Rare and Endangered Animals - Wooroonooran National Park

animals mammals Pseudocheiridae Pseudochirulus herbertensis Herbert River ringtail possum R 3/1
animals mammals Pseudocheiridae Hemibelideus lemuroides lemuroid ringtail possum R 1
animals mammals Pseudocheiridae Pseudochirops archeri green ringtail possum R 7/5
animals mammals Rhinolophidae Rhinolophus philippinensis greater large-eared horseshoe bat E E 1
animals reptiles Scincidae Techmarscincus jigurru skink lizard R 11/3
animals reptiles Scincidae Lampropholis robertsi skink lizard R 1
animals reptiles Scincidae Eulamprus tigrinus skink lizard R 3/1
animals reptiles Scincidae Glaphyromorphus skink lizard mjobergi R 4/1
animals reptiles Scincidae Eulamprus frerei skink lizard R 3
animals reptiles Scincidae Coeranoscincus frontalis skink lizard R 4/3
animals reptiles Varanidae Varanus semiremex rusty monitor R 1
 

CODES
I - Y indicates that the taxon is introduced to Queensland and has naturalised.
Q - Indicates the Queensland conservation status of each taxon under the Nature Conservation Act 1992. The codes are Presumed Extinct (PE), Endangered (E), Vulnerable (V), Rare (R), Common (C) or Not Protected ( ).
A - Indicates the Australian conservation status of each taxon under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.

The values of EPBC are
Conservation Dependent (CD), Critically Endangered (CE), Endangered (E), Extinct (EX), Extinct in the Wild (XW) and Vulnerable (V).

Records : The first number indicates the total number of records of the taxon for the record option selected (i.e. All, Confirmed or Specimens).
This number is output as 99999 if it equals or exceeds this value. The second number located after the / indicates the number of specimen records for the taxon. This number is output as 999 if it equals or exceeds this value.
 

