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Conservation status of Queensland wildlife

The names and conservation statuses of Queensland plants, fungi, protists, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and some fish and invertebrate groups based on DES’s WildNet database.

The Conservation status of Queensland wildlife report can be accessed to visualise the data.

Data and resources

  • API SpeciesCSV Popular

    Exported from the WildNet database on 21/01/2019. Lists the nomenclature,...

    10 recent views 199 total views
  • API Species codesCSV Popular

    Lists the codes used for NCA_status, EPBC_status and Endemicity used in the...

    4 recent views 38 total views

Additional information

Field Value
Version 1.01
Security classification PUBLIC
Used in data-driven application NO
  • Environment
  • Sciences
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Dataset custodian Environment and Science

Dataset custodian

Environment and Science

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Data attribution

Environment and Science, Queensland Government, Conservation status of Queensland wildlife, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 21 May 2019


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