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 — the Malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata) (sighted on the outskirts only), which is a new record for the reserve. No threatened plants were recorded. Ten exotic or pest fauna species (three new) and 20 (11 new) weed species were recorded on the reserve.

Credo Station Reserve 2011 image gallery

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