auratus, Isoodon obesulus auratus, Isoodon auratus [sensu stricto], Perameles aurata – mainland golden bandicoot, northern golden-backed bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Isoodon auratus barrowensis, Isoodon barrowensis, Isoodon obesulus barrowensis – Barrow Island golden bandicoot, Barrow Island bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Isoodon auratus arnhemensis, Isoodon arnhemensis, Isoodon obesulus arnhemensis – Arnhemland bandicoot
Isoodon macrourus – northern brown bandicoot (Jackson & Groves 2015), brindled bandicoot (Ziegler 1971), North Australian bandicoot, thick-tailed bandicoot
Isoodon macrourus macrourus, Perameles macroura; Perameles macrura – northern brown bandicoot, larger northern bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
SYN Perameles wombeyensis
Isoodon macrourus moresbyensis, Perameles moresbyensis – Port Moresby brown bandicoot, Port Moresby bandicoot
Isoodon macrourus torosus, Isoodon macroura torosa, Perameles macroura torosus, Isoodon torosus – Mainland northern brown bandicoot, giant brindled bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Isoodon obesulus – southern brown bandicoot (Jackson & Groves 2015), short-nosed bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934), short-nosed perameles (Waterhouse 1838, 1841), quenda
Isoodon obesulus obesulus, Perameles obesulus, Perameles obesula, Didelphis obesula – southern brown bandicoot
Isoodon obesulus fusciventer, Perameles fusciventer – quenda, brown-bellied bandicoot
Isoodon obesulus affinis, Perameles affinis – southern brown bandicoot, allied bandicoot
Isoodon obesulus nauticus, Isoodon nauticus – Nuyts southern brown bandicoot, Nuyt's Island bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Isoodon peninsulae or Isoodon obesulus peninsulae – Cape York brown bandicoot (Jackson & Groves 2015), little Cape York bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934), southern brown bandicoot
Perameles – long-nosed bandicoots
Perameles bougainville – western barred bandicoot (Jackson & Groves 2015), western striped bandicoot, marl
Perameles bougainville bougainville – western barred bandicoot, little marl (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [for Perameles bougainville]), Bougainville's perameles (Waterhouse 1841 [as Perameles Bougaivillii])
SYN Perameles bougainville myosuros, Parameles myosuros, Parameles myosura myosura – SouthWestern barred bandicoot, western barred bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934), marl (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as marl, or western barred bandicoot, for Parameles myosura (myosura [syn: arenaria] + notina)])
SYN Perameles bougainville arenaria, Perameles arenaria
Perameles bougainville fasciata, Perameles fasciata – eastern striped bandicoot, eastern barred bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934), New South Wales barred bandicoot
SYN Perameles bougainville notina, Parameles myosura notina – South Australian barred bandicoot
Perameles gunnii – eastern barred bandicoot (Jackson & Groves 2015), Tasmanian barred bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Tasmanian striped bandicoot, Gunn's striped bandicoot, Gunn's bandicoot, Gunn's perameles (Waterhouse 1841)
Perameles nasuta [sensu lato : incl. pallescens] – long-nosed bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934), long-nosed perameles (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
Perameles nasuta [sensu stricto] – southern long-nosed bandicoot (Jackson & Groves 2015)
SYN Perameles nasuta nasuta, Thylacis nasuta; Isoodon musei
SYN Perameles nasuta auritus, Perameles auritus
SYN Perameles nasuta lawsoni, Perameles lawson
SYN Perameles nasuta major, Perameles major
Perameles pallescens or Perameles nasuta pallescens – northern long-nosed bandicoot (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Perameles eremiana – desert bandicoot (Jackson & Groves 2015), orange-backed bandicoot (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Perameles allinghamensis – Bluff Downs bandicoot
Echymiperinae –
Echymipera – New Guinean spiny bandicoots
Echymipera clara – Clara's spiny bandicoot, Clara's echymipera, white-lipped bandicoot (Ziegler 1971), dimorphic echymipera (Flannery & Seri 1990)
Echymipera davidi – David's spiny bandicoot, David's echymipera
Echymipera echinista – Menzies' spiny bandicoot, Menzies' echymipera, Fly River bandicoot
Echymipera kalubu – common spiny bandicoot, common echymipera, Kulubu spiny echymipera, spiny bandicoot (Ziegler 1971), spiny echymipera (Flannery & Seri 1990)
Echymipera kalubu kalubu
SYN Echymipera kalubu alticeps, Perameles doreyana alticeps
SYN Echymipera kalubu beviceps, Perameles doreyana breviceps
SYN Echymipera kalubu doreyanus, Echymipera doreyanus doreyanus, Perameles doreyanus – Doria's bandicoot, New Guinea perameles (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Echymipera kalubu rufiventris, Anuromeles rufiventris
SYN Echymipera kalubu garagassi, Brachymelis garagassi, Perameles garagassi
SYN Echymipera kalubu hispida, Suillomels hispida
SYN Echymipera kalubu myoides, Perameles myoides
Echymipera kalubu cockerelli, Perameles cockerelli – Cockerell's bandicoot, spiny bandicoot
Echymipera kalubu oriomo, Echymipera oriomo, Echymipera doreyanus oriomo
Echymipera kalubu philipi, Echymipera philipi
Echymipera rufescens, Anuromeles rufiventris – long-nosed spiny bandicoot, long-nosed bandicoot (Flannery & Seri 1990), long-nosed echymipera (Jackson & Groves 2015), rufous spiny bandicoot, rufescent bandicoot
Echymipera rufescens rufescens
SYN Peramelopsis welsianus
SYN Echymipera rufescens aruensis, Perameles aruensis
SYN Echymipera rufescens keiensis, Perameles keiensis
SYN Echymipera rufescens gargantua, Echymipera gargantua
Echymipera rufescens australis
Microperoryctes – New Guinean mouse bandicoots, striped bandicoots
Microperoryctes murina – mouse bandicoot (Ziegler 1971)
Microperoryctes ornata – eastern striped bandicoot, ornate bandicoot
Microperoryctes ornata ornata, Microperoryctes longicauda ornata, Peroryctes longicauda ornatus
Microperoryctes ornata magnus, Microperoryctes longicauda magnus
Microperoryctes longicauda – western striped bandicoot, striped bandicoot (Ziegler 1971; Flannery & Seri 1990), long-tailed bandicoot
Microperoryctes longicauda longicauda, Peroryctes longicauda longicauda
Microperoryctes longicauda dorsalis, Peroryctes dorsalis, Peroryctes longicauda dorsalis
Microperoryctes aplini – Arfak pygmy bandicoot, Aplin's bandicoot
Microperoryctes papuensis, Peroryctes papuensis – Papuan bandicoot (Ziegler 1971)
Microperoryctes sp. – alpine striped bandicoot
Microperoryctes sp. – subalpine striped bandicoot
Rhynchomeles prattorum – Seram bandicoot, Seram Island long-nosed bandicoot
Peroryctinae, Peroryctidae –
Peroryctes – New Guinean long-nosed bandicoots
Peroryctes broadbenti, Peroryctes raffrayanus broadbenti, Perameles broadbenti – giant bandicoot (Ziegler 1971)
Peroryctes raffrayana – Raffray's bandicoot (Ziegler 1971; Flannery & Seri 1990)
Peroryctes raffrayana raffrayana, Perameles raffrayanus
SYN Peroryctes raffrayana mainois, Peroryctes mainois, Perameles mainois
Peroryctes raffrayana rothschildi, Peroryctes rothschildi, Perameles rothschildi


Diprotodontia [Vombatiformes + Phalangeriformes + Macropodiformes] – diprotodont marsupials


Vombatiformes

Phascolarctimorphia
Phascolarctidae
Phascolarctos cinereus – koala (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Jackson & Groves 2015), koala bear
SYN Phascolarctos cinereus cinereus, Lipurus cinereus, Morodactylus cinereus, Koala cinerea; Koala subiens; Phascolarctos koala – New South Wales koala, native bear
SYN (cinereus) Phascolarctos cinereus fuscus, Phascolarctos fuscus – koala (Waterhouse 1838, 1841), "Native Bear, or Monkey of the Colonists" (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN (cinereus) Phascolarctos cinereus flindersii, Phascolarctos flindersii
SYN Phascolarctos cinereus ingens, Koalemus ingens – great koala
SYN Phascolarctos cinereus victor – Victoria koala
SYN Phascolarctos cinereus adustus – Queensland koala
Phascolarctos stirtoni – giant koala

Vombatimorphia
Thylacoleonidae – marsupial lions
Thylacoleo carnifex – marsupial lion
Vombatidae – wombats (Iredale & Troughton 1934
Vombatus ursinus [sensu lato] – common wombat, coarse-haired wombat, bare-nosed wombat (Jackson & Groves 2015), naked-nosed wombat, forest wombat
Vombatus ursinus [sensu stricto : ursinus + tasmaniensis] – island wombat (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Vombatus ursinus ursinus, Phascolomys ursinus, Didelphis ursina – Bass Strait wombat, Flinders Island wombat
SYN Vombatus ursinus wombat, Phascolomys wombat, Phascolomis wombat Lesueur & Petit, 1807, Phascolomis wombatus – wombat (Waterhouse 1838; 1841)
SYN Wombatus fossor
SYN Phascolomys bassii
Vombatus ursinus tasmaniensis, Phascolomys tasmaniensis – Tasmanian wombat, Tasmanian coarse-haired wombat, coarse-haired Tasmanian wombat Tasmanian naked-nosed wombat, Tasmanian forest wombat
