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5 STUDY 

TEAM 

The flora and vegetation survey for the ECU Bunbury Campus was planned

coordinated and executed by the following personnel: 

Onshore Environmental Consultants P/L 

ABN 41 095 837 120 

83 Norfolk St 

Dunsborough WA 6281 

pf 08 97 567 073 m 0427 339 842 

Email onshoreenv@westnet.com.au 

 

Project Staff 

Dr Darren Brearley 

PhD 


Project Manager 

Dr Jerome Bull 

PhD 

Senior Botanist 



 

Licences 

The field survey was conducted under the authorization of the following licence 

issued by the Department of Environment & Conservation: 

 



Darren Brearley, Onshore Environmental Consultants 

‘Licence to take flora for scientific & other prescribed purposes’ Licence No. 

SL007767 

 



Jerome Bull, Onshore Environmental Consultants 

‘Licence to take flora for scientific & other prescribed purposes’ Licence No. 

SL007739 


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APPENDIX 1 

Vegetation classification used for the flora and vegetation survey (from Muir 1977). 

LIFE FORM / HEIGHT 

Canopy Cover 

CLASS 

DENSE 

70 % - 100% 

MID DENSE 

30% - 70% 

SPARSE 

10% - 30% 

VERY SPARSE 

2% - 10% 

Trees > 30 m 

Trees 15 – 30 m 

Trees 5 – 15 m 

Trees < 5 m 

Dense Tall Forest 

Dense Forest 

Dense Low Forest A 

Dense Low Forest B 

Tall Forest 

Forest 

Low Forest A 



Low Forest B 

Tall Woodland 

Woodland 

Low Woodland A 

Low Woodland B 

Open Tall Woodland 

Open Woodland 

Open Low Woodland A 

Open Low Woodland B 

Mallee tree form 

Mallee shrub form 

Dense Tree Mallee 

Dense Shrub Mallee 

Tree Mallee 

Shrub Mallee 

Open Tree Mallee 

Open Shrub Mallee 

Very Open Tree Mallee 

Very Open Shrub Mallee 

Shrubs > 2 m 

Shrubs 1.5 – 2 m 

Shrubs 1 - 1.5 m 

Shrubs 0.5 – 1 m 

Shrubs 0 - 0.5 m 

Dense Thicket 

Dense Heath A 

Dense Heath B 

Dense Low Heath C 

Dense Low Heath D 

Thicket 


Heath A 

Heath B 


Low Heath C 

Low Heath D 

Scrub 

Low Scrub A 



Low Scrub B 

Dwarf Scrub C 

Dwarf Scrub D 

Open Scrub  

Open Low Scrub A 

Open Low Scrub B 

Open Dwarf Scrub C 

Open Dwarf Scrub D 

Mat plants 

Hummock grass 

Bunch grass > 0.5 m 

Bunch grass < 0.5 m 

Herbaceous spp. 

Dense Mat Plants 

Dense Hummock Grass 

Dense Tall Grass 

Dense Low Grass 

Dense Herbs 

Mat Plants 

Mid-Dense Hummock Grass 

Tall Grass 

Low Grass 

Herbs 

Open Mat Plants 



Hummock Grass 

Open Tall Grass 

Open Low Grass 

Open Herbs 

Very Open Mat Plants 

Open Hummock Grass 

Very Open Tall Grass 

Very Open Low Grass 

Very Open Herbs 

Sedges > 0.5 m 

Sedges < 0.5 m 

Dense Tall sedges 

Dense Low Sedges 

Tall Sedges 

Low Sedges 

Open Tall Sedges 

Open Low Sedges 

Very Open Tall Sedges 

Very Open Low Sedges 

Ferns 


Mosses, liverworts 

Dense Ferns 

Dense Mosses 

Ferns 


Mosses 

Open Ferns 

Open Mosses 

Very Open Ferns 

Very Open Mosses 


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APPENDIX 2 

Vegetation condition rating as used in Perth’s Bushplan (Environmental 

Protection Authority, 1998).   

