Southern small-toothed moss-mouse
|Southern small-toothed moss-mouse|
- Helgen, Kristofer M.; Lauren E. Helgen (2009). "Biodiversity and Biogeography of the Moss-Mice of New Guinea: A Taxonomic Revision of Pseudohydromys (Muridae: Murinae". Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 331: 230–313. Retrieved 28 January 2011.
this rodents poisonous saliva is known to burn the skin of its preditors and heal its own wounds. The small-toothed moss-mouse is also known to be jet black or ruby red the moss-mouse lures in its own prey with its attractive bodess and eat the fleshy insides of the beetle-ton beetle.
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