Sent to kur-world.com for correction 9 October 2016
CC: Mareeba Shire Council
The homepage of the KUR-World website is inaccurate. In reference to the Kuranda Tree Frog Litoria myola the marketing copy says:
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and the last para:
Slides from this source document:
From: cathy retter <Kuranda Envirocare>
Date: Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 2:01 PM
Subject: KUR-World website – small correction for Myola tree frog
To: Melanie Wicks <KUR-World>
Cc: Conrad Hoskin <James Cook University>
I’ve been discussing the KUR-World website text regarding the Myola tree frog with Dr Conrad Hoskin. It’s great to see it mentioned and the commitment to the ecology that’s been stated there. There are a couple of sentences where we wondered about rewording for clarity. I’ve marked these in Bold.
I thought we would let you know that we have agreed with Craig Crawford that he will attend a public meeting in early November around the time of the Terms of reference being released.
We’ll let you know the date and whether Craig would like to have someone representing KUR-World present.
Website text drop down relating to the Myola tree frog:
Did you know that areas of the KUR-World site are home to the Myola Tree Frog, an endangered species endemic only to the Kuranda region?
The Myola Tree Frog is found in rainforest near slow-moving, permanent and seasonal creeks. The current extent of occurrence for the Myola Tree Frog is estimated to be 13.5km2. The species appears to require reasonably
thick riparian forest with males found near creeks, while the females generally inhabit the rainforest canopy, away from the streams.
Reever & Ocean is committed to the responsible management of the site’s ecology, including the endangered Myola Tree Frog.