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Species lists, wildlife information and survey data can also be accessed from the following sites.


Species profile search 

This site allows you to find species information such as species names, notes and images for Queensland’s native and naturalised plants and animals from the WildNet database. You can also download species records in a number of formats.


This online mapping system has a report tool that generates species lists for the area being displayed and selected map features (e.g. national parks). You can also use the inventory tools to view published survey data, species locations and project data from the WildNet database.

WetlandSummary—facts and maps

Access species lists, notes and images, as well as other environmental information for a range of area types within Queensland (such as local government areas, national parks, world heritage areas, marine parks and catchments). 

Regrowth benefits indicative map

Use this interactive map to find information about particular places (sites) and their suitability for regrowing native forest including biodiversity benefits for priority species.

The Species Recovery Information Gateway–The Spring

Information about the conservation and recovery of Queensland’s native plant and animal species, particularly those at risk of extinction.


Qld wildlife data API

This web service accesses WildNet data that has been approved for public release including species profiles, notes, statuses, images, species survey locations and project information.

Conservation status of Queensland wildlife

The names and conservation statuses of Queensland plants, fungi, protists, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and some fish and invertebrate groups based on the WildNet database.

Modelled potential habitat for selected threatened species in Queensland

A geodatabase of modelled potential habitat shapefiles for selected threatened species in Queensland.

Census of Queensland flora 

Names, distributions and status of Queensland plants, algae, fungi, lichens and cyanobacteria, based on the Queensland Herbarium database ‘Herbrecs’.

Australia’s Virtual Herbarium

Access plant specimen data obtained from Australian herbaria collections including the Queensland Herbarium.

aekos Data Portal - Queensland CORVEG Database 

Access flora survey data from the Queensland Herbarium ‘Corveg’ database.

Online Zoological Collections of Australian Museums

Access animal specimen data obtained from Australian museum collections including the Queensland Museum.

Atlas of Living Australia

Access species lists, records, notes and images for Australian wildlife.

Plants and animals

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Last updated
11 March 2015
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