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Survey of threatened plant species in South East Queensland biogeographical region

QUEENSLAND CRA/RFA STEERING COMMITTEE

Survey of threatened plant species in South East queensland biogeographical region

Department of Environment

QUEENSLAND CRA/RFA STEERING COMMITTEE

For more information contact:

Regional Forest Assessments, Department of Natural Resources

Block C, 80 Meiers Road


INDOOROOPILLY QLD 4068

phone: 07 3896 9836


fax: 07 3896 9858

Forests Taskforce, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet

3-5 National Circuit


BARTON ACT 2600

phone: 02 6271 5181
fax: 02 6271 5511
© Queensland Government 1998© Commonwealth of Australia 1998

Forests Taskforce Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet


This work is copyright. Apart from fair dealing for the purpose of private study, research, criticism or review as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, no part of this document may be reproduced by any means without the joint permission from the Joint Commonwealth and Queensland RFA Steering Committee.
This project has been jointly funded by the Queensland and Commonwealth Governments. The work undertaken within this project has been managed by the joint Queensland / Commonwealth CRA RFA Steering Committee and overseen by the joint Queensland/Commonwealth CRA Environment and Heritage Technical Committee.


Disclaimer

The views and opinions expressed in this report are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Queensland and Commonwealth governments. The Queensland and Commonwealth governments do not accept responsibility for any advice or information in relation to this material.


Acknowledgements

This report was written and the survey conducted by David Halford, temporary botanist at the Queensland Herbarium. The project was supervised by Drs Gordon Guymer and Bill McDonald.



David Halford would like to thank the many people who provided information and assistance. Mark Lythall (National Parks and Wildlife Ranger) for information on Dodonaea rupicola. Barry Stark (Assistant Forest Ranger) and Russell Jack (Forest Ranger) for information about Wildhorse Mountain in Beerburrum Forestry District. Garry Thomas, (of Peregian Beach) for information and assistance in re-locating populations of Prostanthera sp. (Mt. Tinbeerwah P.R.Sharpe 4781). Will Buch (National Parks and Wildlife Ranger) for assistance in re-locating Leucopogon recurvisepalus in the Plunkett region. Malcolm Middis (National Parks and Wildlife Ranger), Charlie Lancaster (Forestry District Marketing Officer), Peter Munt (Forest Ranger), Bob Cutlack (Assistant Forest Ranger), Gary Ihle and Eddie Lindenberg for information and assistance in locating populations of Macrozamia parcifolia, M. parcifolia and M. lomandroides. Philip Sharpe, Lousie Hucks, Terry Boyle, Chris Appelman, Jian Wang, Mirianne Barker, Neil Snow, Joy Brushe and Wendy Drake for assistance in the field. The Chief Botanist of the Queensland Herbarium for access to the herbarium. Will Smith for the illustrations and preparation of the plates.

