IUCN threat status:

Critically Endangered (CR)


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Range Description

Described in 1918 and subsequently thought to have become extinct, the species was rediscovered along the banks of Cressy Creek in 1975. The population is found in highly disturbed second-growth forest along a 1 km stretch of the river owned by private and federal government parties. The number of individuals has been reduced from 41 to 11.


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Source: IUCN

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