On Dasyurus albopunctatus
Notes from the Leyden Museum , Volume 2 - Issue 1 p. 51- 53
The recent discoveries in New-Guinea have shown, that this large island produces several forms of Mammalia, hitherto considered as exclusive Australian; but we did not expect even the genus Dasyurus to be represented in New-Guinea. The species inhabiting this country appears to be new to science, and is designed by me under the above-named epithet in consequence of the numerous white spots of its dark fur.
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Schlegel, H. (1880). On Dasyurus albopunctatus. Notes from the Leyden Museum, 2(1), 51–53.