Vombatus hirsutus [sensu lato : hirsutus + niger] – common wombat (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Vombatus ursinus hirsutus, Vombatus hirsutus hirsutus, Opossum hirsutum – mainland common wombat
SYN (hirsutus) Vombatus ursinus platyrhinus, Phascolomys platyrhinus
SYN (hirsutus) Vombatus ursinus mitchelli – common Australian wombat
SYN (hirsutus) Phascolomys assimilis
SYN (hirsutus) Didelphis wombat Voigt, 1802
SYN Vombatus ursinus fuscus, Phascolomys fuscus, Phascolomys fusca
SYN Vombatus ursinus niger, Vombatus hirsutus niger, Phascolomys niger
SYN (niger) Vombatus ursinus angasii, Phascolomys angasii
SYN (niger) Vombatus ursinus setosus, Phascolomys setosus
SYN Sarcophilus prior
Lasiorhinus – hairy-nosed wombats
Lasiorhinus latifrons – southern hairy-nosed wombat (Jackson & Groves 2015), hairy-nosed wombat (Iredale & Troughton 1934), soft-haired wombat, soft-furred wombat, broad-fronted wombat, long-eared wombat
SYN Lasiorhinus latifrons latifrons, Phascolomys latifrons – hairy-nosed wombat
SYN Lasiorhinus latifrons lasiorhinus, Phascolomys lasiorhinus; Lasiorhinus latifrons mcoyi, Lasiorhinus mcoyi [nomen novum for lasiorhinus] –
Lasiorhinus krefftii – northern hairy-nosed wombat (Jackson & Groves 2015), Queensland hairy-nosed wombat
Lasiorhinus krefftii krefftii, Lasiorhinus latifrons krefftii
Lasiorhinus krefftii gillespiei, Lasiorhinus latifrons gillespiei, Wombatula gillespiei, Phascolomys gillespiei – Southern Queensland hairy-nosed wombat, Queensland wombat (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Moonie river wombat
Lasiorhinus krefftii barnardi, Lasiorhinus latifrons barnardi, Lasiorhinus bernardi – Central Queensland hairy-nosed wombat
Diprotodontoidea
Diprotodontidae – diprotodontids
Zygomaturinae, Zygomaturidae –
Hulitherium tomasetti – marsupial panda


Phalangeriformes – possums

Phalangeroidea
Burramyidae – pygmy possums, burramyids
spp. – pygmy possum, pygmy-possum, dormouse opossum; dormouse phalanger, mouse possum, mouse phalanger
Burramys parvus – mountain pygmy possum, mountain pygmy-possum (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Cercartetus [sensu lato : incl. Eudromicia] –
Cercartetus [sensu stricto : excl. Eudromicia] –
Cercartetus concinnus – western pygmy possum, western pygmy-possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), western pigmy possum (Iredale & Troughton 1934), western dormouse-opossum, western dormouse-phalanger, southwestern pygmy possum, south-western pygmy-possum, lesser dormouse-phalanger, mundarda
SYN Cercartetus concinnus concinnus, Cercartetus nanus concinnus, Dromicia concinna – southwestern pygmy possum
SYN (concinnus) Cercartetus concinnus neillii, Phalangista neillii, Phalangista (Dromicia) neillii, Dromicia neillii
SYN Cercartetus concinnus minor – eastern pygmy possum
Cercartetus nanus – eastern pygmy possum, eastern pygmy-possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), eastern pigmy possum, pigmy opossum, pigmy possum (Iredale & Troughton 1934), pygmy opossum, pigmy phalanger, dwarf phalanger, minute phalanger (Waterhouse 1838), dwarf cuscus, opossum mouse, dusky dromicia, thick-tailed dromicia, mouse-like phalanger, common dormouse-phalanger, dormouse phalanger, common dormouse-opossum, dormouse possum
Cercartetus nanus nanus, Dromicia nana, Phalangista nana – Tasmanian pygmy-possum, Tasmanian dormouse phalanger, pigmy phalanger (Waterhouse 1841 [nana, gliriformis])
SYN Cercartetus nanus gliriformis, Phalangista gliriformis, Dromicia gliriformis – Bell's dromicia
Cercartetus nanus unicolor, Cercartetus unicolor, Dromicia unicolor – Australia pygmy-possum
SYN Cercartetus nanus britta, Dromicia britta – South Australia pygmy-possum
Eudromicia
Cercartetus caudatus – long-tailed pygmy possum (Flannery & Seri 1990), long-tailed pygmy-possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), long-tailed dormouse-phalanger
Cercartetus caudatus caudatus, Eudromicia caudata, Dromicia caudata – New Guinean long-tailed pygmy possum, New Guinea pygmy possum (Ziegler 1971)
Cercartetus caudatus macrura, Eudromicia macrura – Australian long-tailed pygmy possum, Queensland pygmy possum, Queensland pigmy possum (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Cercartetus lepidus, Eudromicia lepida, Eudromicia (Dromiciola) lepida, Dromicia lepida – Tasmanian pygmy possum, Tasmanian pigmy possum (Iredale & Troughton 1934), little pygmy possum, little pygmy-possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), lesser dormouse-opossum, lesser dormouse-phalanger
Phalangeridae – brushtail possums and cuscuses, phalangerids (Ziegler 1971)
Ailuropinae –
Ailurops – bear cuscuses
Ailurops melanotis, Ailurops ursinus melanotis – Talaud bear cuscus
Ailurops ursinus – Sulawesi bear cuscus, Sulawesi bear phalanger, Celebes bear cuscus, Celebes brown cuscus, black cuscus
Ailurops ursinus ursinus, Phalanger ursinus, Phalangista ursina, Cuscus ursinus – ursine phalanger (Waterhouse 1841), bear-like phalanger
SYN Ailurops ursinus furvus, Phalanger furvus
Ailurops ursinus flavissimus, Phalanger ursinus flavissimus
Ailurops ursinus intermedius, Phalanger furvus intermedius
Ailurops ursinus togianus, Phalanger ursinus togianus
Strigocuscus
Strigocuscus celebensis – Sulawesi dwarf cuscus, Celebes grey cuscus, Celebean cuscus
Strigocuscus celebensis celebensis, Cuscus celebensis, Phalanger celebensis
SYN Strigocuscus celebensis callenfelsi, Strigocuscus callenfelsi
Strigocuscus celebensis sangirensis, Phalanger sangirensis – Sangihe grey cuscus
Strigocuscus pelengensis, Phalanger pelengensis – Banggai cuscus, Peleng cuscus
SYN Strigocuscus pelengensis pelengensis, Phalanger pelengensis pelengensis, Phalanger celebensis pelengensis, Strigocuscus celebensis pelengensis
SYN Strigocuscus pelengensis mendeni, Strigocuscus celebensis mendeni, Phalanger pelengensis mendeni
Phalangerinae –
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Phalanger alexandrae – Gebe cuscus
Phalanger carmelitae – mountain cuscus (Flannery & Seri 1990)
Phalanger carmelitae carmelitae, Phalanger vestitus carmelitae
Phalanger carmelitae coccygis, Phalanger coccygis, Phalanger vestitus coccygis
Phalanger gymnotis, Strigocuscus gymnotis – ground cuscus (Flannery & Seri 1990), gray phalanger (Ziegler 1971)
SYN Phalanger gymnotis gymnotis, Strigocuscus gymnotis gymnotis
SYN Phalanger gymnotis leucippus, Phalanger leucippus, Strigocuscus gymnotis leucippus – New Guinean cuscus
Phalanger intercastellanus – eastern common cuscus, East Papuan cuscus, southern common cuscus
SYN Phalanger intercastellanus intercastellanus, Phalanger orientalis intercastellanus
SYN Phalanger intercastellanus meeki, Phalanger orientalis meeki, Phalanger meeki
SYN Phalanger orientalis vulpecula, Pseudochirus vulpecula
SYN Phalanger orientalis matsika, Phalanger matsika – Matsika cuscus
SYN Phalanger orientalis brevinasus, Phalanger brevinasus – grey cuscus
Phalanger lullulae, Phalanger orientalis lullulae – woodlark cuscus
Phalanger matabiru, Phalanger ornatus matabiru – blue-eyed cuscus, Ternate cuscus
Phalanger matanim – Telefomin cuscus (Flannery & Seri 1990)
Phalanger mimicus – southern common cuscus (Jackson & Groves 2015), southern grey cuscus, grey cuscus, grey phalanger, South Papuan cuscus, to-ili
Phalanger mimicus mimicus, Phalanger orientalis mimicus – Mimika cuscus
Phalanger mimicus microdon, Phalanger microdon
Phalanger mimicus peninsulae, Phalanger orientalis peninsulae – Peninsula grey cuscus, Australian cuscus
Phalanger orientalis – northern common cuscus, common cuscus (Flannery & Seri 1990), common phalanger (Ziegler 1971), grey cuscus, gray cuscus
Phalanger orientalis orientalis, Cuscus orientalis, Didelphis orientalis
SYN Phalanger orientalis alba, Phalangista rufa var. B. alba
SYN Phalanger orientalis ducatoris – Duke of York cuscus
SYN Phalanger orientalis kori
SYN Phalanger orientalis timorensis
Phalanger orientalis breviceps, Phalanger breviceps – short-headed cuscus
SYN Phalanger orientalis albidus
Phalanger orientalis kiriwinae – Kiriwina cuscus
Phalanger ornatus – ornate cuscus, Halmahera cuscus, Moluccan cuscus, Wallace's cuscus
SYN Phalanger ornatus ornatus, Strigocuscus ornatus, Phalanger orientalis ornatus, Cuscus ornatus
SYN Phalanger ornatus cavifrons, Phalanger cavifrons, Cuscus cavifrons, Phalangista cavifrons – hollow-fronted phalanger (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
Phalanger rothschildi, Strigocuscus rothschildi, Strigocuscus celebensis rothschildi – Rothschild's cuscus, Obi cuscus, Obi Island cuscus
Phalanger sericeus – silky cuscus (Flannery & Seri 1990)
Phalanger sericeus sericeus
Phalanger sericeus occidentalis
Phalanger sericeus subsp. – Bosavi silky cuscus
Phalanger vestitus – Stein's cuscus (Flannery & Seri 1990), silky cuscus, silky phalanger (Ziegler 1971)
?Phalanger vestitus vestitus – silky cuscus
?Phalanger vestitus interpositus, Phalanger interpositus, Phalanger orientalis interpositus – Stein's cuscus
?Phalanger vestitus permixtio or Phalanger permixtio – mix cuscus
