Queensland really does have some amazingly diverse native insects and invertebrates that deserve as much attention as our other famous fauna! One example is the Richmond Birdwing butterfly. Found nowhere else but south-east Queensland, the Richmond Birdwing is very picky about the vine it eats as a caterpillar. Unfortunately, it has become increasingly rare due […]
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Recycling dollars by purchasing, protecting and reselling land More than 50% of global biodiversity loss is because of just 7 countries – and Australia is one of them. Among mammals alone, Australia is losing at least one or two species per decade and indications are that this will only accelerate as the impacts of climate […]