|Subject:||species diversity cool spots?|
|From:||John Leonard <>|
|Date:||Mon, 21 Nov 2005 16:24:54 +1100|
Just thinking about the Hunter Valley thread. I know that various areas of Australia have been claimed as avian biodiversity hotspots (and are probably hot-spots for biodiversity for other life-forms too, plants, insects &c).
Are there any areas of Australia which, explicably or inexplicably, are species poor compared to their area, latitude, location &c?
I'd say the Pilbara is probably one such area (despite the recently-observed Night Parrots), because of isolation…
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