Monodelphis domestica (small mammal)

Mass: 49.4 g based on Aragona and Marinho-Filho 2009, Smith et al. 2012, and Mares et al. 1986

Abundance: 0.58 to 8.64% (median 1.68%)

Latitudinal range: -20.3° to -8.5°

Habitats: tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (3), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (1), tropical/subtropical savanna (2)

Found in 6 samples

Brazil: Mineração Rio Tinto Reunidas (2000-2002, middle altitude forest), Emas National Park (live traps), Refrigério and Tranqüilidade, Serra da Canastra National Park (rat traps), Rio Negro farm, Fazenda Aparecida

Size measurements:
♀ body mass40.5 gN = 33Aragona and Marinho-Filho 2009
♂ body mass57.9 gN = 59Aragona and Marinho-Filho 2009
♂ body mass38.5 gN = 1Smith et al. 2012
♂ body mass72.5 gN = 1Smith et al. 2012
body mass9 gN = 1Mares et al. 1986
body mass15 gN = 1Mares et al. 1986
♀ head and body length124.5 mmN = 18Aragona and Marinho-Filho 2009
♂ head and body length141.0 mmN = 29Aragona and Marinho-Filho 2009
♀ tail length71.7 mmN = 18Aragona and Marinho-Filho 2009
♂ tail length79.6 mmN = 29Aragona and Marinho-Filho 2009
♀ hind foot length18.1 mmN = 18Aragona and Marinho-Filho 2009
♂ hind foot length19.1 mmN = 29Aragona and Marinho-Filho 2009
♀ ear length21.9 mmN = 18Aragona and Marinho-Filho 2009
♂ ear length23.3 mmN = 29Aragona and Marinho-Filho 2009

See also Monodelphis, Monodelphis adusta, Monodelphis americana, Monodelphis brevicaudata, Monodelphis glirina, Monodelphis iheringi, Monodelphis kunsi, Monodelphis peruviana, Monodelphis scalops, Monodelphis sorex, Monodelphis sp.