There are nine threatened fauna species that occur in the Fitzgerald Biosphere, none of which are endemic to the Biosphere (Table ). The Western Ground Parrot (Pezoporus wallicus flavientris) is the only fauna species that is listed as Critically Endangered (under State legislation).
Two of the 18 Priority fauna species (Table ) are endemic to the Biosphere: Eula’s planthopper (Budginmaya eulae) which is only know from one specimen from Bandalup Hill and the skink (Lerista viduata) which is endemic to the Ravensthorpe Range.
Table : The threatened fauna species that occur in the Fitzgerald Biosphere, their State and Commonwealth (EPBC Act) conservation status and their distribution category for the Biosphere (sorted on EPBC conservation status).
# Distribution Categories: 1 - Endemic to Fitzgerald Biosphere; 2 - Near-endemic (>80%) of distribution within Biosphere; 3 - Non-endemic with significant sub-populations within Biosphere; 4 - Non-endemic.