CONDITION 

SCALE 

DESCRIPTION 

Pristine 

Pristine or nearly so, no obvious signs of disturbance.   



Excellent 2 

Vegetation 

structure 

intact, disturbance affecting individual 

species and weeds are non-aggressive species.   

Very Good 

Vegetation structure altered; obvious signs of disturbance.   



Good 

Vegetation structure significantly altered by very obvious signs 



of multiple disturbances.  Retains basic vegetation structure 

or ability to regenerate it.   

Degraded 

Basic vegetation structure severely impacted by disturbance.  



Scope for regeneration but not to a state approaching good 

condition without intensive management.   

Completely 

Degraded 

The structure of the vegetation is no longer intact and the 



area is completely or almost completely without native 

species.   



 

APPENDIX 3 

Conservation categories described under the EPBC Act.   

CATEGORY 

DESCRIPTION 

Extinct 


A species is extinct if there is no reasonable doubt that the last member 

of the species has died.   

Extinct in 

the Wild 

A species is categorised as extinct in the wild if it is only known to 

survive in cultivations, in captivity, or as a naturalised population well 

outside its past range; or if it has not been recorded in its 

known/expected habitat, at appropriate seasons, anywhere in its past 

range, despite exhaustive surveys over a time frame appropriate ti its life 

cycle and form.   

Critically 

Endangered 

The species is facing an exteremly high risk of extinction in the wild and 

in the immediate future.   

Endangered 

The species is likely to become extinct unless the circumstances and 

factors threatening its abundance, survival, or evolutionary development 

cease to operate; or its numbers have been reduced to such a critical 

level, or its habitats have been so drastically reduced, that it is in 

immediate danger of extinction.   

Vulnerable 

Within the next 25 years, the species is likely to become endangered 

unless the circumstances and factors threatening its abundance, survival 

or evolutionary development cease to operate.   

Conservation 

Dependent 

The species is the focus of a specific conservation program, the cessation 

of which would result in the species becoming vulnerable, endangered or 

critically endangered within a period of 5 years.   


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APPENDIX 4 

Conservation Codes for Western Australian Flora (see Atkins 2007).   

R:  Declared Rare Flora - Extant Taxa 

Taxa which have been adequately searched for, and are deemed to be in the wild either rare, in 

danger of extinction, or otherwise in need of special protection, and have been gazetted as such.   

1:  Priority One - Poorly Known Taxa 

Taxa which are known from one or a few (generally <5) populations which are under threat, either 

due to small population size, or being on lands under immediate threat, e.g. road verges, urban 

areas, farm land, active mineral leases, etc., or the plants are under threat, e.g. from disease, 

grazing by feral animals etc.  May include taxa with threatened populations on protected lands.  

Such taxa are under consideration for declaration as 'rare flora', but are in urgent need for further 

survey.   

2:  Priority Two - Poorly Known Taxa 

Taxa which are known from one or a few (generally <5) populations, at least some of which are 

not believed to be under immediate threat (i.e. not currently endangered).  Such taxa are under 

consideration for declaration as 'rare flora', but are in urgent need for further survey.   



3:  Priority Three - Poorly Known Taxa 

Taxa which are known from several populations, at least some of which are not believed to be 

under immediate threat (i.e. not currently endangered).  Such taxa are under consideration for 

declaration as 'rare flora', but are in urgent need for further survey.   



4:  Priority Four - Rare Taxa 

Taxa which are considered to have been adequately surveyed and which, whilst being rare (in 

Australia), are not currently threatened by any identifiable factors.  These taxa require 

monitoring every 5-10 years.   



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APPENDIX 5 

Total flora recorded within the ECU South West Campus survey area; 

September 2007.  

