Beddomeia camensis is a tiny (2-4 mm) freshwater snail occurring in small streams near the Cam River, on Oonah Road, northwest Tasmania. The species has a very narrow range, known only from five streams, with a maximum 7 km separation between the known sites. The principal threats to B. camensis are associated with agricultural clearing, forestry, mining and impoundment construction, all of which can result in habitat modification or degradation. B. camensis may also be vulnerable to competition with the exotic snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum introduced from New Zealand. The principal management objectives for B. camensis include preventing the loss or degradation of habitat at known localities, increasing public awareness of the species, and improving the species' reservation status.