Some species may be resident in eucalypt woodlands and utilise it as key habitat while other species may only be transient within the ecological community. The scientific and common names and national distributions of species were checked using The Atlas of Living Australia website.
Source: Burbidge et al. (2004), Table 2. Note the wheatbelt area in this study was broader than that defined in this conservation advice and includes parts of the Eastern Mallee, Esperance Plains and Geraldton Sandplains regions. Species with distributions outside the wheatbelt, as defined in this conservation advice, are excluded, including those marked ‘m’ in the study, signifying distributions marginal to the study area. Species regarded as extinct, either nationally or within the study area, also are excluded.