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The boggomoss snail is a medium-sized snail characterised by a relatively thin, semitransparent shell.
Fitzroy River turtles grow up to 25 centimetres long, are oval-shaped, are medium to dark brown in colour (with darker
A strong and heavily built marsupial that grows to about 35cm high (on all fours) and up to one metre
The Capricorn Caves fern survives in thin pockets of soil in the walls and floors of limestone caves, sometimes deep
Bridled Nailtail Wallabies are macropods. Macropod means big foot (all the better for hopping with!). Macropods are marsupials in the
Found only on a few headlands from Stockyard Point to Shoalwater Bay on the Capricorn Coast, this small bushy shrub
Capricorn Yellow Chats feed, nest and breed at Twelve Mile Creek, just south of Rockhampton, not far from Marmor.
Pisonia grandis are large-leafed woody shrubs or trees found almost exclusively on Indo-Pacific islands broadly between the Tropics of Cancer
The Australian snubfin looks a bit different to other Australian dolphins, with its distinctive rounded forehead and small ‘snubby’ dorsal
These small frogs grow to about 25mm in length and can be identified by an X-shaped patch between its shoulders.
Beach scrub is a common term for vegetation categorised as Littoral Rainforest and Coastal Vine Thickets. It features many different
Large and plump, the black-breasted button quail grows up to 19cm in length. It has three forward-facing toes and no
Native Grasslands Native grasslands of the Central Highlands and the northern Fitzroy Basin once covered an area of about 1.2
Brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) is a hardy species of wattle tree that grows to 25 meters high. At the time of