Yellow-spotted Bell Frog (Litoria castanea) and Peppered Frog (Litoria piperata) Recovery Plan
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, July 2001
ISBN 0 731 36275 6
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AHD - Australian Height Datum
DLWC - Department of Land and Water Conservation
EPA Act - Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979
EPBC Act - Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
FATSG - Frog and Tadpole Study Group
IUCN - International Union for the Conservation of Nature
JMA - Joint Management Agreement
NPW Act - National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974
NPWS - National Parks and Wildlife Service
SFNSW - State Forests NSW
TSC Act - Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995
VCA - Voluntary Conservation Agreement