Field Guide Queensland Fauna

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About this app

The animals found in the Australian State of Queensland are diverse and extraordinary. Detailed descriptions of animals, maps of distribution and endangered species status combine with images to provide a valuable reference that can be used in urban, bush and coastal environments. The content has been developed by the scientists at the Queensland Museum in collaboration with scientists from our major partner, Museum Victoria, and all other Australian Museums.

This app holds descriptions of over 560 species encompassing birds, fishes, frogs, lizards, snakes, mammals, turtles, freshwater, marine and terrestrial invertebrates, spiders and insects including butterflies. From animals found on Queensland’s coral reefs, in rock-pools, in tropical rainforests, in deserts and in the suburbs, the habitats are hugely varied but only represent a tiny fraction of the true diversity of life in this large State. Our scientists will continue to add new species and refine this app over time.

If you have trouble either downloading the app or with the app crashing, please refer to our app support page.(http://museumvictoria.com.au/discoverycentre/museum-victoria-apps/mv-field-guide-to-victoria-app/support/)
Updated on
Apr 11, 2016

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4.2
97 reviews
A Google user
November 4, 2019
Its a good app, except that it hasn't been updated since 2016 and it's Nov. 2019. Would be swell if it was updated more often, at least monthly. Other than that, good app.
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Ashley van den Akker
August 5, 2020
The app is very limited, I searched for Cassowary one of the most iconic species endemic to northern Queensland and it didn't even have that, so disappointing.
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A Google user
March 31, 2019
What, no brush turkey? Red tailed black cockatoo? Glossy Black? A good start but so many missing species make it hardly useful as a field guide.
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What's new

Updated species profiles.