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South-west Australian rare freshwater fishes and their habitat

Takes viewers on an aerial, ground and underwater journey across wilderness areas of south-western Australia; a global biodiversity hot-spot. Visit rivers and lakes crucial to the survival of rare and endangered freshwater fishes, the Western Trout Minnow, Balston's Pygmy Perch and Little Pygmy Perch. This project is supported by funding from the Western Australian Government’s State NRM Program (Strategic ID 12305) and the South West Catchments Council, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program. Project partners were Freshwater Fish Group and Fish Health Unit at Murdoch University (video credit), Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management (The University of Western Australia), Western Australian Government (Departments of Fisheries (lead agency for the project), Water, and Parks and Wildlife), the South Coast NRM, and South West Catchments Council.

 

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  • Location: Beckenham WA 6107 Australia
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