CONTENTS





Acknowledgements iv

CONTENTS vii

SUMMARY xi

1. cHAPTER ONE introduction 13

1.1 Preamble 13

1.2 objectives 13

2. cHAPTER Two Methods 14

2.1 Selecting target species 14

3. cHAPTER Three Results and Discussion 18

3.1 Preamble 18

3.2 Acacia attenuata Maiden & Blakely 18

3.3 Acacia baueri Benth. subsp. baueri 20

3.4 Acacia grandifolia pedley 24

3.5 Acacia perangusta (C.T. White) Pedley 27

3.6 Allocasuarina rigida subsp. exsul L.A.S. Johnson 29

3.7 Arthraxon hispidus (Thunb.) Makino 34

3.8 Bothriochloa bunyensis B.K. Simon 36

3.9 Clematis fawcettii F. Muell. 38

3.10 cycas megacarpa K. Hill 40

3.11 daviesia discolor pedley 43

3.12 dodonaea rupicola C.T. White 46

3.13 eucalyptus hallii brooker 53

3.14 Eucalyptus taurina A.R. Bean & Brooker 55

3.15 Haloragis exalata subsp. velutina Orchard 57

3.16 Lasiopetalum sp. (Proston J.A. Baker 17) 60

3.17 Leucopogon recurvisepalus C.T. White 62

3.18 Macrozamia lomandroides D.L. Jones 68

3.19 Macrozamia parcifolia P.I. Forst. & D.L. Jones 73

3.20 Macrozamia pauli-guilielmi W. Hill & F. Muell. 79

3.21 Marsdenia coronata Benth. 84

3.22 Medicosma elliptica T.G. Hartley 86

3.23 notelaea lloydii guymer 90

3.24 oldenlandia sp. (wietalaba N. gibson 1344) 92

3.25 parsonsia kroombitensis J.B. Williams 96

3.26 parsonsia larcomensis J.B. Williams 99

3.27 paspalidium grandispiculatum B.K. Simon 101

3.28 plectranthus nitidus P.I. Forst. 103

3.29 plectranthus omissus P.I. Forst. 105

3.30 plectranthus torrenticola P.I. Forst. 108

3.31 Prostanthera sp. (Mt Tinbeerwah P.R.Sharpe 4781) 110

3.32 rhodamnia sp. (calliope N. gibson 1335) 114

3.33 sophora fraseri Benth. 118

APPENDICES 123

REFERENCES 215



LIST OF TABLES


Table 2.1.1: ALPHABETICAL list of Threatened plant species recorded for State Forest (including Timber Reserves) in South East Queensland Biogeographical Region. 15

Table 3.6.1. Characters distinguishing Allocasuarina rigida subsp. exsul and Allocasuarina rigida subsp. rigida 30

Table 3.10.1. Characters distinguishing Cycas megacarpa, Cycas media and Cycas ophiolitica. 40

Table 3.11.1. Characters distinguishing Daviesia discolor and Daviesia arborea. 44

Table 3.11.2. Estimated abundance and area of occupancy for daviesia discolor sites on the coast range. 44

Table 3.12.1. Characters distinguishing Dodonaea rupicola and Dodonaea vestita. 47

Table 3.12.2. Estimated abundance, area of occupancy and land tenure for DODONAEA RUPICOLA sites. 49

Table 3.16.1. Characters distinguishing Lasiopetalum sp. (Proston J.A. Baker 17) and Lasiopetalum ferrugineum 60

Table 3.17.1. Estimated Abundance, area of occupancy and land tenure for Leucopogon recurvisepalus sites in Queensland surveyed in 1997. 63

Table 3.18.1. Estimated abundance, area of occupancy and Land tenure for Macrozamia lomandroides sites. 70

Table 3.18.2. demographic and coning data for selected sample sites of Macrozamia lomandroides. 71

Table 3.19.1. Estimated abundance, area of occupancy and land tenure for Macrozamia parcifolia sites. 75

Table 3.19.2. demographic and coning data for selected sample sites of Macrozamia parcifolia. 76

Table 3.20.1. Estimated abundance, area of occupancy and land tenure for Macrozamia pauli-guilielmi sites. 81

Table 3.21.1. Characters distinguishing Marsdenia coronata and Marsdenia brevis 84

Table 3.22.1. Characters distinguishing Medicosma ELLIPTICa, Medicosma obovata and medicosma sessiliflora. 87

Table 3.23.1. Characters distinguishing Notelaea lloydii and Notelaea microcarpa 91

Table 3.24.1. Characters distinguishing Oldenlandia sp. (Wietalaba N. Gibson 1344) and OLDENLANDIA polyclada 93

Table 3.26.1. Characters distinguishing parsonsia larcomensis and Parsonsia straminea 99

Table 3.29.1. Characters distinguishing Plectranthus omissus, Plectranthus argentatus and Plectranthus torrenticola 106

Table 3.30.1. Characters distinguishing Plectranthus torrenticola, Plectranthus argentatus and Plectranthus omissus 108

Table 3.31.1. Estimated Abundance, area of occupancy and land tenure for Prostanthera sp. (Mt Tinbeerwah P.R.Sharpe 4781) sites in Queensland surveyed in 1997. 111



LIST OF FIGURES


Figure 3.12.1: size class distribution of dodonaea rupicola population at mt cooee site 1. 50

Figure 3.17.1: size class distribution of leucopogon recurvisepalus population at Plunkett sites 1 and 2. 65

Figure 3.17.2: size class distribution of leucopogon recurvisepalus population at mt coochin and Mt Mee site 2. 66




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