Conservation of the richmond birdwing butterfly in australia springer dordrecht sands dpa and scott se 1998 conservation and recovery of the richmond birdwing butterfly ornithoptera richmondia and its lowland food plant pararistolochia praevenosa csiro science education centre indooroopilly sands d and scott s eds 2002. Ornithoptera richmondia about the richmond birdwing conservation network introduction the richmond birdwing butterfly ornithoptera richmondia is the largest subtropical australian butterfly it was once abundant from maryborough in southern queensland to grafton in northern nsw breeding in rainforest habitat wherever the food plants were plentiful. This survey of one the longest insect conservation campaigns in australia deals with recovery of one of the most iconic endemic butterflies the richmond birdwing threatened by clearance and fragmentation of subtropical rainforest in eastern australia and the spread of an alien larval food plant
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