Nabarlek (Kimberley)  |  

Petrogale concinna monastria

Status: Endangered on the EPBC Act list

The nabarlek is a small wallaby, with a head and body length of 29−35 cm and a tail length of
22−31 cm. Its fur is a dull rufous marbled with light grey and black above, and grey-white below.
An indistinct dark grey to black shoulder-stripe is sometimes present. Its tail has a black brush .

Government evidence of impact of climate change:

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  • Australian Government, Conservation Advice, Petrogale concinna monastria

    However; the subspecies faces similar threats to other small mammals; such as predation by feral cats and inappropriate fire regimes; which have been demonstrated or implicated in the decline of many species in Australia.