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Wildlife Research, ISSN 1035-3712, 2010, Volume 37, Issue 2, pp. 77 - 88
Context. Nectar is a temporally variable food resource. However, because few studies describe the population dynamics of nectar-feeding non-flying mammals, it... 
SUGAR GLIDER | NONFLYING MAMMALS | NEW-SOUTH-WALES | FORAGING BEHAVIOR | ZOOLOGY | YELLOW-BELLIED GLIDER | FRAGMENTED LANDSCAPE | QUEENSLAND | LIFE-HISTORY | ECOLOGY | UNEQUAL CATCHABILITY | MAHOGANY GLIDER
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Australian Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0004-959X, 05/2009, Volume 57, Issue 1, pp. 55 - 64
We describe the vocal behaviour of the squirrel glider ( Petaurus norfolcensis ) from 465 h of observation across five sites in north-east New South Wales and... 
SUGAR GLIDER | NEW-SOUTH-WALES | REMNANT LINEAR HABITATS | ZOOLOGY | YELLOW-BELLIED GLIDER | HOME-RANGE | LOUD CALLS | FEEDING-BEHAVIOR | LONG-DISTANCE CALLS | POPULATION ECOLOGY | MAHOGANY GLIDER
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Wildlife Research, ISSN 1035-3712, 06/2007, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp. 288 - 295
The squirrel glider ( Petaurus norfolcensis ) occurs in forests and woodlands in eastern Australia. In Victoria it is now largely restricted to small,... 
SUGAR GLIDER | AUSTRALIS | NEW-SOUTH-WALES | FORAGING BEHAVIOR | ZOOLOGY | YELLOW-BELLIED GLIDER | EASTERN | QUEENSLAND | FOOD AVAILABILITY | MARSUPIALIA | ECOLOGY | POPULATION ECOLOGY
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by DG Quin
Wildlife Research, ISSN 1035-3712, 1995, Volume 22, Issue 4, pp. 471 - 505
The population ecology of the squirrel glider (Petaurus norfolcensis) and the sugar glider (P. breviceps) was studied at Limeburners Creek Nature Reserve, on... 
AUSTRALIS | NSW | ZOOLOGY | YELLOW-BELLIED GLIDER | BEHAVIOR | ECOLOGY | SOCIAL-ORGANIZATION | SOCIOECOLOGY | FOREST | PHENOLOGY | MAMMALS
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Wildlife Research, ISSN 1035-3712, 2002, Volume 29, Issue 4, pp. 329 - 340
The geographic range of the squirrel glider ( Petaurus norfolcensis ) in south-eastern Australia largely corresponds with fertile soils highly suited for... 
SOUTH-EAST QUEENSLAND | FRAGMENTED HABITATS | AUSTRALIS | POWERFUL OWL | NINOX-STRENUA | ZOOLOGY | YELLOW-BELLIED GLIDER | SUGAR GLIDERS | MARSUPIALIA | ECOLOGY | BREVICEPS | NORTH QUEENSLAND
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Australian Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0004-959X, 2009, Volume 57, Issue 5, pp. 295 - 304
We investigated the diet of the squirrel glider (Petaurus norfolcensis) from within a highly fragmented landscape in the northern (tropical) part of its... 
Petaurus norfolcensis | Radio-tracking | Gliding mammal | Foraging behaviour | Faecal analysis | NEW-SOUTH-WALES | FORAGING BEHAVIOR | SAP TREES | CALYPTORHYNCHUS-LATHAMI | SUGAR GLIDER | ZOOLOGY | YELLOW-BELLIED GLIDER | GLOSSY BLACK-COCKATOOS | foraging behaviour | FEEDING-BEHAVIOR | FOOD AVAILABILITY | PETAURUS-AUSTRALIS | gliding mammal | radio-tracking
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Austral Ecology, ISSN 1442-9985, 12/2014, Volume 39, Issue 8, pp. 973 - 983
Only about 20 vertebrate species are known to feed regularly on tree sap. One of these is the yellow‐bellied glider (Petaurus australis), a marsupial that... 