Rare and Endangered Plants - Wooroonooran National Park

plants club mosses Lycopodiaceae Huperzia phlegmarioides layered tassel fern V V 1/1
plants club mosses Lycopodiaceae Huperzia phlegmaria coarse tassel fern R 14/11
plants conifers Araucariaceae Agathis microstachya bull kauri R 1
plants ferns Aspleniaceae Asplenium pellucidum V V 1
plants ferns Aspleniaceae Asplenium excisum R 6/4
plants ferns Aspleniaceae Asplenium athertonense R 4/3
plants ferns Athyriaceae Diplazium cordifolium V V 2/2
plants ferns Athyriaceae Diplazium pallidum E E 2/2
plants ferns Cyatheaceae Cyathea baileyana wig tree fern R 3/2
plants ferns Dipteridaceae Dipteris conjugata R 7/6
plants ferns Dryopteridaceae Dryopteris sparsa V 1/1
plants ferns Dryopteridaceae Lastreopsis walleri R V 2/1
plants ferns Dryopteridaceae Dryopteris hasseltii R 4/4
plants ferns Dryopteridaceae Lastreopsis tinarooensis R 2/2
plants ferns Grammitidaceae Grammitis albosetosa R 10/9
plants ferns Hymenophyllaceae Hymenophyllum gracilescens R 7/6
plants ferns Hymenophyllaceae Hymenophyllum kerianum R 2/1
plants ferns Hymenophyllaceae Crepidomanes majoriae R 1/1
plants ferns Hymenophyllaceae Crepidomanes pallidum R 7/6
plants ferns Hymenophyllaceae Hymenophyllum digitatum R 3/2
plants ferns Hymenophyllaceae Trichomanes mindorense R 2/1
plants ferns Lomariopsidaceae Elaphoglossum callifolium R 2/1
plants ferns Polypodiaceae Microsorum membranifolium pimple fern R 3/2
plants ferns Thelypteridaceae Pneumatopteris costata R 7/7
plants ferns Thelypteridaceae Plesioneuron tuberculatum E E 2/2
plants ferns Thelypteridaceae Chingia australis E E 5/4
plants ferns Thelypteridaceae Amphineuron immersum PE 1/1
plants ferns Vittariaceae Antrophyum plantagineum R 5/4
plants higher dicots Apocynaceae Parsonsia wildensis R 1/1
plants higher dicots Apocynaceae Phyllanthera grayi R 4/2
plants higher dicots Apocynaceae Parsonsia bartlensis V 6/6
plants higher dicots Aquifoliaceae Ilex sp. (Gadgarra B.P.Hyland RFK2011) R 6/6
plants higher dicots Araliaceae Polyscias bellendenkerensis R V 16/7
plants higher dicots Argophyllaceae Argophyllum cryptophlebum R 11/10
plants higher dicots Caesalpiniaceae Caesalpinia robusta giant mother-in-law vine R 6/3
plants higher dicots Celastraceae Hexaspora pubescens V V 5/5
plants higher dicots Clusiaceae Mammea touriga brown touriga R 13/7
plants higher dicots Combretaceae Dansiea elliptica R 1/1
plants higher dicots Connaraceae Rourea brachyandra R 6/4
plants higher dicots Cunoniaceae Schizomeria whitei white birch R 1
plants higher dicots Cunoniaceae Eucryphia wilkiei V V 6/5
plants higher dicots Droseraceae Drosera schizandra notched sundew V V 10/10
plants higher dicots Ebenaceae Diospyros sp. (Mt Lewis L.S.Smith 10107) R 3/3
plants higher dicots Ebenaceae Diospyros sp. (Mt Spurgeon C.T.White 10677) R 3/3
plants higher dicots Elaeocarpaceae Elaeocarpus stellaris R 2/1
plants higher dicots Elaeocarpaceae Peripentadenia mearsii buff quandong R 16/7
plants higher dicots Elaeocarpaceae Aceratium sericoleopsis silky aceratium R 5/5
plants higher dicots Elaeocarpaceae Elaeocarpus johnsonii Kuranda quandong R 17/12
plants higher dicots Ericaceae Leucopogon malayanus subsp. novoguineensis R 3/2
plants higher dicots Ericaceae Acrotriche baileyana R 7/6
plants higher dicots Ericaceae Dracophyllum sayeri R 20/18
plants higher dicots Escalloniaceae Polyosma rigidiuscula R 13/11
plants higher dicots Euphorbiaceae Croton densivestitus R 1
plants higher dicots Fabaceae Callerya pilipes northern wisteria R 1/1
plants higher dicots Hamamelidaceae Neostrearia fleckeri R 3/3
plants higher dicots Lamiaceae Plectranthus gratus V V 2/1
plants higher dicots Myrtaceae Sphaerantia discolor Tully penda R 1/1
plants higher dicots Myrtaceae Ristantia gouldii R V 14/14
plants higher dicots Myrtaceae Stockwellia quadrifida R 6/5
plants higher dicots Myrtaceae Waterhousea mulgraveana R 1/1
plants higher dicots Myrtaceae Barongia lophandra R 4/4
plants higher dicots Phyllanthaceae Actephila foetida V V 2/1
plants higher dicots Phyllanthaceae Glochidion pruinosum R 1
plants higher dicots Phyllanthaceae Sauropus macranthus R V 1/1
plants higher dicots Picrodendraceae Whyanbeelia terrae-reginae R 2/2
plants higher dicots Picrodendraceae Austrobuxus megacarpus R 5/5
plants higher dicots Podostemaceae Cladopus queenslandicus R 6/6
plants higher dicots Proteaceae Eidothea zoexylocarya R 8/8
plants higher dicots Proteaceae Austromuellera trinervia R 1
plants higher dicots Proteaceae Hollandaea sayeriana R 15/8
