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Terrestrial ecosystems by bioregion, Queensland 2006 (archived)

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Bioregion Area Regional ecosystems
Total Of concern Endangered
  ha ('000) — number —
Brigalow Belt 36,430 172 50 30
Cape York Peninsula 1,444 222 97 1
Central Queensland Coast 24,191 75 43 9
Channel Country 7,033 56 3
Desert Uplands 775 77 26 2
Einasleigh Uplands 18,506 142 36
Gulf Plains 12,171 84 17 1
Mitchell Grass Downs 23,822 54 4 1
Mulga Lands 11,865 65 5 3
New England Tableland 1,985 25 10 9
North West Highlands 7,317 43 11
South East Queensland 6,215 151 75 22
Wet Tropics 22,008 185 134 18
Total 173,762 1,351 511 96
Source: Environmental Protection Agency.
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Last reviewed 9 October 2013