The chuditch (Dasyurus geoffroii), otherwise known as a western quoll, formerly occupied over 70% of the Australian continent. The species is now restricted to the southwest of Western Australia, primarily in jarrah forest habitat.
This is a high-quality coloured pencil drawing on 210gsm archival-quality paper.
Artwork is sent with Australia Post and shipped in an archival sleeve with a recycled backing board, in a recycled rigid envelope.
Size: A4 (21cm x 29.7cm)
Unmounted and unframed.
Colours may vary slightly due to differences in monitor calibrations.