Dept. of Environment, Land, Water & Planning
2008. Spot-tailed Quoll (Dasyurus maculatus) surveys were undertaken in the Strathbogie State Forest and forested eastern escarpment of the Ranges. The survey used remote cameras set up in suitable habitat, particularly at possible latrine sites. Quolls establish ‘latrines’ where they regularly defecate and scent mark. These are often visited several times during night time foraging activities.
Though there are occasional anecdotal records of Spot-tailed Quolls from parts of the Strathbogies, and whilst they most likely occurred here in historic times, I’m not aware of any confirmed records (in the VBA) from the Strathbogie Ranges. Victorian Flora & Fauna Action Statement No. 15 Spot-tailed Quoll.
2010-11. Growling Grass Frog surveys were undertaken at a variety of wetland sites across the Ranges. Survey on-going at the time of writing. More information: Rowhan Marshall, DSE, Benalla 5761 1611.
Estimating the density of the Greater Glider in the Strathbogie Ranges, north east Victoria with an assessment of coupes scheduled for timber harvesting in 2018. Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research Technical Report Series No. 293. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Heidelberg, Victoria. Nelson, J.L., Scroggie, M.P., Durkin, L.K., Cripps, J.K., Ramsey, D.S.L. and Lumsden, L.F.
Land Conservation Council
1973. Report on the North Eastern Study Area (district 2). Not available on-line, as far as I am aware (BL).
Interpreting Airborne Geophysics as an adjunct to
Hydrogeological Investigations for
Honeysuckle Creek Catchment, Victoria
Part 1 of 2
CSIRO Land and Water Technical Report No 18/04
Paper In: Roach I.C. ed. 2004. Regolith 2004. CRC LEME, pp. 76-80.
Honeysuckle Creek Soil Mapping
CSIRO Land and Water Science Report 31/09
Honeysuckle Creek Geophysics Project:
Bureau of Rural Sciences
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