Definition of Marsupial mouse

1. Noun. Any of numerous small sharp-nosed insectivorous marsupials superficially resembling mice or rats.

Exact synonyms: Marsupial Rat, Pouched Mouse
Generic synonyms: Dasyurid, Dasyurid Marsupial
Group relationships: Genus Phascogale, Phascogale



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marsupial Mouse

marsileas
marsipobranch
marsipobranchia
marsipobranchs
marsport
marsports
marsquakes
marsturite
marsupia
marsupial
marsupial bones
marsupial frog
marsupial lion
marsupial mole
marsupial mouse (current term)
marsupial notch
marsupial rat
marsupialia
marsupialisation
marsupialization
marsupializations
marsupials
marsupian
marsupians
marsupiate
marsupion
marsupite
marsupites
marsupium

Literary usage of Marsupial mouse

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1. An Introduction to the Mammalian Dentition by Thomas Wingate Todd (1918)
"15). The scale in this as in all succeeding llustrations indicates millimeters. w oe u mper illustrations indicates millimeters. Australian marsupial mouse ..."

2. Handbook of Geological Terms, Geology and Physical Geography: Geology and by David Page (1865)
"Literally "pouched or marsupial mouse;" the wombat of Australia, fossil species of which (P. gigas} have been found in the uppermost Tertiaries of that ..."

3. Australian Pictures Drawn with Pen and Pencil: Drawn from Pen and Pencil by Howard Willoughby (1886)
"... which stands between six and seven feet high, to the marsupial mouse, which will sleep in a good sized pill-box. There is the stupid, heavy wombat, ..."

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