Phalanger sp. – Karimui cuscus
Spilocuscus
Spilocuscus kraemeri, Spilocuscus maculatus kraemeri – Admiralty Island cuscus, Admiralty cuscus, Manus Island spotted cuscus
SYN Phalanger maculatus minor
Spilocuscus maculatus – common spotted cuscus, spotted cuscus (Flannery & Seri 1990), spotted phalanger (Ziegler 1971)
Spilocuscus maculatus maculatus, Phalanger maculatus, Phalangista maculata, Cuscus maculatus – spotted phalanger (Waterhouse 1841)
Spilocuscus maculatus chrysorrhous, Phalangista chrysorrhous – yellow-ramped phalanger (Waterhouse 1841), yellow-tufted phalanger
Spilocuscus nudicaudatus or Spilocuscus maculatus nudicaudatus, Phalangista nudicaudata, Phalangista (Pseudocheirus) nudicaudata, Pseudocheirus nudicaudata; Spilocuscus maculatus brevicaudatus, Cuscus brevicaudatus [replacement name for Ph. nudicaudata] – Australian spotted cuscus (Jackson & Groves 2015), Cape York cuscus (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
SYN Spilocuscus maculatus ochropus, Cuscus maculatus ochropus
Spilocuscus papuensis – Waigeou cuscus, Waigeou spotted cuscus
SYN Spilocuscus papuensis papuensis, Phalangista papuensis, Phalangista quoy
SYN Spilocuscus papuensis macroura, Spilocuscus maculatus macroura, Cuscus macrourus
Spilocuscus rufoniger, Phalanger maculatus rufoniger – black-spotted cuscus (Flannery & Seri 1990)
SYN Spilocuscus rufoniger atrimaculatus, Phalanger atrimaculatus – black-spotted phalanger (Ziegler 1971)
Spilocuscus wilsoni – blue-eyed spotted cuscus, Biak spotted cuscus
Trichosurini, Trichosurinae, Trichosuridae –
Trichosurus – brushtail possums
Trichosurus caninus [sensu lato : incl. Victorian population (= cunninghami)] – mountain brushtail, mountain brush-tailed possum (Iredale & Troughton 1934), short-eared brush-tailed possum (Jackson & Groves 2015 [as short-eared or mountain brush-tailed possum]), bobuck, canine phalanger (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
Trichosurus caninus [sensu stricto] – short-eared possum, short-eared brush-tailed possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), short-eared opossum, short-eared phalanger, northern bobuck
SYN Trichosurus caninus caninus, Phalangista canina
SYN [colour phase] Trichosurus caninus nigrans
Trichosurus cunninghami – mountain brushtail possum, mountain brushtail, mountain brush-tailed possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), southern bobuck
Trichosurus vulpecula – common brushtail possum, common brush-tailed possum, (Iredale & Troughton 1934), brush-tailed possum, brushies (pl), true possum, vulpine possum, vulpine opossum, vulpine phalanher, silver-grey possum, common phalanger
Trichosurus vulpecula vulpecula, Didelphis vulpecula – common brushtail possum
SYN Trichosurus vulpecula vulpina, Trichosurus vulpina, Phalangista vulpina, Didelphis vulpina – vulpine opossum, vulpine phalanger (Waterhouse 1838, 1841), fox-like phalanger
SYN Trichosurus vulpecula lemurina, Didelphis lemurina; Trichosurus vulpecula tapouaru, Didelphis tapouaru – wha tapoau roo (Hunter 1790)
SYN Trichosurus vulpecula felina, Phalangista felina
SYN Trichosurus vulpecula novaehollandiae, Ursus novaehollandiae – New Holland bear (Pennant 1783)
SYN Phalangista bougainvillei
SYN Phalangista xanthopus – yellow-footed phalanger (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN Trichosurus vulpecula melanura
SYN Trichosurus vulpecula selma, Phalangista selma
SYN Trichosurus vulpecula mesurus, Trichosurus vulpecula mesurus
SYN Trichosurus vulpecula raui
Trichosurus vulpecula fuliginosa, Phalangista fuliginosa – Tasmanian common brushtail possum, sooty opossum, sooty phalanger (Waterhouse 1838)
SYN Trichosurus vulpecula cuvieri, Phalangista cuvieri – long-eared phalangista, Cuvier's phalanger (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Trichosurus vulpecula grisea, Phalangista fuliginosa grisea
SYN Trichosurus vulpecula ruficollis
Trichosurus vulpecula hypoleucus, Phalangista hypoleucus – southwestern brushtail possum
Trichosurus vulpecula johnstonii or Trichosurus johnstonii – coppery brushtail possum, coppery brushtail, coppery brush-tailed possum, North Queensland brushtail possum
Trichosurus vulpecula arnhemensis or Trichosurus arnhemensis – northern brushtail possum, northern brush-tailed possum
Trichosurus vulpecula eburacensis – Cape York brushtail possum
Wyulda squamicaudata – scaly-tailed possum (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Jackson & Groves 2015)

Petauroidea
Pseudocheiridae
Hemibelideinae –
Hemibelideus lemuroides – lemur-like ringtail possum, lemur-like ringtail, lemur-like possum (McKay & McQuade & Murray & Sturmer 1984), lemuroid ringtail, lemuroid ring-tailed possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), bushy-tipped ringtail, bushy-tipped ring-tail (Iredale & Troughton 1934), brush-tipped ring-tailed possum, brushy-tailed ringtail, sombre phalanger, yap-pi
SYN Hemibelideus lemuroides lemuroides, Pseudocheirus lemuroides, Pseudochirus lemuroides, Phalangista (Hemibelideus) lemuroides Phalangista lemuroides
SYN Hemibelideus lemuroides cervinus, Hemibelideus cervinus, Pseudochirus (Hemibelideus) cervinus, Pseudochirus cervinus
Petauroides, Schoinobates
Petauroides armillatus or Petauroides volans armillatus, Schoinobates volans armillatus – central greater glider (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Petauroides minor or Petauroides volans minor, Schoinobates volans minor – northern greater glider (Jackson & Groves 2015), lesser flying opossum
SYN Petauroides volans cinereus, Petaurides cinereus
Petauroides volans [sensu lato : incl. armillatus, minor], Schoinobates volans – greater glider (Jackson and & Thorington 2012), greater glider-possum, greater possum-glider (Iredale & Troughton 1934), greater flying opossum, greater flying phalanger, great flying phalanger, great flying opossum, long-tailed opossum, large-tailed petaurista, large-tailed flying squirrel, white-bellied flying squirrel, flying phalanger, flying opossum, flying squirrel, gray flying squirrel, black flying opossum, dusky glider, brill
Petauroides volans [sensu stricto] – southern greater glider (Jackson & Groves 2015), petaurine opossum
Petauroides volans volans, Schoinobates volans volans, Didelphis volans, Phalanger volans
SYN Petauroides volans volucella, Didelphis voluccella, Didelphus voluccella
SYN Petauroides volans macroura, Petaurus macrourus, Didelphis macroura – long-tailed petaurus (Waterhouse 1841), long-tailed opossum (Shaw), large-tailed petaurista
SYN Petauroides volans nigra, Volucella nigra, Voluccella nigra
SYN Petauroides volans niger, Petaurus niger
SYN Petauroides volans petaurista, Phalanger petaurista
SYN Petauroides volans taguanoides, Petaurista taguanoides, Petaurus taguanoides – Taguan flying phalanger, Taguan flying opossum (Waterhouse 1838), Taguan petaurus (Waterhouse 1841 [as Taguan petaurus, or flying opossum])
SYN Petauroides volans peronii, Petaurus peronii – Peron's petaurista, Peron's petaurus (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Petauroides volans didelphoides, Petaurus didelphoides
SYN Petauroides volans maximus, Petaurus maximus
Petauroides volans incanus, Petauroides volans incanus, Schoinobates volans incanus
Pseudocheirinae, Pseudochirini –
Petropseudes dahli, Pseudocheirus dahli, Pseudochirus dahli, Pseudochirops dahli – rock-haunting ringtail possum, rock-haunting ringtail, rock-haunting ring-tail (Iredale & Troughton 1934), rock ringtail possum, rock ring-tailed possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), Dahl's ringtail phalanger
Pseudocheirus
Pseudocheirus occidentalis, Pseudochirus occidentalis or Pseudocheirus peregrinus occidentalis – western ringtail possum, western ringtail, western ring-tail (Iredale & Troughton 1934), western ring-tailed possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), western ring-tailed phalanger, ngwayir
Pseudocheirus peregrinus, Pseudochirus peregrinus – eastern ring-tailed possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), common ringtail possum, common ringtail phalanger, banga
Pseudocheirus peregrinus peregrinus, Didelphis peregrinus – mainland common ringtail possum, grey Queensland ringtail, grey Queensland ring-tail (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as Pseudocheirus peregrinus (subsp: peregrinus, incanens, oralis)])
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus caudivolvula, Didelphis caudivolvula
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus novaehollanidiae, Didelphis novaehollandiae – New Holland opossum (Pennant 1781)
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus banksii, Phalangista banksii, Balantia banksii
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus incanens, Pseudochirus laniginosus incanens
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus notialis, Pseudocheirus laniginosus notialis
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus oralis, Pseudochirus laniginosus oralis
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus rubidus, Pseudochirus rubidus, Pseudocheirus laniginosus rubidus – rufous ring-tailed phalanger, rufous ringtail
