Focusing on the Landscape Biodiversity in Australia’s National Reserve System Part B: Vascular Flora a report for Caring for Country



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Portulacaceae

The ANHAT database has 14287 records for 63 species and subspecies of 

Portulacaceae. No species of Portulacaceae are considered extinct.

Five species account for approximately 50% of the total species records in ANHAT (

Table 197). These species have over 800 records each and, in the case of the 

Parakeelya eremaea, over 3100 records.

Table 197 Portulacaceae species that account for approximately 50% of the total 

species records in ANHAT.

Species

No. Records



% total records

Parakeelya granulifera

850


5.95

Portulaca bicolor

870


6.09

Neopaxia australasica

872


6.10

Parakeelya calyptrata

1343


9.40

Parakeelya eremaea

3195


22.36

Total


7130

49.9


Twenty-two species (one-third) had 30 or fewer individual site records in the ANHAT 

database (



Table 198). No species are classified as threatened.  There is insufficient information 

to determine patterns in the species in this category.  Exclusion of these poorly 

recorded species eliminates 280 records.

Table 198 Portulacaceae species with 30 or fewer individual site records in the 

ANHAT database.

Species

No. 


Records

% in 


NRS Location Veg type

Area km


2

EPBC status



Calandrinia sp.

bungalbin

1 100.00


100

NL

Parakeelya tepperiana

2

0.00


100

NL

Calandrinia sp. nov 



svl2043

3

33.33



300

NL

Montia perfoliata

3

0.00


SE

200


NL

Parakeelya 

sphaerophylla

3

33.33



300

NL

Calandrinia sp.



yinberrie hills

4

0.00



100

NL

Montia fontana 



fontana

5

40.00



500

NL

Parakeelya composita

5

0.00


300

NL

Parakeelya nana

6

16.67


300

NL


435

Calandrinia 

kalanniensis

9

44.44



SW

500


NL

Parakeelya papillata

12

0.00



1100

NL

Portulaca bicolor 



rosea

12

25.00



2100

NL

Portulaca tuberosa

12

0.00


900

NL

Portulaca conspicua

13

15.38 NW,WI



900

NL

Montia fontana 



amporitana

17

41.18



1400

NL

Portulaca clavigera

19

10.53


NW

800


NL

Portulaca cyclophylla

19

10.53



1700

NL

Parakeelya polypetala

24

29.17


1300

NL

Parakeelya tumida

25

12.00


900

NL

Parakeelya 



spergularina

27

29.63



2300

NL

Calandrinia dielsii

29 100.00

1000


NL

Parakeelya creethae

30

26.67



2600

NL

Removal of the poorly recorded species leaves 14007 records in ANHAT for 41 



species (and subspecies). The mean number of records per species for species with 

greater than 30 records was 342, with a mean of 31% of records in the NRS.

Seven species of Portulacaceae have more than 45% of their individual record sites 

located within PAs (



Table 199). No species are classified as threatened. The species with the highest level 

of reservation has just below 91% of its records in PAs.  The ranges of these species 

vary widely in size.

Table 199 Portulacaceae species with >45% of site records within PAs.

Species


No. 

Records in 

NRS

No. 


Records

% in 


NRS

Location


Veg 

type


Area 

km

2



EPBC 

status


Parakeelya 

corrigioloides

113


247

45.75


17100

NL

Parakeelya 



eremaea

1552


3195

48.58


160900

NL

Sedopsis filsonii

66

119


55.46

CI

3600



NL

Parakeelya 

granulifera

489


850

57.53


49500

NL

Parakeelya 



brevipedata

80

131



61.07

8900


NL

Liparophyllum 

gunnii

31

35



88.57

TAS


2500

NL

Parakeelya porifera

90

99

90.91



4800

NL


436

Two species had less than 10% of ANHAT records located within PAs (Table 200), 

one of which has no records in a PA. Neither species are classified as threatened.

