Sarah comer, sandra gilfillan, malcom grant, sarah barrett and lawrie anderson



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Community Status 

NVIS

1

 Condition

2

Trend

3

 Reliability

4

 Threatening 

Processes

5

 

East Stirling Range Montane Heath and 

Thicket 

CR 


28 

iii 



iii 

ii, viii (Phytopthora sp.), vii 

Thumb Peak, mid mount Barren, Woolburnup 

Hill Eucalyptus acies mallee heath 

VU 29 iv iv iii 

iii, 


iv 

Montane Mallee Thicket Community 

EN 

29 


ii 

iii 


iii 

viii (Phytopthora sp.) 

1

Appendix B, key f; 



2

Appendix C, rank 2; 

3

Appendix C, rank 3; 



4

Appendix C, rank 1; 

5

Appendix B, key e 



 

Other ecosystems at risk 

 


Esperance 1 

192

 

Department of Conservation and Land Management 

In general, plant communities comprising of susceptible 

plant species are threatened by dieback (Phytopthora 



cinnamomi) and can be considered as ecosystems at risk. 

These fungi eliminate numerous species of structurally 

and floristically dominant plant families such as the 

Proteaceae and Myrtaceae from ecosystems.

 

Beard Veg 

Assoc 

Community Status 

NVIS

1

 Condition

2

 Trend

3

 Reliability

4

 Threatening 

Processes

5

 

691 


Mallee heath on Quartzite ranges of the 

Fitzgerald River National Park - Eucalyptus 

spp. Heath on quartzite ranges 

DD, 


NE 

29 iv iv iii 

vii, 

viii 


936, 142 

Cocanarup Timber Reserve - Eucalyptus 



salmonophloia over Acacia acuminata 

woodland on red loams 

NE 

16 


iii 

ii 



vii, vi (agricultural 

weeds, Pycnantha

980, 38 

Shallow loam and sandy loam over schist 

Mountain peaks of eastern Stirling Range 

(surrounding the East Stirling Ranges 

Montane Thicket TEC) 

CR 28 


ii 

ii 


iii 

 

 



 

 

 



 

viii, vii, v (rabbit), xii 

(recreation) 

 

986 



High altitude peat swamps of the Stirling 

Range National Park Xyris exilis 

NE 

43 


ii-iii 

iii 


ii 

vii, v (rabbit) 

968 

Vegetation of ravines draining Southern 



Stirling Ranges 

NE 4  ii-iii  ii-iii  i vii, 

viii 

42 


Eucalyptus goniantha subsp. notactities 

mallee heath; Eucalyptus goniantha and E. 



calcicola on sandy limestone between Cape 

Riche and Bremer Bay 

NE, 

DD 


29 ii-iii iv i 

vii 


968, 4, 991 

Eucalyptus wandoo woodland on loamy 

clays of Stirling Range National Park 

NE 



iii 



iii 

vii, viii, vi (wild oats), xii 



(heavy Mistletoe 

infestations) 

982, 980 

Eucalyptus decipiens low woodland of on 

sandy gravels South Stirlings 

NE, 

DD 


29 

iii 


iv 

i (remnants remaining 



from broadscale 

vegetation clearing), vi 

(african love grass, 

veldt grass, Sydney 

wattle, Bridal Creeper), 

vii (Phytopthora sp.) 



Esperance 1 

A Biodiversity Audit of Western Australia’s 53 Biogeographical Subregions in 2002 

193 

 

Beard Veg 



Assoc 

Community Status 

NVIS

1

 Condition

2

 Trend

3

 Reliability

4

 Threatening 

Processes

5

 

931 


Eucalyptus occidentalis woodlands over 

loamy clay in riparian zones (low landscape 

position) 

NE, 


DD 

ii 



iii 

i (remnants remaining 



from broadscale 

vegetation clearing), iv 

(historical grazing), vi 

(thistle, bridle creeper, 

wild oats, taylorina, 

arum lily),x, xii (lerp - 

ptsidid)  

1967 


Eucalyptus occidentalis woodlands on high 

ground loam over granite 

NE, 

DD 


8, 9 

ii-iii 


iii-iv 

i (remnants remaining 



from broadscale 

vegetation clearing), iv, 

vi (wild oats),x, xii (lerp 

- ptsidid) 

980 

Jarrah-mallee heath on sandy gravels in the 



Cape Riche system 

NE, 


DD 

29 


ii 

iii 


i (remnants remaining 

from broadscale 

vegetation clearing), 

viii, vii, vi (potential for 

invasion of Victorian 

Teatree) 

931 


Stirling Range Upland Yate Woodlands (to 

15m) of Eucalyptus cornuta over a sparse 

shrub layer and open herbs. 

