Biodiversity Series, Paper No. 4
S.R. Morton, J. Short and R.D. Barker, with an Appendix by G.F. Griffin and G. Pearce
Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, 1995
4. Foci of biological diversity in Western Australia (continued)
Extensive sheep grazing.
National Parks and Nature Reserves
Collier Range National Park, Mt Augustus National Park.
Land degradation due to over-grazing (Williams 1978; Wilcox and Cunningham 1994).
The agamid lizard Ctenophorus yinnietharra (V) (Cogger et al. 1993, pp. 69-71).
Species that are regionally endemic
The gecko Diplodactylus wilsoni and the skink Lerista stictopleura (Cogger 1992).
Other significant populations
Reid and Fleming (1992) considered the bush thick-knee Burhinus grallarius to be declining in this Region.