Distribution and Habitat
Range and population.
From the south-eastern corner of South Australia, east along the south coast of Victoria and into far south-eastern New South Wales. Isolated populations occur along the coast and ranges of central New South Wales. Widely distributed in Tasmania.The extent of occurrence of the species is approximately 311900 km2Widespread and common.
In New Zealand it has now become quite widespread over all of the South Island and most of the southern and central North Island, with the odd record in the northern areas.
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