IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)


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Range Description

This species, an Australian endemic, is narrowly and disjunctly distributed in wet forests from the Conondale Range in south-east Queensland, south to Yabbra Scrub in north-east New South Wales (Hines, Mahony and McDonald 1999). While the majority of records for the species are from altitudes above 400m asl, it is also known from lowland rainforest (200m asl, Goldingay, Newell and Graham 1999; 90 and 150m asl, H. Hines and L. Shoo unpubl.).


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