National recovery plan for Stream Frogs of South-east Queensland 2001-2005
Prepared by Harry Hines
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
and the South-east Queensland Threatened Frogs Recovery Team, 2002
- Download the Recovery Plan as a PDF file
- Recovery objectives and criteria
- Recovery actions
- Cost schedule
- Appendix 1. Species Profiles
- Download Recovery Plan for Stream Frogs of South-east Queensland 2001-2005 - (stream-frogs.pdf - 365 KB)
© The State of Queensland, Environmental Protection Agency, 2002
Copyright protects this publication. Except for purposes permitted by the Copyright Act, reproduction by whatever means is prohibited without the prior written knowledge of the Environmental Protection Agency. Inquiries should be addressed to PO Box 155, BRISBANE ALBERT ST, Qld 4002.
Prepared by: Harry Hines, Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, and the South-east Queensland Threatened Frogs Recovery Team.
Copies may be obtained from the:
Queensland Forestry and Wildlife
PO Box 155
Brisbane Albert St QLD 4002
The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service publishes recovery plans to detail the actions needed for the conservation of threatened native wildlife.
The attainment of objectives and the provision of funds may be subject to budgetary and other constraints affecting the parties involved, and may also be constrained by the need to address other conservation priorities. Approved recovery plans may be subject to modification due to changes in knowledge and changes in conservation status.
Hines, H. B. and the South-east Queensland Threatened Frogs Recovery Team. 2002. Recovery plan for stream frogs of south-east Queensland 2001 2005. Report to Environment Australia, Canberra. Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, Brisbane.
Material presented in this document may not be copied unless approved by the South-east Queensland Threatened Frogs Recovery Team.