* alien & naturalized 



FAMILY TAXON 

COMMON 

NAME 

ALLIACEAE 



*Allium triquetrum 

Three Cornered Garlic 

 

 

 

ANTHERICACEAE 



Agrostocrinum scabrum 

Blue Grass Lily 

 

Chamaescilla corymbosa 

Blue Squill 

 

Dichopogon capillipes 

 

 



Johnsonia lupulina 

Hooded Lily 

 

Johnsonia pubescens 

Pipe Lily 

 

Sowerbaea laxiflora 

Purple Tassels 

 

Thysanotus arenarius 

 

 



Thysanotus dichotomus 

Branching Fringe Lily 

 

Thysanotus multiflorus 

Many-flowered Fringe Lily 

 

Thysanotus patersonii 

 

 



Tricoryne elatior 

Yellow Autumn Lily 

 

 

 

APIACEAE 



Centella asiatica 

 

 



Daucus glochidiatus 

Australian Carrot 

 

Hydrocotyle blepharocarpa 

 

 



Platysace tenuissima 

 

 



Xanthosia huegelii 

 

 



 

 

ARACEAE 



*Zantedeschia aethiopica  

Arum Lily 

 

 

 

ASPHODELACEAE 



*Trachyandra divaricata 

 

 



 

 

ASTERACEAE 



*Arctotheca calendula 

Cape Weed 

 

*Conyza albida 

 

 



*Cotula turbinata 

Funnel Weed 

 

*Dimorphotheca ecklonis 

 

 



*Dittrichia graveolens 

Stinkwort 

 

*Erodium botrys 

Long Storksbill 

 

*Hypochaeris glabra 

Smooth Catsear, Flatweed 

 

*Sonchus oleraceus 

Common Sowthistle 

 

*Ursinia anthemoides 

Ursinia 


 

Asteridea pulverulenta 

Common Bristle Daisy 

 

Brachyscome ciliaris 

 

 



Brachyscome iberidifolia 

 

 



Craspedia variabilis 

 

 



Lagenophora huegelii 

 

 



Olearia axillaris 

Coastal Daisy Bush 

 

Ozothamnus cordatus 

 

 



Podolepis lessonii 

 

 



Podotheca gnaphalioides 

Golden Long-heads 

 

Quinetia urvillei 

 

 



Rhodanthe citrina 

 

 



Waitzia suaveolens 

Fragrant Waitzia 

 

 

 

BRASSICACEAE 



*Brassica tournefortii 

Mediterranean Turnip 

 

 

 

CAESALPINIACEAE 



Labichea punctata 

Lance-leaved Cassia 

 

 

 


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CARYOPHYLLACEAE 

*Cerastium glomeratum 

Mouse Ear Chickweed 

 

*Petrorhagia dubia 

 

 



*Silene gallica 

French Catchfly 

 

 

 

CASUARINACEAE 



Allocasuarina fraseriana ^ 

 

 



Allocasuarina humilis 

Dwarf Sheoak 

 

 

 

CENTROLEPIDACEAE 



Centrolepis aristata 

Pointed Centrolepis 

 

Centrolepis drummondiana 

 

 



 

 

COLCHICACEAE 



Burchardia congesta 

Milkmaids 

 

Burchardia multiflora 

Dwarf Burchardia 

 

 

 

CRASSULACEAE 



*Crassula glomerata 

 

 



Crassula colorata 

Dense Stonecrop 

 

 

 

CYPERACEAE 



Baumea juncea 

Bare Twigrush 

 

Gahnia trifida 

Coast Saw-sedge 

 

Lepidosperma gracile 

Slender Sword Sedge 

 

Lepidosperma longitudinale 

Pithy Sword-sedge 

 

Lepidosperma squamatum 

 

 



Lyginia barbata 

 

 



Lyginia imberbis 

 

 



Mesomelaena tetragona 

Semaphore Sedge 

 

Schoenus efoliatus 

 

 



Tetraria octandra 

 

 



 

 

DASYPOGONACEAE 



Calectasia narragara 

 

 



Dasypogon bromeliifolius 

Pineapple Bush 

 