Pseudocheirus peregrinus cookii, Phalangista cookii Desmarest, 1817 – Tasmanian ring-tailed opossum, Tasmanian ring-tailed phalanger, Tasmanian ringtail, eastern ring-tailed possum, Cook's phalanger (Waterhouse 1838, 1841), white-tailed opossum (Shaw), New Holland opossum (Pennant)
SYN Pseudochirus antiquus
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus victoriae, Pseudochirus victoriae, Pseudocheirus laniginosus victoriae
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus modestus, Pseudochirus laniginosus modestus
Pseudocheirus peregrinus convolutor, Pseudocheirus convolutor, Pseudocheirus convolutor convolutor, Balantia convolutor, Phalangista convolutor – Tasmanian common ringtail possum, Tasmanian ringtail, Tasmanian ring-tail (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as Pseudocheirus convolutor (subsp: convolutor, bassianus)])
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus viverrina, Phalangista viverrina; ?Pseudocheirus peregrinus flindersulae – Flinders Island common ringtail possum, viverrine phalanger (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus incana, Phalangista incana
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus bassianus, Pseudochirus cooki bassianus, Pseudocheirus convolutor bassianus
Pseudocheirus peregrinus pulcher, Pseudochirus pulcher, Pseudocheirus laniginosus pulcher
SYN Pseudocheirus peregrinus laniginosa, Pseudocheirus laniginosus, Phalangista laniginosa, Pseudocheirus laniginosus laniginosus
ESKİ BİRLEŞİK P. p. pulcher + P. p. cookii = Pseudocheirus laniginosus [subsp: laniginosus, modestus, pulcher, rubidus, victoriae, notialis] – southeastern ringtail possum, south-eastern ringtail, south-eastern ring-tail (Iredale & Troughton 1934), common ring-tail (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as south-eastern or common ring-tail])
Pseudochirulus
Pseudochirulus canescens, Pseudocheirus canescens – lowland ringtail possum, lowland ringtail, lowland ring-tail (Ziegler 1971), hoary phalanger
Pseudochirulus canescens canescens, Pseudocheirus canescens canescens, Pseudochirus canescens, Phalangista canescens
Pseudochirulus canescens avarus, Pseudochirus avarus, Pseudocheirus canescens avarus
Pseudochirulus canescens bernsteini, Phalangista bernsteini, Pseudocheirus canescens bernsteini
Pseudochirulus canescens dammermani, Pseudochirus dammermani, Pseudocheirus canescens dammermani
Pseudochirulus canescens gyrator, Pseudocheirus canescens gyrator
Pseudochirulus caroli, Pseudocheirus caroli – Weyland ringtail possum, Weyland ringtail, Weyland Mountains ringtail, Weyland Mountains ring-tail (Ziegler 1971)
Pseudochirulus caroli caroli, Pseudocheirus caroli caroli
Pseudochirulus caroli versteegi, Pseudocheirus caroli versteegi, Pseudocheirus versteegi
Pseudochirulus cinereus, Pseudocheirus cinereus, Pseudocheirus herbertensis cinereus – cinereus ringtail possum, cinereous ringtail, Daintree River ringtail possum, Daintree River ring-tailed possum (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Pseudochirulus forbesi, Pseudocheirus forbesi, Pseudochirus forbesi – painted ringtail possum, painted ringtail (Flannery & Seri 1990), moss forest ringtail, moss-forest ring-tail (Ziegler 1971), Forbes's phalanger
Pseudochirulus forbesi forbesi, Pseudocheirus forbesi forbesi
Pseudochirulus forbesi lewisi, Pseudocheirus forbesi lewisi, Pseudochirus lewisi
Pseudochirulus forbesi longipilis, Pseudocheirus forbesi longipilis – Moss Forest ringtail possum
Pseudochirulus herbertensis, Pseudocheirus herbertensis – Herbert River ringtail possum, Herbert River ring-tail (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Herbert River ring-tailed possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), Herbert River opossum, Herbert River phalanger, oota
Pseudochirulus herbertensis herbertensis, Pseudocheirus herbertensis herbertensis, Pseudochirus herbertensis, Phalangista herbertensis
Pseudochirulus herbertensis mongan, Pseudocheirus herbertensis mongan, Pseudocheirus mongan
Pseudochirulus herbertensis colletti, Pseudochirus herbertensis colletti, Pseudocheirus herbertensis colletti
Pseudochirulus larvatus or Pseudocheirus forbesi larvatus, Pseudocheirus larvatus, Phalanger larvatus – masked ringtail possum, masked ringtail
SYN Pseudochirulus forbesi barbatus, Pseudochirulus barbatus, Pseudocheirus forbesi barbatus
SYN Pseudochirulus forbesi capistratus, Pseudochirulus capistratus, Pseudocheirus forbesi capistratus
Pseudochirulus mayeri, Pseudocheirus mayeri – pygmy ringtail possum, pygmy ringtail, pygmy ring-tail (Ziegler 1971), pigmy ringtail (Flannery & Seri 1990)
SYN Pseudochirulus mayeri mayeri, Pseudocheirus mayeri
SYN Pseudochirulus mayeri pygmaeus, Pseudochirulus pygmaeus, Pseudocheirus mayeri pygmaeus
Pseudochirulus schlegeli, Pseudocheirus schlegeli, Pseudochirus schlegeli – Vogelkop ringtail possum, Arfak ringtail, Arfak Mountains ringtail, Arfak Mountains ring-tail (Ziegler 1971), Schlegel's phalanger
Pseudochiropinae –
Pseudochirops
Pseudochirops albertisii, Pseudocheirus albertisi – D'Albertis' ringtail possum, D'Albertis's ringtail, D'Albertis' ring-tail (Ziegler 1971), Albertis's phalanger
Pseudochirops albertisii albertisii, Pseudocheirus albertisii albertisii, Pseudochirus albertisii, Phalangista albertisii
Pseudochirops albertisii insularis, Pseudocheirus albertisii insularis
Pseudochirops albertisii schultzei, Pseudochirops schultzei, Pseudocheirus albertisii schultzei – Schultze's ringtail
Pseudochirops archeri, Pseudochirus archeri, Phalangista (Pseudochirus) archeri, Phalangista archeri – green ringtail possum, green ring-tailed possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), striped ringtail, striped ring-tail (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Archer's opossum, yellow phalanger, tula
Pseudochirops corinnae, Pseudocheirus corinnae – plush-coated ringtail possum, plush-coated ringtail, plush-coated ringtail (Flannery & Seri 1990), golden ringtail possum, eastern ringtail, eastern ring-tail (Ziegler 1971)
Pseudochirops corinnae corinnae
Pseudochirops corinnae argenteus, Pseudocheirus argenteus
SYN Pseudochirops corinnae buergersi, Pseudochirops buergersi
SYN Pseudochirops corinnae caecias, Pseudochirops caecias
Pseudochirops coronatus, Pseudochirops albertisii coronatus – reclusive ringtail possum, reclusive ringtail
Pseudochirops cupreus, Pseudocheirus cupreus – coppery ringtail possum, coppery ringtail (Flannery & Seri 1990), coppery ring-tail (Ziegler 1971)
Pseudochirops cupreus cupreus
SYN Pseudochirops cupreus obscurior
Pseudochirops cupreus beauforti, Pseudochirus beauforti
Petauridae
Dactylopsilinae –
Dactylopsila
Dactylopsila megalura, Dactylopsila trivirgata megalura – great-tailed triok (Flannery & Seri 1990), large-tailed possum (Ziegler 1971)
Dactylopsila palpator, Dactylonax palpator – long-fingered triok (Flannery & Seri 1990), long-fingered possum (Ziegler 1971)
Dactylopsila palpator palpator, Dactylonax palpator palpator – Milne Edwards's striped phalanger
Dactylopsila palpator ernstmayri
Dactylopsila tatei, Dactylopsila trivirgata tatei – Tate's triok, Fergusson Island possum (Ziegler 1971), Fergusson Island striped possum
Dactylopsila trivirgata – striped possum (Flannery & Seri 1990), common striped possum (Ziegler 1971), Torresian striped possum (Jackson & Groves 2015), striped phalanger
Dactylopsila trivirgata trivirgata
SYN Dactylopsila trivirgata albertisii, Dactylopsila albertisii Peters & Doria, 1875 –
SYN Dactylopsila trivirgata angustivittis, Phalangista angustivittis, Dactylopsila angustivittis, Phalangista (Dactylopsila) angustivittis
SYN Dactylopsila trivirgata occidentalis, Dactylopsila occidentalis
SYN Dactylopsila trivirgata arfakensis, Dactylopsila arfakensis – arfak possum
Dactylopsila trivirgata melampus, Dactylopsila melampus
SYN Dactylopsila trivirgata hindenburgi, Dactylopsila hindenburgi
SYN Dactylopsila trivirgata biedermanni, Dactylopsila biedermanni
Dactylopsila trivirgata kataui, Dactylopsila kataui – Katau possum
Dactylopsila trivirgata picata, Dactylopsila picata – striped possum (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
SYN Dactylopsila trivirgata infumata
Gymnobelideus leadbeateri – Leadbeater's possum (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Jackson & Groves 2015), Leadbeater's phalanger
SYN Palaeopetaurus elegans
Petaurinae –
Petaurus
Petaurus abidi – northern glider (Jackson and & Thorington 2012) § Abid Beg Mirza
Petaurus australis – yellow-bellied glider (Jackson and & Thorington 2012; Jackson & Groves 2015), yellow-bellied possum-glider (Iredale & Troughton 1934), yellow-bellied flying-opossum, yellow-bellied flying phalanger, yellow flying phalanger, fluffy glider
SYN Petaurus australis australis; Petaurus australis petaurus, Phalangista petaurus, Didelphys petaurus, Didelphis petaurus [replacement name for P. australis]; Petaurus hepuna [nomen novum for D. petaurus]; Petaurus hepoonaroo [nomen novum for D. petaurus] – fluffy glider
