August 1999 Threatened Plants Project



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Pro-formas used to record incidental populations




Appendix 2(cont.):

Pro-forma used to record incidental populations


SIGNIFICANT PLANTS OPPORTUNISTIC RECORDS PROFORMA

This sheet is designed for use by vegetation survey workers to record brief locality/ and population details for significant plant species encountered both in plots and opportunistically. A list of priority significant species will be supplied to vegetation survey teams.



Recorder: Enter the full name of recorder/s.

Plot ID No.: Enter Unique Plot Identification number if species was encountered within vegetation plot.

Date: Enter date of record 0D/0M/0Y

Species: Current botanical binomial; to subspecies/variety if known

Code: 4 digit CAPS number

Locality: Enter detailed locality description.

Easting: 6 digit AMG easting ie. X - axis coordinate.

Northing 7 digit AMG northing ie. Y - axis coordinate

S: Y/N for whether or not specimen was collected

No. of individuals No. of individuals of the significant species observed

Population Area = Areal (in hectares) extent of population.

P = Precision C - count if < 50

S - sound sampling

E - estimate

Breeding: Enter Y/N for each of the following : V= Vegetative state only, Bu= flower buds present, Fl= flowering, Fr= fresh fruit, oF= old fruit

Age Structure: Enter Y/N for each category : S= Seedlings present, Im= Immature individuals (e.g. saplings), M= Reproductively mature,

Se= Senescent individuals present

Fire Regeneration Response: See codes below

Habitat: See codes below

Threats: See codes below

Land Conservation Status: See codes below


FIRE REGENERATION RESPONSE: Enter single digit corresponding to appropriate fire regeneration response from legend below. If more than one response, record both.


1

Viable canopy stored seed

5

Basal stem buds ie. lignotubers

2

Soil stored seed

6

Epicormic shoots

3

No proagules remain on site after fire

7

Regrowth from unharmed terminal aerial buds

4

Suckers & rhizomes

8

Death


Habitat: Enter the code from abbreviated legend below.


CODE

HABITAT

CODE

HABITAT

AMH

Acacia & myrtaceous shrublands & related communities of the Highlands

EWM

Estuarine wetlands: mangroves

BW

Box woodlands

EWS

Estuarine wetlands: saltmarsh

CC

Casuarina cunninghamiana (River oak) forests along waterways

HS

Swamps & bogs of the tablelands excluding Kosciusko

CFW

Coastal freshwater wetlands & sedgelands

IFW

Ironbark forests & woodlands

CHS

Halophytic shrubland (dominated by Chenopodiaceae

NGT

Natural grasslands of the tablelands

CLH

Heaths, banksia & myrtaceous shrublands & related communities of the coastal lowlands: coastal sands or clays

SAW

Sub-alpine woodland usually dominated by Eucalyptus pauciflora

CNG

Coastal natural grasslands

STRF

Sub-tropical rainforest including littoral rainforest

CTRF

Cool temperate rainforest

UPS

Upland swamps

DRF

Dry rainforest

WG

Aquatic or periodically flooded grasslands

ECCH

Eucalyptus forests of the cooler climates of the highlands on various soil types generally above 700m

WTRF

Warm temperate rainforest

ECLCTLNS

Eucalyptus forests mainly of the coastal lowlands & central tablelands on low nutrient soils: sandstones, sands. Mainly open forest and woodlands

OTHER




ECLHNS

Eucalyptus forests mainly of the coastal lowlands on medium to high nutrient soils. Mainly tall open forests

UNK

Unknown


Threats:Enter the appropriate abbreviation from the legend below to indicate the current (and future) threats acting on the significant species at this site.


BURN

Detrimental Burning Regimes

COLL

Indiscriminate Collecting

CROP

Cropping Including Clearing

DRAIN

Drainage/Reclamation

FOR

Forestry Activities

GRAZ

Grazing Including Clearing

HYBR

Hybridisation

IRRI

Irrigation

LOW

Low Numbers

MINE

Mining/Quarrying

PATH

Pathogens

POLL

Habitat Pollution

RECR

Recreation

ROAD

Road/Fence Construction

URBIND

Urban/Industrial Expansion

VECT

Loss of Pollination Vector

WEED

Competition from Weeds

WS

Water Storage














LAND CONSERVATION STATUS of the site: Enter appropriate code from legend below.


NP

National Park

SEPP14

Wetland

7(a)

Environmental zoning

NR

Nature Reserve

SEPP26

Rainforest

CA

Conservation agreement

FR

Flora Reserve

CLT

Crown Land Trust

NC

Not conserved
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