Lomandra caespitosa 

Tufted Mat Rush 

 

Lomandra micrantha ssp. micrantha  Small-flower Mat-rush 

 

Lomandra nigricans 

 

 

Lomandra odora 



Tiered Matrush 

 

Lomandra suaveolens 

 

 

 



 

DILLENIACEAE 



Hibbertia huegelii 

 

 



Hibbertia hypericoides 

Yellow Buttercups 

 

Hibbertia racemosa 

Stalked Guinea Flower 

 

Hibbertia stellaris 

Orange Stars 

 

Hibbertia vaginata 

 

 



 

 

DROSERACEAE 



Drosera erythrorhiza 

Drosera erythrorhiza  

 

Drosera macrantha 

Bridal Rainbow 

 

Drosera menziesii 

Pink Rainbow 

 

Drosera pallida 

Pale Rainbow 

 

Drosera stolonifera 

Leafy Sundew 

 

 

 

ELAEOCARPACEAE 



Platytheca galioides 

 

 



Tetratheca hirsuta 

Black Eyed Susan 

 

 

 

ERICACEAE 



Astroloma pallidum 

Kick Bush 

 

Conostephium pendulum 

Pearl Flower 

 

Leucopogon australis 

Spiked Beard-heath 

 

Leucopogon capitellatus 

 


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Leucopogon conostephioides 

 

 



Leucopogon propinquus 

 

 



Leucopogon racemulosus 

 

 



Leucopogon verticillatus 

Tassel Flower 

 

Lysinema ciliatum 

Curry Flower 

 

 

 

EUPHORBIACEAE 



Aphelia cyperoides 

 

 



Phyllanthus calycinus 

False Boronia 

 

Poranthera microphylla 

Small Poranthera 

 

 

 

FUMARIACEAE 



*Fumaria muralis 

Wall Fumitory 

 

 

 

GERANIACEAE 



*Erodium botrys 

Long Stork's Bill 

 

*Pelargonium littorale 

 

 



Geranium retrorsum 

 

 



Geranium solanderi 

Native Geranium 

 

 

 

GOODENIACEAE 



Dampiera linearis 

Common Dampiera 

 

Diaspasis filifolia 

Thread-leaved Diaspasis 

 

Goodenia filiformis 

Thread-leaved Goodenia 

 

Scaevola calliptera 

 

 



 

 

HAEMODORACEAE 



Anigozanthos manglesii 

Mangles Kangaroo Paw 

 

Anigozanthos viridis 

Green Kangaroo Paw 

 

Conostylis aculeata 

Prickly Conostylis 

 

Conostylis setosa 

White Cottonhead 

 

Phlebocarya ciliata 

 

 



 

 

IRIDACEAE 



*Chasmanthe floribunda 

African Cornflag 

 

*Romulea rosea var. australis 

Guildford Grass 

 

Orthrosanthus laxus 

Morning Iris 

 

Patersonia occidentalis 

Purple Flag 

 

Patersonia umbrosa ssp. xanthina 

Yellow Flags 

 

 

 

JUNCACEAE 



Juncus pallidus 

Pale Rush 

 

 

 

JUNCAGINACEAE 



Triglochin trichophora 

 

 



 

 

LAMIACEAE 



*Mentha pulegium 

Pennyroyal 

 

Hemiandra pungens 

Snakebush 

 

 

 

LAURACEAE 



Cassytha racemosa 

Dodder Laurel 

 

 

 

LOBELIACEAE 



Isotoma hypocrateriformis 

Woodbridge Poison 

 

Lobelia alata 

Angled Lobelia 

 

 

 

LOGANIACEAE 



Logania serpyllifolia  

 

 



Phyllangium paradoxum 

 

 



 

 

LORANTHACEAE 



Nuytsia floribunda 

Christmas Tree 

 

 

 

MIMOSACEAE 



Acacia applanata 

 

 



