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Plate II: Macropus ualabutus. Plate II: Macropus ualabutus. "With this species we leave the true Kangaroos and come to the smaller animals forming the group of the Large Wallabies. The species of this group...exhibit a more brilliant type of coloration than the somber-hued Kangaroos; this difference being especially noticeable in the face. Distribution. - Coast regions of New South Wales and Victoria."