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EPBC Act (1999) threatened ecological communities



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EPBC Act (1999) threatened ecological communities


Threatened ecological communities

Name

Listing status

% of total
distribution*


% of zone**

Thrombolite (microbialite) Community of a Coastal Brackish Lake (Lake Clifton)

Critically
Endangered

100

0.14

Thrombolite (microbial) community of coastal freshwater lakes of the Swan Coastal Plain (Lake Richmond)

Endangered

100

0.01

Aquatic Root Mat Community in Caves of the Swan Coastal Plain

Endangered

100

0.05

Assemblages of plants and invertebrate animals of tumulus
(organic mound) springs of the Swan Coastal Plain

Endangered

100

0.04

Sedgelands in Holocene dune swales of the southern Swan Coastal Plain

Endangered

100

0.47

Shrublands and Woodlands on Muchea Limestone of the Swan Coastal Plain

Endangered

100

0.07

Shrublands and Woodlands on Perth to Gingin ironstone (Perth to Gingin ironstone association) of the Swan Coastal Plain

Endangered

100

0.04

Corymbia calophylla – Xanthorrhoea preissii woodlands and shrublands of the Swan Coastal Plain

Endangered

99.91

0.10

Corymbia calophylla – Kingia australis woodlands on heavy soils of the Swan Coastal Plain

Endangered

97

0.06

Claypans of the Swan Coastal Plain

Critically
Endangered

94.8

0.54

Shrublands and Woodlands of the eastern Swan Coastal Plain

Endangered

77.02

0.02

Shrublands on southern Swan Coastal Plain ironstones

Endangered

63.24

0.01

* % of the total national distribution describes the proportion of the total national distribution of the Threatened Ecological Community that is found within the zone.

** % of the total zone area describes the proportion of the zone that the Threatened Ecological Community is likely or known to occur in.

It should be noted that the identification of any given Threatened Ecological Community above does not imply that the Threatened Ecological Community (TEC) is found uniformly across the Conservation Management Zone. Rather, the % of the TEC’s total distribution (*) within the zone is an indication of its importance to that zone in terms of conservation efforts. The % of the zone (**) indicates how rare, or difficult the ecological community may be to find within the zone.



The threatened ecological communities above are listed under The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act), which is the Australian Government’s principal environmental legislation. For more information, please refer to http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/threatened/communities

EPBC Act (1999) threatened species


Threatened mammals

Common name

Scientific name

Status

% of total
distribution*


% of zone**

Woylie

Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi

Endangered

24.29

17.23

Dibbler

Parantechinus apicalis

Endangered

6.77

73.25

Western Ringtail Possum

Pseudocheirus occidentalis

Vulnerable

0.01

0.01

Chuditch, Western Quoll

Dasyurus geoffroii

Vulnerable

May be present

May be present

Burrowing Bettong (Shark Bay), Boodie

Bettongia lesueur lesueur

Vulnerable

May be present

May be present

Black-flanked Rock-wallaby

Petrogale lateralis lateralis

Vulnerable

May be present

May be present

Quokka

Setonix brachyurus

Vulnerable

May be present

May be present

Blue Whale

Balaenoptera musculus

Endangered

n/a

n/a

Southern Right Whale

Eubalaena australis

Endangered

n/a

n/a

Australian Sea-lion

Neophoca cinerea

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Humpback Whale

Megaptera novaeangliae

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a



Threatened birds

Common name

Scientific name

Status

% of total
distribution*


% of zone**

Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo,
Short-billed Black-Cockatoo

Calyptorhynchus latirostris

Endangered

8.05

30.08

Australian Painted Snipe

Rostratula australis

Endangered

6.8

98.33

Australasian Bittern

Botaurus poiciloptilus

Endangered

1.36

5.13

Northern Royal Albatross

Diomedea epomophora sanfordi

Endangered

0.43

29.95

Amsterdam Albatross

Diomedea exulans amsterdamensis

Endangered

0.23

2.99

Tristan Albatross

Diomedea exulans exulans

Endangered

0.2

4.87

Southern Giant-Petrel

Macronectes giganteus

Endangered

0.01

1.92

Baudin’s Black-Cockatoo,
Long-billed Black-Cockatoo

Calyptorhynchus baudinii

Vulnerable

0.01

1.92

Australian Fairy Tern

Sternula nereis nereis

Vulnerable

0.01

1.92

Malleefowl

Leipoa ocellata

Vulnerable

0.01

1.74

White-capped Albatross

Thalassarche cauta steadi

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Southern Royal Albatross

Diomedea epomophora epomophora

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Shy Albatross, Tasmanian Shy Albatross

Thalassarche cauta cauta

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Indian Yellow-nosed Albatross

Thalassarche carteri

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Forest Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo

Calyptorhynchus banksii naso

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Northern Giant-Petrel

Macronectes halli

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Soft-plumaged Petrel

Pterodroma mollis

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Slender-billed Thornbill (western)

Acanthiza iredalei iredalei

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Campbell Albatross

Thalassarche melanophris impavida

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Blue Petrel

Halobaena caerulea

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Wandering Albatross

Diomedea exulans (sensu lato)

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Australian Lesser Noddy

Anous tenuirostris melanops

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Black-browed Albatross

Thalassarche melanophris

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

* % of total distribution describes the proportion of the total national distribution of the threatened species that is found within the zone.

** % of zone describes the proportion of the zone that the threatened species is likely or known to occur in.

The % of zone indicates how rare, or difficult the species may be to find within the zone.

