IUCN threat status:

Near Threatened (NT)


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Range Description

This species is endemic to Australia, where it is restricted to a few sites in south-western Victoria, eastern South Australia, and southern Western Australia (Lee 1995; Menkhorst et al. 2008). In Western Australia, it is present in the Ravensthorpe Range, Fitzgerald River National Park, Dragon Rocks Nature Reserve, and Lake Magenta Nature Reserve (Lee 1995). One individual was on Kangaroo Island in 1967; a recent survey in 1990 did not find the species, but it should be noted that the survey was not directed specifically towards this species. In Victoria, the species is found in Grampians National Park, Lower Gleneld National Park, and several reserves. The species was formerly more widespread.


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