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Non-Forest


5 Banksia

77 Mangrove

199 Riparian Shrubland

18 Casuarina Woodland

96 Natural Grassland




66 Herbfield and Fjaeldmark

141 Swamp




    Notes Accompanying Table 1

  1. The Forest Ecosystems listed and prioritised for the Upper North East Region in Table 1 have been identified as priorities for voluntary conservation on Private Land, based on the following criteria:

  • Identification by expert panels convened during the UNE and LNE CRA as Forest Ecosystems of concern on Private Land;

  • Ecosystems with 100% target set and not met, that have extant occurrences on Private Land;

  • Ecosystems with 60% target set and not met, that are ranked as highly vulnerable (CRA expert panel vulnerability rankings 1 and 2, based on key threatening processes) or are more than 50% cleared, and have more than 50% of their occurrence on Private Land;

  • Ecosystems with 15% target set and not met, that are ranked as highly vulnerable or are more than 50% cleared, and have more than 50% of their occurrence on Private Land.

  1. It should be noted that these are priorities only for protection by voluntary conservation mechanisms.


Table 2 Private Land priorities for the Lower North East CAR Reserve System

Priority for voluntary protection of Forest Ecosystems

Forests


2 Alpine Gum

87 Mixed Tableland Stringybark-Gum Open Forest

168 Rainforest

3 Baileys Stringybark

89 Moist Foothills Spotted Gum

174 Orange Gum-Tumbledown Gum-Apple

7 Barrington Moist Blue Gum-White Mahogany

90 Moist Messmate-Gum

175 Orange Gum-New England Blackbutt-Tumbledown Gum

8 Barrington Wet New England Blackbutt-Blue Gum

92 Moist Shrubby Stringybark-Gum

176 Orange Gum-Ironbark

11 Blackbutt-Sydney Peppermint-Smoothbarked Apple

93 Montane Stringybark-Gum

178 Outcrop Black Cypress-Tumbledown Gum

14 Brown Barrell

97 Needlebark Stringybark-Large Fruited Blackbutt

177 Outcrop Orange Gum-New England Blackbutt

17 Candlebark

99 New England Stringybark-Blakelys Red Gum

179 Yellow Box-Broad-leaved Stringybark

19 Central Mid Elevation Sydney Blue Gum

105 Nymboida Tallowwood-Turpentine

182 Apple-Black Cypress

21 Lowlands Grey Box

112 Paperbark

184 Tumbledown Gum-Ironbark

26 Coastal Flooded Gum

113 Peppermint

186 Open Tumbledown Gum-Black Cypress-Orange Gum

28 Cool Moist Messmate

114 Peppermint-Mountain/Manna Gum

189 Silverleaved Ironbark-Cypress

31 Dorrigo White Gum

116 Red Gum-Stringybark

190 Yellow Box-Grey Box-Red Gum

32 Dry Foothills Blackbutt-Turpentine

117 Red Mahogany

195 Apple-Manna Gum woodland

33 Dry Foothills Spotted Gum

120 River Oak

196 Broad-leaved Stringybark-Apple Box

34 Dry Grassy Blackbutt-Tallowwood

122 Rough-barked Apples

197 Broad-leaved Stringybark

41 Dry Open New England Blackbutt

123 Roundleaved Gum

198 Silvertop Stringybark

47 Escarpment Redgum

124 Roundleaved Gum-Turpentine

200 Broad-leaved Stringybark-Ribbon Gum

48 Escarpment Scribbly Gum-Apple

132 Snow Gum -Mountain/Manna Gum

207 Hunter Spotted Gum-Ironbark

54 Grey Box-Red Gum-Grey Ironbark

134 South Coast Shrubby Grey Gum

208 Hunter Roughbarked Apple- Red Gum

56 Granite Mallee

135 South Coast Tallowwood-Blue Gum

224 Coastal Apple-Stringybark-Scribbly Gum

57 Highland Granite Stringybarks

139 Stringybark-Apple

225 Wyong Apple-Scribbly Gum

58 Gorge Grey Gum

142 Swamp Mahogany

232 Watagan Spotted Gum-Ironbark-White Mahogany

70 High Elevation Open Spotted Gum

143 Swamp Oak

240 Roughbarked Apple-Redgum

72 Low Relief Coastal Blackbutt

146 Tallowwood

241 Ironbark-Redgum

73 Lowland Red Gum

149 Mallee-Peppermint mosaic

247 Coastal Bastard Mahogany Forest

79 Manna Gum-Stringybark

153 Wet Coastal Tallowwood-Brushbox

249 White Box-Ironbark-Red Gum

80 Manna Gum

154 Wet Flooded Gum-Tallowwood

250 Banksia Heath-Scribbly Gum-Apple

81 Messmate

162 Whitetopped Box




82 Messmate-Mountain Gum Forest

163 Yellow Box-Blakely's Red Gum













Non-Forest

5 Banksia

64 Heath

125 Saltbush

18 Casuarina Woodland

77 Mangrove

199 Riparian Shrubland

    Notes Accompanying Table 2

  1. The Forest Ecosystems listed and prioritised for the Lower North East Region in Table 2 have been identified as priorities for voluntary conservation on Private Land, based on the following criteria:

  • Identification by expert panels convened during the UNE and LNE CRA as forest ecosystems of concern on Private Land;

  • Ecosystems with 100% target set and not met, that have extant occurrences on Private Land;

  • Ecosystems with 60% target set and not met, that are ranked as highly vulnerable (CRA expert panel vulnerability rankings 1 and 2, based on key threatening processes) or are more than 50% cleared, and have more than 50% of their occurrence on Private Land;

  • Ecosystems with 15% target set and not met, that are ranked as highly vulnerable or are more than 50% cleared, and have more than 50% of their occurrence on Private Land.

  1. It should be noted that these are priorities only for protection by voluntary conservation mechanisms.



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