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APPENDIX 1



Vascular Plants recorded in Occurrence 1 (DEP 1996, Ecoscape 2004, L. Sage unpublished data)




Taxon

Status













Aizoaceae




*

Carpobrotus edulis
















Asphodelaceae




*

Asphodelus fistulosus







Bulbine semibarbata
















Asteraceae

Agrostis capillaris




*

Arctotheca calendula

Brachyscome iberidifolia







Cotula australis







Cotula coronopifolia




*

Hypochaeris glabra







Myriocephalus helichrysoides

Podolepis gracilis

Podotheca gnaphaliodes







Rhodanthe manglesii




*

Ursinia anthemoides
















Callitrichaceae




*

Callitriche stagnalis
















Caryophyllaceae




*

Silene gallica




*

Spergula arvensis
















Centrolepidaceae







Centrolepis aristata







Centrolepis glabra
















Crassulaceae




*

Crassula alata var. alata







Crassula ?decumbens




*

Crassula natans
















Cyperaceae




*

Cyperus tenellus




*

Isolepis marginata







Schoenus odontocarpus
















Dilleniaceae







Hibbertia racemosa
















Droseraceae







Drosera rosulata
















Geraniaceae




*

Geranium molle

Goodeniaceae

Goodenia micrantha

Dampiera coronata
















Haemodoraceae







Haemodorum laxum







Haemodorum simplex







Tribonanthes australis
















Haloragaceae







Haloragis tenuifolia

Haloragis brownii

P3













Hydatellaceae







Trithuria bibracteata
















Iridaceae




*

Hesperantha falcata




*

Romulea rosea




*

Sparaxis bulbifera
















Juncaceae




*

Juncus bufonius







Juncus holoschoenus
















Juncaginaceae







Triglochin centrocarpa
















Lentibulariaceae







Utricularia multifida
















Lobeliaceae




*

Monopsis ?debilis
















Loranthaceae







Nuytsia floribunda
















Marsileaceae







Pilularia novae-hollandiae
















Menyanthaceae







Villarsia capitata
















Mimosaceae







Acacia saligna
















Myrtaceae







Kunzea aff. recurva







Melaleuca viminea ssp. viminea







Verticordia densiflora var. densiflora
















Orchidaceae

Prasophyllum sp.







Thelymitra antennifera
















Papilionaceae







Isotropis cuneifolia subsp. glabra

P2




Jacksonia furcellata







Ornithopus sp.




*

Trifolium angustifolium




*

Trifolium campestre




*

Trifolium dubium
















Poaceae







Aira cupaniana

Amphibromus nervosus




*

Briza maxima




*

Briza minima




*

Ehrharta longiflora




*

Vulpia bromoides
















Proteaceae







Dryandra sessilis var. sessilis







Grevillea curviloba var. incurva

DRF




Grevillea obtusifolia

P1




Hakea varia
















Scrophulariaceae







Glossostigma drummondii
















Stylidiaceae







Stylidium ecorne

Stylidium inundatum

Levenhookia leptantha



* Introduced



GLOSSARY

Alluvial: made up of sediments deposited by flowing water

Fluviatile: found in or near rivers

Marl: compact impure limestone

Solonchak: pale saline soils typical of certain poorly drained semi-arid regions

Solonetzic: dark alkaline soils formed from solonchak by leaching


STATUS OF FLORA TAXA (Atkins 2005)
Declared Rare Flora (DRF) ‘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 pursuant to the Wildlife Conservation Act 1950.’
Priority 1 (P1) ‘taxa which are known from one or a few populations which are under threat.’
Priority 2 (P2) ‘taxa which are known from one or a few populations, at least some of which are not believed to be under immediate threat.’
Priority 3 (P3) ‘taxa which are known from several populations, at least some of which are not believed to be under immediate threat.’


1 Henry Smolinsky, Department of Agriculture

2 Andrew Brown, Threatened Flora Coordinator, DEC Species and Communities Branch

3 Gregory Keighery, Senior Principal Research Scientist, DEC Science Division

4 Bronwen Keighery, Department of Environment

5 Leigh Sage, DEC Swan Coastal District

6 John Blyth, previously DEC, Wildlife Research Centre, Woodvale

7 Neil Gibson, DEC Wildlife Research Centre, Woodvale



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