By Mark Clayton
An absolutely up-to-date, re-creation of the definitive directory of Australia’s vertebrates and their conservation prestige.
Read or Download CSIRO List of Australian Vertebrates: A Reference with Conservation Status, Second Edition PDF
Similar reference books
Bestselling Lean Six Sigma writer Michael George offers the 1st pocket advisor for deployers of Lean Six SigmaThe Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook blends Lean and 6 Sigma instruments and ideas, delivering professional suggestion on the best way to be sure which software inside of a "family" is healthier for various reasons. jam-packed with precise examples and step-bystep directions, it is the perfect convenient reference advisor to assist eco-friendly and Black Belts make the transition from the school room to the sector.
This ebook offers a suite of invited articles via unusual probabilists and statisticians at the get together of the Platinum Jubilee Celebrations of the Indian Statistical Institute a remarkable institute with major fulfillment in examine parts of statistics, chance and arithmetic in 2007.
The foreign panel of members analyses wisdom creation and the foundations of scholarship, commencing new avenues for dialogue in schooling, philosophy, cultural experiences, in addition to in different very important fields.
- Bicycle Repair Manual (Revised and Updated Edition)
- A Case for Partial Prestressing
- Medical Terminology Systems: A Body Systems Approach Fifth Edition (Medical Terminology
- The Bug Out Bag: What You Need to Stay Alive
- U.S. Air Force Pocket Survival Handbook: The Portable and Essential Guide to Staying Alive
- Study Guide to the Theory of Money and Credit
Extra info for CSIRO List of Australian Vertebrates: A Reference with Conservation Status, Second Edition
Flavirufus Mertens, 1958 Varanus indicus (Daudin, 1802) Varanus keithhornei Wells & Wellington, 1985 Varanus kingorum Storr, 1980 Long-tailed Rock Monitor Mertens’ Water Monitor Varanus mertensi Glauert, 1951 Mitchell’s Water Varanus mitchelli Mertens, 1958 Monitor Yellow-spotted Monitor Varanus panoptes Storr, 1980 V. p. panoptes Storr, 1980 V. p. rubidus Storr, 1980 Pilbara Rock Monitor Varanus pilbarensis Storr, 1980 Emerald Monitor Varanus prasinus (Schlegel, 1839) Northern Ridge-tailed Varanus primordius Mertens, 1942 Monitor Heath Monitor Varanus rosenbergi Mertens, 1957 Spotted Tree Monitor Varanus scalaris Mertens, 1941 V.
S. cheyni Wells & Wellington, 1984 M. s. mcdowelli Wells & Wellington, 1984 M. s. spilota (Lacépède, 1804) M. s. metcalfei Wells & Wellington, 1985 M. s. A. Smith, 1981) M. s. E. Gray, 1842 Morelia viridis (Schlegel, 1872) 5091 2612 R V O V R N V 2 T V EN 2613 2620 2621 5092 5093 2618 2623 2624 2626 2625 5094 5095 5096 5097 O R 5098 5099 2616 * = exotic (human-assisted) introduction; # = subspecies is not known; N = regular component of the fauna of that jurisdiction; N = accidental or vagrant Conservation status Commonwealth legislation protection status: X = extinct; Ec = critically endangered; E = endangered; V = vulnerable; Cd = conservation dependent.
Western Australia: R = rare or likely to become extinct; X = presumed extinct; I = protected under an international agreement between Australia and Japan (birds only); O = fauna in need of special protection for reasons other than those listed above. Northern Territory: Xr = regionally extinct in the NT; Xw = extinct in the wild; Ec = critically endangered; N = near threatened. E. E. A. Smith, 1996 Lerista flammicauda Storr, 1985 2703 2877 2565 Lerista fragilis (Günther, 1876) 2481 * = exotic (human-assisted) introduction; # = subspecies is not known; N = regular component of the fauna of that jurisdiction; N = accidental or vagrant Conservation status Commonwealth legislation protection status: X = extinct; Ec = critically endangered; E = endangered; V = vulnerable; Cd = conservation dependent.