Threatened Species

Alison Martin, as director of Greenloaning, has had 40 years’ experience in surveying for rare or threatened species and vegetation communities and 25 years’ experience in developing and implementing monitoring programmes for such species. Threatened species/communities for which successful target surveys have been undertaken by Greenloaning include:

Flora Species

  • Rough-shelled Queensland Nut (Macadamia tetraphylla)

  • Hairy Joint-grass (Arthraxon hispidus)

  • Tetratheca juncifolia

  • Square-fruited Ironbark (Eucalyptus tetrapleura)

  • Thorny Pea (Desmodium acanthocladum)

  • Swamp Orchid (Phaius australis)

  • (Dicanthium setosum)

  • Large-fruited Red Mahogany (Eucalyptus scias subsp. apoda)

  • Bluegrass (Dicanthium spp) dominant grasslands of the Brigalow Belt

  • Brigalow (Acacia harpophylla dominant and co-dominant)

  • Semi-evergreen vine thickets of the Brigalow Belt (North and South) and Nandewar Bioregions

Fauna Species

  • Eastern Bristlebird

  • Glossy Black Cockatoo

  • Grass Owl

  • Powerful Owl

  • Sooty Owl

  • Masked Owl

  • Koala

  • Greater Glider

  • Yellow-bellied Glider

  • Squirrel Glider

  • Hastings River Mouse

  • Eastern Chestnut Mouse

  • New Holland Mouse

  • Grey-headed Flying Fox

  • Common Blossom Bat

  • Eastern Bent-wing Bat

  • Little Bent-wing Bat

  • Southern Myotis

  • Eastern Cave Bat

  • Golden-tipped bat

  • Greater Broad-nosed Bat


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