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WET TROPICS Missing Frogs The stream-dwelling frogs of the Wet Tropics region form part of the evidence for "declining" frog populations that has recently alarmed herpetologists throughout the world. The observed decline in Wet Tropics ... the most perplexing ecological dilemma currently facing Australian biologists. The following wet tropics frogs have shown severe declines and may be extinct in the ...

WET TROPICS Litoria nyakalensis Mountain Mist Frog (Litoria nyakalensis) LAST SEEN:November, 1990; Carbine Tableland. HISTORICAL DISTRIBUTION: Ingham (Herbert River) to Cooktown. HABITAT: Fast flowing streams in rainforest and wet ... Queensland. Alytes 10:99-103. Richards 1993. Back to Missing Frogs of the Wet Tropics Prepared by: J-M. Hero, Updated 1994. Published 27-Nov-2006. Copyright 1995 ... More from this site

Wet Tropics NRM Plans - Rainforest CRC
Wet Tropics NRM Plans - Rainforest CRC Back to Publications / Back to Home Page On this page: Wet Tropics NRM Series / Wet Tropics Aboriginal Cultural and Natural Resource Management / The Wet Tropics NRM Planning Region - A History Wet Tropics ...

ECHO: Networking Global Hunger Solutions
Hot humid lowlands are found on islands and in low altitude coastal regions in the wet tropics. An annual rainfall of 80-120 inches is well distributed throughout the long rainy ... Mt. Victor - Hillside Farming Urban Rooftop Gardens Tropical Monsoon Rain Forest Clearing Semi-arid Tropics Hot Humid Lowlands HOME / ABOUT US / CORE SERVICES / BOOKS & SEEDS / NURSERY / GLOBAL VILLAGE / DONATIONS / ...

Daintree Rainforest Hiking Tracks - Australia - Walking track to Cape Tribulation Beach, boardwalk trip, botanical walk
Also, leave the rainforest as you find it. Don’t leave rubbish behind. The Wet Tropics Management Authority couldn’t state their instructions any more clearly than this: “Leave your ...

History of Daintree Rainforest - Australia - Tropical Far North Queensland Australia
Australian Federal Government headed to an election with a policy to list the Wet Tropics as a World Heritage site and halt logging. This sparked controversy throughout North Queensland from ... federal government to the High Court of Australia to challenge its ruling. In 1988, the Wet Tropics area was given a World Heritage listing. The conservationists had a major victory to celebrate ... More from this site

2007 IUCN Red List – 2002 Photo Gallery
Farah Ishtiaq. Torrent Tree Frog (Litoria nannotis), listed as Endangered, is endemic to the Wet Tropics area of North Queensland, Australia. Population declines were first noted in 1990 and, since then ... The reason for population decline currently is unknown. The habitat of the species in the Wet Tropics has been protected since 1988, therefore habitat destruction is no longer a threat. Current ...

Colong Foundation for Wilderness
The areas has outstanding levels of plant diversity, containing more vascular plant species than the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area, the latter being also a rainforest property of the region ...

Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts - Councils and Committees
Heritage Areas Ministerial Council Shark Bay Ministerial Council Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Ministerial Council Wet Tropics Ministerial Council Other councils and committees Alligator Rivers Region Advisory Committee (ARRAC) Alligator Rivers Region ...

Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts - Legislation
(Ord River Irrigation) Act 1980 Western Australia (South-West Region Water Supplies) Agreement Act 1965 Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area Conservation Act 1994 Related information Commonwealth Administrative Arrangements Order Bills ... More from this site

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