Table 200 Portulacaceae species with <10% of ANHAT records located within PAs.

Species


Inside 

NRS


No. 

Records


% in 

NRS Location

Veg 

type


Area 

km

2



EPBC 

status


Sedopsis armitii

0

34



0

1100


NL

Portulaca digyna

12

160



7.5

NW,CN,


EI,CI

8100


NL

Three Portulacaceae species had records in more than 100 separate PAs (Table 201). 

Two species in this list had over 1000 records, with an average of 1796 records per 

species. No species classified as threatened.



Table 201 Portulacaceae species recorded at more than 100 reserves.

Species


No. Records

No. PAs


No. PAs >1000ha

EPBC 


status

Parakeelya granulifera

850


126

84 NL


Parakeelya calyptrata

1343


228

125 NL


Parakeelya eremaea

3195


251

164 NL


A total of eight species had records in five or fewer PAs (Table 202). No species are 

listed as threatened. The majority of species in this list had fewer than 100 individual 

site records and no species had more than 160 site records.  

Table 202 Portulacaceae species recorded from five or fewer PAs.

Species


No. Records

No. PAs


EPBC 

status


Sedopsis armitii

34

0



NL

Calandrinia sp. oblong

35

3



NL

Parakeelya lehmannii

37

3



NL

Parakeelya strophiolata

42

3



NL

Portulaca digyna

160


3

NL

Parakeelya primuliflora

44

4

NL



Parakeelya pleiopetala

65

4



NL

Parakeelya arenicola

78

5



NL

Seven species of Portulacaceae had records in five or fewer PAs greater than 1000 

hectares, and no species are classified as threatened (


437

Table 203).  



Table 203 Portulacaceae species recorded in five or fewer PAs greater than 1000 

hectares.

Species

No. Records



No. PAs >1000ha EPBC status

Parakeelya lehmannii

37

1



NL

Calandrinia sp. oblong

35

3



NL

Parakeelya strophiolata

42

3



NL

Portulaca digyna

160


3

NL

Parakeelya primuliflora

44

4

NL



Parakeelya pleiopetala

65

4



NL

Parakeelya arenicola

78

4



NL

438

Lentibulariaceae

The ANHAT database has 8526 records for 63 species and subspecies of 

Lentibulariaceae. No species of Lentibulariaceae are considered extinct.

Seven species account for approximately 50% of the total species records in ANHAT 

(Table 204). These species have over 300 records each and Utricularia dichotoma

over 1100 records.



Table 204 Lentibulariaceae species that account for approximately 50% of the total 

species records in ANHAT.

Species

No. Records



% Total Records

Utricularia uliginosa

309


3.624208

Utricularia leptoplectra

343


4.022989

Utricularia gibba

455


5.336617

Utricularia caerulea

466


5.465635

Utricularia aurea

580


6.802721

Utricularia chrysantha

930


10.90781

Utricularia dichotoma

1157


13.57026

Total


4240

49.73024


Twenty-five species in the family Lentibulariaceae had 30 or fewer individual site 

records in the ANHAT database (



Table 205). This represents 40% of all the species with records.  No species in this 

category are classified as threatened.  Nearly all of the species with location 

information are from western or central Australia.  Due to time constraints there is no 

vegetation information available for these species.  The range areas are no greater 

than 2000 km

2

.  Exclusion of these poorly recorded species eliminates 259 records.  



Table 205 Lentibulariaceae species with 30 or fewer individual site records in the 

ANHAT database.

Species

No. 


