Fauna and Flora Research Collective

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The Fauna and Flora Research Collective are a community group conducting research on the presence of threatened and endangered species in Victoria's native forests. In 2010 their research was instrumental in providing evidence of the presence of threatened species in Brown Mountain old growth forest, including:

  • Greater Gliders
  • Long-footed Potoroos
  • Spot-tailed Quolls

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