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The Forest Practices Authority

Biodiversity Values Database

(formerly: Threatened Fauna Manual; Fauna Values Database)


PART I INTRODUCTION

1.1 Procedure for identification of fauna values

1.2 Acknowledgements

1.3 Flow diagram: Biodiversity notification process

1.4 Categories of conservation status

1.5 Status of fauna species included in the database

1.6 Status of flora species included in the database


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PART II STATUS, BIOLOGY, DISTRIBUTION AND MANAGEMENT

This section contains links to listing statements and notesheets on threatened forest fauna including details of their status, biology and distribution. The information they provide is current and will be updated when additional data becomes available. Species-specific management recommendations for particular forestry operations are delivered through the Threatened Fauna Adviser Program, or via the Forest Practices Authority's Biodiversity Program.

 Listing statements and notesheets on many of the forest-related threatened flora species are available on the DPIPWE website. Species-specific management recommendations for particular forestry operations 


2.1 Vertebrates

2.1.1 Mammals

•    Eastern barred bandicoot - Information

•    New Holland mouse - Information

•    Quolls - Information

•    Tasmanian devil - Information

•    Common Wombat (Bass Strait) - Information


2.1.2 Birds

•    Azure kingfisher - FPA species profile

•    Brown thornbill (King Island)  - FPA species profile

•    Forty-spotted pardalote - Information  - Listing statment - Recovery plan

•    Green Rosella (King Island)  - FPA species profile

•    Grey goshawk  - FPA species profile

•    Masked owl  - FPA species profile

•    Scrubtit (King Island) - Information

•    Swift parrot - Information - Recovery plan

•    Wedge-tailed eagle  - Information - Recovery plan

•    White-bellied sea eagle - Recovery plan

•    Orange-bellied parrot  - Information - Recovery plan


2.1.3 Reptiles

•    Glossy grass skink - Information

•    Tussock grass skink - Information


2.1.4 Amphibians

•    Green and gold frog EPBC Act Policy Statement (Significant Impact Guidelines for the vulnerable growling grass frog) <- Information  - Listing statment

•    Striped marsh frog - Information - FPA species profile


2.1.5 Fish

•    Australian grayling  - FPA species profile

•    Arthurs paragalaxias  - Recovery plan

•    Clarence galaxias - Listing statment - Recovery plan

•    Dwarf galaxias - Recovery plan

•    Golden galaxias - Recovery plan

•    Great Lake paragalaxias - Recovery plan

•    Saddled galaxias - Listing statment - Recovery plan

•    Shannon paragalaxias - Recovery plan

•    Swamp galaxias - Recovery plan

•    Swan galaxias - Listing statment - Recovery plan


2.2 Invertebrates

2.2.1 Beetles

•    Bornemisszas stag beetle   - FPA species profile

•    Broad-toothed stag beetle - Information

•    Mt Mangana stag beetle  - FPA species profile

•    Simsons stag beetle  - FPA species profile

•    Vanderschoors stag beetle  - FPA species profile

•    Green-lined ground beetle (Catadromus carabid beetle)  - FPA species profile

•    Miena jewel beetle - Information


2.2.2 Snails

•    Burgundy snail  - FPA species profile

•    'Cataract Gorge' snail  - FPA species profile

•    Keeled snail  - FPA species profile

•    'Skemps' snail  - FPA species profile

•    Southern hairy red snail  - FPA species profile

•    Hydrobiid snails (41 species)  - FPA species profile

•    Benthodorbis pawpela - FPA Great Lake species profile


2.2.3 Velvet worms

•    Blind velvet worm - Listing statment

•    Giant velvet worm - Listing statment


2.2.4 Moths and butterlies

•    Chaostola skipper - FPA species profile

•    Ptunarra brown butterfly - Information  - Listing statment - Recovery plan

•    Tasmanian hairstreak butterfly - FPA species profile

•    Chequered blue <profile under development>

•    Marrawah skipper  <profile under development>

•    Tunbridge looper moth  <profile under development>

•    Chevron looper moth  <profile under development>

•    Saltmarsh looper moth  <profile under development>


2.2.5 Crayfish

•    Giant freshwater crayfish - Recovery plan

•    Burnie burrowing crayfish - Information  - Recovery plan

•    Mt Arthur burrowing crayfish - Information  - Recovery plan

•    Scottsdale burrowing crayfish - Information  - Recovery plan

•    Central north burrowing crayfish - Information

•    Flinders Island burrowing crayfish <profile under development>


2.2.6 Cave-dwelling invertebrates (14 species)
•    Blind Cave Beetle - Information
•    Cave Harvestman (Mole Creek) - Information
•    Ida Bay Cave Harvestman - Information


2.2.7 Caddisflies (13 species)  - Listing statement


2.2.8 Great Lake species (9 species)


2.2.9 Other

•    Schayers grasshopper - Listing statement

•    Spider species <FI available for one of the species>

•    Isopods    <profile under development>


PART III REFERENCES AND APPENDICES

3.1 References


3.2 Appendices

•    Forest-associated species of high conservation significance

•    Wildlife Priority Areas and Sites of Special Interest

 

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