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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Table 249 Aizoaceae species recorded from five or fewer PAs.

Species


No. 

Records


No. PAs

No. PAs 


>1000ha

EPBC 


status

Gunniopsis glabra

34

1



1

NL

Gunniopsis tenuifolia

69

1

0



NL

Tetragonia cristata

43

2



2

NL

Trianthema megasperma

90

2

2



NL

Trianthema cussackiana

42

3



3

NL

Gunniopsis calva

53

3

3



NL

Gunniopsis kochii

74

3



3

NL

Trianthema compacta

114

3

3



NL

Trianthema sp. coorabulka

36

4



3

NL

Gunniopsis intermedia

58

4

4



NL

Gunniopsis rodwayi

60

4



4

NL

Gunniopsis calcarea

128

4

4



NL

Trianthema oxycalyptra

149


4

4

NL



Trianthema patellitecta

96

5



4

NL

Trianthema turgidifolia

120

5

5



NL

Gunniopsis zygophylloides

250


5

4

NL



462

Zamiaceae

The ANHAT database has 4147 records for 42 species and subspecies of Zamiaceae. 

No species of Zamiaceae are considered extinct.

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

Table 250). These species had over 140 records each.

Table 250 Zamiaceae species that account for approximately 50% of the total species 

records in ANHAT.

Species

No. Records



% total records

Lepidozamia peroffskyana

145


3.50

Macrozamia mountperriensis

146


3.52

Macrozamia lomandroides

159


3.83

Macrozamia moorei

160


3.86

Macrozamia macdonnellii

176


4.24

Macrozamia lucida

208


5.02

Macrozamia riedlei

289


6.97

Macrozamia pauli-guilielmi

300


7.23

Macrozamia miquelii

563

13.58


Total

2146


51.75

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



251). Of those species, no species are classified as threatened. There are too few 

species and too little information available to reasonably determine any real patterns 

in the species in this category.  However, all of the species listed do come from 

eastern Austalia.  Exclusion of these poorly recorded species eliminates 89 records.



Table 251 Zamiaceae species with 30 or fewer individual site records in the ANHAT 

database.

Species

No. 


Records % in NRS Location

Veg 


type

Area


EPBC 

status


Macrozamia humilis

13

23.08



E

600


NL

Macrozamia montana

22

36.36



E

1100


NL

Macrozamia johnsonii

24

54.17



E

1000


NL

Macrozamia elegans

30

70.00



E

1100


NL

Removal of the records for the poorly recorded species leaves 4058 records in 

ANHAT for 38 species (and subspecies). The mean number of records per species for 

species with greater than 30 records was 107, with a mean of 35% of records in NRS.



463

Twelve species of Zamiaceae had 45% or greater of individual site records located 

within PAs (

Table 252). Of those 12 species, three species are classified as threatened, including 

one species classified as endangered. These species mostly are located in eastern 

Australia.  One species has over 97% of its records within PAs.

Table 252 Zamiaceae species with >45% of site records within PAs.

Species


No. Records 

in NRS


No. 

Records


% in 

NRS Location

Veg 

type Area



EPBC 

status


Macrozamia heteromera

23

50



46.00

E

7200



NL

Macrozamia viridis

17

35



48.57

E

400



NL

Macrozamia mountperriensis

76

146



52.05

2600


NL

Macrozamia dyeri

17

32



53.13

SW

1400



NL

Lepidozamia peroffskyana

81

145



55.86

E

6800



NL

Lepidozamia hopei

53

94



56.38

NE

3300



NL

Macrozamia macdonnellii

101

176

57.39

CI

3900

VU

Macrozamia lomandroides

96

159

60.38

1500

EN

Macrozamia douglasii

34

52



65.38

E

1400



NL

Macrozamia stenomera

32

44



72.73

E

2700



NL

Macrozamia occidua

31

39

79.49

E

500

VU

Macrozamia cardiacensis

37

38



97.37

300


NL

Four species had less than 10% of ANHAT records located within PAs (Table 253). 

Three of the four species are classified as threatened, including one endangered 

species.  Two of these species had no records currently within a PA.  The three 

species with location information come from eastern Australia.

Table 253 Zamiaceae species with <10% of ANHAT records located within PAs.

Species


No. Records 

in NRS


No. 

