Catching Kordbolbok: From Frog Survey to Closing the Gap in Arnhem Land
This working paper introduces the first frog survey of the Arnhem Plateau, as far as we know, which was conducted by the Warddeken Indigenous Rangers and a western scientist employed by CAEPR. The survey methodology and outcomes are presented in conjunction with some comment on the socioeconomic benefits of such surveys in remote outstations of the Northern Territory. Thirteen native frog species known to western science were found, including one species that as far as we know is previously...[Show more]
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