IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)


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Range Description

This species is endemic to Australia, where it is known from disjunct populations in the state of Victoria, in the Grampians, Otway Ranges (it has not been found here since 1985), the south-eastern Highlands, and coastal East Gippsland. It is also known from two species in the Brindabella Range of the Australian Capital Territory, but it has not been found here since 1987. It is present in south-eastern New South Wales in the Eden hinterland, Kosciuszko National Park and Buccleugh State Forest (Menkhorst and Seebeck 1981; Menkhorst and Broome 2005). This species was formerly widespread in south-eastern New South Wales and in parts of eastern and western Victoria according to subfossil material (Lee 1995). It ranges from close to sea level to 1,800 m asl.


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