Helvetica Bandicoots and bilbies (Marsupialia: Peramelemorphia) are a group of terrestrial, insectivorous to herbivorous marsupials, many of which show fossorial adaptations. They occur in Australia, New Guinea and surrounding islands (Warburton and Travouillon, 2016). Molecular clock studies suggest that peramelemorphians diverged from their closest living relatives (dasyuromorphians and the marsupial mole Notoryctes) during the early Palaeogene (Beck, 2008; Meredith et al. 2009; Mitchell et al. 2014; Duchene et al. 2018), the oldest described fossils are from the late Oligocene Etadunna Formation of South Australia (Travouillon et al. 2013)

Open Sans Bandicoots and bilbies (Marsupialia: Peramelemorphia) are a group of terrestrial, insectivorous to herbivorous marsupials, many of which show fossorial adaptations. They occur in Australia, New Guinea and surrounding islands (Warburton and Travouillon, 2016). Molecular clock studies suggest that peramelemorphians diverged from their closest living relatives (dasyuromorphians and the marsupial mole Notoryctes) during the early Palaeogene (Beck, 2008; Meredith et al. 2009; Mitchell et al. 2014; Duchene et al. 2018), the oldest described fossils are from the late Oligocene Etadunna Formation of South Australia (Travouillon et al. 2013)

Raleway Bandicoots and bilbies (Marsupialia: Peramelemorphia) are a group of terrestrial, insectivorous to herbivorous marsupials, many of which show fossorial adaptations. They occur in Australia, New Guinea and surrounding islands (Warburton and Travouillon, 2016). Molecular clock studies suggest that peramelemorphians diverged from their closest living relatives (dasyuromorphians and the marsupial mole Notoryctes) during the early Palaeogene (Beck, 2008; Meredith et al. 2009; Mitchell et al. 2014; Duchene et al. 2018), the oldest described fossils are from the late Oligocene Etadunna Formation of South Australia (Travouillon et al. 2013)

Calibri Bandicoots and bilbies (Marsupialia: Peramelemorphia) are a group of terrestrial, insectivorous to herbivorous marsupials, many of which show fossorial adaptations. They occur in Australia, New Guinea and surrounding islands (Warburton and Travouillon, 2016). Molecular clock studies suggest that peramelemorphians diverged from their closest living relatives (dasyuromorphians and the marsupial mole Notoryctes) during the early Palaeogene (Beck, 2008; Meredith et al. 2009; Mitchell et al. 2014; Duchene et al. 2018), the oldest described fossils are from the late Oligocene Etadunna Formation of South Australia (Travouillon et al. 2013)

Avenir Light Bandicoots and bilbies (Marsupialia: Peramelemorphia) are a group of terrestrial, insectivorous to herbivorous marsupials, many of which show fossorial adaptations. They occur in Australia, New Guinea and surrounding islands (Warburton and Travouillon, 2016). Molecular clock studies suggest that peramelemorphians diverged from their closest living relatives (dasyuromorphians and the marsupial mole Notoryctes) during the early Palaeogene (Beck, 2008; Meredith et al. 2009; Mitchell et al. 2014; Duchene et al. 2018), the oldest described fossils are from the late Oligocene Etadunna Formation of South Australia (Travouillon et al. 2013)

Avenir Book Bandicoots and bilbies (Marsupialia: Peramelemorphia) are a group of terrestrial, insectivorous to herbivorous marsupials, many of which show fossorial adaptations. They occur in Australia, New Guinea and surrounding islands (Warburton and Travouillon, 2016). Molecular clock studies suggest that peramelemorphians diverged from their closest living relatives (dasyuromorphians and the marsupial mole Notoryctes) during the early Palaeogene (Beck, 2008; Meredith et al. 2009; Mitchell et al. 2014; Duchene et al. 2018), the oldest described fossils are from the late Oligocene Etadunna Formation of South Australia (Travouillon et al. 2013)

Avenir Roman Helvetica Bandicoots and bilbies (Marsupialia: Peramelemorphia) are a group of terrestrial, insectivorous to herbivorous marsupials, many of which show fossorial adaptations. They occur in Australia, New Guinea and surrounding islands (Warburton and Travouillon, 2016). Molecular clock studies suggest that peramelemorphians diverged from their closest living relatives (dasyuromorphians and the marsupial mole Notoryctes) during the early Palaeogene (Beck, 2008; Meredith et al. 2009; Mitchell et al. 2014; Duchene et al. 2018), the oldest described fossils are from the late Oligocene Etadunna Formation of South Australia (Travouillon et al. 2013)