Records % in NRS

Locati

on

Veg 



type Area

EPBC 


status

Macrozamia conferta

0

64

0.00

E

1100

VU

Macrozamia cranei

0

76

0.00

E

1100

EN

464

Macrozamia machinii

3

103

2.91

E

1400

VU

Macrozamia serpentina

3

102



2.94

1800


NL

No Zamiaceae species had records in more than 100 separate reserves.

Twenty-four species had records in five or fewer PAs and 25 species had records in 

five or fewer PAs greater than 1000 hectares (Table 254). This is nearly two-thirds of 

the species with more than 30 records in the ANHAT database.  Ten species are listed 

as threatened, including four species classified as endangered. The majority of species 

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

300 site records.



Table 254 Zamiaceae species recorded from five or fewer PAs.

Species


No. Records No. PAs No. PAs >1000ha

EPBC 


status

Macrozamia conferta

64

0

0

VU

Macrozamia cranei

76

0

0

EN

Macrozamia longispina

33

1



1

NL

Macrozamia viridis

35

1

1



NL

Macrozamia cardiacensis

38

1



1

NL

Macrozamia plurinervia

38

1

1



NL

Macrozamia douglasii

52

1



1

NL

Macrozamia serpentina

102

1

1



NL

Macrozamia machinii

103

1

1

VU

Macrozamia crassifolia

110

1

1

VU

Macrozamia platyrhachis

119

1

1

EN

Macrozamia occidua

39

2

2

VU

Macrozamia heteromera

50

2



2

NL

Macrozamia lomandroides



159

2

2

EN

Macrozamia dyeri

32

3



3

NL

Macrozamia flexuosa

55

3

2



NL

Macrozamia fearnsidei

84

3

3

VU

Macrozamia parcifolia

120

3

2

VU

Macrozamia glaucophylla

33

4



4

NL

Macrozamia concinna

39

4

3



NL

Macrozamia stenomera

44

4



4

NL

Macrozamia diplomera

54

4

4



NL

Macrozamia polymorpha

78

4



4

NL

Macrozamia pauli-guilielmi



300

5

3

EN

465

Monimiaceae

The ANHAT database has 9926 records for 39 species and subspecies of 

Monimiaceae.  No species of Monimiaceae are considered extinct.

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



Table 255). These species have over 450 records each.  Hedycarya angustifolia is 

represented by over 2500 records.



Table 255 Monimiaceae species that account for approximately 50% of the total 

species records in ANHAT.

Species

No. Records



% total records

Wilkiea hugeliana

490


4.94

Palmeria scandens

598


6.03

Atherosperma moschatum

1142


11.51

Hedycarya angustifolia

2569


25.88

Total


4799

48.36


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

256). Of those species, one species is classified as endangered. There are too few 

species and too little information available to reasonably determine any patterns in the 

species in this category. These species cover 125 records.

Table 256 Monimiaceae 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


Daphnandra dielsii

1

0.00



100

NL

Hemmantia webbii

2

100.00


100

NL

Palmeria foremanii

13

23.08


E

800


NL

Wilkiea sp. mcdowall 

range

15

100.00



500

NL

Atherosperma 



moschatum 

integrifolium

21

52.38



1400

NL

Steganthera laxiflora 



lewisensis

23

100.00



700

NL

Wilkiea sp.



palmerston

23

100.00



700

NL

Daphnandra 



johnsonii

27

18.52

E

1000

EN

466

Removal of extinct and poorly recorded species leaves 9801 records in ANHAT for 

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

greater than 30 records was 316, with a mean of 55 for the percent of records in NRS.

Twenty species of Monimiaceae, approximately two-thirds of the species, have 45% 

or greater of individual site records located within PAs (



Table 257). Of those 20 species, no species are classified as threatened. These species 

all come from eastern Australia.  None have reservation levels greater than 85%.



