IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

Distribution

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Range Description

The Subtropical Antechinus is endemic to Australia, where it ranges from south-eastern Queensland, south from Gympie into north-eastern New South Wales. There is also an isolated population in Dorigo, but the species has thus far not been found within the intervening area despite recent survey work (only A. stuartii has been found here and the two do not occur sympatrically). Elevational range is sea level to 1,000 m asl (Van Dyck and Crowther 2000).

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