Acacia cochlearis 

Rigid Wattle 

 

Acacia cyclops 

Coastal Wattle 



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Acacia flagelliformis ^ 

 

 



Acacia longifolia 

 

 



*Acacia podalyriifolia 

 

 



Acacia pulchella 

Prickly Moses 

 

Acacia rostellifera 

Summer-scented Wattle 

 

Acacia saligna 

Acacia saligna 

 

Acacia stenoptera 

Narrow Winged Wattle 

 

 

 

MORACEAE 



*Ficus carica 

Common Fig 

 

 

 

MYOPORACEAE 



Eremophila glabra 

Tar Bush 

 

Eremophila glabra ssp. tomentosa 

 

 



 

 

MYRTACEAE 



**Calothamnus quadrifidus 

One-sided Bottlebrush 

 

**Eucalyptus caesia 

 

 



*Chamelaucium uncinatum  

Geraldton Wax 

 

*Leptospermum laevigatum 

Coast Teatree 

 

Agonis flexuosa 

Peppermint 

 

Astartea scoparia 

 

 



Baeckea camphorosmae 

Camphor Myrtle 

 

Calytrix flavescens 

Summer Starflower 

 

Corymbia calophylla 

Marri 


 

Eucalyptus gomphocephala 

Tuart 


 

Eucalyptus marginata ssp. 

marginata 

Jarrah 


 

Hypocalymma angustifolium 

White Myrtle 

 

Hypocalymma robustum 

Swan River Myrtle 

 

Kunzea ericifolia 

Spearwood 

 

Kunzea recurva 

 

 



Melaleuca incana ssp. incana 

Grey Honeymyrtle 

 

Melaleuca preissiana 

 

 



Melaleuca thymoides 

 

 



Melaleuca viminea 

Mohan 


 

Pericalymma ellipticum 

Swamp Teatree 

 

 

 

ORCHIDACEAE 



*Disa bracteata 

 

 



Caladenia flava 

Cowslip Orchid 

 

Caladenia latifolia 

Pink Fairy Orchid 

 

Caladenia sp. ‘striated green’ 

 

 



Caladenia speciosa 

 

 



Elythranthera emarginata 

Pink Enamel Orchid 

 

Microtis media 

Tall Mignonette Orchid 

 

Pterostylis pyramidalis 

Snail Orchid 

 

Pterostylis recurva 

Jug Orchid 

 

Pterostylis sp. Slender Snail Orchid 

 

 



Pterostylis vittata 

Banded Greenhood 

 

Pyrorchis nigricans 

Red Beaks 

 

 

 

OXALIDACEAE 



*Oxalis corniculata 

Yellow Wood Sorrel 

 

*Oxalis pes-caprae 

Soursob 


 

 

 

PAPILIONACEAE 



*Trifolium campestre 

Hop Clover 

 

*Trifolium glomeratum 

Cluster Clover 

 

Bossiaea eriocarpa 

Common Brown Pea 



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Chorizema diversifolium 

 

 



Daviesia decurrens? 

Prickly Bitter-pea 

 

Daviesia divaricata 

Marno  


 

Daviesia incrassata 

 

 



Daviesia physodes 

 

 



Eutaxia virgata 

 

 



Gastrolobium celsianum 

 

 



Gompholobium ovatum 

 

 



Gompholobium tomentosum 

Hairy Yellow Pea 

 

Hardenbergia comptoniana 

Native Wisteria 

 

Hovea trisperma 

Common Hovea 

 

Isotropis cuneifolia 

Granny Bonnets 

 

Jacksonia furcellata 

Grey Stinkwood 

 

Jacksonia horrida 

 

 



Kennedia coccinea 

Coral Vine 

 

Kennedia prostrata 

Scarlet runner 

 

*Lupinus cosentinii 

 

 



 

 

PHORMIACEAE 



Dianella revoluta 

Blueberry Lily 

 

 

 

PITTOSPORACEAE 



Billardiera variifolia 

 