Threatened reptiles

Common Name

Scientific name

Status

% of total
distribution*


% of zone**

Western Swamp Tortoise

Pseudemydura umbrina

Critically
Endangered

100

0.01

Lancelin Island Skink

Ctenotus lancelini

Vulnerable

99.7

0.0007

Jurien Bay Skink, Jurien Bay Rock-skink

Liopholis pulchra longicauda

Vulnerable

99.32

0.004

Loggerhead Turtle

Caretta caretta

Endangered

0.01

2.25

Leatherback Turtle, Leathery Turtle, Luth

Dermochelys coriacea

Endangered

0.01

2.06

Flatback Turtle

Natator depressus

Vulnerable

0.01

2.25

Green Turtle

Chelonia mydas

Vulnerable

0.01

2.25



Other threatened fauna

Common name

Scientific name

Status

% of total
distribution*


% of zone**

a short-tongued bee

Leioproctus douglasiellus

Critically
Endangered

100

0.02

A native bee

Neopasiphae simplicior

Critically
Endangered

100

0.02

Dunsborough Burrowing Crayfish

Engaewa reducta

Critically
Endangered

20.59

0.09

Shield-backed Trapdoor Spider, Black Rugose Trapdoor Spider

Idiosoma nigrum

Vulnerable

May be present

May be present

Great White Shark

Carcharodon carcharias

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Grey Nurse Shark (west coast population)

Carcharias taurus
(west coast population)


Vulnerable

n/a

n/a

Whale Shark

Rhincodon typus

Vulnerable

n/a

n/a



Threatened flora

Common Name

Scientific name

Status

% of total
distribution*


% of zone**

Limestone Pea

Chorizema varium

Endangered

100

0.11

Baby Blue Orchid, Blue Babe-in-the-cradle Orchid, Blue Babe-in-a-cradle

Epiblema grandiflorum
var. cyaneum


Endangered

100

0.01

One-sexed Hydatella

Hydatella dioica

Endangered

100

0.14

Bussell’s Spider-orchid

Caladenia busselliana

Endangered

100

0.11

Tufted Plumed Featherflower

Verticordia plumosa
var. ananeotes


Endangered

100

0.01

Swamp Starflower

Calytrix breviseta subsp. breviseta

Endangered

100

0.19

Narrow-petalled Featherflower, Mundijong Featherflower

Verticordia plumosa var. pleiobotrya

Endangered

100

0.28

Yanchep Mallee, Wabling Hill Mallee

Eucalyptus argutifolia

Vulnerable

100

0.96

Beaked Lepidosperma

Lepidosperma rostratum

Endangered

99.97

10.21

Dwellingup Synaphea

Synaphea stenoloba

Endangered

99.71

3.96

Glossy-leafed Hammer-orchid,
Praying Virgin

Drakaea elastica

Endangered

99.51

28.61

Curved-leaf Grevillea

Grevillea curviloba subsp. curviloba

Endangered

99.28

1.34

Dwarf Green Kangaroo Paw

Anigozanthos viridis subsp. terraspectans

Vulnerable

99.28

13.85

McCutcheon’s Grevillea

Grevillea maccutcheonii

Endangered

98.84

0.30

Gingin Wax

Chamelaucium sp. Gingin (N.G.Marchant 6)

Endangered

96.79

1.51

Royce’s Waxflower

Chamelaucium sp. C Coast Plain (R.D.Royce 4872)

Vulnerable

96.73

2.91

Narrow curved-leaf Grevillea

Grevillea curviloba
subsp. incurva


Endangered

92.02

2.84

Laterite Petrophile

Petrophile latericola

Endangered

91.7

1.06

Keighery’s Macarthuria

Macarthuria keigheryi

Endangered

89.15

3.16

Vasse Featherflower

Verticordia plumosa var. vassensis

Endangered

88.89

0.01

Slender Andersonia

Andersonia gracilis

Endangered

87.87

8.60

Wavy-leaved Smokebush

Conospermum undulatum

Vulnerable

80.2

0.64

King Spider-orchid, Grand Spider-orchid, Rusty Spider-orchid

Caladenia huegelii

Endangered

77.22

26.70

Purdie’s Donkey-orchid

Diuris purdiei

Endangered

76.19

11.14

Summer Honeypot

Banksia mimica

Endangered

75.43

1.17

Dandaragan Mallee, Mount Misery Mallee

Eucalyptus dolorosa

Endangered

71.13

4.71

Western Prickly Honeysuckle

Lambertia echinata subsp. occidentalis

Endangered

68.6

0.19

Southern Tetraria

Tetraria australiensis

Vulnerable

67.68

0.59

Ironstone Grevillea

Grevillea elongata

Vulnerable

59.68

0.15

Butterfly-leaved Gastrolobium

Gastrolobium papilio

Endangered

53.5

0.09

Badgingarra Box

Eucalyptus absita

Endangered

53.33

5.18

Dwarf Pea

Ptychosema pusillum

Vulnerable

52.26

0.37

* % of total distribution describes the proportion of the total national distribution of the threatened species that is found within the zone.

** % of zone describes the proportion of the zone that the threatened species is likely or known to occur in. The % of zone indicates how rare, or difficult the species may be to find within the zone.

The above species are listed under The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act), the Australian Government’s principal environmental legislation.

Please note that the list of threatened flora species is not comprehensive. The flora listed here have a significant proportion of their total national distribution within the zone. For more information please refer to: http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/threatened/species or the Species Profiles and Threats Database http://www.environment.gov.au/cgi-bin/sprat/public/sprat.pl


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