This reassessment is based on information that was made available for the 2003 listing. It is listed as Endangered (EN) based on an estimated decline of >50% over the past 50 years (three generations is 120 years) primarily due to habitat destruction. Based on current population estimates and trends, this species also qualifies as EN under criterion C1.
This species is found in southern Queensland, Australia. Populations occur from the Wide Bay area, east of Gympie to south of Childers and on Fraser Island. Occurs at low elevations being recorded from 5 to 25 m asl.