 



 

 

POACEAE 



*Aira caryophyllea 

Silvery Hairgrass 

 

*Anthoxanthum odoratum 

Sweet Vernal Grass 

 

*Avena fatua 

Wild Oat 

 

*Briza maxima 

Blowfly Grass 

 

*Briza minor 

Shivery Grass 

 

*Bromus diandrus 

Great Brome 

 

*Cortaderia selloana 

Pampas Grass 

 

*Cynodon dactylon 

Couch  


 

*Ehrharta calycina 

Perennial Veldt Grass 

 

*Lolium rigidum 

Wimmera Ryegrass 

 

*Vulpia bromoides 

Squirrel Tail Fescue 

 

Austrostipa sp. 

 

 



Tetrarrhena laevis 

Forrest Ryegrass 

 

 

 

POLYGALACEAE 



Comesperma confertum 

 

 



 

 

PRIMULACEAE 



*Anagallis arvensis 

Pimpernel 

 

 

 

PROTEACEAE 



Adenanthos meisneri 

 

 



Adenanthos obovatus 

 

 



Banksia attenuata 

Slender Banksia 

 

Banksia grandis 

Bull Banksia 

 

Banksia ilicifolia ^ 

Holly leaved Banksia 

 

Banksia littoralis 

Swamp Banksia 

 

Conospermum boreale ^ 

 

 



Dryandra lindleyana 

Couch Honeypot 

 

Grevillea manglesioides 

 

 



Hakea trifurcata 

Two-leaf Hakea 

 

Hakea varia 

Variable-leaved Hakea 

 

Persoonia saccata 

Snottygobble 

 

Persoonia longifolia 

Snottygobble 

 

Petrophile linearis 

Pixie Mops 



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Stirlingia latifolia 

Blueboy 


 

Synaphea spinulosa 

 

 



Xylomelum occidentale 

Woody Pear 

 

 

 

RANUNCULACEAE 



Clematis pubescens 

Common Clematis 

 

 

 

RESTIONACEAE 



Desmocladus fasciculatus  

 

 



Hypolaena exsulca 

 

 



Loxocarya cinerea 

 

 



 

 

RHAMNACEAE 



Cryptandra arbutiflora 

Waxy Cryptandra 

 

Spyridium globulosum 

Basket Bush 

 

Trymalium ledifolium var. 

rosmarinifolium 

 

 



 

 

RUBIACEAE 



Opercularia echinocephala 

Bristly Headed Stink Weed 

 

Opercularia hispidula 

Hispid Stink Weed 

 

Opercularia vaginata 

Dogweed 


 

 

 

RUTACEAE 



Boronia dichotoma 

 

 



Diplolaena dampieri 

Southern Diplolaena 

 

Philotheca spicata 

Pepper and Salt 

 

 

 

SOLANACEAE 



*Solanum nigrum 

Black Berry Nightshade 

 

 

 

STACKHOUSIACEAE 



Stackhousia monogyna 

 

 



 

 

STYLIDIACEAE 



Stylidium brunonianum 

Pink Fountain Triggerplant 

 

Stylidium calcaratum 

Book Triggerplant 

 

Stylidium junceum? 

Reed Triggerplant 

 

Stylidium piliferum 

Common Butterfly 

Triggerplant 

 

Stylidium violaceum? 

Violet Triggerplant 

 

 

 

THYMELAEACEAE 



Pimelea imbricata ^ 

 

 



Pimelea rosea ssp. rosea 

Rose Banjine 

 

 

 

TYPHACEAE 



*Typha orientalis 

Bulrush 


 

 

 

VIOLACEAE 



Hybanthus calycinus 

Wild Violet 

 

 

 

XANTHORRHOEACEA





Xanthorrhoea gracilis 

Graceful Grass Tree 

 

Xanthorrhoea preissii 

Grass tree 

 

 

 

ZAMIACEAE 



Macrozamia riedlei 

Zamia 

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