SYN Petaurus australis novaehollandiae, Petaurus norfolcensis novaehollandiae, Sciurus novaehollandiae – Norfolk Island flying squirrel
SYN Petaurus australis nigra, Volucella nigra
SYN Petaurus australis flaviventer, Petaurus flaviventer, Petaurista flaviventer, Belideus flaviventer, Belideus flaviventris – yellow-bellied flying opossum (Waterhouse 1838), yellow-bellied petaurus (Waterhouse 1841), yellow-bellied phalanger
SYN Petaurus australis cunninghami, Petaurus cunninghami
SYN Petaurus australis opossum, Petaurus opossum
SYN Petaurus australis reginae – northern yellow-bellied glider
Petaurus biacensis, Petaurus breviceps biacensis, Petaurus papuanus biacensis – Biak glider (Jackson and & Thorington 2012)
SYN Petaurus breviceps kohlsi, Petaurus kholsi
Petaurus breviceps – sugar glider (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Ziegler 1971; Flannery & Seri 1990; Jackson and & Thorington 2012; Jackson & Groves 2015), lesser flying phalanger, lesser flying-opossum, short-headed petaurus (Waterhouse 1841)
Petaurus breviceps breviceps, Petaurus (Belideus) breviceps, Petaurista (Belidea) breviceps, Belideus breviceps – southeastern sugar glider
SYN Petaurus breviceps notatus, Belideus notatus, Petaurus (Belideus) notatus
SYN Petaurus sciureus Gunn 1851 [not Didelphis sciurea Shaw, 1794] –
Petaurus breviceps ariel, Belideus ariel, Petaurus (Belideus) ariel, Belidea ariel – northern sugar glider
Petaurus breviceps longicaudatus
Petaurus breviceps papuanus, Petaurus papuanus – New Guinean sugar glider
SYN Petaurus (Petaurella) papuensis flavidus
SYN Petaurus breviceps tafa, Petaurus papuanus tafa, Petaurus (Petaurella) papuensis tafa
Petaurus breviceps subsp. – Entrecasteaux glider
Petaurus gracilis, Petaurus norfolcensis gracilis, Belideus gracilis – mahogany glider (Jackson and & Thorington 2012; Jackson & Groves 2015), slender-tailed glider
Petaurus norfolcensis – squirrel glider (Jackson and & Thorington 2012; Jackson & Groves 2015), squirrel-glider (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
SYN Petaurus norfolcensis norfolcensis, Sciurus Petaurus norfolcensis, Sciurus (Petaurus) norfolcensis, Sciurus norfolcensis
SYN Petaurus norfolcensis sciurea, Petaurus sciurea, Petaurus sciureus, Petaurista sciureus, Voluccella sciurea, Belideus sciureus, Didelphis sciurea Shaw, 1794 – squirrel glider, squirrel-like flying-opossum, squirrel-like petaurus (Waterhouse 1841), squirrel flying opossum (Waterhouse 1838), squirrel flying phalanger
SYN Petaurus leucogaster
Tarsipedidae, Tarsipedinae; Tarsipedoidea –
Tarsipes rostratus – honey possum (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Jackson & Groves 2015), noolbenger, tait
SYN Tarsipes spenserae, Tarsipes spencerae, Tarsipes rostratus spencerae – Western Australian honey possum, honey possum, honey mouse, long-snouted pouched mouse
Acrobatidae
Acrobates frontalis or Acrobates pygmaeus frontalis, Dromicia frontalis – broad-toed feather-tailed glider (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Acrobates pygmaeus [sensu lato : incl. frontalis] – feathertail glider (Strahan and Conder 2007; Jackson and & Thorington 2012), feather-tail glider, feather-tailed glider, pigmy glider (Iredale & Troughton 1934), pygmy glider, pygmy flying opossum (Waterhouse 1838), pygmy flying-opossum, pigmy flying phalanger
Acrobates pygmaeus [sensu stricto] – narrow-toed feather-tailed glider (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Acrobates pygmaeus pygmaeus, Phalangista pygmaea, Petaurus pygmaeus, Didelphis pygmaea, Voluccella pygmaea – pigmy petaurus (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Acrobates pygmaeus opossum, Opossum opossum
Acrobates pygmaeus pulchellus, Acrobates pulchellus – New Guinea pygmy flying phalanger Papuan pygmy flying phalanger, pygmy glider (Ziegler 1971)
Distoechurus pennatus – feathertail possum (Flannery & Seri 1990), feather-tailed possum (Ziegler 1971), feather-tailed mouse possum, pen-tailed phalanger
SYN Distaechurus pennatus pennatus, Phalangista pennata
SYN Distoechurus pennatus amoenus, Distoechurus amoenus
SYN Distoechurus pennatus dryas, Distoechurus dryas
SYN Distoechurus pennatus neuhassi, Distoechurus neuhassi


Macropodiformes – macropodiforms
Macropodoidea

Balbaridae – balbarids, basal quadrupedal kangaroos

Hypsiprymnodontidae – hypsiprymnodontids
Hypsiprymnodontinae –
Hypsiprymnodon moschatus – musky rat-kangaroo (Jackson & Groves 2015), musk rat-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Australian musk rat, musk-kangaroo
SYN Pleopus nudicaudatus, Hypsiprymnodon moschatus nudicaudatus [planet-mammiferes.org] –
Propleopinae –
Propleopus oscillans – carnivorous kangaroo

Potoroidae – potoroids, potoroos (Waterhouse 1841 [Hypsiprimni]), rat-kangaroos (Iredale & Troughton 1934), kangaroo-rats (Waterhouse 1841 [Hypsiprimni])
Potoroinae –
Aepyprymnus rufescens, Æepyprymnus rufescens, Bettongia rufescens, Hypsiprymnus rufescens, Macropus rufescens – rufous rat-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), rufous bettong, rusty hypsiprymnus (Waterhouse 1838, 1841)
SYN Hypsiprymnus melanotis – black-eared kangaroo-rat (Waterhouse 1838)
Bettongia – bettongs
Bettongia gaimardi – eastern bettong, southern bettong
Bettongia gaimardi gaimardi, Bettongia gaimardi, Kangurus gaimardi – mainland eastern bettong, eastern bettong, Gaimard's rat-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
SYN Bettongia gaimardi setosa, Bettongia setosa Gray, 1837 (not Hypsiprymnus setosus Ogilby, 1832) –
SYN Bettongia gaimardi formosus, Hypsiprymnus formosus
SYN Bettongia gaimardi hunteri, Hypsiprymnus hunteri
SYN Bettongia gaimardi phillippi, Hypsiprymnus philippi
SYN Bettongia gaimardi white, Hypsiprymnus white, Hypsiprymnus whitei – White bettong, White's hypsiprymnus (Waterhouse 1841 [whitei, gaimardii, philippi])
Bettongia gaimardi cuniculus, Bettongia cuniculus, Hypsiprymnus cuniculus – Tasmanian bettong, Tasmanian rat-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), rabbit-like kangaroo-rat (Waterhouse 1838), rabbit-like hypsiprymnus (Waterhouse 1841)
Bettongia lesueur – boodie, burrowing bettong (Jackson & Groves 2015), tungoo, Lesueur's rat-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Lesueur rat-kangaroo, short-nosed rat-kangaroo
Bettongia lesueur lesueur, Hypsiprymnus lesueur – Shark Bay boodie, burrowing bettong
?SYN Bettongia lesueur anhydra, Bettongia penicillata anhydra
Bettongia lesueur graii, Bettongia graii, Hypsiprymnus graii, Hypsiprymnus grayi – inland boodie, burrowing bettong, Gray's rat-kangaroo, Gray's hypsiprymnus (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Bettongia lesueur harveyi, Perameles harveyi – Harvey's rat-kangaroo
Bettongia penicillata – woylie, brush-tailed bettong (Jackson & Groves 2015), brush-tailed rat-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Bettongia penicillata penicillata, Hypsiprymnus penicillatus – brush-tailed rat-kangaroo, brushed-tailed hypsiprymnus (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Hypsiprymnus murinus
SYN Bettongia penicillata gouldii, Bettongia gouldii – Gould's rat-kangaroo, Gould's bettong
SYN Bettongia penicillata francisca
Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi, Bettongia ogilbyi, Hypsiprymnus ogilbyi – southwestern woylie, brush-tailed bettong, Ogilby's rat-kangaroo, Ogilby's hypsiprymnus (Waterhouse 1841)
Bettongia tropica, Bettongia penicillata tropica – northern bettong (Jackson & Groves 2015), northern wyolie
Bettongia pusilla – Nullarbor dwarf bettong (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Caloprymnus campestris, Bettongia campestris, Hypsiprymnus campestris – desert rat-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Jackson & Groves 2015), buff-nosed rat-kangaroo, plains rat-kangaroo, plain rat-kangaroo, oolacunta
Potoroini –
Potorous – potoroos, Australian rat kangaroos
Potorous longipes – long-footed potoroo (Jackson & Groves 2015)
Potorous platyops, Potoroops platyops, Hypsiprymnus platyops – broad-faced potoroo (Jackson & Groves 2015), broad-faced rat-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
SYN Potorous platyops morgani, Potorous morgani –
Potorous tridactylus – long-nosed potoroo (Jackson & Groves 2015), long-nosed rat-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), common rat-kangaroo
Potorous tridactylus tridactylus, Didelphis tridactyla – mainland long-nosed potoroo, common rat-kangaroo, dark rat-kangaroo, potoroo
SYN Potorous tridactylus potorou, Didelphis potoru
SYN Potorous tridactylus murina, Hypsiprymnus murinus, Didelphis murina G. Cuvier, 1797 [not Didelphis murina Linnaeus, 1758] – New South Wales rat kangaroo, rat-tailed hypsiprymnus (Waterhouse 1841), poto-roo (White), kangaroo-rat (White)
SYN Potorous tridactylus minor, Macropus minor Shaw, 1800 –
SYN Potorous tridactylus muscola, Dipus muscola
SYN Potorous tridactylus peronii, Hypsiprymnus peron; Hypsiprymnus peronii
SYN Potorous tridactylus setosus, Hypsiprymnus setosus Ogilby, 1832 – kangaroo-rat (Waterhouse 1838)
