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The natural beauty and biodiversity at Lee Point is under threat. Protecting the rare old growth woodland trees in the Lee Point Biodiversity Corridor is about protecting Darwin’s last wildlife corridor, Darwin’s biodiversity and ultimately the quality of life of future generations.
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Identifications
189
Observations
114
Species
11
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Top Species
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Tracheophyta
20
2.
Plantae
17
3.
Poaceae
5
4.
Lonchura
4
5.
Fungi
4
6.
Exocarpos latifolius R.Br.
3
7.
Acacia dimidiata Benth.
3
8.
Distimake aegyptius (L.) A.R.Simões & Staples
3
9.
Stylosanthes
3
10.
Acrididae
3
Top Observers
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donna165
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2.
Donna Schakelaar
{:id=>"1183361", :score=>1320.0, :percentage=>"30.99"}
3.
bryn_pickering
{:id=>"1402436", :score=>320.0, :percentage=>"7.51"}
4.
lizard_observer
{:id=>"7772964", :score=>200.0, :percentage=>"4.69"}
5.
ross_coupland
{:id=>"5279438", :score=>140.0, :percentage=>"3.29"}
6.
stephenbolding
{:id=>"2443041", :score=>100.0, :percentage=>"2.35"}
7.
wandaaus
{:id=>"6394366", :score=>80.0, :percentage=>"1.88"}
8.
rubynats
{:id=>"7157653", :score=>60.0, :percentage=>"1.41"}
9.
Mitch Rose
{:id=>"4094096", :score=>20.0, :percentage=>"0.47"}
10.
Wanda G Jackson
{:id=>"6394366", :score=>20.0, :percentage=>"0.47"}
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