This plan was released in 2001 by the Natural Heritage Trust and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service with the ultimate goal of improving the conservation status of particular species of stream dwelling rainforest frogs within the Wet Tropics. This goal was to be achieved by ensuring the continued existence of pre-existing populations of T. acutirostris, T. rheophilus, L. lorica and L. nyakalensis., identifying and eliminating the frogs main threats, and ensuring that frog conservation was included in all land management decisions.
Recovery plan for the stream-dwelling rainforest frogs of the wet tropics biogeographic region of north-east Queensland 2000–2004
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