P4 


iii 



ii 

vii, v (rabbit), vi 

(Solanum nigrum

Carduus sp, 

Hypochoeris sp.) 

48 


North Porongurups Ironstone - Winter wet 

shrubland. Kunzea sp, Hakea sp dominants 

NE, 

DD 


32 ii iv i 

xii 


(restricted 

distribution) 

929 

Moort Woodlands - Eucalyptus platypus low 



forest on heavy clays 

NE, 


DD 

 



iv 

ix, i (remnants 



remaining from 

broadscale vegetation 

clearing), x, vii 

691, 552, 47 

Ravensthorpe Range - Proteaceous heath 

thickets of the Ravensthorpe Range laterite 

upland 

NE, 


DD 

30 


iii-iv 

iv 


vii, viii, xii (mining 

exploration) 

938, 352, 47 

Ravensthorpe Range - Mallet woodlands of 

breakaway slopes of Ravensthorpe Range 

NE, 

DD 


iii-iv 


iv 

xii (mining exploration), 



vii  

48, 980 


Banksia proteaceous heath on deep sands 

over gravel in the Waychinicup area 

NE, 

DD 


28 i ii i 

viii 


(Phytophthora sp.), 

vii, xii (human 

disturbance, recreation 

particularly 4WD vehicles 

and motor bikes) 

48, 980 


Hakea proteaceous heath of Mt Manypeaks 

and Waychinicup - Hakea cucullataH. elliptica 

and H. lasianthoides heaths on gravels over 

granite 


NE, 

DD 


28 ii-iii iii i 

viii 


(Phytopthora sp.), vii 

938, 352, 47 

Ravensthorpe Range - Eucalyptus spp on 

red loams lower foothills of the eastern 

Ravensthorpe Range 

NE, 


DD 

27 


iii 

iv 


i (remnants remaining 

from broadscale 

vegetation clearing), xii 

(mining exploration) 

48 


Banksia baxteri and Lambertia inermis heath 

on deep sands in Fitzgerald River National 

Park 

NE, 


DD 

28 iii iv i 

viii, 

vii 


48 

Banksia coccinea community in dieback free 

area - Gull Rock 

P2 

30 


 

ii 


ii 

viii (aerial canker, 

Armillaria, Phytopthora 

sp.), vii, xii (recreation) 

1

Appendix B, key f; 



2

Appendix C, rank 2; 

3

Appendix C, rank 3; 



4

Appendix C, rank 1; 

5

Appendix B, key e 



Species at risk 

 

Fauna 



 

Species Status 

Condition

1

Trend

2

 Reliability

3

 Threatening 

Processes

4

 

SCHEDULE 1; RARE/LIKELY TO BECOME EXTINCT, DIV 1 (MAMMALS) 

Dasyurus geoffroii 

iii 



iii 


v (fox, cat) vii 

Myrmecobius fasciatus (release) 

V ii 


unknow

iii 



v (fox, cat), vii, ii (loss of habitat) 

Parantechinus apicalis 

ii 



iv 

iii 


v (fox, cat), vii, viii 

Phascogale calura 

ii 



vi 

i-ii 


v (fox, cat), vii 

Pseudocheirus occidentalis 

ii 



iii-iv 

ii 


v (fox, cat), vii 

Pseudomys shortridgei 

ii 



iii-iv 

ii 


v (fox, cat), vii , xii (potential for mining in area) 

Setonix brachyurus 

iii 



iii 


v (fox, cat), vii, viii 

**Eubalaena australis 

unknown 



ii 


xii (whale watching; ecotourism) 

**Balaenoptera musculus  

unknown 



vi 

unknown 


xii (whale watching; ecotourism) 

Esperance 1 

194

 

Department of Conservation and Land Management 



**Megaptera novaeangliae 

unknown 



vi 

unknown 


xii (whale watching; ecotourism) 

SCHEDULE 1; RARE/LIKELY TO BECOME EXTINCT, DIV 2 (BIRDS) 

Atrichornis clamosus 

V ii-iii v iv 

vii 

Botaurus poiciloptilus 

unknown 



iii-iv 

ix, x (loss of drought refuges), iv 



Calyptorhynchus baudinii 

unknown 



vi 

unknown 


i, ii, vii 

Calyptorhynchus latirostris 

unknown 



vi 

unknown 


i, ii, vii 

Dasyornis longirostris 

V ii-iii vi 

unknown 

vii 


Leipoa ocellata 

unknown 



vi 

unknown 


v (foxes, cats, rabbits, goats), ii, vii, ix, iv, i 

Pezoporus wallicus flaviventris 



ii 

iii 


v (fox ,cat), vii, viii 

Psophodes nigrogularis oberon 

iii 



iv 


v (fox), vii, viii 

Psophodes nigrogularis nigrogularis 

ii-iii 



iii 


v (fox ), vii, viii 

**Cereopsis novaehollandiae grisea 

unknown 



iv 

unknown 


xii (climate change; historic hunting by humans) 

