Central Freshwater Biogeographic Province
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The Central Freshwater Biogeographic Province (FBP) is largely formed by the Burdekin and Fitzroy drainage basins to the west. Coastal drainage basins to the east include the Ross, Haughton, Don, Proserpine, O’Connell, Pioneer, Plane, Styx, Shoalwater, Waterpark, Curtis Island, Calliope, and Boyne. The FBP incorporates the Central Queensland Coast, Brigalow Belt, Desert Uplands and Einasleigh Uplands vegetation bioregions, and a very small portion of the South Eastern Queensland vegetation bioregion.
Last updated: 22 March 2013
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Central Freshwater Biogeographic Province, WetlandInfo, Department of Environment and Science, Queensland, viewed 31 January 2020, .