Does anyone know the current status of the Fraser Island expansa in the wild? I have ready several publications and threads here, which all indicate that the population is on the decline, and that there is very little, or no recruitment, of neonates. Does anyone know how many lakes they are found on, and if any recent surveys have been done to survey the populations? From what it sounds like, this population will be extinct if conservation efforts are not taken to protect them, .i.e protecting nests, head starting, limiting access to some of the smaller lakes, etc. I also have also read similar publications which indicate that C. colliei populations are suffering the same fate, with many of the animals being aged adults.