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Id Flora/Fauna Date Location Notes Corridor
77 Praevenosa 01/01/1970 Wongawallum Northern NSW
130 Praevenosa 01/01/1970 Wollombin Scout Camp Northern NSW
131 Praevenosa 01/01/1970 Broken Head National Park Northern NSW
132 Praevenosa 01/01/1970 Cherry Tree State Forest Northern NSW
133 Praevenosa 01/01/1970 Wardell Northern NSW
263 Male Richmond Birdwing Butterfly 01/01/2008 Border Ranges Northern NSW
527 Laheyana 31/12/1979 Kyogle "Brindle Creek, Wiangarie SF, 28km NNE of Kyogle. Rainforest. Twiner, tubular flowers dark yellow inside with purplish markings but the colour is similar and paler on the outside. Common." Northern NSW
530 Laheyana 06/02/2000 Kyogle "Southern end of Border Ranges National Park, NE of Kyogle. (GPS 28 28 25 153 08 32) Complex notophyll vine forest on moderate slope. Brown basaltic soil, sparsely rocky. Vine, leaves dark green. Flowers purplish with a yellow throat. Occasional at site. Spirit material at BRI." Northern NSW
541 Laheyana 07/05/1977 Wiangeri SF. In basaltic loam. Vine. Northern NSW
544 Laheyana 01/01/1970 Whian Whian. Northern NSW
545 Laheyana 25/04/1992 Nightcap "Cult at Alstonville ex cuttings from Mt Nardi, Nightcap Range. Generally more bushy in its climbing habit than plants seen in the Border Ranges. Plants flower almost continually at lower altitudes (ie Alstonville). Plants examined at Nightcap and Border Ranges 19 April 1992 not flowering. Spirit material at BRI." Northern NSW
565 Praevenosa 18/02/1981 Whian Whian "Rocky Creek, 1km S of Big Scrub FR, Whian Whian. Subtropical rainforest. Robust vine." Northern NSW
579 Praevenosa 01/01/1970 Ballina Ballina. Northern NSW
580 Praevenosa 01/01/1970 Lismore Lismore. Donated by Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences 1979. Northern NSW
581 Praevenosa 01/01/1970 Tumulgum Tumbulgum. Flowers mars yellow with rich purplish-brown stripes and spots. Donated by Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences 1979. Northern NSW
593 Praevenosa 12/08/2003 Brunswick Heads "Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve. Complex notophyll vineforest on sand. Twiner, coriaceous foliage. Very common in area." Northern NSW
608 Praevenosa 08/05/1977 Broken Head "Broken Head Nature Reserve. Growing in littoral scrub. Large vine with basal parts c 3.5cm thick scrambling across vegetation - usually growing across top of forest canopy. Fruit yellow, fleshy." Northern NSW
618 Praevenosa 09/04/2008 Eltham Vines were planted from NPWS propagation program in the 1990s (Bob Moffatt ran it based in Alstonville). They were planted into subtropical rainforest regrowth and 2 in the garden. Its a high rainfall area >1500 mm/yr on red krasnozem soils (same as Twoomba plateau but more rain). About half are still going and are now 5-6 metres long with a profusion of stems. We have noticed more regular sightings of birdwings in the last 24 months with males and females. I know of wild vines about 1km away near Pearces Creek /Eltham road junction.. Northern NSW
623 Praevenosa 07/05/2008 Booyong Northern NSW
787 Praevenosa 07/05/2008 Booyong The areas with densest vine patches appeared to be areas used for maternity camps of the grey headed and blackheaded fruitbats in the nineties and eighties. There are vines from seedling to 20m tall and I have seen female butterflies on the vines in the nineties. Northern NSW
788 Praevenosa 07/05/2008 Booyong The areas with densest vine patches appeared to be areas used for maternity camps of the grey headed and blackheaded fruitbats in the nineties and eighties. There are vines from seedling to 20m tall and I have seen female butterflies on the vines in the nineties. Northern NSW
789 Praevenosa 07/05/2008 Booyong The areas with densest vine patches appeared to be areas used for maternity camps of the grey headed and blackheaded fruitbats in the nineties and eighties. There are vines from seedling to 20m tall and I have seen female butterflies on the vines in the nineties. Northern NSW
