NSW Threatened Species Scientific Committee Final Determination: Maroubra woodland snail
NSW Threatened Species Scientific Committee Final Determination
Maroubra Woodland Snail Meridolum maryae (Clarke, 2009) has been listed as an endangered species.
In NSW this species is currently known to be found in the leaf litter of coastal vegetation communities, most commonly in heathland on foredunes along the coast from the north-eastern corner of the Royal National Park to Palm Beach in Sydney.
More information on the species can be found in the Committees’ determination – Final Determination (PDF 208KB).
The Scientific Committee assesses which species are eligible for listing as threatened.