Where are polychaetes known to exist in Australia's N and NW Key Ecological Features?

Researchers from Project D1 of the Marine Biodiversity Hub of the National Environmental Science Programme present this interactive map-based summary of where polychaetes are known to exist in the Key Ecological Features of the N and NW regions.

Data were obtained from the Atlas of Living Australia, Geoscience Australia, and the Australian Institute of Marine Science. ‚ÄčAs our aim in collating this data was to identify locations where polychaetes had ever been observed, we retained all data regardless of age. The data contains records of where polychaetes are known to exist, but none where they are known to be absent.

How to use the map

Full extent icon Click on this icon at the top left of the map to see a full screen version, then click on each red square to see how many polychaetes were recorded there.
Zoom Icon Click on this icon also at the top left of the map to zoom in closer to (+) or further from (-) the map.