Sepia Short-tailed Opossum


Sepia Short-tailed Opossum

Taxobox
name = Sepia Short-tailed OpossumMSW3 Gardner | pages = 13]
status = LC
status_system = iucn3.1
status_ref = IUCN2006 | assessors = New World Marsupial Specialist Group | year = 1996 | id = 40512 | title = Monodelphis adusta | downlaoed = 2007-07-29]
regnum = Animalia
phylum = Chordata
classis = Mammalia
ordo = Didelphimorphia
familia = Didelphidae
genus = "Monodelphis"
species = "M. adusta"
binomial = "Monodelphis adusta"
binomial_authority = (Thomas, 1897)
synonyms =

The Sepia Short-tailed Opossum ("Monodelphis adusta") is a species of opossum in the Didelphidae family. It is found in Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, and Peru.

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