Dorcopsis or gazelle-faced wallabies
They include the following species: Brown dorcopsis (Dorcopsis muelleri), White-striped dorcopsis (D. hageni), Black dorcopsis (D. atrata), Gray dorcopsis (D. luctuosa), Small dorcopsis (Dorcopsulus vanheurni), Macleay's dorcopsis (D. macleayi) Another classification includes the following species: Black Dorcopsis (Dorcopsis atrata); White-striped Dorcopsis (D. hageni); Gray Dorcopsis (D. luctuosa); Brown Dorcopsis (D. muelleri)
- Black Dorcopsis (Dorcopsis atrata)
- White-striped Dorcopsis (Dorcopsis hageni)
- Gray Dorcopsis (Dorcopsis luctuosa)
- Brown Dorcopsis (Dorcopsis muelleri)
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The dorcopsises are the marsupials of the genera Dorcopsis and Dorcopsulus. They are found in the tropical forests of New Guinea and Southeast Indonesia. They are placed in the subfamily Macropodinae, along with other Australasian marsupials such as wallabies, kangaroos, tree-kangaroos, pademelons, and quokkas.
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