Emma Miszalski - Pygmy Possum


Large art card, 114 x 162mm (blank inside). Sustainably printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper using the most eco friendly printing processes available.  Supplied plastic free in 100% compostable packaging.

The Artist -

Emma Miszalski is the creative force behind Pip and Pod Designs. She is an artist, graphic designer and editor based in the Blue Mountains, NSW. A lover of books and birds, her passion for the natural world is reflected in her diverse and whimsical designs. 

About -

The eastern pygmy possum (Cercartetus nanus) is an important pollinator of the crimson bottlebrush (Melaleuca citrina also known as Callistemon citrina).

In the evening these tiny creatures feed on the nectar and pollen produced by these iconic and beloved flowering plants. They are also very fond of eucalypts and banksias and when blossoms are scarce they supplement their diets with insects, seeds and fruit.

Pygmy possums are often mistaken for mice or rats, but they are tree-dwelling marsupials with prehensile tails that help them climb and leap between trees in search of nectar and pollen-rich blossoms.



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