OTHER COMMON NAMES
English: Jerboa, marsupial mouse.
Length 2.8–3.9 in (70–100 mm). Grizzled fawn-gray above, white under, with very massive ears, massive eyes, and an extended tail with black brushed tip; hind-foot tremendously elongated with solely 4 toes.
Broad band across central and southern arid Australia.
Stony and sandy desert plains and acacia scrubland the place small bushes represent the principal vegetation.
Bounding gait; terrestrial; shelters beneath tussocks and in cracks within the soil, burrows, and logs. Nocturnal.
FEEDING ECOLOGY AND DIET
Large bugs and spiders.
Data Deficient. Uncommon over most of vary. Populations seem to fluctuate seasonally. Not immediately impa