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phylogeographical population structure of tiger quolls dasyurus maculatus (dasyuridae: marsupialia), an endangered carnivorous marsupial.tiger quolls, dasyurus maculatus, are the largest carnivorous marsupials still extant on the mainland of australia, and occupy an important ecological niche as top predators and scavengers. two allopatric subspecies are recognized, d.m. gracilis in north queensland, and d.m. maculatus in the southeast of the mainland and tasmania. d.m. gracilis is considered endangered while d.m. maculatus is listed as vulnerable to extinction; both subspecies are still in decline. phylogeographical subdivision ...199910583825
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