Named By: K. J. Travouillion, Y. Gurovich, R. M. D. Beck & J. Muirhead - 2010.
Classification: Chordata, Mammalia, Marsupialia, Peramelemorphia.
Species: G. speciosus (type), G. adversus, G. amplus, G. grandis.
Size: Uncertain, but thought to be quite large for a bandicoot.
Known locations: Australia, Queensland.
Time period: Early Miocene.
Fossil representation: Skulls and jaw bones.
Galadi is a genus of bandicoot that lived in Australia during the Miocene.
- An exceptionally well-preserved short-snouted bandicoot (Marsupialia; Peramelemorphia) from Riversleigh's Oligo-Miocene deposits, northwestern Queensland, Australia. - Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30(5):1528-1546. - K. J. Travouillion, Y. Gurovich, R. M. D. Beck & J. Muirhead - 2010.
- The genus Galadi: three new bandicoots (Marsupialia, Peramelemorphia) from Riversleigh’s Miocene deposits, northwestern Queensland, Australia. - Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 33 (1): 153–168.- K.J. Travouillon, Y. Gurovich, R.M.D. Beck & J. Muirhead - 2013.