IUCN threat status:

Extinct (EX)

Distribution

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Caloprymnus campestris is thought to occupy a relatively small area in Southern Australia, extending just over the borders of Queensland and Northern Territory. Although not spotted since 1935 (when it was seen in the Lake Eyre region of northern Southern Australia), apparently recent remains of C. campestris have been found in caves of southeastern Western Australia (Lavery, 1985).

Biogeographic Regions: australian (Native )

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