High priority threatened mammals North West Victoria
The following list comprises selected threatened mammals that have been identified as being high priority species in the North West of Victoria. Their high priority is based on a combination of the importance of the species and high level of concern regarding threats within a particular bioregion. These species have been identified as requiring either full commitment or substantive participation within the bioregion indicated. This list is based on information from the Bioregional Network Analysis (BNA) for each bioregion (Lowe et al., 2000) and high priority threatened mammals in the North West where management actions are specified in the DEPI Actions for Biodiversity Conservation database.
|Squirrel Glider - endangered|
|Brush-tailed Phascogale||Phascogale tapoatafa||MM, MF, W|
|Gile's Planigale||Planigale gilesi||MM, MSB|
|Greater Long-eared Bat (eastern form)||Nyctophilus corbeni||MM|
|Heath Mouse||Pseudomys shortridgei||W|
|Squirrel Glider||Petaurus norfolcensis||MF, W|