SYN Potorous tridactylus myosurus, Hypsiprymnus myosurus – bettong kangaroo-rat (Waterhouse 1838)
SYN Potorous tridactylus tuckeri, Perameles tuckeri
SYN Potorous tridactylus antiquus
??SYN Potorous tridactylus trisulcatus, Hypsiprymnus trisulcatus
Potorous tridactylus apicalis, Hypsiprymnus apicalis – Tasmanian long-nosed potoroo
SYN Potorous tridactylus benormi
SYN Potorous tridactylus rufus, Potorous rufus
Potorous gilbertii, Potorous tridactylus gilbertii, Hypsiprymnus gilbertii – Gilbert's potoroo (Jackson & Groves 2015), Gilbert's rat-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), garlgyte
SYN Hypsiprymnus micropus – small-footed hypsiprymnus (Waterhouse 1841)

Macropodidae [sensu lato : Hypsiprymnodontinae, Potoroinae, Macropodinae] – kangaroos (Waterhouse 1841; Iredale & Troughton 1934), macropodids (Ziegler 1971)
Macropodidae [senu stricto], Macropodinae [sensu lato] – macropodids, "kangaroos, wallabies, and allies", kangaroo family, true kangaroos (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Lagostrophinae –
Lagostrophus fasciatus – banded hare-wallaby, banded wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), banded kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841), banded kanguroo, munning
Lagostrophus fasciatus fasciatus, Halmaturus fasciatus, Kangurus fasciatus, Macropus fasciatus, Lagorchestes fasciatus – Dorre banded hare-wallaby
SYN Lagostrophus fasciatus albipilis, Lagorchestes albipilis – mainland banded hare-wallaby
SYN Lagostrophus fasciatus fasciatus elegans, Macropus elegans Cuvier, 1816 [not Macropus elegans Lambert, 1807] –
Lagostrophus fasciatus baudinettei – Baudinette banded hare-wallaby
Protemnodon otibandus – giant wallaby
Sthenurinae – sthenurine kangaroos
Sthenurus atlas – Atlas kangaroo
Simosthenurus andersoni – Anderson's kangaroo
Simosthenurus gili – steppe kangaroo
Simosthenurus maddocki – Maddock's kangaroo, browsing kangaroo
Simosthenurus occidentalis – giant kangaroo
Simosthenurus oreas – ancient kangaroo
Macropodinae [sensu stricto] – kangaroos and wallabies
Dendrolagus – tree-kangaroos
Dendrolagus inustus – grizzled tree kangaroo (Ziegler 1971), grizzled tree-kangaroo, dusky tree-kangaroo, brown tree-kangaroo
Dendrolagus inustus inustus, Dendrolagus matschiei inustus – grizzled tree-kangaroo
SYN Dendrolagus inustus maximus, Dendrolagus maximus
SYN Dendrolagus inustus sorongensis, Dendrolagus sorongensis – Sorong tree-kangaroo
Dendrolagus inustus finschi, Dendrolagus finschi – Finsch's tree-kangaroo
SYN Dendrolagus inustus keiensis, Dendrolagus keiensis
SYN Dendrolagus inustus schoedei, Dendrolagus schoedei
Dendrolagus lumholtzi – Lumholtz's tree-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Queensland tree-kangaroo
SYN Dendrolagus fulvus
Dendrolagus ursinus, Hypsiprymnus ursinus – ursine tree-kangaroo, bear tree-kangaroo, black tree-kangaroo, Vogelkop tree kangaroo (Ziegler 1971), Vogelkop tree-kangaroo
SYN Dendrolagus leucogenys – white throated tree-kangaroo
Dendrolagus matschiei – Matschie's tree kangaroo (Ziegler 1971), Matschie's tree-kangaroo, Huon tree-kangaroo
SYN Dendrolagus matschiei matschiei
SYN Dendrolagus matschiei deltae, Dendrolagus deltae
SYN Dendrolagus matschiei flavidior, Dendrolagus flavidior
SYN Dendrolagus matschiei xanthotis
Dendrolagus bennettianus, Dendrolagus dorianus bennettianus – Bennett's tree-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Bennett's kangaroo (Waterhouse 1838), sombre tree-kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Dendrolagus dorianus – Doria's tree-kangaroo (Flannery & Seri 1990), unicolored tree kangaroo (Ziegler 1971), unicolored tree-kangaroo
Dendrolagus dorianus dorianus – Count Doria's tree-kangaroo
Dendrolagus dorianus aureus
Dendrolagus dorianus mayri, Dendrolagus mayri – Wondiwoi tree-kangaroo
Dendrolagus dorianus palliceps, Dendrolagus palliceps
Dendrolagus dorianus profugus
Dendrolagus dorianus notatus, Dendrolagus notatus – ifola
Dendrolagus stellarum, Dendrolagus goodfellowi stellarum, Dendrolagus dorianus stellarum – Seri's tree-kangaroo § Flannery & Seri 1990 [subsp. nov.]: Dendrolagus dorianus stellarum n.subsp. Etymology. Of the stars (L.), a reference to the Star Mountains, which is the type locality and most of the known habitat of this taxon.
Dendrolagus goodfellowi – Goodfellow's tree-kangaroo (Flannery & Seri 1990[as Dendrolagus goodfellowi buergersi]), ornate tree kangaroo (Ziegler 1971), ornate tree-kangaroo
Dendrolagus goodfellowi goodfellowi, Dendrolagus matschiei goodfellowi – Goodfellow's tree-kangaroo
Dendrolagus goodfellowi buergersi, Dendrolagus matschiei buergersi – Buergers' tree-kangaroo, Buerger's tree kangaroo, timboyok
Dendrolagus goodfellowi shawmayeri, Dendrolagus matschiei shawmayeri – Shawmayer's tree-kangaroo
Dendrolagus pulcherrimus, Dendrolagus goodfellowi pulcherrimus – golden-mantled tree-kangaroo
Dendrolagus spadix, Dendrolagus goodfellowi spadix, Dendrolagus matschiei spadix – lowland tree-kangaroo, lowlands tree-kangaroo
Dendrolagus mbaiso – dingiso, bondegezou
Dendrolagus scottae – tenkile, Scott's tree-kangaroo
Petrogale – rock-wallabies
brachyotis species-group –
Petrogale brachyotis– short-eared rock-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), short-eared rock kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN SYN Petrogale brachyotis brachyotis, Macropus (Petrogale) brachyotis, Macropus brachyotis
SYN Petrogale brachyotis signata, Petrogale signata
SYN Petrogale longmani [sensu lato : subsp: longmani + venustula] – Longman's rock-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
SYN Petrogale longmani longmani, Petrogale longmani
SYN Petrogale longmani venustula, Petrogale venustula
Petrogale burbidgei – monjon, warabi, Burbridge's rock weasel
Petrogale concinna, Peradorcas concinna – nabarlek, pygmy rock-wallaby, little rock-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), pretty rock kangaroo
Petrogale concinna concinna, Peradorcas concinna concinna, Halmaturus concinnus – northwestern nabarlek
Petrogale concinna canescens, Peradorcas concinna canescens
Petrogale concinna monastria, Peradorcas concinna monastria – Kimberley nabarlek
Petrogale wilkinsi, Petrogale brachyotis wilkinsi – eastern short-eared rock-wallaby, Roper River rock-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Wilkins' rock-wallaby
xanthopus species-group –
Petrogale persephone – Proserpine rock-wallaby
Petrogale rothschildi – Rothschild's rock-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Roebourne rock-wallaby
Petrogale xanthopus – yellow-footed rock-wallaby, bar-tailed rock-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), ring-tailed rock wallaby, ring-tailed wallaby
Petrogale xanthopus xanthopus, Macropus xanthopus; Phalangista xanthopygus – common yellow-footed rock-wallaby
Petrogale xanthopus celeris, Petrogale celeris – Queensland yellow-footed rock-wallaby
lateralis/penicillata species-group –
Petrogale assimilis – allied rock-wallaby
SYN Petrogale inornata puella, Petrogale puella
Petrogale coenensis – Cape York rock-wallaby
Petrogale godmani, Petrogale penicilltata godmani, Petrogale inornata godmani – Godman's rock-wallaby
Petrogale herberti, Petrogale penicillata herberti, Petrogale inornata herberti – Herbert's rock-wallaby
Petrogale inornata, Halmaturus inornatus, Macropus inornatus – unadorned rock-wallaby, plain rock-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), , plain-colored rock-wallaby
Petrogale lateralis – black-flanked rock-wallaby, black-footed rock-wallaby, West Australian rock-wallaby, warru
Petrogale lateralis lateralis, Petrogale penicillata lateralis, Halmaturus lateralis – black-flanked rock-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), MacDonnell black-footed rock-wallaby, Wheatbelt black-footed rock-wallaby, side-streaked rock kangaroo
Petrogale lateralis hacketti, Petrogale hacketti – Recherche rock-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Petrogale lateralis pearsoni, Petrogale pearsoni – Pearson Island rock-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Petrogale mareeba – Mareeba rock-wallaby
Petrogale penicillata – brush-tailed rock-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), brush-tailed kangaroo (Waterhouse 1838, 1841), small-eared rock-wallaby, tufted-tailed kanguroo, mountain kanguroo
SYN Petrogale penicillata penicillata, Kangurus penicillatus – common brush-tailed rock-wallaby
SYN Heteropus albogularis
SYN Petrogale longicauda
Petrogale purpureicollis, Petrogale penicillata purpureicollis, Petrogale lateralis purpureicollis, Petrogale inornata purpureicollis – purple-necked rock-wallaby, purple black-footed rock-wallaby
Petrogale sharmani – Mount Claro rock-wallaby, Mt. Claro rock-wallaby, Sharman's rock-wallaby
Thylogale – pademelons
Thylogale billardierii – Tasmanian pademelon (Iredale & Troughton 1934), rufous-bellied pademelon (Iredale & Troughton 1934), red-bellied pademelon, red-bellied kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841 [billardierii = rufiventer]), "Wallaby" or "Wallabee" of Van Diemen's Land (Waterhouse 1841), Labellardiere's kanguroo
