Plants, animals, soils, water and more
The various parts of a wetland are called components. Ecosystem components include the physical, chemical and biological parts that make up the environment. Examples include the water within a wetland, the chemicals within that water, the vegetation types at a wetland, the organisms that live in a wetland, or the wetland itself (adapted from).
Wetland species profiles
Finding information for a specific area
Data (e.g. flora and fauna species lists) and other wetland information is spatially referenced (latitudes and longitudes) so it can be viewed and queried using WetlandMaps, WetlandSummary or Wildlife Online.
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Last updated: 22 March 2013
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Plants, animals, soils, water and more, WetlandInfo 2013, Department of Environment and Science, Queensland, viewed 11 February 2019, .