The tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii), also known as the dama wallaby or darma wallaby, is a small macropod native to South and Western Australia. Though its geographical range has been severely reduced since European colonisation, the tammar remains common within its reduced range and is listed as "Least Concern" by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). It has been introduced to New Zealand and reintroduced to some areas of Australia where it had been previously eradicated. Skull differences distinguish tammars from Western Australia, Kangaroo Island and mainland South Australia, making them distinct population groups or possibly different subspecies.

Sequence Statistics

No Sequences15342
No Amino Acids8550644
Min Seq. Length16
Avg. Seq. Length557.336
Max Seq. Length31657
Seq. Length 1σ579.190

Disorder Prediction Statistics

Predictor % Genome Disordered % Genome Disordered in SCOP Domains Avg. % of Seq. Disordered Avg. % of Disordered Regions in SCOP Domains Avg. % of Seq. Disordered and in SCOP Domains
VLXT 42.657 6.752 38.943 26.108 7.564
VSL2b 52.379 8.086 48.094 25.618 9.060
PrDOS 33.024 4.522 32.671 23.655 5.404
PV2 10.512 3.554 50.667 39.260 17.883
IUPred-S 18.142 1.540 17.499 17.451 1.991
IUPred-L 33.564 2.370 31.524 15.810 2.878
Espritz-N 27.289 4.221 25.305 26.478 4.485
Espritz-X 24.888 1.532 23.560 14.725 2.107
Espritz-D 5.395 0.406 23.643 9.322 4.720

SUPERFAMILY Domains

% Amino Acids with SCOP Assignment % Sequences with SCOP Assignment No of Domains No of Superfamilies No of Families Avg. Family Size Avg. Domain Length Domain Pairs Unique Domain Architectures
42 73 22544 1031 1138 21.9 557 1392 4395

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