Some spotlighting near Brisbane over three nights

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Subject: Some spotlighting near Brisbane over three nights
From: Nikolas Haass <>
Date: Thu, 1 Jan 2015 03:58:01 +0000
One night at O'Reilly's: non-stop poring rain; two nights at Mt Nebo/Mt 

Birds (selected):
Tawny Frogmouth 1 Boombana
No Marbled Frogmouths calling
Australian Owlet-Nightjar 2 Green Falls Track
Grey Goshawk 1 Maiala
Southern Boobook 2 Green Falls Track
Sooty Owl 3 Green Falls Track
Albert’s Lyrebird 4 O’Reilly’s
Regent Bowerbird 4+ Maiala
Bassian Thrush 1 O’Reilly’s
Russet-tailed Thrush 1 Maiala


1.    Small greyish dasyurid at Green Falls Track – not as brown as 
Brown/Subtropical Antechinus, no obvious eye-ring as in 
Yellow-footed/Buff-footed Antechinus - likely Common Planigale?

2.    Northern Brown Bandicoot 1 Mt Nebo

3.    Long-nosed Bandicoot 1 O’Reilly’s

4.    Common Ringtail Possum 4 Maiala/Green Falls Track

5.    Feathertail Glider 1 Green Falls Track

6.    Whiptail Wallaby 2 Lamington slope

7.    Red-legged Pademelon 4 O’Reilly’s, 6 Mt Glorious

8.    Red-necked Pademelon 6 O’Reilly’s

9.    Fawn-footed Melomys 4 Green Falls Track


1.    Anomalus verreauxi – Three-clawed Worm-Skink 1 Mt Nebo

2.    Cyclodomorphus gerrardii – Pink-tongued Skink 1 Mt Glorious

3.    Concinna murrayi – Murray’s Water Skink common Maiala

4.    Ramphotyphlops nigrescens – Blackish Blind Snake 1 Mt Nebo

5.    Morelia spilota – Diamond Python 2 O’Reilly’s; 1 Mt Nebo

6.    Cacophis sqaumulosus – Golden-crowned Snake 1 Green Falls Track

7.    Cryptophis nigrescens – Small-eyed Snake 1 Roadkill Mt Nebo

8.    Boiga irregularis – Brown Tree Snake 1 Mt Nebo


1.    Litoria caerulea – Green Tree Frog 2 O’Reilly’s

2.    Litoria chloris – Red-eyed Tree Frog 4 O’Reilly’s

3.    Litoria fallax – Eastern Dwarf Tree Frog common Mt Nebo

4.    Litoria gracilenta – Dainty Tree Frog 1 O’Reilly’s, 1 Mt Nebo

5.    Litoria nasuta – Rocket Tree Frog 1 Mt Nebo

6.    Litoria pearsoniana – Pearson’s Tree Frog common Green Falls Track

7.    Litoria peronii – Peron’s Tree Frog common Mt Nebo/Mt Glorious

8.    Litoria tyleri – Tyler’s Tree Frog common Mt Nebo

9.    Adelotus brevis – Tusked Frog 1 Green Falls Track

10. Assa darlingtoni – Pouched Frog 2+ O’Reilly’s

11. Lechriodus fletcheri – Fletcher’s Frog 8 O’Reilly’s

12. Limnodynastes peronii – Striped Marsh Frog common Mt Nebo

13. Limnodynastes terraereginae – Northern Banjo Frog 4 O’Reilly’s

14. Mixophyes fasciolatus – Great Barred Frog 1 O’Reilly’s; common Mt Nebo/Mt 

15. Mixophyes fleayi 3 – Fleay’s Barred Frog O’Reilly’s

16. Uperoleia fusca – Dusky Toadlet common O’Reilly’s; common Mt Nebo/Mt 

17. Rhinella marina – Cane Toad unfortunately common everywhere

Happy New Year!


Nikolas Haass | MD, PhD, FACD
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