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With the Queensland Herbarium set to launch its Statewide Regional Ecosystems Maps and Information Systems, Wildlife Queensland urges it is time for a similarly accurate and comprehensive representation of Queensland’s fauna to follow.

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Once known to inhabit bushland across Logan, the spotted–tailed quoll seems to have disappeared from the region. To raise awareness of this endangered native carnivorous marsupial, Wildlife Queensland and the Quoll Seekers Network will be hosting a Quoll Discovery Day in June.

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Volunteer caretaker of the Bukkulla Reserve, Jeff Simmons, studies the diary of a famous Australian explorer and uncovers an uncanny past connection between Wildlife Queensland and the Wildlife Land Fund Limited.

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Echidnas all over From Cairns in the north to Girraween in the south, and everywhere in between, Queensland’s EchidnaWatchers have been keeping a sharp lookout. With reports coming from locations as varied as Brisbane’s inner suburb Holland Park and Cunnamulla, western Queensland, echidnas are living up to their reputation of being Australia’s most widespread mammal. …

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By Mark Simpson The Spotted-tailed Quoll is the largest marsupial carnivore currently living on the mainland of Australia. Once widely distributed throughout the continent, it has seen a 50 to 90% reduction in Photo © Jo McLellan range since European settlement, with the current population being estimated at between 5,500 and 10,000. Both males and …

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