SYN Thylogale billardierii billardierii, Kangurus billardierii, Macropus billardierii
SYN Thylogale billardierii brachytarsus, Halmaturus brachytarsus
SYN Thylogale billardierii rufiventer, Macropus rufiventer, Macropus (Halmaturus) rufiventer, Halmaturus rufiventer – red-bellied kangaroo (Waterhouse 1838)
SYN Thylogale billardierii tasmanei, Thylogale tasmanei, Halmaturus tasmanei – Tasmanian pademelon
Thylogale browni, Macropus browni, Halmaturus browni – Brown's pademelon
SYN Macropus lugens
SYN Macropus tibol
SYN Macropus keysseri
SYN Thylogale lauterbachi
Thylogale lanatus, Thylogale browni lanatus – mountain pademelon
Thylogale brunii, Macropus brunii, Halmaturus brunii, Didelphys brunii – dusky pademelon (Flannery & Seri 1990), dusky wallaby (Ziegler 1971), Aru Island wallaby, philander, filander kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841), Le Brun's kanguroo
SYN Macropus gracilis
SYN Macropus jukesii
Thylogale calabyi – Calaby's pademelon, alpine wallaby
Thylogale stigmatica – red-legged pademelon (Iredale & Troughton 1934), red-legged wallaby (Ziegler 1971), branded wallaby
Thylogale stigmatica stigmatica, Macropus stigmaticus – Northern Queensland red-legged pademelon
Thylogale stigmatica wilcoxi, Halmaturus wilcoxi, Macropus wilcoxi – Southern Queensland red-legged pademelon
SYN Halmaturus temporalis
Thylogale stigmatica coxenii, Macropus coxenii coxenii, Thylogale coxenii, Macropus coxenii, Halmaturus coxenii – Cape York pademelon (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Cape York wallaby
SYN Halmaturus gazella
Thylogale stigmatica oriomo, Macropus coxenii oriomo – Oriomo red-legged pademelon
Thylogale thetis, Halmaturus thetis; Macropus thetidis, Halmaturus thetidis – red-necked pademelon (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
SYN Halmaturus nuchalis
SYN Halmaturus eugenii J. Gray, 1837 –
Dorcopsis – greater dorcopsises
Dorcopsis atrata – black dorcopsis, black forest wallaby (Ziegler 1971), Goodenough dorcopsis
Dorcopsis hageni, Conoyces hageni – white-striped dorcopsis (Flannery & Seri 1990), greater forest wallaby (Ziegler 1971)
SYN Dorcopsis caurina
SYN Conoyces hageni eitape
Dorcopsis luctuosa – gray dorcopsis, grey dorcopsis, grey dorca
Dorcopsis luctuosa luctuosa, Halmaturus luctuosus
SYN Dorcopsis luctuosa beccarii, Dorcopsis beccarii
SYN Dorcopsis luctuosa chalmersi, Dorcopsis chalmersii
Dorcopsis luctuosa phyllis
Dorcopsis muelleri – brown dorcopsis, brown dorca, brown forest wallaby
Dorcopsis muelleri muelleri, Dorcopsis luctuosa muelleri, Macropus muelleri – Müller's dorcopsis
SYN Dorcopsis veterum auct. [not Kangurus veterum Lesson and Garnot] – common forest wallaby (Ziegler 1971), New Guinea forest wallaby, grey scrub wallaby
SYN Dorcopsis muelleri brunii, Didelphis brunii, Macropus brunii; Halmaturus asiaticus
SYN Dorcopsis muelleri rufolateralis, Dorcopsis rufolateralis
???Dorcopsis muelleri salawatti – Salawati brown dorcopsis
Dorcopsis muelleri lorentzii, Dorcopsis lorentzii – Lorentz's dorcopsis
Dorcopsis muelleri mysoliae, Dorcopsis mysoliae – Misool brown dorcopsis
Dorcopsis muelleri yapeni – Yapen brown dorcopsis
Dorcopsulus – lesser dorcopsises
Dorcopsulus macleayi, Dorcopsis macleayi – Macleay's dorcopsis, Macleay's dorcopsulus, Macleay's dorca, Papuan dorcopsis, Papuan forest wallaby (Ziegler 1971)
Dorcopsulus vanheurni, Dorcopsis vanheurni – small dorcopsis (Flannery & Seri 1990), lesser forest wallaby (Ziegler 1971), Van Heurn's dorcopsis
SYN Dorcopsulus rothschildi
Lagorchestes – hare-wallabies
Lagorchestes asomatus – Lake Mackay hare-wallaby, central hare-wallaby, kuluwarri
Lagorchestes conspicillatus – spectacled hare-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), spectacled kangaroo hare
Lagorchestes conspicillatus conspicillatus, Halmaturus conspicillatus, Macropus conspicillatus – Barrow Island spectacled hare-wallaby
Lagorchestes conspicillatus leichardti, Lagorchestes leichardti – Leichard's spectacled hare-wallaby, Leichhardt's hare-wallaby
SYN Lagorchestes conspicillatus pallidior
Lagorchestes hirsutus – mala, rufous hare-wallaby, western hare-wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), southwestern mainland rufous hare-wallaby, whistler, spinifex rat
Lagorchestes hirsutus Macropus hirsutus, Halmaturus hirsutus – mainland mala
Lagorchestes hirsutus bernieri – Bernier Island mala, Bernier rufous hare-wallaby
Lagorchestes hirsutus dorreae – Dorre Island mala, Dorre rufous hare-wallaby
Lagorchestes leporides, Macropus leporides; Lagorchestes leporoides, Macropus leporoides, Halmaturus leporoides – eastern hare-wallaby, brown hare-wallaby, common hare wallaby, hare wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), hare kangaroo, hare-like kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841), kangaroo hare
SYN Lagorchestes gymnotis
Macropus – "kangaroos, wallaroos, and wallabies"
Macropus rama – mountain kangaroo
subgenus Notamacropus
Macropus agilis, Macropus (Notamacropus) agilis, Wallabia agilis – agile wallaby (Ziegler 1971), sandy wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), jungle wallaby, grass wallaby, river wallaby
Macropus agilis agilis, Wallabia agilis agilis, Protemnodon agilis, Halmaturus agilis – northern agile wallaby
SYN Dorcopsis aurantiacus
SYN Macropus agilis aurescens, Wallabia agilis aurescens
SYN Macropus agilis crassipes, Halmaturus crassipes
SYN Macropus agilis siva, Macropus siva, Halmaturus siva
SYN Macropus agilis binoe, Halmaturus binoe, Thylogale eugenii binoe – Bynoe agile wallaby, Bynoe's kangaroo § Benjamin Bynoe (1804–1865)
Macropus agilis jardinii, Wallabia agilis jardinii, Halmaturus jardinii – Queensland agile wallaby
Macropus agilis nigrescens, Wallabia agilis nigrescens – northern western agile wallaby, Kimberley wallaby
Macropus agilis papuanus, Macropus papuanus; Macropus papuensis – New Guinean agile wallaby
Macropus dorsalis, Wallabia dorsalis, Halmaturus dorsalis – black-striped wallaby (Iredale & Troughton, striped kangaroo (Waterhouse 1838), scrub wallaby
Macropus eugenii, Macropus (Notamacropus) eugenii, Thylogale eugenii – tammar wallaby [Western Australia], tammar (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [(W.A.)]), dama wallaby [South Australia], darma wallaby, dama pademelon (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Macropus eugenii eugenii, Thylogale eugenii eugenii, Wallabia eugenii, Kangurus eugenii, Halmaturus eugenii – South Australian mainland tammar, Eugene Island kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841), Eugene's kangaroo (Waterhouse 1838), Eugene's kanguroo
SYN Halmaturus emiliae
SYN Macropus bedfordi, Thylogale bedfordi – Bedford's wallaby
SYN Thylogale flindersi – Flinders Island pademelon (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Flinder Island wallaby
Macropus eugenii derbianus, Thylogale eugenii derbiana, Macropus derbianus, Halmaturus derbianus – western tammar, Derby's kangaroo (Waterhouse 1838), Lord Derby's kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Halmaturus derbianus obscurior
SYN Macropus gracilis
SYN Halmaturus houtmanni – Houtman Abrolhos Island wallaby
SYN Halmaturus dama
Macropus eugenii decres, Thylogale eugenii decres – Kangaroo Island tammar wallaby, Kangaroo tammar
Macropus greyi, Macropus (Halmaturus) greyi, Halmaturus greyi, Wallabia greyi – toolache wallaby, toolach wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Grey's wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Macropus irma, Macropus (Notamacropus) irma, Halmaturus irma – western brush wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), black-gloved wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), kwoora
SYN Halmaturus manicatus, Macropus (Halmaturus) manicatus, Macropus manicatus – black-footed kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841)
Macropus parma, Macropus (Notamacropus) Halmaturus parma, Wallabia parma, Thylogale parma – Parma wallaby, Parma pademelon (Iredale & Troughton 1934), white-throated wallaby, white-throated pademelon (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Macropus parryi, Macropus (Notamacropus) parryi; Macropus elegans, Wallabia elegans – whiptail wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), pretty-faced wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), grey-faced wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Parry's wallaby, Parry's kangaroo (Waterhouse 1838, 1841), elegant kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Halmaturus parryi pallida
Macropus rufogriseus, Macropus (Notamacropus) rufogriseus – red-necked wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as red-necked, scrub, or eastern brush wallaby]), scrub wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), eastern brush wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), rusty-grey kangaroo