Records % in NRS Location

Veg type


Area 

km

2



EPBC 

status


Polypompholyx multifida

1

100.00



200

NL

Utricularia inflexa

2

50.00


200

NL

Utricularia scandens

2

0.00


200

NL

Utricularia terrae-reginae

2

0.00


NE

100


NL

Polypompholyx tenella

3

0.00



SW

200


NL

Utricularia albiflora

3

0.00



100

NL

Utricularia flava

3

0.00


300

NL

Utricularia paulineae

3

33.33


200

NL

Utricularia kenneallyi

4

0.00


NW

400


NL

Utricularia antennifera

6

0.00



400

NL

Utricularia helix

7

100.00


SW

200


NL

439

Utricularia tridactyla

8

0.00



NW

400


NL

Utricularia rhododactylos

10

20.00



400

NL

Utricularia petertaylorii

11

27.27


900

NL

Utricularia westonii

11

72.73


SW

500


NL

Utricularia georgei

12

75.00



NW

800


NL

Utricularia cheiranthos

14

50.00



400

NL

Utricularia fistulosa

14

14.29


NW

1000


NL

Utricularia foveolata

15

66.67



800

NL

Utricularia simplex

17

29.41


1600

NL

Utricularia subulata

18

38.89


CN

700


NL

Utricularia benthamii

19

36.84



SW

1500


NL

Utricularia singeriana

22

40.91



NW,CN

900


NL

Utricularia dunstaniae

26

23.08



CN

1100


NL

Utricularia volubilis

26

42.31



SW

2000


NL

Removal of the poorly recorded species leaves 8267 records in ANHAT for 38 

species (and subspecies). The mean number of records per species for species with 

greater than 30 records was 218 and these species have a mean of 39% of their 

records in the NRS.

Ten species, around 25%, of Lentibulariaceae had 45% or greater of individual site 

records located within PAs (Table 206), but none had greater than 75% in PAs. None 

of the species in this category are classified as threatened. They are distributed evenly 

across Australia and have small to moderate range sizes.

Table 206 Lentibulariaceae species with >45% of site records within PAs.

Species


No. 

Records 


in NRS

No. 


Records

% in 


NRS

Location


Veg 

type


Area 

km

2



EPBC 

status


Utricularia 

circumvoluta

25

54



46.30

NE,CN


1900

NL

Utricularia limosa

117

245


47.76

NE,NW,


CN

9800


NL

Utricularia tenella

136


275

49.45


SW,SE, 

CS,TAS


19100

NL

Utricularia 



leptorhyncha

38

68



55.88

CN

2800



NL

Utricularia tubulata

22

37



59.46

NW,CN


1500

NL

Utricularia fulva

160

262


61.07

CN

7100



NL

Utricularia uniflora

40

64



62.50

E

5700



NL

Utricularia monanthos

64

96



66.67

E,SE


6700

NL

Utricularia arnhemica

110

156


70.51

NW,CN


4500

NL

Utricularia dunlopii

34

47

72.34



CN

1900


NL

440

No species had less than 10% of ANHAT records located within PAs.  This is the first 

family in this analysis to not have a species in this category. 

Only one species in the family Lentibulariaceae had records in more than 100 separate 

PAs (Table 207).  The species is not listed under the EPBC Act.

Table 207 Lentibulariaceae species recorded at more than 100 PAs.

Species


No. Records

No. PAs


No. PAs >1000ha

EPBC 


status

Utricularia dichotoma

1157


136

102


NL

Thirteen species, 33% of those with more than 30 records, had records in five or 

fewer PAs (Table 208). No species are listed as threatened. The majority of species in 

this list had fewer than 100 individual site records and no species had more than 270 

site records.  All species have records within a PA.

Table 208 Lentibulariaceae species recorded from five or fewer PAs.

Species


No. Records

No. PAs


EPBC status

Utricularia kamienskii

89

1



NL

Utricularia triflora

53

2



NL

Utricularia arnhemica

156


2

NL

Utricularia circumvoluta

54

3

NL



Utricularia holtzei

63

3



NL

Utricularia hamiltonii

71

3



NL

Utricularia fulva

262


3

NL

Utricularia tubulata

37

4

NL



Utricularia involvens

57

4



NL

Utricularia inaequalis

33

5



NL

Utricularia dunlopii

47

5



NL

Utricularia quinquedentata

61

5



NL

Utricularia leptorhyncha

68

5



NL

Thirteen species of Lentibulariaceae had records in five or fewer PAs greater than 

1000 hectares, no species are classified as threatened (Table 209).

