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Skullbone Plains Tas, 2012

A six-day Bush Blitz survey was conducted on Skullbone Plains reserve, Tasmania, during February and March of 2012. Five-hundred and twenty species were added to those known across the reserve and 19 putative species new to science were discovered; these await assessment. Two threatened animal species were observed, both of which have been recorded previously […]

Credo Station Reserve WA, 2011

Bush Blitz fieldwork was conducted at Credo Station Reserve in the Western Australian Goldfields region from 29 August to 9 September 2011. A total of 803 species were added to those known across the reserve and 140 (possibly more) putative species new to science were discovered; these await assessment. One threatened animal species was observed […]

Cane River Conservation Park WA, 2011

A two-week Bush Blitz was conducted in Cane River Conservation Park in the Pilbara region of Western Australia in June 2011. In total 646 species were found, 345 of which were new records for the park. Sixty-one putative species new to science were discovered; these await assessment. One recently described and two rare plants were […]

Neds Corner Station Vic, 2010

An 11 day Bush Blitz was conducted at Neds Corner Station in Victoria during November and December of 2011. A total of 720 species were added to those known across the reserves and 21 putative species new to science were discovered — these await assessment. Sixteen threatened animal species were identified, eight of which are […]

Bon Bon Station Reserve SA, 2010

In October 2010 a one-week Bush Blitz biodiversity survey was conducted at Bon Bon Station Reserve, a former sheep station 200 km south of Coober Pedy in South Australia. In total, 631 flora and fauna species were identified, of which 458 were new records for the reserve and 188 putative species new to science were discovered, including […]