Durack River and Karunjie Stations Western Australia, 2014

In May-June 2014, a Bush Blitz survey was conducted at Durack River and Karunjie Stations in the Kimberley, Western Australia. In total 419 species were found that had not previously been recorded for the properties, including 41 species that may be new to science. Nine threatened species were recorded, as well as four exotic or pest animal species and eight weed species.

Durack River and Karunjie Stations final report [1.65MB]

Durack River and Karunjie Stations Appendix A – fauna species lists [PDF 462KB]

Durack River and Karunjie Stations Appendix A – flora species lists [PDF 184KB]

Durack River and Karunjie Stations Appendix B – map of collection sites [PDF 5.84MB]

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