Table 209 Lentibulariaceae species recorded in five or fewer PAs greater than 1000 

hectares.

Species

No. Records



No. PAs >1000ha

EPBC status



Utricularia kamienskii

89

1



NL

Utricularia triflora

53

2



NL

Utricularia arnhemica

156


2

NL

Utricularia inaequalis

33

3

NL



441

Utricularia circumvoluta

54

3



NL

Utricularia holtzei

63

3



NL

Utricularia hamiltonii

71

3



NL

Utricularia fulva

262


3

NL

Utricularia tubulata

37

4

NL



Utricularia involvens

57

4



NL

Utricularia leptorhyncha

68

4



NL

Utricularia dunlopii

47

5



NL

Utricularia quinquedentata

61

5



NL

442

Zygophyllaceae

The ANHAT database has 26875 records for 61 species and subspecies of 

Zygophyllaceae.  No species of Zygophyllaceae are considered extinct.

Seven species account for approximately 50% of the total species records in ANHAT 

(Table 210). These species each have over 1000 records each.  Zygophyllum 

apiculatum is represented by over 2700 records.

Table 210 Zygophyllaceae species that account for approximately 50% of the total 

species records in ANHAT.

Species

No. Records



% Total Records

Zygophyllum ammophilum

1222


4.55

Zygophyllum ovatum

1243


4.63

Zygophyllum eremaeum

1407


5.24

Tribulus terrestris

1695


6.31

Nitraria billardierei

2233


8.31

Zygophyllum aurantiacum

2637


9.81

Zygophyllum apiculatum

2718


10.11

Total


13155

48.96


Eleven species had 30 or fewer individual site records in the ANHAT database (Table

211). No species are classified as threatened. Exclusion of these poorly recorded 

species eliminates 127 records. The small number of remaining species and limited 

information available for many makes it difficult to determine whether any patterns 

exist within the different reservation categories. 



Table 211 Zygophyllaceae species with 30 or fewer individual site records in the 

ANHAT database.

Species

No. 


Records

% in 


NRS Location

Veg 


type

Area 


km

2

EPBC 



status

Tribulopis sp. koolan island

1

0.00



100

NL

Tribulopis sp. mitchell plateau

1

0.00


100

NL

Tribulopis homalococca

3

0.00


200

NL

Tribulus adelacanthus

4

0.00


400

NL

Tribulus sp. long-styled eichlerianus

6

0.00


400

NL

Zygophyllum halophilum

6

33.33


500

NL

Tribulopis homalococca alifer

8

37.50


300

NL

Zygophyllum reticulatum

16

25.00


1200

NL

Tribulus sp. saline flats

23

13.04


2100

NL

Zygophyllum lobulatum

29

20.69


W

2000


NL

Tribulopis sessilis

30

23.33



NW

1200


NL

443

Removal of extinct and poorly recorded species leaves 26748 records in ANHAT for 

50 species (and subspecies). The mean number of records per species for species with 

greater than 30 records was 535, with a mean of 22% of records in the NRS.

Two species of Zygophyllaceae had 45% or greater of individual record sites located 

within PAs (Table 212). Neither of those species is classified as threatened.  Both 

species had 50% of their record sites in PAs.

Table 212 Zygophyllaceae species with >45% of site records within PAs.

Species


No. Records 

in NRS


No. 

Records


% in 

NRS


Location

Veg 


type

Area 


km

2

EPBC 



status

Zygophyllum flavum

19

38



50

CS

2700



NL

Zygophyllum billardierei

424


836

50.72


SW,E,W 

SE,CS,TAS

3690

0

NL



Five species had less than 10% of ANHAT records located within PAs (Table 213). 

None of the five species are classified as threatened.  All had at least one record 

within a PA.

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