Search for rkid_genus group:urn:lsid:biodiversity.org.au:afd.taxon:a38442cb-d0ce-4fe2-8e44-a596e093bf6f returned 516 results.

  1. Data provider: Ashbourne to Finniss Biodiversity Links Project

    This project will implement significant targeted bushcare weed control and restoration on properties between the townships of Ashbourne and Finniss. This areas contains various significant remnants owned by committed private and public landholders that link and adjoin various public conservation reserves within the Finniss River catchment, which terminates into the Ramsar listed Lower Lakes and Coorong wetland...

  2. Data provider: Conserving the Coastal Biodiversity of Central Eurobodalla

    Sponsored group, Tuross Lakes Landcare, will undertake this project with the sponsorship of Eurobodalla Shire Council. This project will be undertaken to control the spread of exotic weed including Weeds of National Significance. The project will assist Landcare groups at Tuross Head, Potato Point and Kianga / Dalmeny. On ground weed control will be undertaken by experienced weed control contractors, including an Aboriginal work team...

  3. Data provider: Shire of Kalamunda Biodiversity Inventory

    There are many conservation reserves in the Shire of Kalamunda and loads of bush on public and private land; the Shire is rich in plant and animal life. We aim to record as many species as possible from across the Shire to better understand its natural values.

  4. Data provider: Ocean Biodiversity Information System

    OBIS, the Ocean Biodiversity Information System, was created in 2000 as the information management arm of the Census of Marine Life (CoML), and has as its mission the provision of a unified gateway to global marine species distribution data maintained by a wide range of custodians, to facilitate the exploration of patterns of distribution of marine life in relation to geographical and ecological factors...

  5. Data provider: Index of Biodiversity Surveys for Assessments

    The Index of Biodiversity Surveys for Assessments (IBSA) program provides industry, regulators and the community with an index of land-based biodiversity surveys conducted in Western Australia. IBSA helps to create better environmental outcomes by maximising the availability of biodiversity data.

  6. Data resource: Victorian Biodiversity Atlas

    The Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning works in partnership with a range of agencies and stakeholders to protect and preserve Victoria’s native landscape through a range of biodiversity, wildlife and community programs. We manage threatened species conservation and recovery, biodiversity research, invasive species, and climate change adaptation strategies. - See more at: http://www.delwp.vic.gov.au/environment-and-wildlife#sthash.giDedj4S...

  7. Data resource: Enhancing Urban Biodiversity at Goolwa and Strathalbyn

    This project will be delivered across the Alexandrina Council area with a focus on urban biodiversity assets within the townships of Goolwa and Strathalbyn. The Green Army will undertake restoration works at selected project sites to improve the extent and condition of two local biodiversity corridors, the Goolwa Beach Urban Biodiversity Network, and the Strathalbyn Angas River Corridor, including the Middle Creek, Dawson Creek and Burnside Creek tributaries...

  8. Data resource: Biodiversity Conservation and Monitoring at Trigwell Bridge

    This project will fence off a creekline with valuable remnant vegetation, rehabilitate it with revegetation and create a biodiversity corridor that links to a nature reserve. In addition, the project will monitor fauna species present, with a focus on nationally significant species, and control feral animals...

  9. Data resource: Reducing Threats to Biodiversity at Nullamanna, NSW

    Sponsored group, Nullamanna Landcare Group, will undertake this project with the sponsorship of Gwymac Incorporated. This project will undertake collaborative weed control activities in Nullamanna NSW to address the threats to biodiversity from three Weeds of National Significance (Silver-leaf Nightshade, Blackberry and Prickly Pear) and Privet. The project will engage at least 10 properties in landholder Management Agreements where ongoing weed treatments will be specified...

  10. Data resource: South Australian Biodiversity - Threatened Fauna