**Diomedea exulans 

unknown 



vi 

unknown 


xii (long line fishing, collision with trawlers) 

**Diomedea gibsoni

 



unknown 

vi 


unknown 

xii (long line fishing, collision with trawlers) 



**Thalassarche cauta

 



ii 

iv 


iii 

xii (long line fishing, collision with 

cables/trawlers) 

**Diomedea amsterdamensis 

unknown 


vi 

unknown 


xii (long line fishing, collision with trawlers) 

**Halobaena caerulea 

unknown 



vi 

unknown 


No information for species in region 

**Pterodroma mollis 

unknown 



vi 

unknown 


No information for species in region 

SCHEDULE 1; RARE/LIKELY TO BECOME EXTINCT, DIV 5 (FISH) 

**Carcharodon carcharias 

unknown 



vi 

unknown 


xii (incidental capture by fisheries; shark control 

activities such as targeted hunting and shark 

nets; removal of fins; ecotourism) 

**Carcharias Taurus 

unknown 



vi 

unknown 


xii (commercial and recreational fisheries; shark 

control activities such as targeted hunting and 

shark nets; ecotourism) 

SCHEDULE 1; RARE/LIKELY TO BECOME EXTINCT, DIV 6 (SNAILS) 

Undescribed Rhytidid sp. (WAM#2295-69) 

i-ii 


ii-iii 

ii 


vii, xii (climate change) 

Esperance 1 

A Biodiversity Audit of Western Australia’s 53 Biogeographical Subregions in 2002 

195 

 

Species Status 



Condition

1

Trend

2

 Reliability

3

 Threatening 

Processes

4

 

SCHEDULE 4; OTHER SPECIALLY PROTECTED FAUNA. DIVISION 3 (REPTILES) 

Morelia spilota imbricata 

SP 


iii 

vi 


i, v (grazers), xii (pasture improvement; 

predation) 

OTHER SPECIES AT RISK WITHIN THE SUBREGION 

Neophoca cinera 

Near 


Threaten

ed 


unknown unknow

unknown 



xii (historic harvesting of high numbers of 

individuals has lead to small population size; 

commercial fishing removing food source and 

net entanglements); xi (pollution via oil spills is a 

potential threat) 

Arctocephalus forsteri 

Conserva


tion 

Dependa


nt 

unknown unknow

unknown 


xii (historic harvesting of high numbers of 

individuals has lead to small population size; 

commercial fishing removing food source and 

net entanglements) 

Species marked with **asterisks indicate these species are occasional visitors to the subregion. 

1

Appendix C, rank 2; 



2

Appendix C, rank 3; 

3

Appendix C, rank 1; 



4

Appendix B, key e 

 

Flora 


 

In general, plant communities comprising of susceptible 

plant species are threatened by dieback (Phytopthora 

cinnamomi) and can be considered as ecosystems at risk. 

These fungi eliminate numerous species of structurally 

and floristically dominant plant families such as the 

Proteaceae and Myrtaceae from ecosystems. 

 

Species Name 

Status 

Condition

1

Trend

2

  Reliability

3

Threatening Processes

4

 

DECLARED RARE FLORA 

Andersonia axilliflora 

CR i 


ii 

iii 


viii, 

vii 


Banksia brownii 

CR i 


ii 

iii 


viii, 

vii 


Caladenia bryceana subsp. bryceana 

CR  ii v ii 

vi 

(Myrsiphyllum asparagoidesOxalis sp., Annual 



grasses), v (rabbit), xii (small number of individuals)

Daviesia glossosema 

CR 


ii 


iii 

viii, vii, xii (small number of individuals) 



Daviesia pseudaphylla 

CR 


ii 


iii 

viii, vii, xii (small number of individuals) 



Drakaea confluens 

CR 


ii 

ii 



xii (small number of individuals) 

Dryandra anatona 

CR i 


ii 

iii 


viii, 

vii 


Dryandra montana 

CR 


ii 


iii 

viii, vii, xii (small number of individuals) 



Grevillea maxwellii 

CR 


ii 

iii 



xii (drought), vii 

Isopogon uncinatus 

CR i 


iii 

iii 


viii 

Lambertia orbifolia 

CR 


ii 

ii 



viii, vii, xii (restricted distribution) 

Leucopogon gnaphalioides 

CR 


ii 


iii 

vii, viii, xii (small number of individuals) 



Nemcia luteifolia 

CR 


ii 

iii 


iii 

viii, xii (single population) 



Persoonia micranthera 

CR 


ii 


iii 

viii, vii, xii (small number of individuals) 



Acacia rhamphophylla 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (single population) 

Adenanthos cunninghamii 

E iii 


iv 

ii 


 

ix (small number of individuals), vii (Phytopthora 

sp.) 