plants higher dicots Proteaceae Stenocarpus cryptocarpus giant-leaved stenocarpus R 4/4
plants higher dicots Rubiaceae Uncaria cordata var. cordata R 1
plants higher dicots Rubiaceae Wendlandia basistaminea R 18/15
plants higher dicots Rubiaceae Hedyotis novoguineensis E 1/1
plants higher dicots Rutaceae Flindersia oppositifolia mountain silkwood R 27/20
plants higher dicots Rutaceae Dinosperma longifolium E 2/2
plants higher dicots Rutaceae Citrus inodora V 2/1
plants higher dicots Sapindaceae Diploglottis harpullioides R 1
plants higher dicots Sapindaceae Sarcopteryx acuminata R 16/11
plants higher dicots Sapindaceae Cupaniopsis cooperorum V 1/1
plants higher dicots Sapindaceae Lepiderema largiflorens R 6/5
plants higher dicots Sapindaceae Diploglottis pedleyi R 2/1
plants higher dicots Simaroubaceae Quassia baileyana R 11/7
plants higher dicots Solanaceae Solanum dimorphispinum R 1
plants higher dicots Solanaceae Solanum hamulosum R 3/2
plants higher dicots Sterculiaceae Argyrodendron sp. (Boonjie B.P.Hyland RFK2139) R 1
plants higher dicots Symplocaceae Symplocos sp. (Mt Finnigan L.J.Brass 20129) R 2/1
plants higher dicots Symplocaceae Symplocos ampulliformis R 3/3
plants higher dicots Symplocaceae Symplocos stawellii var. montana R 19/14
plants lower dicots Annonaceae Meiogyne hirsuta R 1
plants lower dicots Annonaceae Pseuduvaria villosa R 12/7
plants lower dicots Annonaceae Pseuduvaria hylandii R 13/10
plants lower dicots Annonaceae Pseuduvaria mulgraveana var. mulgraveana R 12/6
plants lower dicots Annonaceae Pseuduvaria mulgraveana R 2/1
plants lower dicots Annonaceae Haplostichanthus submontanus subsp. sessiliflorus R 14/14
plants lower dicots Annonaceae Polyalthia patinata R 4/4
plants lower dicots Annonaceae Haplostichanthus submontanus subsp. submontanus R 1
plants lower dicots Lauraceae Endiandra bellendenkerana R 7/1
plants lower dicots Lauraceae Endiandra anthropophagorum R 2/1
plants lower dicots Lauraceae Cinnamomum propinquum R 48/18
plants lower dicots Lauraceae Endiandra globosa ball-fruited walnut R 10/5
plants lower dicots Lauraceae Beilschmiedia volckii Boonjee blush walnut R 17/14
plants lower dicots Lauraceae Endiandra sideroxylon R 4/2
plants lower dicots Lauraceae Endiandra dichrophylla coach walnut R 21/7
plants lower dicots Menispermaceae Carronia pedicellata E E 4/4
plants lower dicots Menispermaceae Hypserpa smilacifolia R 6/4
plants lower dicots Monimiaceae Endressia wardellii R 1/1
plants lower dicots Piperaceae Peperomia bellendenkerensis R 5/4
plants lower dicots Piperaceae Piper mestonii long pepper R 10/7
plants lower dicots Winteraceae Bubbia queenslandiana R 2
plants lower dicots Winteraceae Bubbia queenslandiana subsp. queenslandiana R 1
plants lower dicots Winteraceae Bubbia queenslandiana subsp. australis R 14/8
plants monocots Aponogetonaceae Aponogeton bullosus E E 4/4
plants monocots Araceae Pothos brassii R 3/2
plants monocots Arecaceae Linospadix microcarya R 11/7
plants monocots Arecaceae Linospadix palmeriana R 33/28
plants monocots Cyperaceae Carex cruciata var. rafflesiana R 4/3
plants monocots Cyperaceae Carex breviscapa R 1
plants monocots Musaceae Musa jackeyi R 1
plants monocots Orchidaceae Phaius pictus V V 1/1
plants monocots Orchidaceae Taeniophyllum lobatum R 2/2
plants monocots Orchidaceae Goodyera grandis R 1
plants monocots Orchidaceae Demorchis queenslandica R 1
plants monocots Orchidaceae Goodyera viridiflora R 1
plants monocots Pandanaceae Freycinetia marginata V 1
 

CODES
I - Y indicates that the taxon is introduced to Queensland and has naturalised.
Q - Indicates the Queensland conservation status of each taxon under the Nature Conservation Act 1992. The codes are Presumed Extinct (PE), Endangered (E), Vulnerable (V), Rare (R), Common (C) or Not Protected ( ).
A - Indicates the Australian conservation status of each taxon under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.

The values of EPBC are
Conservation Dependent (CD), Critically Endangered (CE), Endangered (E), Extinct (EX), Extinct in the Wild (XW) and Vulnerable (V).

Records : The first number indicates the total number of records of the taxon for the record option selected (i.e. All, Confirmed or Specimens).
This number is output as 99999 if it equals or exceeds this value. The second number located after the / indicates the number of specimen records for the taxon. This number is output as 999 if it equals or exceeds this value.


 

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