Macropus rufogriseus rufogriseus, Wallabia rufogrisea rufogrisea, Wallabia rufogriseus, Halmaturus griseorufus, Kangurus rufogriseus; Halmaturus griseorufus; Kangurus griseus – Flinders red-necked wallaby, rusty-grey kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841), gray kanguroo
SYN Halmaturus kingii
SYN Macropus ruficollis, Kangurus ruficollis, Halmaturus ruficollis – red-necked kangaroo (Waterhouse 1838, 1841), red-necked kanguroo
SYN Kangurus vinosus
Macropus rufogriseus fruticus, Wallabia rufogrisea frutica, Macropus fruticus, Halmaturus fruticus; Macropus rufogriseus bennetti, Macropus ruficollis bennetti, Macropus bennetti, Halmaturus bennetti – Tasmanian red-necked wallaby Bennett's wallaby, Bennett's kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841 [bennettii=fruticosus]), "Brush Kangaroo" of the Colonists of the Van Diemen's Land (Waterhouse 1841)
SYN Macropus albus – white kangaroo (Waterhouse 1838, 1841) § Albino Bennett's wallabies live on Bruny Island (off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania)
SYN Halmaturus leptonyx
Macropus rufogriseus banksianus, Wallabia rufogrisea banksiana, Macropus giganteus banksianus, Kangurus banksianus, Halmaturus banksianus – mainland red-necked wallaby
SYN Halmaturus rutilans; Halmaturus rutilus
subgenus Osphranter
Osphranter antilopinus [sensu lato : subsp: antilopinus, woodwardi, cervinus] – north-western wallaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), antilopine wallaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934),
Macropus antilopinus, Macropus (Osphranter) antilopinus, Osphranter antilopinus [sensu stricto], Osphranter antilopinus antilopinus, Macropus robustus antilopinus, Halmaturus antilopinus – antilopine kangaroo, antilopine wallaroo, antilopine wallaby, red wallaroo
Macropus bernardus, Osphranter bernardus [new name for Dendrodorcopsis woodwardi Bothschild, 1902, preoccupied by Osphranter antilopinus woodwardi Thomas, 1901] – black wallaroo, little wallaroo, little northern wallaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Bernard's wallaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Macropus robustus, Macropus (Osphranter) robustus – common wallaroo, wallaroo, hill wallaroo, strong-limbed kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841)
Macropus robustus robustus, Macropus (Petrogale) robustus, Osphranter robustus, Petrogale robusta – eastern wallaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), dusky wallaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), black wallaroo, New South Wales wallaroo
SYN Macropus robustus reginae, Osphranter reginae – North Queensland wallaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Macropus robustus erubescens, Macropus erubescens, Osphranter erubescens, Osphranter erubescens erubescens – euro (Iredale & Troughton 1934), central wallaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), reddish short-haired euro, roan wallaroo
SYN Macropus argentatus
SYN Osphranter erubescens alexandriae, Macropus robustus alexandriae, Macropus alexandriae – Alexandria wallaroo
SYN Macropus robustus alligatoris – Alligatoris River wallaroo
SYN Macropus robustus cervinus, Osphranter antilopinus cervinus – deer-wallaroo
SYN (cervinus) Macropus robustus rubens
Macropus robustus isabellinus, Macropus isabellinus, Osphranter isabellinus – yellow wallaroo, Barrow Island wallaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Barrow Island euro, isabelline kangaroo, biggada
Macropus robustus woodwardi Thomas, 1901, Osphranter antilopinus woodwardi, Macropus woodwardi – northern euro, Woodward's wallaroo
SYN Macropus robustus bracteator
HYB [cervinus × occidentalis] Macropus hagenbecki [new name for Macropus magnus Rothschild, 1905, preoccupied by Macropus (Boriogale) magnus Owen, 1874] – Hagenbeck's kangaroo
Macropus rufus, Macropus (Osphranter) rufus, Osphranter rufus, Megaleia rufa – red kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841; Iredale & Troughton 1934), red kanguroo, great red kangaroo, woolly kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841), woolly kanguroo, plains kangaroo, marloo
– blue flier
Macropus rufus rufus, Megaleia rufa rufa, Kangurus rufus; Macropus ruber [lapsus for rufus]; Kangarus laniger; Macropus lanigerus, Osphranter lanigerus; Kangurus lanosus; Kangurus griseolanosus – red kangaroo
SYN Macropus (Osphranter) pictus
SYN Macropus magnus, Macropus (Boriogale) magnus Owen, 1874 – Owen's kangaroo
Macropus rufus dissimulatus, Megaleia rufa dissimulata
SYN Macropus rufus occidentalis
SYN Macropus rufus pallidus – northern plains kangaroo
Macropus titan or Macropus giganteus titan – titan kangaroo, colossal kangaroo
Macropus pearsoni – Pearson's kangaroo
subgenus Macropus
Macropus fuliginosus, Macropus (Macropus) fuliginosus – western grey kangaroo, western gray kangaroo, black-faced kangaroo, mallee kangaroo, sooty kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841), sooty kanguroo, Tasmanian kangaroo
Macropus fuliginosus Macropus giganteus fuliginosus, Kangurus fuliginosus – Kangaroo Island kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), Kangaroo western grey kangaroo
Macropus fuliginosus melanops, Macropus melanops, Macropus giganteus melanops, Macropus major? melanops – mainland western grey kangaroo, western grey kangaroo, black-faced kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
SYN Macropus fuliginosus ocydromus, Macropus giganteus ocydromus, Macropus ocydromus – great southwestern kangaroo, western grey kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Macropus giganteus, Macropus (Macropus) giganteus; Macropus major – eastern grey kangaroo, eastern gray kangaroo, great grey kangaroo, great gray kangaroo, great kangaroo (Waterhouse 1838, 1841), great kanguroo, large kanguroo, forester kangaroo, forester, forrester (Waterhouse 1841 [In Van Diemen's Land it is called the "Forrester," and also "Boomer."]), giant hopper, boomer
Macropus giganteus giganteus – northeastern grey kangaroo, grey kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934 [as Macropus major])
SYN Macropus giganteus major – southern grey kangaroo
SYN Kangurus labiatus
SYN Halmaturus griseofuscus
SYN Dipus tridactylus
SYN [young] Macropus cangaru, Wallabia cangaru, Mus cangaru; Mus caenguru; Zerbua kangaru; Didelphis kenguru; Didelphys gigantea, Jerboa gigantea, Jaculus giganteus – Cook's kangaroo, Captain Cook's kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934; Lysaght 1957), Captain Cook's whiptail (Iredale & Troughton 1937), Captain Cook's whiptail wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1937)
Macropus giganteus tasmaniensis, Macropus tasmaniensis – Tasmanian grey kangaroo, Tasmanian forester kangaroo, Tasmanian kangaroo (Iredale & Troughton 1934), forester kangaroo, boomer
Wallabia bicolor – swamp wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), black wallaby, black-tailed wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), fern wallaby, bush kangaroo (Waterhouse 1838 [as Macropus Ualabatus]), Aröe kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841 [ualabatus]), black pademelon, black stinker (in New South Wales), stinker (in Queensland)
Wallabia bicolor bicolor, Kangurus bicolor
SYN Kangurus ualabatus, Halmaturus ualabatus, Macropus ualabatus – common scrub wallaby, black-tailed wallaby
SYN Halmaturus lessonii
SYN Halmaturus nemoralis
Wallabia bicolor mastersii, Halmaturus mastersii
SYN Wallabia bicolor ingrami, Macropus ualabatus ingrami
Wallabia bicolor apicalis, Macropus ualabatus apicalis, Halmaturus apicalis – Queensland scrub wallaby
Wallabia bicolor welsbyi, Wallabia welsbyi, Macropus welsbyi – rufous Stradbroke Island wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Setonix brachyurus, Kangurus brachyurus, Macropus brachyurus; Halmaturus brevicaudatus, Halmaturus (Thylogale) brevicaudatus, Thylogale brevicaudatus – quokka (Iredale & Troughton 1934), short-tailed wallaby, short-tailed kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841), short-tailed pademelon (Iredale & Troughton 1934)
Onychogalea – nail-tail wallabies
Onychogalea fraenata, Macropus fraenatus, Halmaturus fraenatus – bridled nail-tail wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), bridled nail-tailed wallaby, bridled nailtail wallaby, bridled wallaby, bridled kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841), merrin, flashjack
Onychogalea lunata, Macropus lunatus, Halmaturus lunatus – crescent nail-tail wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), crescent nail-tailed wallaby, crescent wallaby, crescent marked kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841)
Onychogalea unguifera, Onychogalea unguifer – northern nail-tail wallaby (Iredale & Troughton 1934), northern nail-tailed wallaby, sandy nail-tail wallaby, sandy nail-tailed wallaby, nail-bearing kangaroo (Waterhouse 1841), karrabul
Onychogalea unguifera unguifera, Onychogalea unguifer unguifer, Macropus unguifer, Halmaturus unguifer
Onychogalea unguifera annulicauda, Onychogalea unguifer annulicauda, Onychogalea annulicauda

Eutheria ~ Placentalia
 
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