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Giant Gippsland Earthworm

Habitat on Farms

Giant Gippsland Earthworm (GGE) Habitat Gallery

Creekside GGE Habitat GGE Habitat on South Facing Hillslopes
 (GGE)
Example of Creekside GGE Habitat Example of Creekside GGE Habitat Example of Creekside GGE Habitat GGE Habitat In Upper Terraces Of Creek Banks GGE habitat above the lower flood zone
GGE habitat in upper terraces of creek banks
Example of GGE Habitat on South Facing Hillslopes Example of GGE Habitat on South Facing Hillslopes - Note Obvious Underground Spring That Supports GGE Habitat Example of GGE Habitat on South Facing Hillslopes
Note obvious underground spring that supports GGE habitat
Typical Blue Grey Clay Soils Of GGE Habitat In The South Of Their Range Red Clay Soils More Common Around Warragul And Drouin
Typical blue-grey clay soils of GGE habitat in the south of their range
Red clay soils more common around Warragul and Drouin
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GGE habitat above the lower flood zone
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