Distribution and Habitat
Occurring over most of eastern Australia (South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, central Queensland and Tasmania) and extending along the eastern seaboard. Its presence in the Kununurra district in north-eastern Western Australia is believed to be the result of an accidental introduction via the relocation of several hundred transportable homes from Adelaide. The extent of occurrence of the species is approximately 2,381,900 km2.Widely distributed and abundant.
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