Aquoll vs Quoll - What's the difference?

aquoll | quoll |


As nouns the difference between aquoll and quoll

is that aquoll is a kind of mollisol found in areas with an aquic moisture regime while quoll is any of the various carnivorous marsupials of the genus dasyurus found in australia and new guinea, roughly the size of a cat.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

aquoll

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • A kind of mollisol found in areas with an aquic moisture regime.
  • quoll

    English

    (wikipedia quoll)

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • Any of the various carnivorous marsupials of the genus Dasyurus found in Australia and New Guinea, roughly the size of a cat.
  • * 1770 , (Joseph Banks), The Endeavour Journal of Sir Joseph Banks , extended description following entry for 26 August 1770 [http://gutenberg.net.au/plusfifty.html#banks]
  • Another was calld by the natives Je-Quoll : it is about the size and something like a polecat, of a light brown spotted with white on the back and white under the belly.

    Synonyms

    * native cat

    See also

    * bilby ----