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Distributions

Following the example of Theischinger & Hawking 2006 (reproduced here with the authors' permission), the map below divides Australia into 16 distinct areas. Underneath the map are links to the checklists for the various areas.

Australia: 16 areas
  1. CY: Cape York & Islands: 115 species
  2. IA: Inland Australia: 21 species
  3. IN: Inland New South Wales: 23 species
  4. KIM: Kimberley: 64 species
  5. NEN: North-Eastern New South Wales: 119 species
  6. NEQ: North-Eastern Queensland: 158 species
  7. NIQ: Northern Inland Queensland: 50 species
  8. NNT: North Northern Territory: 96 species
  9. NWA: North-Western Australia: 37 species
  10. SEN: South-Eastern New South Wales: 105 species
  11. SEQ: South-Eastern Queensland: 131 species
  12. SES: South-Eastern South Australia: 34 species
  13. SIQ: Southern Inland Queensland: 45 species
  14. SWA: South-Western Australia: 41 species
  15. TAS: Tasmania: 29 species
  16. VIC: Victoria: 75 species