Anigozanthos bicolor subsp. minor 

E i 


vi 

ii 


ii 

Apium prostratum subsp. phillipii 

iii 



iv 

ii 


vi (Dolichus pea, Rubus fruticosus, Myosotis 

sylvatica

Boronia clavata 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution, small number of 

individuals) 



Centrolepis caespitosa 

ii 



iv 

ii 


vi, xii (roadworks) 

Coopernookia georgei 

iv 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Darwinia collina 

E i 


iii 

ii 


viii, 

vii 


Darwinia oxylepis 

E ii 


iii 

ii 


viii 

Esperance 1 

196

 

Department of Conservation and Land Management 

 

Species Name 

Status 

 Condition

1

Trend

2

 Reliability

3

 Threatening 

Processes

4

 

Darwinia sp. Stirling Range (G.J.Keighery 5732) 

E ii 


iii 

ii 


viii, 

vii 


Darwinia wittwerorum 

E ii 


iii 

iii 


viii 

Daviesia megacalyx 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Dryandra ionthocarpa 

ii 



iii 

iii 


viii, vii, vi (Myrsiphyllum asparagoides, Citrullus 

lanatus, annual grasses, cape weed), xii  

Eucalyptus bennettiae 

ii 



iv 

ii 


xii (small number of individuals) 

Eucalyptus burdettiana 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Eucalyptus coronata 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Grevillea infundibularis 

iv 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Lambertia fairallii 



ii 

iii 


viii, vii, xii (restricted distribution) 

Myoporum cordifolium 

iii 



iii 


vii, xii (roadworks, small number of individuals), 

ix 


Orthrosanthus muelleri 

ii 



iv 

ii 


vi (annual grasses), ix 

Sphenotoma drummondii 

E ii 


iii 

ii 


viii 

Verticordia fimbrilepis subsp australis 

unknown 



unknown 


Unknown threatening processes  

Verticordia pityrhops 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Villarsia calthifolia 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Xyris exilis 

ii 



iii 

ii 


vii (single population) 

Acacia awestoniana 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Acacia trulliformis 

V ii 


iii 

ii 


ii 

 

Adenanthos dobagii 

iv 


iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Adenanthos ellipticus 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Adenanthos pungens subsp. pungens 

iv 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Andersonia pinaster 

V ii 


iii 

iii 


viii 

Asplenium obtusatum 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Banksia goodii 

iii 



iv 

ii 


ii, xii (road works)  

Banksia verticillata 

V iii 


iv 

ii 


viii 

(Phytopthora sp., Armillaria, canker) 



Caladenia harringtonii 

V unknown 

vi 

unknown 


vi 

(Watsonia sp, Acacia longifoliaSenecio 



glastifolius

Chordifex abortivus 

iv 



iv 

ii 


vii (single population) 

Conostylis misera 

V iii 


iii 

ii 


vi 

(Leptospermum laevigatumWatsonia sp, 



Eragrostis curvula), v (rabbit) 

Darwinia meeboldii 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Darwinia squarrosa 

V iii 


iii 

ii 


viii, 

vii 


Deyeuxia drummondii 

ii 



ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Drakaea micrantha 

ii 



iv 

ii 


xii (small number of individuals) 

Eremophila denticulata subsp. denticulata 

V iii 


iv 

ii 


vii 

Eremophila veneta 

V ii 


iv 

ii 


ix, 

iv 


Kunzea pauciflora 

iii 



ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Laxmannia jamesii 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (small number of individuals) 

Lepidium aschersonii 

unknown 



unknown 


Unknown threatening processes 

Marianthus villosus 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Meziella trifida 

unknown 



vi 

unknown 


Unknown threatening processes 

Microtis globula 

V iii 


iv 

ii 


vii 

Pleurophascum occidentale 

V iii 


ii 


vii 

Ricinocarpos trichophorus 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (small number of individuals) 

Stylidium galioides 

iv 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Thelymitra psammophila 

iii 



ii 


xii (small number of individuals), vi (annual 

grasses), ix 



Tribonanthes purpurea 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 

Verticordia carinata 

iii 



iv 

ii 


xii (restricted distribution) 



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