IUCN threat status:

Vulnerable (VU)


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Range Description

This species is endemic to north-eastern Queensland, Australia. It is restricted to the Thornton Peak massif between 550 and 1,220 m asl elevation, the Mount Carbine Tableland above 900 m, and from the Lamins Hill/Mount Bartle of the Atherton Tableland (above 800 m). In the Atherton Uplands it may be distributed in areas of continuous tropical moist forest with a high rainfall, between Kuranda in the north and Herbert River Gorge in the south (Lee 1995).


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