Didelphis (small mammal)

Abundance: 0.14 to 75.38% (median 5.69%)

Latitudinal range: -34.6° to 42.9°

Habitats: desert/xeric shrubland (1), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (9), temperate savanna (2), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (35), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (30), tropical/subtropical savanna (8)

Found in 85 samples

Argentina: Buenos Aires Province

Bolivia: El Refugio Huanchaca Biological Station

Brazil: Pinkaití Research Station (ground), Mineração Rio Tinto Reunidas (2000-2002, middle altitude forest), Caucaia do Alto (pitfall traps), Caucaia do Alto (Sherman traps), Fazendinha Agroecológica do km 47 (Fragment A), Fazenda Montes Claros (primary), Fazenda Montes Claros (secondary), Ilhas do Barbados (fragment A), Angatuba (native vegetation), Angatuba (Eucalyptus forest), Emas National Park (live traps), Fazenda Santa Fé, Fazenda Lago Verde, Saibadela, Itapevi (dry season, April to September 1995), Universidade Federal de Lavras (Floresta Estacional Semidecidual Montana), Universidade Federal de Lavras (Cerrado Sensu Strictu), Morro do Elefante (live traps), Refrigério and Tranqüilidade, Fazenda Cauaia (camera trapping), Estação Biológica de Santa Lúcia (primary forest), Estrada do Porto (2005), Tapiraí and Piedade Municipalities, Carlos Botelho State Park, Serra do Japi Biological Reserve (2006/2007), Floresta Nacional Amapá (dry season), Humaitá Forest Reserve, Augusto Ruschi Biological Reserve, Ibicuí River, Una and Arataca (forest), Una and Arataca (cabruca), Reserva Natural Vale (year 1), Reserva Natural Vale (year 2), Reserva Natural Vale (year 3), Reserva Natural Vale (year 4), Fazenda Aparecida, Devonian Scarp

Colombia: Parque Nacional Natural Farallones de Cali (forest), Parque Nacional Natural Farallones de Cali (scrub), El Amparo (transect A), El Amparo (transect C), El Amparo (transect D), El Amparo (transect E), El Amparo (transect F), El Amparo (transect G), El Amparo (transect H), Palmar de Altamira (bosque)

Costa Rica: San Juan–La Selva Biological Corridor

Ecuador: Chorongo

French Guiana: Domaine Experimental Paracou (station 5), Trois-Sauts

Honduras: Rio Sikre

Mexico: El Zapotal (terrestrial mammals), La Reserva Natural Sierra Nanchititla, Estación Científica Las Joyas, Tolistoque (dry season), Tolistoque (rainy season), Abra-Tanchipa Biosphere Reserve (survey 1), Huasabas-Sahuaripa Region

Nicaragua: Siuna (mammals, primary forest), Siuna (mammals, secondary forest), Siuna (mammals, allspice)

Panama: Barro Colorado Island (1997), Ecoparque Panama

Peru: Reserva Cuzco Amazónico (1990 snap traps), Iquitos–Nauta Highway, Los Amigos Conservation Concession (2005), Los Amigos Conservation Concession (2006), Reserva Nacional Allpahuayo-Mishana (Tomahawk traps)

United States: Park Ranger Station No. 1, Memphis, Glenn Dale, Salt Pond Mountain, Haw River, Rocky River, Richlands, Fayette County, Raleigh-Durham, Kleberg County

Uruguay: Rivera (gallery forest), Rivera (plantation)

Venezuela: Parque Nacional Guatopo, Fundo Pecuario Masaguaral

See also Didelphis albiventris, Didelphis aurita, Didelphis imperfecta, Didelphis marsupialis, Didelphis sp., Didelphis virginiana