790 Praevenosa 07/05/2008 Booyong The areas with densest vine patches appeared to be areas used for maternity camps of the grey headed and blackheaded fruitbats in the nineties and eighties. There are vines from seedling to 20m tall and I have seen female butterflies on the vines in the nineties. Northern NSW
791 Praevenosa 07/05/2008 Booyong The areas with densest vine patches appeared to be areas used for maternity camps of the grey headed and blackheaded fruitbats in the nineties and eighties. There are vines from seedling to 20m tall and I have seen female butterflies on the vines in the nineties. Northern NSW
792 Praevenosa 07/05/2008 Booyong The areas with densest vine patches appeared to be areas used for maternity camps of the grey headed and blackheaded fruitbats in the nineties and eighties. There are vines from seedling to 20m tall and I have seen female butterflies on the vines in the nineties. Northern NSW
793 Praevenosa 07/05/2008 Booyong The areas with densest vine patches appeared to be areas used for maternity camps of the grey headed and blackheaded fruitbats in the nineties and eighties. There are vines from seedling to 20m tall and I have seen female butterflies on the vines in the nineties. Northern NSW
794 Praevenosa 07/05/2008 Booyong The areas with densest vine patches appeared to be areas used for maternity camps of the grey headed and blackheaded fruitbats in the nineties and eighties. There are vines from seedling to 20m tall and I have seen female butterflies on the vines in the nineties. Northern NSW
795 Praevenosa 07/05/2008 Booyong The areas with densest vine patches appeared to be areas used for maternity camps of the grey headed and blackheaded fruitbats in the nineties and eighties. There are vines from seedling to 20m tall and I have seen female butterflies on the vines in the nineties. Northern NSW
796 Praevenosa 07/05/2008 Booyong The areas with densest vine patches appeared to be areas used for maternity camps of the grey headed and blackheaded fruitbats in the nineties and eighties. There are vines from seedling to 20m tall and I have seen female butterflies on the vines in the nineties. Northern NSW
797 Praevenosa 07/05/2008 Booyong The areas with densest vine patches appeared to be areas used for maternity camps of the grey headed and blackheaded fruitbats in the nineties and eighties. There are vines from seedling to 20m tall and I have seen female butterflies on the vines in the nineties. Northern NSW
798 Praevenosa 22/07/2008 tweed heads 1 = 3yr old, Northern NSW
1013 Male Richmond Birdwing Butterfly 02/03/2009 Hastings Point Northern NSW
1030 Praevenosa 12/12/1994 Binna Burra we planted two(2) Aristolochia praevenosa vines on our 1+ acre hillside garden at Nunderi - on the western slope of the Condong Range approx 15YEARS AGO. We moved from that area in 1999, so I do not know if the plantings survived. They were quite well established while we lived there. Northern NSW
1033 Male Richmond Birdwing Butterfly 30/03/2009 Mt Warning Male seen at 09.26 am Northern NSW
1206 Laheyana 22/08/2009 Brindle Creek Border Ranges All vines were small with main stem about 2-3 mm in diameter. No mature vine was found stretching into the canopy. These vines appeared very healthy. A more extensive search would have found many more in the area. No attempt was made to move off the walking track. Northern NSW
1207 Laheyana 22/08/2009 Pinnacle Walk Border Ranges Vines did not stretch high into the canopy. Stems mainly about 2-3 mm thick. Northern NSW
1208 Laheyana 22/08/2009 Bar Mountain Border Ranges NP Many vines were located in this area. Had I explored further away from the walking tracks, I suspect many more would have been found. It was one of the more common vines in the area. Again main stem size was in the 2-3 mm diameter with the occasional plant reaching 4-5mm diameter. Northern NSW
1233 Praevenosa 20/03/2010 Chillingham Northern NSW
1463 Richmond Birdwing Larva 22/04/2009 Eltham The caterpillars were living on 2 of the planted vines. Northern NSW
1464 Male Richmond Birdwing Butterfly 01/02/2009 Eltham Seen flying in the garden. Northern NSW
1465 Female Richmond Birdwing Butterfly 01/02/2009 Eltham Seen flying in the garden Northern NSW

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