Table 257 Monimiaceae 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


Doryphora 

sassafras

191


414

46.14


E,SE

24100


NL

Atherosperma 

moschatum

543


1142

47.55 E,SE,TAS

52200

NL

Wilkiea 



austroqueenslandi

ca

46

86



53.49

E

3600



NL

Wilkiea longipes

69

127



54.33

NE,E


4000

NL

Daphnandra 



repandula

205


369

55.56


NE

4700


NL

Steganthera 

laxiflora

159


282

56.38


8900

NL

Palmeria 



scandens

343


598

57.36


NE,E

28000


NL

Wilkiea pubescens

118


194

60.82


NE,E

6300


NL

Hedycarya 

loxocarya

167


261

63.98


NE,E

5000


NL

Doryphora 

aromatica

230


354

64.97


NE

6100


NL

Wilkiea smithii

30

45



66.67

NE

1600



NL

Austromatthaea 

elegans

168


250

67.20


NE

4600


NL

Wilkiea cordata

50

70



71.43

NE

2400



NL

Levieria 

acuminata

118


159

74.21


NE

3400


NL

Wilkiea 

angustifolia

285


379

75.20


NE

6100


NL

Steganthera 

macooraia

230


291

79.04


NE

3400


NL

Palmeria 

hypotephra

98

123



79.67

NE

2600



NL

Steganthera 

cooperorum

61

75



81.33

NE

2200



NL

467

Endressia 

wardellii

73

88



82.95

NE

2400



NL

Dryadodaphne 

trachyphloia

49

58



84.48

NE

800



NL

No Monimiaceae species had less than 10% of ANHAT records located within PAs.

One Monimiaceae species had records in more than 100 separate PAs (Table 258). 

This species had over 2500 records. This species is not listed under the EPBC Act.



Table 258 Monimiaceae species recorded at more than 100 PAs.

Species


No. Records

No. PAs


No. PAs >1000ha

EPBC 


status

Hedycarya angustifolia

2569


118

89

NL



A total of two species had records in five or fewer PAs and three species had records 

in five or fewer PAs greater than 1000 hectares (Table 259). Neither species is listed 

as threatened. All have records in at least one PA, including at least one PA greater 

than 1000 ha in size.



Table 259 Monimiaceae species recorded from five or fewer PAs.

Species


No. 

Records


No. 

reserves


No. 

Reserves 

>1000ha

EPBC 


status

Steganthera australiana

31

3



3

NL

Steganthera hirsuta

32

2

2



NL

468

Combretaceae

The ANHAT database has 17998 records for 39 species and subspecies of 

Combretaceae. No species of Combretaceae are considered extinct.

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



Table 260). These species have over 950 records each with Terminalia ferdinandiana

being represented by over 2000 records.



Table 260 Combretaceae species that account for approximately 50% of the total 

species records in ANHAT.

Species

No. Records



% total records

Terminalia volucris

970


5.38

Terminalia platyphylla

994


5.52

Terminalia muelleri

1317


7.31

Terminalia carpentariae

1616


8.97

Terminalia canescens

1998


11.10

Terminalia ferdinandiana

2042


11.34

Total


8937

49.62


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

261). Neither species is classified as threatened. There are too few species and too 

little information available to determine any patterns in the species in this category. 

Exclusion of these poorly recorded species eliminates 14 records.

Table 261 Combretaceae 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


Dansiea sp. altanmoui 

range


4

100


100

NL

Dansiea grandiflora

10

0

NE



200

NL

Removal of the records for the poorly recorded species leaves 17984 records for 37 



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

greater than 30 records was 486, with a mean of 25% of records in the NRS.

Six species of Combretaceae had 45% or greater of individual site records located 

within PAs (



Table 262). Of those six species, no species are classified as threatened. These 

species are found in eastern or northern Australia.



469

Table 262 Combretaceae 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


Terminalia pterocarya

368


785

46.88


CN

23700


NL

Dansiea elliptica

36

70



51.43

NE

1200



NL

Terminalia complanata

21

38



55.26

NE

800



NL

Macropteranthes fitzalanii

72

128



56.25

E

3400



NL

Terminalia ferdinandiana

1151


2042

56.37


CN

46200


NL

Terminalia carpentariae

1014


1616

62.75


CN

36700


NL

Eight species had less than 10% of ANHAT records located within PAs (Table 263). 

One of the eight species is classified as vulnerable.  One of these species has no 

records within a PA.  These species come from northern Australia.



Table 263 Combretaceae species with <10% of ANHAT records located within PAs.

Species


No. Records 

in NRS


No. 

Records


% in 

NRS


Location Veg 

type


Area 

km

2



EPBC 

status


Combretum 

trifoliatum

0

34



0.00

NE

300



NL

Terminalia prostrata

1

54



1.85

1900


NL

Terminalia 

cunninghamii

2

40



5.00

NW

2400



NL

Terminalia volucris

67

970



6.91

40700


NL

Macropteranthes 

kekwickii

32

440



7.27

CN,CI


13700

NL

Terminalia 



fitzgeraldii

10

133



7.52 NW,CN

5600


NL

Macropteranthes 

montana
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