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Casuarina campus bushland surveys conducted by students and volunteers

Students are involved every year in surveys of the campus bushland flora and fauna. Surveys undertaken in 2020 provided some excellent photos of the biodiversity on Casuarina campus.

  • Black footed tree rat
  • Brush tail possum
    Brush tail possum mum and baby
  • Dingo 2020
    Dingo
  • 2019 frogs recorded:

    • Litoria rothi - Roth’s tree frog
    • Litoria caerulea - Green Tree Frog
    • Litoria rubella - Red tree frog
    • Limnodynastes convexiusculus – Marble Frog
    • Rubiaceae Coelospermum reticulatum (Synonym Pogonolobus reticulatus)
    • Malvaceae Sterculia quadrifida
    • Loganiaceae Strychnos lucida
    • Kurrajong (Brachychiton megaphyllus)
    • Brachychiton diversifolius
    • Milkwood (Alstonia actinophylla)
    • Acacia dimidiata
    • Gardenia megasperma
    • Clothes Peg Grevillea (Grevillea decurrens)
    • Ironwood (Erythrophelum chlorostachys)
    • Cycad (Cycas armstrongii)
    • Kapok bush (Cochlospermum fraseri)
    • Apple Gum (Corymbia polysciada)
    • Bean Tree (Cathormion umbellatum)
    • Pink turkey bush (Calytrix exstipulata)
    • Buchanania (Buchanania obovata)
    • Exocarpus (Exocarpus latifolius)
    • Stringybark (Eucalyptus tetrodonta)
    • Sandpaper fig (Ficus opposita)
    • Coffee Bush (Leucaena leucocephala)
    • Sand palm (Livistona humilis)
    • Red Paperbark (Lophostemon lactifluus)
    • Micromelum (Micromelum minutum)
    • Pongamia (Millettia pinnata)
    • Pandanus (Pandanus spiralis)
    • Planchonia (Planchonia careya)
    • Speargrass (Sorghum intrans)
    •  Syzygium (Syzygium eucalyptoides)
    • Kakadu Plum (Terminalia ferdinandiana