chemistry | yellow‐bellied glider | sap | eucalypt | feeding | Chemistry | Yellow-bellied glider | Sap | Eucalypt | Feeding | yellow-bellied glider | SECONDARY METABOLITES | NEW-SOUTH-WALES | FORAGING BEHAVIOR | PSEUDOCHEIRUS PEREGRINUS | NORTH QUEENSLAND | HABITAT | PETAURUS-AUSTRALIS | ECOLOGY | WARATAH-CREEK | EUCALYPTUS-GLOBULUS | Trees | Chemical ecology | Marsupials | Animal behavior
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Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0952-8369, 1/2001, Volume 253, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 13
The mahogany glider Petaurus gracilis is an endangered species of gliding possum that is only found within a limited distribution in North Queensland,... 
diet | Petaurus gracilis | foraging behaviour | mahogany glider | Mahogany glider | Foraging behaviour | Diet | NEW-SOUTH-WALES | POLLEN | NORTH QUEENSLAND | SUGAR GLIDER | ZOOLOGY | YELLOW-BELLIED GLIDER | FEEDING-BEHAVIOR | SQUIRREL GLIDER | LIFE-HISTORY | TARSIPES-ROSTRATUS
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by Eyre TJ
Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 2007, Volume 239, Issue 1, p. 169
Habitat selection of the yellow-bellied glider (Petaurus australis) was investigated throughout the forests and woodlands of the southern Queensland region... 
Logging | Yellow-bellied glider | Vegetation types | Populations | Habitats | Botanical composition | Woodlands | Conservation | Prediction | Forest management | Regions | Habitat selection | Spatial variation | Native forests | Subtropics | Eucalyptus | Logging effects | Habitat destruction | Petaurus australis | Native animals | Native species | Population density
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Pacific Conservation Biology, ISSN 1038-2097, 2005, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp. 23 - 37
This study examined factors influencing the distribution of live and dead trees with large diameter hollows (>10 cm) in a productive coastal lowland forest of... 
Arboreal marsupials | Eucalyptus | Forest management | Hollow-bearing trees | Wildlife management | Community ecology | Ecosystem studies | Habitats | Marsupials
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Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0952-8369, 2/2002, Volume 256, Issue 2, pp. 271 - 277
The timing and duration of activity and foraging behaviour of mahogany gliders Petaurus gracilis was studied every 2 months over 2 years by direct observation.... 
time budget | Petaurus gracilis | foraging behaviour | mahogany glider | Mahogany glider | Foraging behaviour | Time budget | POPULATION | BEHAVIOR | BUDGETS | SUGAR GLIDER | AUSTRALIS | ZOOLOGY | YELLOW-BELLIED GLIDER | HOME RANGES | BREVICEPS
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Wildlife Research, ISSN 1035-3712, 1998, Volume 25, Issue 3, pp. 243 - 254
The diet of the squirrel glider ( Petaurus norfolcensis ) was described by qualitative observations of feeding behaviour at a floristically rich site on the... 
SUGAR GLIDER | BANKSIA-SPINULOSA | FORESTS | FORAGING BEHAVIOR | WESTERN-AUSTRALIA | ZOOLOGY | YELLOW-BELLIED GLIDER | PETAURUS-AUSTRALIS | MARSUPIALIA | ECOLOGY | POPULATION ECOLOGY | PHENOLOGY
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Wildlife Research, ISSN 1035-3712, 02/2005, Volume 32, Issue 1, pp. 23 - 35
An extensive survey was conducted to locate sap trees used by the yellow-bellied glider ( Petaurus australis ) throughout the forests and woodlands of southern... 
TRANSPIRATION | ZOOLOGY | FEEDING-BEHAVIOR | HABITAT | GROWTH | WALES | PETAURUS-AUSTRALIS | ECOLOGY | CENTRAL HIGHLANDS | NORTH QUEENSLAND | FOREST | PHENOLOGY | Trees | Forests | Yellow-bellied glider | Sap | Habitats | Woodlands | Habitat selection | Native forests | Subtropics | Surveys | Native vegetation | Characteristics | Logging effects | Food preferences | Habitat destruction | Petaurus australis | Native species | Native animals | Diameter
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Wildlife Biology, ISSN 0909-6396, 2016, Volume 22, Issue 1, pp. 7 - 12
Gliding squirrels occur globally and many are of conservation concern due to habitat fragmentation and degradation. Information on their ability to cover the... 
POPULATION | ARUNACHAL-PRADESH | EVOLUTION | ZOOLOGY | NAMDAPHA-NATIONAL-PARK | NORTHEAST INDIA | FLIGHT | YELLOW-BELLIED GLIDER | BEHAVIOR | ECOLOGY | FLYING SQUIRRELS | MAMMALS | Observations | Animal flight
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